EDITOR'S NOTE: James O'Keefe has posted part 2 of his video series. Watch it here.
James O'Keefe gained a lot of attention in 2009 when he went undercover at multiple ACORN offices to expose the nationwide organization's practice of illegal voter registration and a host of fraudulent activities paid for by taxpayer money. The series of undercover videos of ACORN employees admitting to illegal activities effectively led to the shutdown of the entire organization.
Now O'Keefe's Project Veritas is releasing a series of videos, one-by-one, of a year-long undercover investigation into the inner workings of Hillary Clinton's campaign. What you'll see below is an incredibly shocking and upsetting series of clips where multiple campaign officials brag about using violence, illegal dealings, the mainstream media, and mentally ill people to aid of the dirtiest campaigns in American history.
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This version of the video has elicit language edited out. For the uncensored version, visit the Project Veritas Action YouTube page.)
— Campaign officials talking about how they plant people at Donald Trump rallies with a script that tells them when and how to get in violent brawls with Trump supporters: "We're starting anarchy here." "There's a script of engagement. Sometimes the crazies bite and sometimes the crazies don't bite."
— A complete disregard for morality and legality: "It doesn't matter what the frickin' legal and ethics people say. We need to win this [expletive]."
— Daily communication between those coordinating violence and committing illegal acts and officials at the top level of Hillary's campaign: "We have a call with the campaign every day to go over the focuses that need to be undertaken."
— The use of "dark operatives" to illegally coordinate these activities between Hillary's campaign, Hillary SuperPacs, and the Democratic National Committee in secret: "We are contracted directly with the DNC and the campaign both." "The thing that we have to watch is making sure there is a double blind between the actual campaign and the actual DNC and what we're doing. There's a double blind there, so they can plausibly deny that they knew anything about it."
— Confidence that the media will cover the violence they stir up at rallies: "The media will cover it no matter where it happens. The key is initiating the conflict by having leading conversations with people who are naturally psychotic. You can message to draw them out, and draw them to punch you."
— Training for violent protesters: "We have to have people prepared to go wherever these events are, which means we have to have a central king of agitator training."
— Admissions of specific violent protests that were incited by Hillary's dark operatives, including one that injured two police officers in Chicago, along with a desire to make it look like the protesters were natural: "So the Chicago protest when they shut [down Trump's rally], that was us. None of this is supposed to come back to us because we want it coming from people. We don't want it to come from the [Democratic] party." "We also did the Arizona one where we shut the highway down."
— Admission that these activities would look really bad for Hillary: "We have to be really careful because what we don't need is for it to show up on CNN that the DNC paid for X people to [commit violence]. That's not going to happen."
— Using mentally ill people to do dirty work: "I'm saying we have mentally ill people that we pay to do [expletive], make no mistake. I've paid off a few homeless guys to do some crazy stuff."
— The use of union bosses to do dirty work: "The reality is, a lot of people, especially our union guys, they'll do whatever you want. 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, yeah [expletive], let's do it."
— A low opinion of voters, similar to Hillary's "deplorables" comment: "I have to be really honest. Iowa is a difficult case because it's a fifty-fifty state and, honestly, half of the state is racist as [expletive]. Wisconsin is just as bad."
And this is just the first video.