Liberal groups are literally doing everything in their power to sabotage President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration. They’re even willing to maliciously break the law to spite Trump supporters attending this Friday’s Deploraball at the National Press Club.
In a new video from James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas, an undercover investigation found that leftist groups like the DC Anti-Fascist Coalition planned to dump butyric acid into the HVAC system to shut down the National Press Building. Butyric acid is the chemical commonly used in stink bombs.
“It would be really something if we could stop them from having the Deploraball at all,” an activist said during a meeting in the video.
Scott Green, Luke Kuhn, and Colin Dunn of the DC Anti-Fascist Coalition invited one of Project Veritas’ undercover journalists to a planning meeting at, of all places, Comet Ping Pong restaurant.
During the meeting, Green, Kuhn, and Dunn divulge their plan to shut down the Deploraball by gaining access to the HVAC system and dumping butyric acid to clear out the building. They also debated how to set the sprinklers off to douse every attendee with water and then have them freeze outside in the cold after evacuating, where some could get hypothermia.
“If you had a pint of butyric acid, I don’t care how big the building is, it is closing,” Kuhn said.
Green jumped in. “And this stuff is like very efficient, it’s very very smelly and it lasts a long time. A little bit goes a long way.”
Instead of sitting on the intel they received, O’Keefe and the Project Veritas team alerted federal law enforcement of DC Anti-Fascist Coalition’s plan to sabotage the inauguration. At this moment, charges have not yet been filed. However, the Coalition could have violated several felonies, including anti-terrorism laws.
Watch Part 1 of Project Veritas’ investigation: