CPAC Trolled by Prankster with Russian Trump Flags [VIDEO]

CPAC Trolled by Prankster with Russian Trump Flags [VIDEO]

CPAC Trolled by Prankster with Russian Trump Flags [VIDEO]

So this happened at CPAC early on Friday morning. Someone began passing out little flags with “Trump” printed on them as the President began his speech.

Trouble was, they were Russian flags.

Journalists, like Peter Hamby, formerly of CNN and now with Snapchat, were quick to point this out.

What Hamby failed to report was the source of those flags. Hint: no Republicans or Trump supporters were involved.

Leave it to James O’Keefe for uncovering the identity of the flag man:

And David Martosko, of the British Daily Mail, confirms that it was indeed Clayton. Wonder why our intrepid American press couldn’t find out?

So let’s see who Ryan Clayton is, shall we?

Clayton is a writer for the Huffington Post, and is president of the activist group “Americans Take Action.”

Their website states that they want to “save democracy,” but how do they want to accomplish that?

One of their current campaigns, linked at the bottom of their main page, is “Remove President Donald Trump.”  It features this picture, along with a claim that “Russia intentionally helped Donald Trump win the 2016 Presidential election.”

Let me show you my shocked face.

So it took grassroots investigator O’Keefe to do the media’s job in gathering all pertinent information, and a foreign publication to confirm what O’Keefe found. Doing the job that Mainstream Media won’t do. Foiled again, journalists.

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