“Donald Trump Campaign Contractors Confess Election Fraud!”
Would national news organizations withhold such a headline if there’s video evidence?
Would it be ignored by major media if two employees of groups working for Trump resigned after these videos hit the internet?
If Trump is accused of making rude comments to a woman involved with a drug cartel boss, accused of driving a boyfriend hitman’s getaway car, threatening the life of a judge and having sex on live TV, which of these activities would make the news: the rude comments or the incredible behavior of the former Miss Universe?
Obviously, Trump’s rude comments. Never mind the behavior of this woman Hillary chose to be a political surrogate. We’ll just ignore Hillary’s competency at recruiting admirable spokespeople.
Trump is a rude, crude misogynist. That’s still no excuse for the mainstream media to ignore Team Hillary leaders at Democracy Partners and Americans United for Change who are on video describing how they commit voter fraud and instigate violence at Trump rallies.
We hear talk about voter fraud and then let the conversation float away like an ebbing tide. When you hear a Hillary campaign leader describe how he arranges for people to cross state lines to vote illegally, does it pique your interest just a bit?
Do you think it would make for an interesting news story to learn that political operatives then have the “employees” use their own personal cars or drive cars rented by the fake company because using a bus could make it easier to prosecute this voter fraud by a State Attorney General?
The best part for the news reporters is that the names of these Hillary campaign operatives are already known and their words are recorded on hidden video, in much the same manner as 60 Minutes on CBS used to bust crooked operations.
Now that key leaders at both Democracy Partners and Americans United for Change have resigned due to their exposure in alleged criminal activity by Project Veritas, the story is even more attractive as political news.
Still, James O’Keefe of Project Veritas has a mixed record with the press and the Democrats maintain an offensive posture against his operation, often calling his reporting “heavily edited.”
That’s a misleading term, as even a news story about a car crash will be “heavily edited.”
They key is whether or not the video is edited to change the meaning of the content. In the context of these videos, it would be a gargantuan task to create such editing.
These political operatives make it absolutely certain that they know what they are doing is illegal, that the Clinton Campaign knows exactly what they’re doing and they do it in such a way as to provide “plausible deniability.”
Then, there’s the hidden video of Scott Foval, National Field Director for Americans United for Change.
Foval makes it perfectly clear who he’s working for.
“We are contracted directly with the DNC and the campaign both,” Foval says. “There’s a script of engagement.”
“Sometimes the crazies bite and sometimes the crazies don’t bite,” Foval continues. “The key is initiating the conflict by having leading conversations with people who are naturally psychotic. I mean, honestly, it’s not hard to get some of these ... to pop, off. It’s a matter of showing up, to want to get into the rally, in a Planned Parenthood t-shirt. Or, Trump is a Nazi, you know... you can.... draw them to punch you.”
Foval explains that his organization has a centralized training program for violent agitators and were proudly responsible for the bloodshed at the Chicago Trump Rally riot.
No matter how it’s edited, these sentences say it all.
Connecting the dots from the Wikileaks emails and the videos, the sequence of events is this: get Hillary’s friends in the media to popularize Trump, pump him up, tear him down with violent agitators at his rallies and move illegal voters across state lines to vote for Hillary.
Too bad Trump’s inability to articulate this in debates and then his own behavior aids and abets Hillary’s criminal campaign and her media cohorts.
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