We knew it all along.
It would only be a matter of time until the Democratic National Committee and the Hillary Clinton campaign would be in the hot seat.
James O’Keefe with Project Veritas have filed an official complaint with the Federal Election Commission. Yes, it’s getting real.
This development comes after O’Keefe released two videos “which expose apparently illicit actions by a group of political actors associated with the Clinton campaign, the DNC, and the White House.”
And by “illegal”, O’Keefe is referring to the DNC hiring Clinton supporters to protest Trump rallies and create “anarchy”.
According to Breitbart:
The establishment media was forced to cover O’Keefe’s videos after one subject, Robert Creamer, announced he would quit working for the DNC. This break came a day after the first video release prompted another subject, Scott Foval, to leave his job with another Democratic political group, Americans United for Change…
…Scott Foval of AUFC on 09/15/16 “So, I’ll give an example. In Iowa. Progress Iowa has a built-in group of people that they can message, who will show up. But what they will not do, is do that unless someone is paying them on the proiect. Because there’s staff time involved, there’s transportation involved, there’s food, lodging, training, whatever, involved….
….SCOTT FOVAL : We have to be really careful. Um, because, what we don’t need is for it to show up on CNN that the DNC paid for ‘X’ people to … that’s not gonna happen. We need to keep it, you know, I hate to use the Beyonce term, “partition,” but we need to keep the partition.
O’Keefe also highlights the DNC hiring people to aggressively bird dog Trump rallies. ” ‘Bird dog’ is a term used by the group to describe face-to-face pressure on GOP supporters. Foval emphasizes that the goal of ‘bird-dogging’ is to create a sense of ‘anarchy’ around Trump.”
The establishment media curates and censors stories, creating multiple illusions for millions of Americans believe.
The DNC pays thousands to create false narratives.
Who and what can we trust?
Certainly not the shiny veneer of the Democratic party.
Source: The Federalist Papers