‘Imaginary’ voter fraud caught on real, ‘non-imaginary’ video

‘Imaginary’ voter fraud caught on real, ‘non-imaginary’ video

While liberals continue to insist that there is no evidence of voter fraud in our elections, video evidence continues to refute their claims.

MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow writes, “The scourge of voter fraud is largely imaginary.”

With that, a new video has surfaced which shows campaign officials in North Carolina encouraging non-citizens to vote for Democrat Kay Hagan. In doing so, they’ve committed a felony.

Conservative journalist James O’Keefe and his group, Project Veritas, have captured video evidence of the “imaginary” felonious voter fraud being perpetrated by campaign workers.

The YouTube description reads:

A stunning undercover video exposes a reckless disregard of election law in North Carolina. Multiple campaign operatives and workers, both Democrats and Republicans, encourage felony voter fraud.

At one point during a conversation with a campaign worker, a person posing as a Brazilian-born illegal states that “I have a little secret,” and explains that she is an undocumented immigrant. She then asks the campaign worker about her voting status, to which the campaign worker says, “Yeah, you can vote.”

In another scene, a man explains to a campaign manager for Democrat Irwin Carmichael – who is running for Sheriff – that technically her voter registration is not legal, but that she really wants to support Kay Hagan.

In fact, at one point the woman says “I don’t want to vote if I’m not legal.”

To which the campaign manager responds, “It shouldn’t be an issue at all.”

Cross-posted at the Mental Recession

Rusty Weiss

Rusty Weiss

Rusty Weiss is editor of the Mental Recession, one of the top conservative blogs of 2012. His writings have appeared at the Daily Caller, American Thinker, FoxNews.com, Big Government, the Times Union, and the Troy Record.


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