USA: Investigators have uncovered a plot by Democratic Party operatives to infiltrate the Republican Party with “secret sleepers” in order to hijack the GOP and push through a far-left agenda in Congress.
Democrat candidate Krystle Matthews was caught attempting to recruit prisoners as “sleepers” just two days before her runoff to represent Democrats as their U.S. Senate candidate in South Carolina.
“We need some secret sleepers,” she said. “Like you need them to run as the other side, even though they for our side. And we need them to win. We need people to run as Republicans in these local elections. This is the only way you’re gonna change the dynamics in South Carolina.”
The Gateway Pundit reports:
“And I still gotta struggle to raise money for my campaign?” she said. “Where the f*ck is my black people with money? I don’t care about no dope money! Give me that dope boy money!” she said. “Where the duffel bag boys?”
Matthews complained about black people in South Carolina: “Honestly, these ain’t the same type of black people that I grew up around. I don’t recognize these black people.”
She continued, “Listen, I can’ move in all kind of circles buy I’m a n***** at heart…. I’m very much a n***** in a lot of ways, but I know how to turn it off and turn it on.”
by Sean Adl-Tabatabai
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