Ironically, the mainstream media is still refusing to play the Project Veritas videos claiming that their authenticity needs to first be verified. Perhaps we could suggest that two people being fired from their respective employers is sufficient evidence to suggest that, at least in the minds of the people closest to the situation, the videos are, in fact, legitimate...just a thought.
Below is what we wrote earlier today:
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Yesterday we noted the release of Part 1 of a multi-part video series created by Project Veritas revealing some of the dirty, behind-the-scenes secrets of the democratic party. Part 1 was dedicated to uncovering plots by democratic operatives to incite violence at Trump rallies, a strategy they referred to as "bird dogging" (we provided a full summary here: "Undercover Footage Shows Clinton Operatives Admit To Inciting "Anarchy" At Trump Rallies").
It didn't take long for yesterday's video to claim it's first casualty as Scott Foval, the National Field Director for Americans United for Change, was fired shortly after the video's release. Foval's former employer released the following statement:
"Americans United for Change has always operated according to the highest ethical standards. Scott Foval is no longer associated with Americans United for Change."
That said, perhaps the more disturbing revelation from the first video was that one agitator, Zulema Rodriguez, who admitted to inciting "violent protests" that forced Trump to cancel a Chicago rally back in March, was paid directly by the Hillary campaign just a few weeks before that event. In fact, according to data from the Federal Election Commission, Zulema has been collecting fees from a lot of political organizations recently...turns out that picking fights at Republican rallies is a lucrative business...who knew?
And now we have Part II of the series in which O'Keefe reveals how people, like Foval, successfully organize massive voter fraud in key swing states. Among other things, Foval goes into great details about how fraudulent out-of-state voters are hired on at fake "shell companies" just so they can register to vote and are then paid for their votes through "paychecks" from those same entities. Foval goes on to detail how the operatives bring people in to different states, using their own personal vehicles or by having shell companies rent vehicles, instead of using busses which would make it easier to prove a conspiracy.
“It’s a very easy thing for Republicans to say, “Well, they’re bussing people in.” Well, you know what? We’ve been bussing people in to deal with you fucking assholes for fifty years and we’re not going to stop now, we’re just going to find a different way to do it."
“When I do this I think as an investigator first – I used to do the investigations. I think backwards from how they would prosecute, if they could, and then try to build out the method to avoid that.”
Per Planet Free Will, the video also features Bob Creamer, a fraudster who served time for a $2.3mm bank fraud in relation to his operation of "community organizing" groups in the 90s. Creamer is also the founder of Democracy Partners and husband of Democrat congresswoman Jan Schakowsky. The undercover journalist details a plan to register Hispanic voters illegally having them work as contractors, to which Creamer replies that “there are a couple of organizations that that’s their big trick,” and that “turnout is huge, huge, huge.”