Tuesday, November 1, 2016

The Clinton Campaign in Action

Hat tip Breitbart

Robert Creamer, a convicted felon, Democratic operative, and husband of Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky (D-IL) was identified as one of the men speaking with a Project Veritas undercover operative on videotape and bragging about his connections to the Clinton campaign in doing dirty tricks and lining up illegal voters.  In the latest video, he expounds on those connections.

Keep in mind this man has visited the White House over 300 times during the Obama administration. That lends credence to what he is talking about on tape. It is doubtful at this point that Creamer is engaging in mere braggadocio.

And remember how Donna Brazile vehemently denied leaking a debate question to the Clinton campaign when questioned by Fox's Megyn Kelly? Now a second allegation has been discovered of Brazile doing the same thing in another debate. CNN has now severed their relationship with Brazile as a result of the controversy.

Donald Trump may be a vulgarian and many other things, but he is not guilty of running a campaign as dirty as this.


Siarlys Jenkins said...

Sorry, that "Veritas" clip skips around too much, using too many short clips interspersed with their own graphics, interspersed with their own voice over, and its all too disconnected one from the other, to add up to a credible "expose." It could all be true, but O'Keefe is too full of himself to make the case.

If O'Keefe were an honest journalist, we would see a good 2-3 uninterrupted minutes of the subject talking about what he does, then, perhaps, a minute or three of background information to help put the comments in perspective, then 1-3 minutes of the the subject talking in detail and in a series of connected sentences about what he does.

One would think an instructor of English would be able to pick that out.

But forget it... after all The Cubs Won The World Series!!!!!

Gary Fouse said...

There may be selective editing going on here, but if you look into Fovel and especially into Creamer, it squares. besides, where are the denials? That should tell you something. The only attacks against the Wilileaks docs is that they were "stolen". Who in the Clinton campaign says they were doctored or false?