“It doesn’t matter what the friggin’ legal and ethics people say, we need to win this motherf***er.”

Those are words allegedly spoken by Democrat activist James Foval, admitting that he and others have been involved in planting protesters at Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s rallies specifically to instigate violence. The conversation appears in conservative activist James O’Keefe newest undercover video.

Both Foval and Robert Creamer appear in O’Keefe’s video, reportedly discussing their strategies regarding provoking hostility and promoting chaos at the rallies.

Foval, who served as National Field Director for the group Americans United For Change, explained in the video how he was connected to Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign: “The [Clinton] campaign pays DNC, DNC pays Democracy Partners, Democracy Partners pays the Foval Group, The Foval Group goes and executes the sh*t.”

Foval also referenced 69-year-old protester Shirley Teeter as an example of manufactured violence. Teeter found herself in the media spotlight in September after telling reporters about how she was punched in the face at a Trump rally.

“[Teeter] was one of our activists,” Foval said.

While the mainstream media appears to be hesitant in reporting on O’Keefe’s video, Foval’s discussion on camera has led him to be ousted from his position at Americans United for Change. “Americans United For Change has always operated according to the highest ethical and legal standards. Scott Foval is no longer associated with Americans United for Change,” the group’s president, Brad Woodhouse, reportedly said in a statement.

O’Keefe’s video is below.

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