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Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Project Veritas Bombshell Video Exposes “Resist” Socialist Employee Inside State Department

Project Veritas
Video shows State Department Management and Program Analyst, Stuart Karaffa, discussing how he uses his time working for the U.S. government to further the efforts of the Democratic Socialists

"A newly released undercover video shows a State Department employee bragging about how they use their time at the agency to organize for the D.C. chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA).
"Investigative journalism organization, Project Veritas, released a shocking video Tuesday, which shows State Department Management and Program Analyst, Stuart Karaffa, discussing how he uses his time working for the U.S. government to further the efforts of the Democratic Socialists.
"According to Project Veritas, Karaffa is heavily involved in the political campaign efforts of DSA in both Washington D.C. and Virginia.
"When an undercover Project Veritas journalist asks if he does work for the Democratic Socialists while at the State Department, Karaffa replies, “Oh yeah. I mean I do, and I’m careful about it. I don’t leave a paper trail, like I leave emails, and like… Any press s**t that comes up I leave that until after 5:30. But as soon as 5:31 hits, got my like draft messages ready to send out.' " . . . 

. . .  "The footage of Karaffa ends with the State Department employee saying, “resist everything…every level. F**k s**t up.”

"Project Veritas founder, James O’Keefe, says his organization has been investigating the Deep State for over a year, and claims his undercover cameras have caught “conspirators admitting to violating their ethics reports, illegally using government resources and subverting government policies.”

"According to their press release, Project Veritas will release other videos of their investigation into the Deep State."

Washington Times: His first target is Stuart Karaffa, a State employee and a member of the Democratic Socialists of America. He sits at a restaurant table, sipping a drink and talking to two O’Keefe undercover agents.

Deep state on camera  . . . "American tax dollars at work, supporting hard-left politics in government. 
James O'Keef; Project Veritas
"This video, the first in the undercover investigation that O’Keefe and company are planning to carry out, showcased an employee of the federal government bragging about his resistance, doing political work on the government dime, and admitting that it’s unlikely he will be held accountable for it, especially since his political affiliations are rubber stamped.
"The employee interviewed, Stuart Karaffa, admitted that he has both engaged in radical socialist political activities when he was working (and being paid on the taxpayer’s dime), and that he has advocated for resistance to official government policies.
"In the video, it seemed clear that Karaffa’s main loyalties didn’t lie with his employer, or with the United States government, or even with the Department of State.
"Rather, they were with the Democratic Socialists of America, an extreme left-wing political party he is a member of.
. . . 
"He also admitted that he spent his time in the office watching political affairs in Virginia, which he utilized as co-chair of the DSA electoral caucus in DC.
"His talk certainly made it appear that he knew he was doing something wrong, possibly even illegal, though he didn’t seem very concerned about the consequences of his actions.
"He said that maybe someday he would end up going to jail at the behest of the board of elections, or maybe not.
"Karaffa didn’t believe that anyone at his work was aware of what he was doing, nor did he seem concerned about facing censure or penalties at work.
"The socialist outright declared that there was nothing for him to fear, as it was “impossible to fire federal employees,” a complaint that taxpayers have voiced for decades."

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