Undercover Video proves Hillary Clinton Campaign Office is basically a “Locker Room”

The brilliant James O’Keefe at Project Veritas has once again produced a brilliant video unmasking the evil hypocrisy of the left and the media covering the election. O’Keefe pointed out that the media had decided to ignore the blatantly inappropriate behavior from the Clinton campaign and instead has focused their gaze on some remarks made by Mr. Trump a decade ago.

Here’s what a Clinton staffer named Wylie Mao had to say about the easygoing nature of the campaign:

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“I think the bar of acceptable conduct on this campaign is pretty low…

I don’t give a sh**, they are not going to fire me, not for like grabbing Emma’s ass twice… In order for me to be fired I’d probably have to grab Emma’s ass like twice.”

But O’Keefe doesn’t stop with the inappropriate sexual behavior from Clinton’s campaign team; he then continues on to show how indifferent the Clinton team is to our election laws. O’Keefe plays video of the surreptitiously recorded team blatantly admitting to being okay with election fraud. He shows one staffer admitting to leaving a voter registration drive early in an effort to keep Trump voters from registering, before moving on to show a campaign worker explaining how they have incentives for voters who register as Democrats!

This final segment shows the campaign worker explaining how they incentivize Democrats to vote by mail (which is easier) while forcing Republicans to show up to the polls to vote on Election Day. This same staffer later tells O’Keefe’s team that he’s fine with destroying Republican registration cards, a clear violation of election law.

But Democrats still argue that there is no voter transparency problem in America…

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