Americans United for Change fired Scott Foval from his position as national field director on the same day that James O'Keefe published his first video.
Bob Creamer announced he was "stepping back" from his involvement with the Clinton campaign just one day later.
In the past week alone, the DNC removed two of the central figures in the Project Veritas videos, yet Hillary Clinton dismissed the footage as another "one of his conspiracy theories" after the debate last night.
“It was more him [Bob Creamer] than me, but none of this is supposed to come back to us, because we want it coming from people, we don’t want it to come from the party."
Founder of Democracy Partners, Bob Creamer described how a network of agitators are mobilized for each Trump or Pence event.
“Wherever Trump and Pence are going to be, we have events and we have a whole team across the country that does that both consultants and people from the Democratic Party,” Creamer said.
Robert Creamer, husband of Illinois Democratic Rep. Jan Schakowsky, appears on White House visitor logs 340 times beginning in 2009 when Obama took office.
"I am unwilling to become a distraction to the important task of electing Hilary Clinton, and defeating Donald Trump in the upcoming election," Creamer said in a statement on Tuesday.
"As a result I have indicated to the Democratic National Committee that I am stepping back from my responsibilities working with the campaign."
"I just wanted to come back and say hello, some of you have been on the trail for the whole time. No more debates...no more naps." Hillary said.
A journalist then asked Clinton about her ties to DNC operatives staging violence at Trump's rally in Chicago.
"I know nothing about this. I can't deal with every one of his conspiracy theories." Hillary responded.
"She's the one and Obama that caused the violence. They hired people, paid them $1,500 and they're on tape saying, 'Be violent, cause fights, do bad things'.
"What they did, which is a criminal act by the way, where they're telling people to go out and start fistfights and start violence."
"And I'll tell you what, in particular in Chicago, people were hurt and people could have been killed in that riot. And that was now all on tape, started by her." Trump concluded.
“I just had a call with the campaign and the DNC, every day at one o'clock," Zulema Rodriguez said in the video.
"We also did Arizona one where we shut the highway down," Rodriguez said in reference to sabotaging another Trump rally.
Zulema bragged about her efforts to block the highway and discourage supporters from attending the rally.
Upon reviewing these 'protests', Zulema is quickly noticed at the center of the spectacle aimed at shutting down a public roadway.
These "clips" also expose the figures operating within America's political underworld as well as their efforts to rig national elections for the chosen candidate.