Two more “Deep State” radicals are playing starring roles in a James O’Keefe Project Veritas undercover video, with one admitting, “There’s a lot of talk about how we can like, resist from inside.”
She’s a career employee of the Justice Department, which along with the FBI is under scrutiny for its handling during the Obama administration of allegations of Trump-Russia collusion. More evidence is surfacing that the collusion allegation was based largely on opposition-research documents funded by the Hillary Clinton campaign, which then were used as evidence to obtain a warrant to spy on the Trump campaign.
The first video in the series, released Tuesday, showed career civil servant Stuart Karaffa of the State Department boasting of working for the Democratic Socialists of America while he’s being paid by taxpayers.
He explained his task is: “Resist everything. … Every level.”
In the second video, released Wednesday, Allison Hrabar, a Justice Department paralegal, confesses using government-owned software and computers to push a socialist agenda.
“There’s a lot of talk about how we can like, resist from inside,” she states.
The second video:
Joining Hrabar in the video is Jessica Schubel, a former chief of staff for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services during the Obama administration.
“Both Schubel and Hrabar make admissions revealing that federal employees appear to be using their positions inside our government to resist or slow the Trump administration’s policies. It appears some laws have been broken in the process,” Project Veritas explains.
O’Keefe said it “may be the largest case of unaccountability in our government that has ever been exposed.” s
“Through our undercover reports, we now have proof of government employees leaking confidential information and using government resources to advance their resistance of official government policies they disagree with,” he said.
“These videos are the Deep State incarnate, and this is just the tip of the iceberg.”
Hrabar, a member of the Democratic Socialists of America, was one of the activists who chased Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen from a Washington restaurant.
She admits on video there’s a “resistance movement” inside the federal government and says her friends who remain inside provide her information before it is officially released.
“It’s kind of like the Nixon ‘deep throat’ type of thing,” she explained.
The advance notice gave her time to prepare response to initiatives before they were announced.
Hrabar told of another federal worker, a fellow member of DSA, who works for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, who is “slowing what they do” in order help people stay on food stamps longer.
“We have a member who works for the people who distribute food stamps, and they can like take that away, and they’re slowing what they do… what they’re doing means that people are going to be able to stay on food stamps for another month or two, which is like really important,” she stated.
Hrabar also explains how she uses government resources for her activism.
For example, she led a protest at the home of a D.C. lobbyist, Jeremy Wiley.
“And so we ran the license plate, and it was a car registered to Jeremy Wiley, so you have his car parked outside a house that he does own. As of very recently, and someone saw him through the window, which is also…”
The first video:
The first video shows Karaffa telling a Project Veritas journalist that he performs DSA activism while at work for the State Department. He said he drafts DSA communications while on the job.
“I’m careful about it. I don’t leave a paper trail, like I leave emails, and like any press s— 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,” he says.