BUSTED!!!: Hillary’s Campaign Was JUST Recorded Approving Destruction Of GOP Voter Registration Forms



With the help of a hidden camera, members of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign staff were caught condoning destroying Republican voter registration forms and making inappropriate remarks.

In the video, released Wednesday by Project Veritas Action, a journalist pretending to be a worker on the Clinton campaign spoke with Trevor LaFauci, a field organizer for the Florida Democratic Party.

The journalist told LaFauci he had ripped up several GOP registration forms, and asked if he was “OK with that.”

“Yeah,” he said.

The reporter went on to explain that he had received three Trump registrations in a row when “something in me snapped.”

“So we’re OK with that? We’re solid?” the man asked, to which LaFauci nodded and answered, “Yeah.”

When he said he was concerned about getting in trouble for ripping up the forms, LaFauci assured him it was OK and he would not be reporting the incident.

“As long as you don’t make it a habit,” LaFauci said.

LaFauci was confronted later and asked if it was alright to rip up Republican voter registrations, to which he responded, “I’m not sure what you’re talking about.”

He denied speaking with the Project Veritas reporter about the ripped up ballots before he retreated to his vehicle and left the area.

This is not the first time the Clinton campaign has been secretly videoed seemingly condoning questionable voter registration practices.

In an earlier video released by Project Veritas, taken in Las Vegas, attorney Christina Gupana was caught saying, “Do whatever you can. Yeah. Whatever you can get away with, just do it, until you get kicked out like totally.”

The video also shows staff members favoring Clinton over the other nominees.

According to, the video has led to an investigation into possible violations of election law.

The video released Wednesday also caught one staff member discussing what he felt he could get by with and not get fired.

“They’re not going to fire me, I would like have to grab [a co-worker’s] a— like twice …” Wylie Mao said.

He went on to say, “I think the bar of acceptable conduct on this campaign is pretty, pretty low.”

When confronted about his remarks, Mao remained silent and walked away, while the journalist was asked to leave.

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