According to an investigation by Project Veritas, numerous disruptions and disturbances at Donald Trump rallies, including violent outbreaks, have been carried out by an organization that receives funding and marching orders from Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
The undercover investigatory group, led by James O’Keefe, this year infiltrated an organization known as Americans United for Change, where it recorded Scott Foval, National Field Director as revealing that the organization contracts “directly with the DNC and the (Clinton) campaign both.”
Speaking to an undercover reporter, Foval said funding for the “conflict engagement” that are the group’s hallmark takes a circuitous, if not illegal, route.
“The (Clinton) campaign pays DNC, DNC pays Democracy Partners, Democracy Partners pays the Foval Group, The Foval Group goes and executes the s***… …Democracy Partners is the tip of the spear on that stuff,” he said.
Foval then explained the reason for this roundabout process is so those at the top “can plausibly deny that they knew anything about it.”
“The campaigns and DNC cannot go near [Super PAC] Priorities, but I guaran-d**n-tee you that the people who run the Super PACs all talk to each other and we and a few other people are the hubs of that communication,” he added.
Foval was not shy about touting his successes, and noted that the goal of planting activists at Trump events is to spur Trump’s supporters into reacting.
Last month, Shirley Teeter, 69, made headlines with claims she was punched in the face at a Trump rally.
“She was one of our activists,” Foval said.
One of Foval’s lieutenants, Aaron Black, called himself “deputy rapid response director for the DNC for all things Trump on the ground,” adding that, “nobody is really supposed to know about me.”
However, he wanted to acknowledge his work.
“So the Chicago protest when they shut all that, that was us,” he said on the video.
Zulema Rodriguez, who works in the office, appears on the video to also claim credit for the violent protest that prevented the Chicago Trump rally from taking place.
Foval said in the video that he relies on partners to get his work done.
“When I need to get something done in Arkansas, the first guy I call is the head of the AFL-CIO down there, because he will say, ‘What do you need?’ And I will say, I need a guy who will do this, this and this. And they find that guy. And that guy will be like, ‘Hell yeah, let’s do it.’”