In this latest video, Christina Gupana, a Las Vegas attorney and Hillary for America Fellow, counsels fellow campaign workers in Nevada that they should “do whatever you can, whatever you can get away with just do it.”
We uncovered a clear theme within the Nevada Clinton campaign, when it comes to the law: ask for forgiveness not permission. Phillip Kim, a staff organizer for Hillary for America was captured on hidden camera saying: “ask for forgiveness not for permission. Courtney Kravitz, a Hillary for America Fellow was caught stating to one of Project Veritas Action’s undercover journalists that “I mean we kind of abide by the like ask for forgiveness type of thing.” And Harrison Lee, another Hillary for America Fellow was caught on hidden camera admitting: “Typically the style of campaigning that we do is like, we just ask, do they support Hillary Clinton. And if we’re not allowed to do that, then we ask for forgiveness.”
In a discussion captured on hidden camera, campaign worker Henry Engelstein explained to Gupana and Lee that they were chastised by a librarian for openly displaying a Clinton sign while conducting voter registration in the library.
According to Engelstein, “she came out with the Nevada statute books and opens it up and starts reading the statute about how you’re allowed to get voter registration… it says pretty explicitly here in the statute that this sort of action is prohibited. So I don’t care if you do voter registration but you can’t have the Hillary stuff.”
“That was like the saddest day,” stated Lee, to which Engelstein cavalierly replied “Dude she had the f**king book.”
Gupana subsequently advises her fellow campaign workers to “just like hide all that stuff and like.”
“The widespread corruption throughout all levels of the Clinton campaign is a disease” said Project Veritas Action President James O’Keefe. “Just as with her State Department email scandal, the culture of Clinton’s presidential campaign seems clear: break the law – then ask for forgiveness only if you get caught.”