JUST IN: Actor Says He Was Paid $3,500 By Clinton Campaign To Protest Trump And Endorse Bernie

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People have been talking about the possibility that Trump protesters are paid by political groups attached to Hillary Clinton’s campaign for some time now, and today, we may be a little closer to understanding what is really happening behind the scenes of the 2016 election.

Paul Horner is a 37-year old actor who just came forward with his story of being hired via Craigslist to protest Donald Trump in March during a rally in Fountain Hills, Arizona. Horner says he stumbled upon a Craigslist ad asking for actors for political events. Below is a screenshot of the actual Craigslist ad.

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Screenshot Via Patriot Post

“I was given $3,500 to protest Donald Trump’s rally in Fountain Hills. I answered a Craigslist ad about a group needing actors for a political event. I interviewed with them and got the part.”

Horner says he could only come up with one explanation as to who was behind the Craigslist ad. Horner believes it could only be people affiliated with Hillary Clinton’s campaign because he was directly instructed to throw Bernie Sanders under the bus if asked who he was supporting for president:

“After I was hired, they told me if anyone asked any questions about who I was with or communicated with me in any way, I should start talking about how great Bernie Sanders is.”

Horner says another reason he believes the group was affiliated with Hillary Clinton is that he was interviewed and paid $3,500 by a group of women over the age of 60 who called themselves “Women Are The Future.”

“As for who these people were affiliated with that interviewed me, my guess would be Hillary Clinton’s campaign.”

Horner continued:

“The actual check I received after I was done with the job was from a group called ‘Women Are The Future.’ It was mostly women in their 60s at the interview that I went to. Plus, all the people that I communicated with had an AOL email address. No one still has an AOL email address except people that would vote for Hillary Clinton.”

Horner’s claims have not been verified due to a lack of evidence, yet word of full disclosure of evidence is all the buzz in the political world. If Horner’s claims turn out to be true, this will surely cause a massive uproar in the Republican Party.