Bombshell: Woman Filmed Taking Credit for Chicago Riot Was On Hillary's Payroll

Chris Menahan
Oct. 18, 2016

Hillary Clinton has got some 'splainin to do.

Activist Zulema Rodriguez, who was featured in James O'Keefe's latest video taking credit for the riot in Chicago and the road blocking protest near Phoenix, was paid directly by Hillary Clinton's campaign less than two weeks before Donald Trump's Chicago rally.

From The Daily Caller:
...a search of FEC records reveals that Rodriguez was paid by the Clinton campaign shortly before she disrupted the Chicago rally. The campaign paid her $1,610.34 as a “payroll” expense, and also gave her a $30 payment that is described only as “phone.”

The payments are both dated Feb. 29, 2016, less than two weeks before the violence in Chicago. Those are the only payments Rodriguez has ever received from the Clinton campaign. It’s not immediately clear what the payment was for, and it’s also unclear whether Rodriguez was really behind the agitation in Chicago or if she was simply making an empty boast.

In the months afterward, Rodriguez was paid handsomely by other political operations. She received a $1,108.97 travel reimbursement from Political Action in May, and in June she was paid a whopping $17,500 by Stand Up For Ohio PAC as a “political consulting fee.” Stand Up For Ohio PAC is itself heavily funded by MoveOn.
There's no question there was paid shills at the rally outside Phoenix:

As Sean Hannity said, we need to know what Hillary knows and when she knew it.

James O'Keefe's video has so far racked up 2.3 million views in just one day.

Breitbart reportedly told O'Keefe their article on his investigation was the most heavily trafficked story they've ever had.

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