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Leftists Plan Acid Attacks at Trump Inauguration

Project Veritas may have exposed another group of Leftists – this time a group with plans to disrupt the inauguration festivities. In a video captured by Project Veritas, a Leftist group described a plot to drop butyric acid at the National Press Club during the “Deploraball,” which is an event to celebrate Trump’s inauguration in Washington D.C.

WND reported:

The video released by James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas showed the rabidly anti-Trump coalition already had scouted the National Press Building, and members were confident they could release acid there “with no negative consequences for our side, nor any collateral damage.”

The video exposing the plot includes statements from several members of the group DC Anti-fascist Coalition, which is allied with other far-left groups plotting to prevent Trump’s inauguration as president.

Project Veritas said the group plotted to deploy butyric acid at the National Press Club during the Deploraball event scheduled for Thursday.

Project Veritas said it notified the FBI, Secret Service and D.C. Metro Police of the contents of the video prior to its release.

O’Keefe’s report said the acid plot could be a felony violation of anti-terror laws.

“The meeting, captured on hidden camera, was held at Comet Ping Pong, a DC pizza restaurant that is better known as the location of the Pizzagate controversy,” Project Veritas said. “The coalition members discuss the steps they would need to take to halt the Deploraball event.”

One of the activists caught on tape, Scott Green, also allegedly wrote an email about the plot that Project Veritas was able to obtain.

Scott reportedly wrote in the email: “The reconnaissance went pretty well, and we left with the confidence that we can accomplish our objective with no negative consequence for our side, nor any collateral damage.”

Luke Kuhn and Colin Dunn of the D.C. Anti-Fascist Coalition were also caught on camera discussing the plot.

Green described the butyric acid as “very efficient.” He added, “It’s very, very smelly. Lasts a long time and a little of it goes a long way.”

Dunn discussed a potential backup plan: “I’m trying to think through how to get all the sprinklers to go off at once.”

The objective was explained by one of the activists: “The next four years we are going to fight Trump and everything he stands for with no quarter asked, no quarter given. No mercy of any kind.”

According to Project Veritas, the group caught on video was working with a bigger anti-Trump group, Disrupt J20, which put out a call to action online for protesters: “Join us for a bold mobilization against the inauguration of Donald Trump.”

Kuhn discussed the plot: “the message has to be, we do not recognize the city government either. If you try to close us down we will look for your house, we 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.”

Green added, “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.”

At this point, the idea of the acid came into play: “Yeah, if you had … a pint of butyric acid, I don’t care how big the building is, it’s closing,” Kuhn said and added that the “best possible location to get to it is the air intake grill of the entire HVAC.”

O’Keefe called out Disrupt J20 on Monday. In response, they claimed via a statement that the plot wasn’t real.

“False plans were discussed,” DisruptJ20 said in a statement. “They spoke of false plans in order to protect themselves.”

O’Keefe tweeted: “Go ahead and . Lie to the FBI. Tell it to the Judge.