Boom! O’Keefe tapes Udall campaign support groups encouraging voter fraud (Video)

Boom! O’Keefe tapes Udall campaign support groups encouraging voter fraud (Video)

James O’Keefe, founder of the conservative activist group Project Veritas, released a new video Wednesday depicting campaign workers for U.S. Sen. Mark Udall (D-CO) giddy with the prospect of committing campaign fraud to benefit their boss.

Making the whole situation even more delicious, four days before the video’s release, Democratic operative and frequent MSNBC contributor Donna Brazile tweeted the left’s oft-heard claim that the electoral process is already awash in integrity–that the notion of voter fraud is a complete lie.

On the following day, O’Keefe attached a screenshot of Brazile’s claim to his own tweet and told her she was about to eat her own words.

And she will. In one segment of the video, Okeefe approaches Meredith Hicks, a director for the liberal non-profit Work For Progress, which campaigns heavily for Udall. He suggests the idea of taking advantage of Colorado’s new all-mail-in voting procedure by filling out discarded ballots. She’s giddy with the prospect.

“I mean, that’s not even lying and stealing if someone throws out the ballot,” she says after laughing. “If you want to fill it out you should do it.”

Later in the video, Hicks even offers O’Keefe a job.

In another segment a Project Veritas undercover reporter is shown suggesting the same procedure to Greenpeace worker Christen Topping, who supports Udall. He brings up the discarded mail-in ballots of university students who have moved out-of-state.

“I mean, it’s putting the votes to good use,” she said. “So really. truly. like yeah! That’s awesome!”

Watch the video, via Project Veritas.

Michael Dorstewitz

Michael Dorstewitz

Michael Dorstewitz is a recovering Michigan trial lawyer and former research vessel deck officer. He has written extensively for BizPac Review.


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