Undercover Video Exposes Criminal Plans to Disrupt Inauguration


In the latest undercover video from Project Veritas, investigators exposed a DC Anti-fascist Coalition plotting criminal activity to disrupt President-elect Trump’s inauguration.

The plot reportedly includes plans to set off butyric acid (aka “stink bombs”) during the Deploraball event scheduled to be held at the National Press Club on Jan. 19.

The footage of  the meeting planning the violent attacked was taken at the infamous Comet Ping Pong, a Washington D.C. pizza restaurant that sparked controversy over its affiliation with”Pizzagate” leading up to the presidential election.

In the video below, coalition members Luke Kuhn, Colin Dunn, and Scott Green are heard discussing in great detail how they planned to wreak havoc on the Deploraball event by deploying the “stink bombs” near the HVAC system to ensure that it spreads throughout the entire building.

Green said, “We have to brainstorm what we can do that will accomplish the mission.”

Hahn later replied, “The best possible location to get into is the air intake grill of the entire HVAC.”

Project Veritas reported that had the group carried out their plans, it could “constitute as a violation of anti-terrorism laws and a felony with a possible 5-year prison sentence and a significant fine.”

Near the end of the meeting, Green and Dunn made a plan to scout the event’s location together and even suggested setting off fire alarm sprinklers, in case their “stink bomb” plan failed.

It has been reported that Project Veritas has since notified the intelligence community and the police department before the video was released.

Watch their disturbing meeting plotting devious activities below.

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