Hillary Clinton Approved Disruptive Tactics Personally

As if the leaked emails revealing the corruption that is part of everything Hillary touches aren’t enough, James O’Keefe has provided an amazing window into the otherwise hidden actions of the Clinton campaign.

Given Hillary’s well-documented temper, it must be very ugly around Clinton headquarters as Mr. O’Keefe releases yet another video.  Not only does it reveal actions by the Clinton campaign to rig the election, but is confirms that Hillary was personally involved in making these decisions.

First, the background:

Last week, O’Keefe produced video showing Creamer, the co-founder of the Democracy Partners consulting group, and his colleague, Scott Foval, discussing their past and present efforts to incite violence at Donald Trump rallies and other events.

The stated goal was to create “anarchy” around Trump, presumably to make him less appealing to American voters. Foval described Democracy Partners as a contractor for the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee.

Now, on to the newest release from Mr. O’Keefe documenting Hillary’s personal involvement:

Now, however, O’Keefe and Project Veritas have released video of Creamer claiming that Clinton directly approved one of his more bizarre plans — an effort to attract media attention and incite violence by dressing an activist in a Donald Duck costume and sending that activist into Trump events, emphasizing the argument that Trump was “ducking” releasing his tax returns.

This Creamer guy gets around — at least when it comes to centers of power within the Democratic Party.

Creamer has also been closely linked with the White House and with President Barack Obama himself. He is listed as having visited the White House some 342 times since Obama took office, 47 of which were with Obama himself.

A criminal conspiracy to rig the vote by inciting violence.  The more you dig into the worlds of Clinton and Obama, the uglier it gets.

Source:  Breitbart



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