by Sharon Rondeau
(Oct. 24, 2016) — In response to the third and newest Project Veritas video release, Fox News’s Bret Baier tweeted, “We’ll have the story about this latest video on
@SpecialReport at 6pET. @JamesRosenFNC has highlights & reaction to it. Likely Significant.”
In the video, PV founder James O’Keefe said that Hillary Clinton, the DNC and Democrat political action committees “broke the law” by coordinating a plan to send people in Donald Duck costumes to Trump events with the articulated purpose of inciting violence.
O’Keefe’s two earlier videos released last week show that Democrat operatives Robert Creamer and Scott Foval paid individuals, some of whom are mentally ill, to disrupt Trump rallies. The activity was called “birddogging” by Foval, an operative who resigned his leadership position at Americans United for Change after PV’s first two videos were posted.
“The duck was Hillary’s idea,” O’Keefe said during his narration of the video.
O’Keefe said that the coordination among the Clinton campaign, the DNC, and “third-party” groups is a violation of 52 USC 30116(a)(7)(B)1-11.
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.