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Full Video: Project Veritas releases Sanders campaign expose, staffers make numerous calls for violence

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“Walk into that MSNBC studio, drag those motherf**kers out by their hair and light them on fire in the streets”

Project Veritas has released Part One of a series of videos exposing the views of campaign workers engaged in promoting Democrat presidential bids.

Kyle Jurek, the field organizer that’s the focus of today’s released makes a number of alarming statements indicating that he supports political violence if Bernie Sanders is not given the nomination.

“We have nothing else left to lose.”

Erroneously citing the 1968 riots as a response to a McGovern bid for president, Jurek claims that if Bernie is not the nominee that the Democrat party chooses to go with, there will be violent riots. “The cops are gonna be the ones that are getting f**king beaten in Milwaukee,” he says. “They’re gonna call up the national guard for that sh*t. I promise you that!”

Jurek, who implies that he is an antifascist, says that he is willing to go “above and beyond what the law says is acceptable” in one segment of the video. According to him, Trump supporters “should expect a f**king violent reaction,” and deserve one.

Midway through the video, Jurek touches on the long list of Clinton political associates that have committed suicide. The undercover journalist asks him if he’d like to kill the Clintons, to which Jurek replies that a “reign of terror” will make the Clintons kill themselves.

Clearly a disturbed individual.

Brett MacDonald

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