The first video in our extensive series investigating Hillary Clinton’s campaign was released by Time magazine.
Given Hillary’s history going all the way back to Arkansas with her husband . . . Whitewater, Travelgate, Chinagate, Monica, Benghazi, Emailgate, etc . . . we assumed her campaign would be an easy target to expose malfeasance and wrongdoing to win an election.
What we found was that her team was on alert for our investigative journalists and even banned one undercover reporter from her offices.
But that didn’t stop us.
Uncovered in this first video is the Clinton campaign skirting election laws by deploying a voter registration effort to pre-select Pro-Hillary voters BEFORE they were asked to register to vote.
In a response to Project Veritas Action last week, the Clinton campaign told Time that its policy is to “register all voters, regardless of their preference in candidates.”
Yet paid organizer Sarah Sterner was caught instructing staffers to ask potential supporters
In the world of campaigning, it’s considering skirting the law and contradicts Hillary’s public statements.