Beto Campaign Busted

PUBLISHED: 1:00 PM 2 Nov 2018
UPDATED: 5:30 PM 2 Nov 2018

‘Nobody Needs To Know’: Beto O’Rourke Campaign’s Illegal Act Busted

In another undercover video, Project Veritas has been told that Democrat O’Rouke’s campaign has been illegally sending money to the migrant caravan.

Beto O'Rourke's campaign is sweating today after Project Veritas released an undercover video indicating that it was using campaign funds to help the illegal migrant invaders.

In its next undercover video, Project Veritas has exposed the democrat campaign for ‘Beto’ O’Roukre.

The current Congressman and US Senate candidate’s campaign workers appear to be ‘illegally using campaign resources to buy supplies and help transport’ Honduran alien invaders.

Dominic Chacon and AnaPaula Themann, who work on O’Rourke’s campaign, said:

Chacon: “The Hondurans, yeah… I’m going to go get some food right now, like just some stuff to drop off…”

Themann: “How did they get through?”

Chacon: “Well I think they accepted them as like asylum-seekers… So, I’m going to get some groceries and some blankets…”

Themann: “Don’t ever repeat this and stuff but like if we just say that we’re buying food for a campaign event, like the Halloween events…” (emphasis added)

Chacon: “That’s not a horrible idea, but I didn’t hear anything. Umm, we can wait until tomorrow for that.”

Themann: “Well that’s exactly the food we need. And I will just mark it as, I do have dozens of block walkers.”

A Project Veritas Action attorney reviewed the footage and determined, “The material Project Veritas Action Fund captured shows campaign workers covering up the true nature of spending of campaign funds and intentionally misreporting them.

“This violates the FEC’s rules against personal use and misreporting. It also violates Section 1001, making a false statement to the federal government.

“The FEC violations impose civil penalties, including fines of up to $10,000 or 200 percent of the funds involved. Violations of Section 1001 are criminal and include imprisonment of up to five years.”

Chacon and Themann also bragged about how they conceal their use of campaign funds to support the illegal invaders.

Themann: “There’s actually stores that just mark it as ‘food’ they don’t mark different types… at Albertsons, on the receipts, it marks it just based off of brand…”

Chacon: “I think we can use that with those [campaign pre-paid] cards to buy some food, all that s**t can be totally masked like, oh we just wanted a healthy breakfast!”

Themann stated that she doesn’t “want to make it seem like all of us are from [the O’Rourke campaign]” when they distribute the supplies.

She added, “I just hope nobody that’s the wrong person finds out about this.”

When she said the ‘wrong person’ did she mean the voters in Texas… congress?

Chacon elaborated on the use of pre-paid campaign cards, “We’re going to use more of those cards to get them more supplies too. So it’s all going to work out. I’m done being nice. I’m done being professional. [Be]cause nothing is professional. None of this is like s**t there is a rule book for, you know?”

Later, Chacon revealed “there’s not really an approval process” for the pre-paid cards, and that “we can just go and get the food and we can come up with a BS excuse like as to why we needed to get this stuff.”

He added, “Under the table just sort of do it.”

Chacon explained that Jody Casey, the campaign manager for the O’Rourke campaign, was happy to hear about their illegal actions.

Chacon: “She texted us afterward and was like, I’m so happy that we have a staff that gets it and was there, I was so happy to see y’all there, still working, still contributing, we have the best team ever… she was good about it.”

Journalist: “So, Jody knows?”

Chacon: “Well, she doesn’t know we used the pre-paid card, but she doesn’t need to know.”

When talking about using vans to help the invaders, Chacon added, “we could probably get away with using the vans… Nobody needs to know.”

“For me, I can just ignore the rules and I’m like f**k it.”

And, ‘don’t worry’ about getting caught:

Journalist: “It just made me really concerned, like, you know, because I know that we’re using some of the campaign resources to help with the migrants and like, I just didn’t want anybody to get in trouble with that…”

Journalist: “Like I didn’t want them to ask me any questions about people using resources…”

Jody Casey: “Don’t worry.”

Andrea Reyes, who also works on the O’Rourke campaign, has text messages to show the approval of the act.

Reyes: “The thing is yeah, as long as we’re not advertising it. I mean yeah, I don’t really know. They said it was fine sooo *throws hands up* I mean I don’t know, okay. I told you about it! I have the text messages to prove it, sooo…”

Journalist: “So you told Jody?”

Reyes: “Yeah. I told Jody and I told my director.”

Project Veritas reported, “When asked about using campaign vans to assist the Honduran aliens, Chacon reveals that they are going to transport the aliens to airports and bus stations.”

Chacon: “… we’re going to give rides to some of the immigrants too. Like to the airport, to the bus station, like why not, you know?”

The reason is that it’s highly illegal… that’s ‘why not.’

O’Rouke’s campaign has been sued for illegal campaign actions, and flagged for ‘excessive’ and ‘impermissible’ donations, so this latest proof of shady activity doesn’t seem that outrageous to most voters.

He also denied trying to leave the scene of a drunk driving accident, despite police reports proving that he did.