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James O’Keefe’s group Project Veritas released two videos this week that point to how some Democrat operatives are trying to influence the campaign using what could be described at best ethically questionable tactics. At worst there appears to be criminal conduct.

The first video details way in which Democratic consultants incited violence at different Trump rallies. *Warning: Both videos contain graphic language.*

The second discusses how massive voter fraud can be accomplished. At the center of both videos is Scott Foval, an Iowa native (unfortunately), who worked for Americans United for Change which has worked for Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the Democratic National Convention.

Foval appears to like the sound of his own voice. I’m going to go out on a limb and say there isn’t much of a future for him left in politics after running his mouth off in these videos.

I’ve not been a fan of all of O’Keefe’s work, but this particular series is compelling.

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