An activist who bragged about disrupting multiple Donald Trump campaign events in a recent Project Veritas video was on Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign payroll, a search of Federal Election Commission (FEC) records reveals.
In a Veritas video released Monday, filmmaker and provocateur James O’Keefe recounts meeting activist Zulema Rodriguez at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. In the video, Rodriguez takes credit for violent protests in Chicago that forced Trump to cancel a March rally.
Notably, a search of FEC records
reveals that Rodriguez was paid by the Clinton campaign shortly before
she disrupted the Chicago rally. The campaign paid her $1,610.34 as a
“payroll” expense, and also gave her a $30 payment that is described
only as “phone.”
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Convicted felon Bob Creamer, the Alinskyite agitator husband of Illinois Socialist Democrat Rep. Jan Schakowsky, is stepping away from his duties with the Clinton campaign because he doesn't want to be "a distraction in the important task of electing Hillary Clinton."
Yesterday, Scott Foval, the former national field director for Americans United for Change, was fired from that organization. Foval can be seen in the first video bragging about paying homeless and mentally ill individuals to cause disruptions at political events, and explaining how Democrats have been committing voter fraud on a massive scale for 50 years in the second video.
A key operative in a Democratic scheme to send agitators to cause unrest at Donald Trump’s rallies has visited the White House 342 times since 2009, White House records show.
Robert Creamer, who acted as a middle man between the Clinton campaign, the Democratic National Committee and “protesters” who tried — and succeeded — to provoke violence at Trump rallies met with President Obama 47 times, according to White House records. Creamer’s last visit was in June 2016.
So next time some Evil Party apologist starts screaming about 'non-existent vote fraud' and such, slap them with some of this.