On March 11, 2016, tens of thousands of people gathered in and around the arena at the University of Illinois at Chicago to attend a rally for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. For more than an hour leading up to the event, police and members of the security detail escorted hundreds of protesters and potential demonstrators out of the arena, arresting at least five for sparring with Trump supporters. It led to violence in which one officer was injured. A campaign representative announced the rally would be postponed due to safety concerns. Supporters were left stunned and disappointed by the announcement; protesters were giddy.
It was just one in a series of increasingly violent anti-Trump protests beginning as far back as June 2015. But, like many of the others, it bore the organizational hallmarks of the professional activist Left. What few in the crowd that day realized was just how sophisticated a scheme it was – and that that protest was just one piece in an elaborate web of deception orchestrated by elements tied to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
And at the heart of the web: Robert Creamer and Scott Foval, partners in deception.
Beginning October 17, 2016, an investigative group called Project Veritas released videos of its undercover journalists speaking with Creamer and Foval about their role in the Clinton campaign and related organizations.” (Read more: Capital Research, 1/10/2018)
A few days after Project Veritas released the three videos, a series of tweets appeared on Fovall’s Twitter account and were captured by silverdoctors.com before Twitter suspended the account on November 10, 2016.
The tweets begin on October 29, 2016 and continue through November 5, 2016. The original source link above does not present them in order so I will try to do that for you.