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O’Keefed! Undercover sting catches staffer for TN Dem Bredesen in ‘bait and switch’ LIE

(National SentinelSwamp Thing: Voters supported POTUS Donald Trump in legions because he wasn’t the ‘typical Washington politician’ and is instead an unconventional fighter who truly stands up for Mr. and Mrs. America.

A newly released video from James O’Keef’s undercover journalism operation Project Veritas reveals why POTUS Trump won and why most voters do not trust career politicians like Democratic U.S. Senate candidate and former Tennessee governor Phil Breseden.

In the video, an undercover PV journalist records a Bresedens staffer admitting that her boss would not have voted to confirm Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, even though he has been saying he would publicly, just to get “moderate Republican” votes.

“No, it’s a political move,” staffer Maria Amalla said when asked if Breseden would have supported Kavanaugh.

“He thinks that like we’re down like half a point right now. It’s like really close and we’re losing by a point or two. So he thinks that if like by saying this he’s appealing to more moderate Republicans and he’ll get more of them to vote for us.”




“I was so confused because I just can’t believe he would actually vote [for Kavanaugh],” the PV journalist continued.

“He wouldn’t. But he’s saying he would… Which I don’t know if it makes it worse or better. No, it makes it better…” staffer Will Stewart noted.

Amalla said her boss is lying about his Kavanaugh support to woo voters in rural Tennessee, where he’s not polling well.

Steward added that Tennessee voters are “ignorant” for supporting the confirmation of Justice Kavanaugh.

Opps.

Watch:

Bredesen is running against Republican Rep. Marsha Blackburn. In recent days, pop star Taylor Swift came out and publicly rejected Blackburn in favor of Bredesen — in part, because she didn’t trust Blackburn and did not think much of her character.

Wonder what she thinks now?

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