Alleged dirty trickster to leave Clinton campaign after video tied him to violence at Trump events

A Democratic operative whose organization was helping Hillary Clinton's campaign announced Tuesday that he would be "stepping back" from the campaign after an edited video suggested that he and other staffers hired people to attend Donald Trump's campaign rallies and incite violence.

Robert Creamer -- husband of Illinois Rep. Jan Schakowsky -- announced his resignation in a statement after conservative activist James O'Keefe released a video under his organization Project Veritas Action, which showed Creamer and other operatives purportedly discussing methods for inciting violence at rallies for the Republican nominee.

He also denied that any of the schemes in the "hypothetical conversations" recorded for the video ever took place.

"We regret the unprofessional and careless hypothetical conversations that were captured on hidden cameras of a regional contractor for our firm, and he is no longer working with us," he said. "While none of the schemes described in the conversations every took place, these conversations do not at all reflect the values of Democracy Partners.
It is hard to ignore the fact that Trump campaign events have had liberals show up and engage in violence.  At one recent event, cars of Trump supporters were vandalized.  Trump supporters have been physically assaulted at events and while leaving events.  These brown shirt tactics by liberals are a scandal that the media has tried to ignore.

New Gingrich asks why is the FBI not investigating this.


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