Clinton Operative Fired After 'Mentally Ill' Project Veritas Video

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It’s beginning to look as if people are finding themselves in front of the figurative firing squad as more and more Project Veritas videos are being released.

James O’Keefe, an investigative reporter and the founder of Project Veritas, released a video Monday that showed Hillary Clinton campaign worker and National Field Director for Americans United for Change Scott Foval admitting that he and others in the campaign had paid “mentally ill” and “homeless” people to incite violence at rallies for Republican nominee Donald Trump.

According to Fox News’ Sean Hannity, Foval has been fired by Americans United for Change, according to a press release from the organization’s president, Brad Woodhouse. Woodhouse is also the president of the Democratic super PAC, American Bridge.

O'Keefe tweeted out the following:

In response to Woodhouse's statement, O’Keefe questioned the validity of Americans United for Change mission statement in a tweet:

While Foval has not made a public statement on social media, he did retweet a post by the hacker group Anonymous mere hours after his firing.

Sounds like someone’s upset they got caught.

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