Liberals are 100 percent against dark money, right? Not according to the latest Project Veritas undercover video exposing the shady dealings between the Hillary Clinton campaign, the DNC, and Americans United for Change (AUFC):
Project Veritas Action gained entree to top Democratic operatives involved with Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid the old-fashioned way: with cash.
In a video released Wednesday, Project Veritas Action said an undercover “donor” gave $20,000 to Americans United for Change, paving the way for an internship for the fake donor’s “niece” and access to Democratic strategists Robert Creamer and Brad Woodhouse.
“The more money that was promised to Creamer, the more access Project Veritas journalists seemed to get,” the conservative group said in a Wednesday statement accompanying the release of the fourth video in its “Rigging the Election” series.
The key thing to note here, however, is that the $20,000 came from a sketchy “English money man” who wired AUFC the money from an offshore account in Belize.
Notably, Woodhouse subsequently returned the money — but only after Project Veritas began releasing its undercover videos.