Project Veritas, the investigative reporting group led by James O’Keefe that goes undercover to expose corruption, released a video showing an anti-Trump activist group planning acid attacks during inauguration ceremonies in D.C. on Friday. This video is Part I in a multi-video investigation showing the left-wing activist group, “DisruptJ20,” formulating plots to “disrupt the ceremonies” making “calls to action” for “a bold mobilization against the inauguration of Donald Trump on January 20, 2017.”
In Part I, the video investigation focuses on a group known as the D.C. Anti-fascist Coalition plotting to deploy butyric acid during an event on January 19th known as the “Deploraball,” a big pro-Trump inaugural ball, which will be held at the National Press Club. Members of the Anti-fascist Coalition are captured on hidden camera discussing the methods they plan to use to shut down the inauguration event.
Member Luke Kuhn says on hidden camera during the meeting at Comet Pizza in D.C. that their message has to be that they “do not recognize the city government” and if the city tries to close them down the group “will look for your house” and they “will burn it.”
“We will physically fight the police if they try to steal one of our places. We will go to war and you will lose,” he continues.
Another member, Scott Green, can be heard conspiring against the ball as well.
“I was thinking of things that ruin, that would ruin the evening, ruin their outfits or otherwise make it impossible to continue with their plans. Make sure they get nothing accomplished,” Green says.
Kuhn points to using butyric acid as stink bombs to set off during the Deploraball.
“Yeah, if you had… a pint of butyric acid, I don’t care how big the building is, it’s closing…” he says.
“And this stuff is very efficient, it’s very very smelly, lasts a long time and a little of it goes a long way,” Green adds.
Colin Dunn, a third member at the table, says “if you get it into the HVAC system it will get into the whole building.”
Dunn and Green plan to scout the location so they could plot where to leave the acid.
“And the added benefit, everybody is going to walk outside in the freezing cold,” Dunn says about the night the acid is set to go off.
Watch Part I in its entirety below:
DisruptJ20 has released a statement about the Project Veritas videos on their website.