Undercover sting reveals Democrat’s ‘coordinated operation’ behind Romney’s 47% comment

James O’Keefe released a new Project Veritas video this week telling the story behind the story of the 2012 video which many claim led to Mitt Romney’s defeat.

That was the video in which then-GOP presidential nominee Romney told a private gathering that 47 percent of the electorate will vote for President Obama no matter what, because they are dependent on some form of government assistance.

The story at the time was that bartender Scott Prouty recorded the event on his own cell phone — not so.

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The bartender was planted and was just a cog in the machinery of Americans United For Change — which is another cog in the Democratic Party machine.

“They are the ones who negotiated to get that lawyer in Florida who recorded the 47 percent video,” Scott Foval, former field director for Americans United for Change, told a Project Veritas undercover journalist.

“No, the lawyer took his phone and had the bartender walk around with it and set it up,” Foval explained.

As it turned out, the bartender couldn’t have done it on his own “because they had taken away all the cell phones from all the staff.” It was a “coordinated operation.”

O’Keefe appeared on Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor” Wednesday and sent out this tweet, which immediately reached viral status.

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The first Project Veritas video showed that America United For Change worked hand-in-hand with the Democratic Party. Some wondered how far up it went.

And of course, timing was everything on the video’s release.

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