Undercover Video shows Liberal Plotting Terrorist Attack to Disrupt Inauguration Festivities

Usually it’s the liberal policies setting off stink bombs, but James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas (who isn’t Russian so don’t start with the Putin thing) fresh off of exposing some of the Clinton campaign’s destructive conduct, started exposing a group trying to disrupt the Inauguration. These activities likely violate multiple criminal laws, including terrorist statutes.

In this first video, an undercover Project Veritas reporter attended a meeting of one of the organizations, called DC Anti-Fascist Coalition. The meeting was at Comet Ping Pong, a pizza restaurant that is better known as the location of the Pizzagate controversy. The DC Anti-fascist coalition members present were Luke Kuhm, “Scott Green”, Colin Dunn, and Casey Webber.

The coalition members discussed trying to disrupt the “Deploraball” dinner and reception scheduled for the National Press Club the night before the inauguration.

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Their idea was setting off Butyric acid stink bombs. They wanted the stench to be so strong that the building would have to be evacuated.

“If you had a pint of butyric acid, I don’t care how big the building is, it is closing…” says Luke Kuhm. “And this stuff is like very efficient, it’s very very smelly and it lasts a long time.  A little bit goes a long way,” Scott Green explained. And the added benefit,” bragged Lucy, “everybody is going to walk outside in the freezing cold.”

 

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