A criminal defense attorney claims that Democrats at the DNC and Clinton campaign could be prosecuted for inciting violence at political rallies for Donald Trump.
Last week, undercover video showed major Democrat operatives discussing how they take advantage of homeless and mentally ill people by paying them to incite violence at Trump events.
In the video, Scott Foval, national field director of Americans United for Change, discusses a tactic known as “bird-dogging,” in which people are paid to start “conflict engagement in the lines at Trump rallies.”
“We’re starting anarchy,” he explained.
Guess what – ‘Starting anarchy,’ more commonly referred to as ‘inciting a riot,’ is a crime. One criminal defense attorney is now suggesting that such actions, and many numerous others, are grounds for an investigation.
Hillary Clinton has already faced one FBI investigation for her use of a private server to transmit and store emails while she was secretary of state, and now her campaign could face a second one into the Democrats’ long tradition of violent agitation.
“There is sufficient factual predicate to open an investigation” into the Democratic National Committee and Clinton campaign’s involvement in the conspiracies described in the videos, Brady Toensing, a white-collar criminal defense attorney, told LifeZette.
“The potential crimes admitted to on the tapes are numerous,” Toensing said. “There are civil rights violations and the crime of inciting a riot. But all you need is one, and then a conspiracy to commit any of these crimes is itself a federal felony, which on its own comes with up to five years in prison,” he added. “There are also numerous potential state law violations and civil causes of action.”
The attorney also noted that the actions were plotted alongside an actual convicted felon.
That felon who masterminded the attempts to riot was Robert Creamer, a DNC official who met with President Obama 42 times.
Creamer is a convicted felon, having defrauded nine financial institutions out of at least $2.3 million while running his failing non-profit organization.
“In their arrogance, they bragged about the scheme on tape and, as part of that scheme, engaged a convicted felon, having him visit the White House more than three hundred times,” Toensing stated. “It raises serious questions that call out for compelled answers given under oath.”
In reality however, laws are for every day Americans like you and I, not for the Clinton Democrat Party machine.
Cross-posted at the Political Insider