When Project Veritas released our latest investigation into the shocking ease with which voter fraud can be committed in America, the mainstream media from Al Sharpton to Keith Olbermann immediately fell all over themselves claiming that voter fraud could never occur in numbers large enough to influence elections. They were wrong.
A new study conducted by the Pew Center on the States shows that almost TWO MILLIONdead Americans are on active voter rolls, and almost THREE MILLION people have active registrations in more than one state. In all, the study said, approximately one out of every eight voter registrations in the United States are either invalid or have “significant inaccuracies.”
As David Becker, director of Election Initiatives at the Pew Center on the States, said, “These problems waste taxpayer dollars, undermine voter confidence, and fuel partisan disputes over the integrity of our elections.”
If that’s not a wide open door to voter fraud, than what is?
Unfortunately, as long as these problems exist, the integrity of our elections will be very much in dispute. While the Pew study clearly vindicates Project Veritas and shows the dire necessity of our own investigation into voter fraud, the fact is that most honest Americans already knew this was a problem.
It was the establishment press and politicians who were outraged by the result of our investigation; not because they thought we were wrong, but because they know we are right.