aufc-laura-chapin-hireWhile Democrat Laura Chapin has been known as a local agitator on Twitter, does she actually have a larger, more formal role within the backwater network of Democrat civil unrest coordinators?  This week’s release of James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas videos uncovers a once hidden network of political disruptors, set up with one or two layers of separation from the Democratic National Committee and Clinton’s presidential campaign.

Aaron Black, a DNC staffer, was recorded stating that he is, “basically Deputy Rapid Response director for the DNC for all things Trump on the ground.” He also claimed, “nobody is really supposed to know about me”. He also went on to take partial responsibility for the Chicago protest that shut down a Trump Rally.  Regarding these activities, Black said, “none of this is supposed to come back to us [the DNC], because we want it to be coming from people, we don’t want it to come from the party.”

Scott Foval, (now former) National Field Director at Americans United For Change (AUFC), was captured on tape saying that Democrats “have to have people prepared to go wherever these events are, which means we have to have a central kind of agitator training.”  He then announced, “Now, we have a built-in group of people in New York who do this.  We have a built-in group of people in D.C. who do this.  We have a group of people in Vegas.  We have a group of people in Colorado (emphasis ours).  We have a group of people in Minneapolis.”

So who comprises that “group of people in Colorado?”

While Chapin’s association with Morgan Carroll and Alice Madden’s 2016 campaigns is well known, many people do not realize that she was hired by AUFC in 2014 as their “new grassroots state coordinator,” and the release stated that her duties included the responsibility to “mobilize progressive activists.”  She was also tapped by the organization “to conduct rapid response” against private interests in the oil and gas industry.

We think that Coloradans need to know – how involved is Laura Chapin in these dark web “rapid response” civil disruption astroturf activities that Democrat operatives have been creating, with the false impression of them being citizen-led revolts?  Is Chapin part of Foval’s “group of people in Colorado?” Is she the leader of that group?

And finally, what do Carroll and Madden have to say about Chapin’s affiliation with this discredited organization? Neither have responded about Chapin’s racist tweet from two weeks ago, and we’re still waiting….