Rigging The Election Part 3: Hillary Clinton Had 'Ducks' Disrupt Donald Trump Rallies, Says Robert Creamer [Video]

Rigging The Election Part 3: Hillary Clinton Had ‘Ducks’ Disrupt Donald Trump Rallies, Says Robert Creamer [Video]

The third video from Project Veritas Action, titled “Rigging the Election – Video III: Creamer Confirms Hillary Clinton Was PERSONALLY Involved,” has swelled to more than one million views and currently sits at the No. 1 spot atop the list of 200 currently viral YouTube videos.

The title as well as the description of the YouTube video alleges that Clinton knew a lot more about plans to have “ducks on the ground,” which means that instead of boots on the ground — a term used to described soldiers fighting on the ground, not by air or sea — Clinton wanted disrupters in the midst of Trump’s campaign trail.

Hillary literally ordered folks to be dressed up as Donald Duck to create chaos, claims the video.

As seen in the above photo, a protester donned a Donald Duck costume on Friday, August 19 and stood outside Trump’s rally in Dimondale, Michigan, as the duck held a sign proclaiming that Donald ducks releasing his taxes.

“Part III of the undercover Project Veritas Action investigation dives further into the back room dealings of Democratic politics. It exposes prohibited communications between Hillary Clinton’s campaign, the DNC and the non-profit organization Americans United for Change. And, it’s all disguised as a duck. In this video, several Project Veritas Action undercover journalists catch Democracy Partners founder directly implicating Hillary Clinton in FEC violations. ‘In the end, it was the candidate, Hillary Clinton, the future president of the United States, who wanted ducks on the ground,’ says Creamer in one of several exchanges. ‘So, by God, we would get ducks on the ground.’

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[Image by Andrew Harnik/AP Images]

“It is made clear that high-level DNC operative Creamer realized that this direct coordination between Democracy Partners and the campaign would be damning when he said: ‘Don’t repeat that to anybody.’ The first video explained the dark secrets and the hidden connections and organizations the Clinton campaign uses to incite violence at Trump rallies. The second video exposed a diabolical step-by-step voter fraud strategy discussed by top Democratic operatives and showed one key operative admitting that the Democrats have been rigging elections for fifty years. This latest video takes this investigation even further.”

The new video is further proof that Clinton personally approved at least one of Robert Creamer’s plans to use disruptive measures, reports Breitbart News.

Robert — or “Bob” — Creamer is the founder of Democracy Partners and claims that Clinton’s campaign linked up with the DNC, along with Americans United for Change, to utilize the Donald Duck costume protests. He also claims that “bird-dogging” — starting violence — at Trump rallies are even lobbed at Clinton.

Clinton’s role in protests at Trump rallies, according to Heavy, is heavily suggested in the new video from James O’Keefe — a man who has been criticized for the manner in which he edits his videos, at times making it difficult to ascertain the context of the video. Detractors claim that Trump himself has fostered more violence at his rallies by saying he’d like to punch protesters in the face.

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[Image by Matt Rourke/AP Images]

Creamer is a convicted felon and the “Donald Duck” troll campaign broke the law, reports the Daily Mail. As a result, Creamer has been fired from his executive role at Democracy Partners. Creamer is married to Jan Schakowsky, Illinois’ ninth congressional district Congressional Representative.

Both Creamer and Scott Foval were fired quickly, reports Fox News Insider — lending more credence to the validity of the “Rigging the Election” videos.

The duck collaboration between Clinton and the DNC, as reported by RT, harkens back to ‎tactics used in 1992 when Bill Clinton was still governor of Arkansas. A tactic called “Chicken George” — perhaps inspired by the movie Roots which had a character of that same name — was used for then-Governor Clinton during the 1992 presidential election.

[Featured Image by Gerald Herbert/AP Images]

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