A confidential memo leaked by the hacker Guccifer 2.0 Wednesday reveals tactics used by Democrats when dealing with “radical” Black Lives Matter activists.
— GUCCIFER 2.0 (@GUCCIFER_2) August 31, 2016
The November 2015 memorandum, allegedly taken from U.S. Representative Nancy Pelosi’s computer, details the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee’s (DCCC) recommendations regarding encounters with the controversial group.
“This document should not be emailed or handed to anyone outside of the building,” the memo says in bold text.
The document breaks down the central demands of the “radical movement” and notes the acquittal of George Zimmerman as the group’s launching point.
Tactics for interacting with BLM activists include using “Frontline district staff” for meetings with preferably “small groups” or individuals to learn of members’ concerns.
The document continues by warning that Democrat staffers should “Lead From Behind” given BLM’s fear “of politicians that hijack their message to win campaigns.”
Democrats and their staff are further warned to never claim “all lives matter” or mention “black on black crime” in front of BLM supporters.
“These are all viewed as red herring attacks,” the document notes. “This response will garner additional media scrutiny and only anger BLM activists.”
“This is the worst response.”
Other documents in the release include talking points on the Islamic State as well as the 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya.
“As you see I’ve been gradually posting DCCC docs on different states,” Guccifer 2.0 wrote on his blog late Wednesday. “But besides that I have a folder from the Nancy Pelosi’s PC and I’d like to share some docs from it with you. They are related to immigration, Hispanics, BLM, Islam and other issues.”
These latest documents follow a slew of other releases from Democratic organizations as well as groups run by prominent figures such as George Soros.
Although metadata and other evidence left behind by Guccifer 2.0 thus far supports the theory of Russian government involvement, numerous questions remain.