Clinton campaign director captured on hidden camera knowingly violating campaign finance law

On the same day a “smoking gun” email was released in which then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton instructs Chief of Staff Cheryl Mills and USAID administrator Rajiv Shah to “delete after reading,” suggesting Hillary had at least an inkling that the information was sensitive, James O’Keefe of Project Veritas served up a hidden-cam video of a Clinton campaign director violating campaign finance law.

From Project Veritas:

During Clinton’s kickoff campaign event at Roosevelt Island, a Canadian citizen with no affiliation to Project Veritas Action attempted to make a donation to the Clinton campaign by purchasing a Hillary shirt. [Clinton National Marketing Director Molly] Barker knew that this was illegal, a fact which was confirmed by Clinton’s national Compliance Manager Erin Tibe, yet proceeded to process the contribution… Barker facilitated a straw man transaction where the Canadian citizen gave cash to an American citizen who subsequently purchased the shirt for the Canadian under Barker’s direction. Thus, Barker who was fully aware of the law didn’t merely look the other way like Tibe did, rather, she actually facilitated election illegalities.

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