Top Democrats have been caught planting “mentally ill” and “homeless” agitators at Trump rallies, instructing them to incite violence.
More Democratic heads are rolling as the dirtiest political campaign in history continues catching up with the ruling party.
Two top DNC strategists caught discussing voter fraud and their roles in planting paid agitators at rallies for Republican candidate Donald Trump have been removed from the campaign as the party reels from one PR disaster to another.
The two Democrat strategists – Robert Creamer and Scott Foval – were caught on video talking about “busing people in from interstate” and paying “mentally ill” and “homeless” agitators to spark violence at Trump rallies.
These violent events would then be used by the DNC, in collusion with mainstream media, to smear Trump supporters as violent. The same tactic was used against Bernie Sanders supporters, smeared as violent “Bernie Bros,” during the primaries.
Trump, who has long complained of a “rigged” election system, said at a Tuesday rally in Colorado that the video released by the group Project Veritas Action confirmed his suspicions of Democrat-sponsored political fraud.
The Washington Times reports: The two 16-minute videos were released Monday and Tuesday after a yearlong undercover investigation headed by Project Veritas’ James O’Keefe, known for his hidden-camera probes into Planned Parenthood, ACORN and voter fraud.
Mr. O’Keefe said the investigation reveals “compelling evidence of a dark-money conspiracy” and that he would continue to release videos as part of a series titled “Rigging the Election” until voters go to the polls on Nov. 8.
The first video shows Democratic strategists discussing how they hire agitators — including union members, homeless people and the mentally ill — to incite violence by provoking Trump supporters on camera at campaign stops.
“We’ve been busing people in to deal with you f–ing assholes for 50 years”
Project Veritas released a second video Tuesday showing Mr. Foval brainstorming over ways to commit voter fraud, such as by busing people from one state to another, while appearing to indicate that it had already been done in Iowa.
“It’s a pretty easy thing for Republicans to say, ‘Well, they’re busing people in,’” Mr. Foval said. “Well, you know what? We’ve been busing people in to deal with you f–ing assholes for 50 years, and we’re not going to stop now. We’re just going to find a different way to do it. So, I mean I grew up with that idea. They used to bus people out to Iowa. If they needed people, there we’d bus people out to Iowa.”
The same video shows Mr. Creamer discussing a proposal by a Project Veritas investigator to register people to vote illegally by setting up a shell corporation.
“I’m going to write down these options,” Mr. Creamer said. “Let me see if I can chat with the people who are most involved in Hispanic voter registration.
“The media will cover it”
Mr. Foval, who has worked for the George Soros-funded People for the American Way, said his paid agitators fueled a Chicago protest in March that forced the Trump campaign to cancel its event.
“They’re starting confrontations in the line, right?” said Mr. Foval. “They’re not starting confrontations in the rally. Because once they’re inside the rally, they’re under Secret Service’s control. When they’re outside the rally, the media will cover it no matter where it happens. The key is initiating the conflict by having leading conversations with people who are naturally psychotic.”
Inciting Trump supporters was easy, he said.
“I mean, honestly, it’s not hard to get some of these assholes to pop off,” Mr. Foval said. “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 message to draw them out and draw them to punch you.”
A Hillary Clinton campaign bus was filmed dumping human waste onto a public street in Georgia between campaign stops on Tuesday
After being caught they claimed they “were unaware” that they were not supposed to.
The DNC apologized for the incident and a hazmat crew was sent to clean up their filth.
The Hill reports:
Police in Lawrenceville, Ga., are investigating whether a Hillary Clinton campaign bus illegally dumped human waste there, according to multiple reports.
The incident occurred on Grayson Highway early Tuesday, while the vehicle promoting the Democratic presidential nominee was between campaign stops, CBS 46 News said.
CBS 46 News reported that a Lawrenceville businessman took several photos of the Clinton campaign’s “Forward Together” tour bus dumping waste into a storm drain. The man’s pictures showed liquid seeping out from underneath the Clinton bus.
Police responding to the scene found scattered toilet paper and a foul smell.
WSB-TV 2 News added that an employee at O’Reilly Auto Parts along Grayson Highway also observed someone from the bus dumping raw sewage nearby.
Gwinnett County hazmat units have since cleaned up the mess, and CBS 46 News reported that the Gwinnett County Stormwater Management and the State Environment Protection Department are now involved in the investigation.
The DNC apologized for the incident on Tuesday.
“This was an honest mistake and we apologize to the Lawrenceville community for any harm we may have caused,” a DNC spokesperson told WSB-TV 2 News.
“We were unaware of any possible violations and have already taken corrective action with the charter bus company to prevent this from happening again,” they added.
American officials have warned that ISIS may resort to launching chemical attacks in the battle to hold its grip on Iraq’s second largest city, Mosul.
Multiple US sources told Reuters that attacks involving chemical agents are possible given the terror group’s previous record.
It has also been previously reported that British infantry and SAS troops had been deployed to Mosul and were kitted out with chemical warfare equipment ahead of the assault.
Press TV reports:
Tuesday marked the second day of military operations by the Iraqi army, volunteer Shia and Sunni fighters as well as Kurdish Peshmerga forces to liberate the city of Mosul, the last stronghold of Daesh Takfiri terrorists in Iraq, which they overran in June 2014.
US forces are also taking part in the operation, where they remain in the “harm’s way,” as put by Pentagon Press Secretary Peter Cook on Monday.
The unnamed US officials cautioned of possible use of chemical weapons by Daesh, yet arguing that the group has limited capability in this regard.
“Given ISIL’s reprehensible behavior and flagrant disregard for international standards and norms, this event is not surprising,” one official told Reuters.
The official added that the US forces found a sulfur mustard agent on Daesh munitions fragments on October 5.
According to the US officials, The Takfiri group has so far failed to reach the know-how to build chemical weapons with significantly lethal effects.
The remarks came one day after the Iraqi forces launched the long-anticipated battle.
Out of the 5,000 American military forces present in Iraq, more than 100 of them are taking part in the operation supposedly as advisors.
Thousands of Iraqis surrounded the Turkish embassy in Baghdad on Tuesday to protest the continued presence of Turkish troops in their country.
The Protesters demanded that Ankara withdraw from a base near the city of Mosul, in line with repeated requests by the Iraqi government.
Turkey has stated its intention to take part in the ongoing battle for the ISIS stronghold in the city of Mosul
On Monday President Recep Tayyip Erdogan cited the Misak-i Milli as part of their determination to be involved in the fighting. The early 20th-century document says the Iraqi city of Mosul is on Turkish soil.
“Get out occupier!” shouted members of the crowd, many of whom were adherents of powerful Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, a particularly vociferous opponent of Sunni Turkey. “Fight terrorism in your own country,” read a placard held up by one of the protesters.
“We condemn Turkish interference in Iraqi affairs. No one should trespass and occupy Iraqi soil,” said a representative of al Sadr, AP reports.
A contingent of Turkish troops and a tank battalion have been stationed in the Iraqi settlement of Bashiqa since March of 2015 – purportedly to train local troops to fight Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL). Turkish media say there may currently be up to 700 Turkish nationals at the base, and Ankara says that 3,000 Iraqi fighters trained there are taking part in the fierce fighting to retake Mosul from IS, which has held it since June of 2014.
Iraq has repeatedly asked Turkey to withdraw its troops, claiming the deployment is a breach of its sovereignty, and government figures have regularly participated in protest rallies scheduled outside the Turkish mission in Baghdad.
A delegation was sent from Ankara to try to negotiate the status of the base on Monday, but the following day Iraqi media reported that the talks hadn’t borne fruit.
Meanwhile, an incensed Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi warned Turkey that taking part in the battle for Mosul, the country’s second-largest city, would be a “fatal mistake.”
“The entry of the Turkish forces into Iraq will not be a picnic,” al-Abadi told assembled foreign ambassadors in a statement.
On Tuesday, Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim claimed that Turkish warplanes were already bombing IS targets inside Mosul, though later seemed to go back on his comments, clarifying that Turkey’s air force would participate in the strikes as part of the international coalition “in principle.”
Regardless of whether Turkey is already taking part in the battle or not, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has no plans to back down.
“What do they say? Turkey shouldn’t enter Mosul. Why can’t we enter? We have a 350-kilometer border [with Iraq]. Others who have nothing to do with the region are entering it,” Erdogan said on Monday.
“We will not be responsible for the negative consequences that will emerge from any operation that doesn’t include Turkey. We will be involved both in the operation and at the [negotiating] table afterward. It is not possible for us to stay excluded,” he stressed.
Turkey’s anxiety about its role in the re-capture of Mosul goes beyond its desire to take credit for defeating Islamic State.
Ankara is alarmed about the leading role being played by Kurdish Peshmerga fighters, who are spearheading the new offensive, and worried that battlefield successes may allow them to make stronger case for statehood – a prospect that Erdogan has categorically rejected.
Turkish diplomats have also expressed worries about the treatment of Sunnis – a majority in Mosul – if the city is entered by the predominantly Shia forces of the Iraqi army and militias. Turkish analysts have also claimed that a Shia-led victory in Mosul will give a stronger hand to regional rival Iran.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton wants to strip parent’s rights to choose and make child vaccinations mandatory.
She is a big government statist and she will use the power of her office to further impose medical mandates on a people who were supposed to have the freedom to choose for themselves what treatments they do or don’t want.
Natural News reports:
As far back as 1993, for instance – when Clinton was first lady and pushing for an earlier version of Obamacare (again under the guise of “health care reform”) – two programs she backed were the Childhood Immunization Initiative and Vaccines for Children.
Now, it wouldn’t be Hillary if her position hadn’t changed over the years, largely due to the whims of donors of course. In 2008, for instance, during her first presidential campaign, she alluded to research that established a link between vaccines and higher rates of autism in children. “I am committed to make investments to find the causes of autism, including environmental causes like vaccines [my emphasis]… We don’t know what, if any, kind of link there is between vaccines and autism – but we should find out,” she said.
Change of heart, thanks to Big Pharma’s money
By February 2015, as she was ramping up her current presidential bid, she Twitter-trolled some Republican presidential candidates after the link between vaccines and autism came up during an early GOP debates, in which a few of the candidates – including Trump – voiced concern and expressed caution about the efficacy of vaccinating kids with a high number all at once. After the debate Clinton tweeted, “The science is clear: The earth is round, the sky is blue and #vaccineswork. Let’s protect our kids.”
Obviously that is not what she was touting in 2008, but in addition to that fact, her position now is a chilling reminder that she doesn’t appear interested in offering parents a vaccine choice. Coupled with the fact that she is the number one recipient of Big Pharma donations this election cycle, her opinion now appears solidly in the camp of the pharmaceutical industry, now that the industry is helping her campaign pay its bills. That will be another slap at the personal choice and health freedom of American parents. She could even push for a vaccine mandate, like the one recently passed in California.
Indeed, in September we reported on a new CDC plan to essentially detain people and vaccinate them against their will. This plan would no doubt get the support of Hillary should she become president, as she is a big government statist who believes in the power of government, not empowering individuals, as she has spent her entire professional life expanding it in any way she could.
Big government statist who loves mandates
It all makes perfect sense when you examine not what she says, per se, but what her donors in Big Pharma want and what her record shows as first lady, a U.S. senator and as the most corrupt secretary of state in one of the most corrupt presidential administrations in the history of the country.
Clinton doesn’t favor returning power to states, communities or individuals. On the campaign trail all she talks about is how she wants to use the power of government to force people to do certain things, to take away rights, and to empower government bureaucrats to further micromanage our lives. She doesn’t want to repeal Obamacare, the worst health care legislation in decades, and in fact reveals on her campaign web site, that as president she plans to double down on “expanding healthcare coverage” – like Obamacare did, by forcing Americans to pay for a product or service for the first time ever. And the product we got was more expensive, came with less choice and has not lowered healthcare costs in general, all things Obama (and Hillary) promised would happen.
Hillary Clinton is a big government statist that will use the power of her office to further impose medical mandates and vaccine madness on a people who were supposed to have the freedom to choose for themselves what treatments they want and don’t want.
Tanden tried to push attacks on ex-NAACP head Ben Jealous
Center for American Progress President Neera Tanden mocked and plotted attacks against the former president of the NAACP after he endorsed Bernie Sanders over Hillary Clinton.
Hacked emails sent to Clinton Campaign Chairman John Podesta reveal that Tanden wanted to attack former NAACP CEO Ben Jealous for his work for Kapor Capital, an investment fund dedicated to helping start-up tech companies owned by women and minorities. She also mocked the “puritanical” beliefs of Sanders supporters.
“If he does endorse Bernie, this is the firm he’s part of today. It’s a VC. As they go, not so bad, but still may not be fit the puritanical standards of the Bernistas,” in a Feb. 3 email.
The email marked a departure from the conciliatory approach and seemingly friendly relationship between Tanden and Jealous. Jealous reached out to the liberal activist in March 2015 asking to consult with her about a potential Senate run in his native Maryland. When Podesta first got word of Jealous’ potential Sanders endorsement he asked Tanden to reach out to woo him to the Clinton camp.
“Ben Jealous Is getting ready to endorse Bernie. Can you do an intervention?” Podesta asked Tanden on Jan. 28.
“Why would he do that? i’m happy to reach out to him. Not sure he will care, but happy to try,” Tanden replied.
Jealous endorsed Sanders on Feb. 4 and was a surrogate for him to minority groups throughout the primary. He criticized Clinton for her support of the death penalty and the crime bill that was signed by Bill Clinton. Jealous told MSNBC host Rachel Maddow on Feb. 22 that the Clinton campaign was taking “the black vote for granted” and that her rhetoric about “super predators” was a “violation of psychology.”
“I find it offensive, quite frankly, when you see so many Hillary surrogates sort of implying they could take the black vote for granted,” he said. “Bernie Sanders has been very consistent in fighting racism, in fighting stupid wars, Vietnam or Iraq, he has been very consistent in fighting greed. When you take those with Hillary, it just gets confusing, confusing.”
That same day Tanden mocked Jealous for his support of Sanders and his role in minority outreach.
“I know there are a million reasons to desperately want Hillary to win, but Ben Jealous feeling that he has no power is a particularly good one,” she told Podesta.
Tanden also used conversations with Jealous to supply talking points and debate tips to the Clinton campaign. She called on Clinton in March to cut ties with Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who served as a top presidential adviser to Bill Clinton, after several police shooting scandals rocked the city.
“I got into it w Ben jealous last night and he was all obsessed w how Hillary hasn’t condemned Rahm. I’m sure you guys are all over this for the debate but just thought I’d send in that they may well go there for the debate,” she said. “My rec is to separate big time.”
Jealous declined to comment for the story. Tanden did not return request for comment.
Multiple defense and national security agencies have accused “Russia’s senior-most officials” of hacking and leaking emails posted to Wikileaks to influence the 2016 election.