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By NWV Senior Political News Writer, Jim Kouri
Posted 1:00 AM Eastern
October 24, 2016

GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump has been proven right once again, but don't expect the members of the big news media to acknowledge it. The candidate who is being deluged in anti-Trump hostility from not only Hillary Clinton's campaign, Democratic Party, the majority of news outlets, and so-called political action committee has been in the sights of the leftist group the People for the American Way.

On Thursday, Scott Foval and Robert Creamer, two influential Democratic political operatives, were forced to quit their lucrative jobs after investigative journalist and filmmaker James O'Keefe's Project Veritas Action caught them on camera boasting about how they've helped the Democrats win elections.

While Foval was with the group Americans United for Change, where he served as its field director; Creamer was doing for the unified Democratic campaign for Hillary Clinton. It was during his time operating as the national field director for People for the American Way that Foval claimed he succeeded in helping the Democrats win elections.

People for the American Way was founded by celebrity television executive Norman Lear (All in the Family, The Jeffersons) and other Hollywood elites. Among its executive boards are award-winning actors Alec Baldwin, Jane Lynch (Glee, 40 Year Old Virgin), Kathleen Turner, Seth McFarland, creator of Family Guy, and many others. One of the top people at PFAW is Anthony Podesta, brother of Democratic Party operative and Clinton campaign director John Podesta.

Although those operating in news media must be careful to avoid being tied to the DNC or nonprofit groups that support leftist causes and candidates, according the Center for Public Integrity says 96 percent of money given by journalists went to Clinton. Another new Bill Clinton sexual assault accuser goes public.

PFAW's top donor is none other than George Soros and through him and his so-called news analysis web site, Media Matters, anti-conservative, anti-Christian and anti-Republican are attacked using easily refuted and phony "news stories." It's is Soros' propaganda machine.

James O'Keefe's video series “Rigging the Election"

In the videos released by O'Keefe's Project Veritas, Scott Foval is filmed telling hidden-camera-toting journalists about how he and his comrades have disrupted Republican events. Foval also goes on at length about how it's easy to cover up in-person voter fraud. He also discussed how operatives from the Clinton campaign would disrupt Trump for President events and rallies and work to get Trump's security to overreact or appear to overreact to the "protesters."

"You look at these videos -- which are shown in their entirety on One America News Network -- and you think to yourself that the fish stinks from the top to the bottom in the nation's government and news media. It's disgusting. It's sad and it's Godless," said Paul Bloxley, a former police officer now working as a director of corporate security.

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James O'Keefe has been a thorn in the side of the Democratic Party for years. Among his achievements is the complete disbanding of President Barack Obama's first employer and presidential campaigner ACORN (Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now). "O'Keefe has put the so-called elite news media to shame by getting the scoop of liberal-left corruption.

He's more valuable to Americans than the entire CNN organization," said Michael Baker, a former police lieutenant and political strategist. [YouTube Video One], [YouTube Video Two]

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In the videos released by O'Keefe's Project Veritas, Scott Foval is filmed telling hidden-camera-toting journalists about how he and his comrades have disrupted Republican events.