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UNDERCOVER VIDEO: Hillary Clinton Personally Directed Plan to Incite of Violence at Trump Rallies

Project Veritas’s most recent undercover video sting has already resulted in firings (Scott Foval of Democracy Partners) and caused one of Hillary Clinton’s key operatives — Robert Creamer – to resign from the campaign. The videos show evidence that Democratic operatives worked directly with the DNC to incite violence at Donald Trump rallies this year. 

In the third video in the series, released this week, cameras caught Creamer and others admitting that planting adult Donald Ducks at Trump rallies to encourage violence was actually Hillary Clinton’s idea.

“In the end, it was the candidate, Hillary Clinton, the future President of the United States, who wanted the ducks on the ground so, by god, we will get the ducks on the ground,” said Creamer, adding “don’t repeat that to anybody.”

The DNC, the Clinton campaign and Americans United for Change working together to get (and pay for) the Donald Ducks shows that campaign expenses were used illegally.

In the video, the participants admit they purposed a group of activists to attend Trump rallies with a duck ringtone on their phones set to go off at the same time, as well as ordering a thousand rubber duckies with “Donald Duck” written on them to hand out to the press. 

In regards to how all of this might reflect on Clinton’s people, one operative involved said, “[We’re] all part of the old school method where it doesn’t matter what the legal and ethics people say, we need to win this motherfucker.”

Brad Woodhouse, of Americans United for Change, says (rather enthusiastically) in the video that he thinks the duck costumes will cause people at the rallies to become violent.

“Once they pull out these signs, Trump supporters literally start throwing punches at you,” said Foval. 

The videos are proof that the Clinton campaign has engaged in illegal campaign activities — and that Hillary herself was the instigator of it all. 

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