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Schakowsky Husband in Plan to Incite Violence at Trump Events

Real Clear Politics 17 October 2016 7 Comments

A new video investigation released Monday by James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas Action shows how Democratic-aligned organizations used a tactic called ‘bird-dogging’ to incite violence and chaos at Trump rallies for media consumption. A key Clinton operative is captured on camera saying, “It doesn’t matter what the friggin’ legal and ethics people say, we need to win this m*th**f***er.”

In the video, Democratic activists Robert Creamer and Scott Foval reveal their strategy to create a sense of “anarchy” in and around Donald Trump events over the course of the campaign. Foval tells an undercover operative: “One of the things we do is we stage very authentic grassroots protests right in their faces at their own events. Like, we infiltrate.”

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  • Carpe Diem said:

    A significant portion of the videotape seems to have been recorded in Wisconsin where efforts have been undertaken to undermine and delegitimatize Governor Scott Walker.

    The scatological language captured on the videotape reveals what the activists really think of the good people of Iowa and Wisconsin and how they exploit the homeless and mentally challenged.

  • Kravitz said:

    Is any of this a violation of Creamer’s parole? Can he be sent back to jail for fomenting violence like this, particularly that BS at the UIC rally?

  • Lucy said:

    Who are these people, who, in their massive arrogance assume they have the right to rule over the rest of us??

  • Schakowsky Husband in Plot to Disrupt Trump Rallies | Be John Galt said:

    […] Read more including the O’Keefe Video […]

  • bc3b said:

    Robert Creamer is the husband of Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-Chicago) and a convicted felon.


  • Where's the Outrage? said:

    An associate of President Obama, the spouse of a Chicago area Congresswoman (Jan Schakowsky), an ex-felon, and a strategist in the creation and passage of the Unaffordable Care Act, Robert Creamer, is up to his eyes in this scandal, but the Chicago media is strangely silent.

    Move along folks, nothing to see here.

  • Terry P. said:

    I was hoping to see a headline in the Tribune or Sun-Times along the lines of: “Mr. Jan Schakowsky Brags About Attacking Trump Rallies.” Then I remembered–they help cover up for these two…

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