A couple of weeks ago, James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas released a video that featured a couple of Democrat operatives boasting about using violence to disrupt Trump campaign events. One was a Milwaukee Democrat machine member the other is the husband of a US congresswoman and a convicted felon (so we have to give him points for consistency) named Robert Creamer. Both were dutifully tossed under the bus and derided a small potatoes bit players with no connection to the Clinton campaign.
“There’s no evidence whatsoever that we have been able to find that anyone ever did anything like this when they were working at the Democratic National Committee,” [Hillary Clinton Campaingn Manager Robby] Mook said on CNN’s “State of the Union.”
“These individuals no longer have a relationship with the DNC,” he said, adding that that “they’ve never had a relationship with the Clinton campaign.”
The individuals in question — Democracy Partners consultant Bob Creamer and Democratic operative Scott Foval — were both caught on camera last week discussing instances in which they hired mentally ill and homeless people to instigate violence at various Trump campaign events.
But, thanks to Wikileaks and the great advice the Clinton IT guy gave to John Podesta we now know Robby Mook is a big fat liar.
But Lux’s email would appear to call most of that statement into question. Mook stated Democracy Partners didn’t “have a contract with the DNC until June ,” though Lux clearly asserts Creamer is “consulting for the DNC” as of December 2015. Lux’s characterization of Mook and Creamer as “close,” and Creamer’s own boast in one video of getting a directive from Clinton, also raise questions about Mook’s response.
Asked about any relationship between Creamer and Mook, Clinton spokesman Glen Caplin told FoxNews.com in an email that the Clinton camp was not authenticating individual emails from the Podesta hack. Instead, Caplin blasted Trump for not standing up to Russian President Vladimir Putin, whose government many intelligence analysts blame for the email theft.
It is obvious that the Clinton campaign has been mired up to its collective unibrow in just about every form of campaign law violation conceived. From instigating violence to accepting illegal contribution to the influence of foreign money on the the campaign to garden variety vote fraud, the Clinton campaign has showed what happens when an unprincipled paranoid is supported by amoral apparatchiks. If you like what you’ve seen so far you are just going to pee yourself with joy for the next four years.
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