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The photo above is not easily posed—these are the unmistakable eyes of a man who has been caught in a very vulnerable position and is trying to conceal both fury and fear behind a stone mask.

This man, Wylie Mao, is now infamous for bragging about how much sexual assault he could hypothetically get away with as a field organizer for the Clinton campaign. Take note if you believe bragging equals assault: “In order for me to be fired I’d probably have to grab Emma’s ass like twice.”

Project Veritas Action videos exposing him and others are now, at the time of this writing, the top trending videos on Youtube. “I think that the bar of acceptable conduct on this campaign is pretty, pretty low,” Mao says, stating the obvious truth.

In an election where (almost) everyone claimed voter fraud does not exist, irrefutable video evidence has been released proving voter fraud is alive and well in America—and has been for the last 50 years. With the release of these videos (part 1 and part 2 of “Rigging the Election,” a true exposé of election manipulation) and the firebombing of a North Carolina Republican headquarters, it is being made abundantly clear that many ground-game elements of the Clinton campaign are just as corrupt and two-faced as she is.

In fact, for being such an unpredictable election cycle, the disturbing revelations leaking out of the bloated, toxic Clinton machine have only affirmed the observations of the astute layman. The mainstream media is in full panic mode, going so far as to (unbelievably) mislead its viewers into believing that possessing these “stolen” WikiLeaks documents is illegal and “so everything you’re learning about it, you’re learning from us…

The following names and organizations, some of which you may already know, have been revealed to be a part of a mass voter fraud and campaign disruption conspiracy. Recent videos captured by undercover reporters, released by James O’Keefe and Project Veritas Action, have captured concrete evidence of Democrat collusion to commit voter fraud, intimidate supporters, and incite violence.

Americans United for Change. Democracy Partners. Priorities USA. The Dream Action Coalition. And of course, the DNC.

Who knows what bombshell O’Keefe has in store for the third video in the series (hopefully released before the final presidential debate this evening)?

O’Keefe may be permanently banned from Twitter before that happens. Also possible today is WikiLeaks’ oft-teased October Surprise, supposedly enough to put Hillary away for good. John Kerry put pressure on the Ecuadorian government to cut off Assange’s internet access, which it did within the last 48 hours.

“Voter fraud?… What does that even mean?” our sitting president asks. Stop whining.

If indeed this election has desensitized you to that which actually demands our outrage: concrete evidence, beyond all shadow of doubt, of voter intimidation, manipulation, and fraud in the present-day United States of America, is appearing almost daily in leaks, the suppression of leaks, hacks—and in this case, actual, effective journalism.

Video journalism so effective that Bob Creamer “announced his resignation” from Democracy Partners hours after the video released, getting covered even by CNN, going on to insult the intelligence of his audience, claiming to “have always adhered to the highest standards of transparency and legality in our work for the DNC.”

In a campaign stranger than fiction, of course this man is a convicted felon who wrote a book about how to make the case for Obamacare—while in prison and under house arrest. He is married to Illinois Rep. Jan Schakowsky.

Further still: “While none of the schemes described in the conversations ever took place, these conversations do not at all reflect the values of Democracy Partners.” Creamer has requested an astounding 340+ White House visits since 2009 (search for Robert Creamer).

World’s most cunning man, Scott Foval, also got the ax. He spent a lot of time in the videos pretending to be a cool insider and bragging about how clever his off-colour strategies are—to an undercover reporter filming each exchange. Perhaps he can now use his superior insight to help secure Hillary’s forthcoming landslide as first female president of the cell block.

Cesar Vargas—an illegal immigrant, according to Veritas—specializes in Hispanic voter registration laws; specifically, how to get around them. He was already planning for the 2018 election in the videos, but we sure can use his help with that wall if he hasn’t found a new job by then.

Trevor LaFauci assured the undercover journalist that illegally torn up Republican voter registrations would go unreported. “I know it was probably weighing on your conscience for a little bit, so…”

Shirley Teeter was the 69-year-old provocateur “assaulted” at a Trump rally this year. She was trained by Foval to bird-dog—intentionally inciting violence to misrepresent and intimidate American voters. After the incident, Teeter said she made it all up. In the process, she also made up a new hashtag: #BirdDogging.

Aaron Minter/Black claims he’s “the guy no one is supposed to know about,” but if that were really the case, he wouldn’t be on video blowing his own cover. He is/was the point man for all ground operations involving campaign disruption. He also bragged about the Chicago Trump rally being cancelled, pointing to Creamer as the mastermind.

Zulema Rodriguez openly bragged about shutting down a highway in Arizona and getting the same rally cancelled in Chicago, all in an effort to derail Donald Trump’s campaign. Meanwhile, Hillary herself condemned the violence, attributing it to Trump’s “divisive rhetoric,” almost certainly knowing full well who had really instigated the violence.

The list of names, organizations, and reprehensible illegal activity goes on. It is truly sickening to hear these people boast about the crimes they are happily committing against our nation—they are excited to be a part of an underground operation that will stop at nothing to get Hillary (and other corrupt Democrats) elected by any and all means.

Now that we know they exist, we can identify these infiltrators. We can follow the advice at the end of the second video; make the press cover this, increase the public’s awareness, volunteer to help protect your community from voter fraud, and actively lobby for stricter voter registration laws. Talk to everyone.

Use social media effectively, blog, connect, and contribute to unbought platforms like the Lone Conservative. Alex Jones of infowars.com is encouraging Trump voters to wear red on election day to discourage fraud—might not be a bad idea.

As free people, with no less than the fate of Western civilization hanging in the balance, we cannot allow these anti-Americans to walk all over us any longer. We must not look away.

As Scott Foval said: “It doesn’t matter what the friggin’ legal and ethics people say, we need to win this m******f*****.”

… For the republic.

Alec is the Vice President of Lone Conservative and a political consultant. His first experience as a conservative was helping his dad put up a spotlight and string Christmas lights around a Bush-Cheney yard sign to outdo his neighbor’s two Kerry-Edwards signs. Ever since then, Alec has been a devout conservative, the easy choice to go with his Protestant faith.

The views expressed in this article are the opinion of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Lone Conservative staff.

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Alec is the Vice President of Lone Conservative and a political consultant. His first experience as a conservative was helping his dad put up a spotlight and string Christmas lights around a Bush-Cheney yard sign to outdo his neighbor’s two Kerry-Edwards signs. Ever since then, Alec has been a devout conservative, the easy choice to go with his Protestant faith.

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