Top Democratic Operative Resigns From Clinton Campaign After Being Exposed By O'Keefe Investigation

Posted: Oct 18, 2016 6:25 PM

On Monday, James O’Keefe’s investigative journalism group Project Veritas began releasing tapes from their yearlong investigation into the dark web of progressive groups, who working in concert with the Clinton campaign, have divulged databases, information about designated operatives whose main goal is to instigate violence at Trump rallies, and how these groups constitute a hub of communication for the various pro-Clinton super PACs to keep in contact with one another; something that is forbidden by federal election law.

Scott Foval, the national field director for Americans United For Change, is very open about how he’s hired homeless people and the mentally ill to create havoc at political events, though he says that he will always remember to make sure to pay for the bail, or hospital bill, for any one of his operatives that get roughed up or arrested at these venues.

“We’re starting anarchy here,” said Foval. He also is caught telling the Project Veritas journalist how super PACs maintain communication with one another.

“It’s less of a Morse code than it is a text conversation that never ends. It’s like that. It’s kind of like an ongoing Pony Express,” he said. Foval also seems to be aware of the media fallout should their operations become known, adding that there should be double blinds for everything they do to create plausible deniability.

Foval, who was recently let go from his position at AUFC due to O’Keefe’s sting, was also a close ally of Bob Creamer of Democracy Partners, a consultant group that has ties to Clinton and the Obama White House.

“Wherever Trump and Pence are gonna be we have events. And we have a whole team across the country that does that. Both consultants and people from the Democratic Party and the Democratic Party apparatus and people from the campaign, the Clinton campaign. And my role in the campaign is to manage all that,” Creamer told a PV writer. Foval described Creamer as “diabolical,” which is one of the reason why he likes him.

Creamer was captured discussing a voter fraud scheme with a PV journalist posing as a donor, but decided to back out. Foval created the scheme. As a result of this investigation, Creamer recently decided to step down and back away from the Clinton campaign.

Guy also wrote about the sting, noting that Foval has been fired. Now, Mr. Creamer is out.