'Project Veritas' Exposes Groups Planning Violent Disruptions At Inauguration, Chemical Attack at 'Deploraball'


A new video released Monday by James O'Keefe's 'Project Veritas' contains undercover footage shot at a meeting of the "D.C. Anti-Fascist Coalition" and the "Disrupt J-20" group. These groups are revealed to be planning to "shut down" Friday's presidential inauguration with violent protests and to attack an inaugural ball with butyric acid (which is used to make stink bombs). Their target, the 'Deploraball,' is a planned gathering of self-described "deplorables" at the National Press Club in Washington on Thursday evening to celebrate Trump's victory.

"This stuff, it is very efficient. It is very, very smelly for a long time," one of the organizers said about the plot to stink bomb the 'Deploraball.' "I was thinking of things that would ruin their evenings, ruin their outfits," another organizer explained. They also plan to set off the National Press Club's sprinkler system by triggering fire alarms.

The video is the first in a series, and Project Veritas plans to release more information on the plans to disrupt Trump's inauguration later this week.

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