A Super PAC founded by Clinton aides harrassed prominent conservative Dan Bongino and his wife as they exited the south lawn at the White House on Thursday night.
A mob organized by the Party Majority PAC maintained a heavy presence at the Republican National Convention (RNC) this past week, as reported at RAIR Foundation USA. The PAC asked people to arrive at 9:00 pm and meet at the ACLU. A donation page at ActBlue was arranged to fund the purchase of air horns in order to disrupt the RNC.
One of the signs associated with organized event said “Good Trouble” with the hashtag #ThePeoplesHouse, which was spotted in the group that aggressively targeted Senator Rand Paul and his wife as highlighted in the below photo:
Dan Bongino documented the targeted attack on himself and his wife, where thugs threatened his wife with rape and made other derogatory slurs, as he explained on his daily broadcast. Some of the other truly vile attacks on RNC participants have been compiled here.
After reviewing the footage, as well as the signs distributed by the Party Majority PAC, it appears that an aggressive woman who followed the Bonginos is also associated with the PAC, which was founded in part to “make sure activists on the ground have the resources they need to be successful.”
Told these BLM terrorists to watch my show today after they followed us for over a mile threatening my wife and I and calling her a “bitch-ass.” I promised I’d make them famous. Don’t miss the show for a full explanation of how ugly it really was. pic.twitter.com/dxkuPWVwwb— Dan Bongino (@dbongino) August 28, 2020
One of the individuals in the mob was carrying a sign that was difficult to read but looks alot like one featuring Joe Biden distributed by the creepy Party Majority PAC.
Ian Mellul, a Democratic operative who previously worked on Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign tweeted about the PAC’s efforts to support the mob while they attempted to drown out the RNC:
9:00 PM. Be There. South Side of the White House. See you soon, Mr. President. #ThePeoplesHouse pic.twitter.com/0E6udKeGny— Ian Mellul (@IanMellul) August 27, 2020
Interestingly, in the wake of the attack on Rand Paul, Mellul tweeted in part that “intimidating and physically threatening a US senator is not okay.” Damage control, perhaps?
Mellul has nothing to worry about. The complicit mainstream media is much more interested in trashing the Fireworks at the RNC than reporting on the connections with the mobs terrorizing America and the Democrat establishment.