There’s been a great deal of speculation and hearsay over the past few months that Democrats and Hillary Clinton’s operatives had instigated a ploy to incite violence at numerous Donald Trump rallies.
Now, the rumours have been confirmed, and the man behind the operation has been unveiled.
Robert Creamer is the co-founder of Democracy Partners, a Democratic consulting firm. He has worked closely with Barack Obama – with the White House visitor log showing he visited the President 340 times between 2009 and June 2016. 45 of these visits were direct meetings with Obama himself.
According to his website bio, Creamer has been a “political organizer and strategist for over four decades” and has been very involved with the Obama administration over the years. He even “provided strategic advice” to Obama on the “Iran nuclear deal.” Ironically, Creamer “began his organizing career in 1970 working with Chicago’s Citizen Action Program (CAP), which had been organized by Saul Alinsky’s Industrial Areas Foundation.”
An undercover video by Project Vertias recently revealed Creamer admitting that having operatives pretend to be independent organisers and sabotage Trump campaign rallies was indeed his “big trick”. Democratic officials had been trained to act as protesters at GOP rallies, in order to incite conflict and controversy.
Breitbart reported on the revelation, and noted that the operation is a form of what is known in politics as ‘bird-dogging’:
The goal of “bird-dogging”: to create a sense of “anarchy” around Donald Trump that would undermine his political support. Often, the tactic uses the most vulnerable people — including the elderly and disabled — to maximize shock value.
O’Keefe’s extensive video investigation reveals that the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) are involved in “bird-dogging” and other provocative tactics through a web of consultants led by Robert Creamer, a veteran Chicago activist and convicted felon who is thought to have planned Democrats’ political strategy during the push for Obamacare in 2009 and 2010.
After the release of the video, Creamer was forced to resign from consulting Clinton’s campaign. The reason he cited for his resignation was that his continued assistance was going to become a ‘distraction’ to the campaign.
Creamer’s involvement with, and encouragement of voter fraud in this year’s election shouldn’t come as any surprise. In 2006, Creamer was incarcerated in federal penitentiary for five months, after being found guilty for committing bank fraud ‘in relation to his operation of public interest groups in the 1990s’.