Paid Hillary Clinton operatives are inciting violence at Donald Trump rallies across the country, a Democratic consultant admitted on camera:

This video, released by Project Veritas, reveals the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) are involved in this tactic, called “bird dogging,” and rely on a network of Democratic consultants to oversee the operation – and to give Hillary plausible deniability if the tactic is exposed.

In turn, the consultants are working with Democratic Super PACs and other groups to give maximum media exposure to the “bird dogging” violence, which they admit targets the elderly and disabled for maximum “shock value.”

An email released by Wikileaks shows that at least one “bird-dogging” operation was approved directly by Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager Robby Mook on July 4, 2015.

“There’s an opportunity to bird dog and record questions about Trump’s comments and connect it to the policy,” he wrote.

The consultants are led by Robert Creamer, a veteran Chicago activist and convicted felon who was also behind the political activism behind Obamacare before it became law.

“We are contracted directly with the DNC and the campaign,” Creamer’s consultant, Scott Foval, told an undercover reporter. “I am contracted to [Robert Creamer] but I answer to the head of special events for the DNC and the head of special events and political for the campaign. Through Bob.”

“We have certain people who do not get to talk to them, at all.”

Creamer also confirms on video that Hillary is aware of all of his work, and that his organization, Democracy Partners, coordinates with her campaign daily.

And Foval admitted responsibly for an attack on an elderly woman outside a Trump rally in Asheville, N.C.

In that attack, a woman heckled and pursued a visually impaired 73-year-old Trump supporter, then claimed he punched her.

The mainstream media promoted her claims while largely ignoring his side of the story.

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