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FUN FLASHBACK: DNC/Clinton Camp Consultants Dispatched Nutters to Provoke Trump Rally-Goers to Violence

Our small window of civility is quickly closing, but before it does I would like to remind the "everyone has to tone down their rhetoric" crowd that one side is more violence-oriented than the other.  One side has its leaders, figureheads, and celebrities fomenting anger with their violent rhetoric on the news and on their late-night TV "entertainment" shows.  When there is an incident, these leaders make excuses for the perpetrators.  The right certainly has its share of folks that step over the line. The difference is that the RNC, the party leadership, the leaders of our various groups, and the anchors on Fox News or radio aren't agitating for confrontations with alarmist and dire warnings -- and they condemn such confrontations quickly when they do happen.

Jennifer Sterling, one of the organizers of the pro-Donald Trump rally reacts after getting hit with pepper spray in Huntington Beach, Calif., on Saturday, March 25, 2017. Violence erupted when a march of about 2,000 Trump supporters reached a group of about 30 counter-protesters, some of whom began spraying pepper spray, said Capt. Kevin Pearsall of the California State Parks Police. (Mindy Schauer/The Orange County Register via AP)

So let's take a walk down memory lane to last year when we learned the DNC/Clinton campaign's hired thugs were "bird-dogging" and sending mentally unstable people to Trump rallies to provoke attendees with hopes of getting some violence on tape to broadcast how dangerous Trump supporters are.  Now why would you want to show the public how dangerous Trump supporters are? It's a helpful tool if one is trying to get people agitated over the deadly and dire circumstances President Trump and his supporters present.

Here is some of the transcript of a conversation with a Project Veritas Action journalist secretly recording some of the DNC mercenaries boasting about their operations:

"One of the things we do is we stage very authentic grassroots protests right in their faces at their own events. Like, we infiltrate."

"So the term bird dogging: You put people in the line, at the front which means that they have to get there at six in the morning because they have to get in front at the rally, so that when Trump comes down the rope line, they’re the ones asking him the question in front of the reporter, because they’re pre-placed there," explains Foval. "To funnel that kind of operation, you have to start back with people two weeks ahead of time and train them how to ask questions. You have to train them to bird dog.”

“I just had a call with the campaign and the DNC, every day at one o’clock,” says [Bob] Creamer subordinate Zulema Rodriguez in the video.

"The campaign pays DNC, DNC pays Democracy Partners, Democracy Partners pays the Foval Group, the Foval Group goes and executes the shit on the ground... Democracy Partners is the tip of the spear on that stuff."

"We're consultants so we're not the official entity and so those conversations can be had between consultants," Foval explains, “The campaigns and DNC cannot go near [Democratic super PAC] Priorities [USA], but I guaran-damn-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.”

I’m saying we have mentally ill people, that we pay to do shit, make no mistake,” says [Democrat activist Scott] Foval in the video. “Over the last twenty years, I’ve paid off a few homeless guys to do some crazy stuff, and I’ve also taken them for dinner, and I’ve also made sure they had a hotel, and a shower. And I put them in a program. Like I’ve done that. But the reality is, a lot of people especially our union guys. A lot of our union guys…they’ll do whatever you want. They’re rock and roll. 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.”

"It doesn't matter what the friggin' legal and ethics people say, we need to win this motherfucker," Foval also said.