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Voter Fraud: “It’s Easy”

Project Veritas exposed it in New Hampshire, prompting voter-ID laws to be implemented. Project Veritas exposed it in North Carolina, prompting voter-ID laws to be implemented. Project Veritas exposed it in Virginia, prompting voter-ID laws to be implemented.

Project Veritas exposed it in New Hampshire, prompting voter-ID laws to be implemented. Project Veritas exposed it in North Carolina, prompting voter-ID laws to be implemented. Project Veritas exposed it in Virginia, prompting voter-ID laws to be implemented.

This list goes on but one thing is clear: voter fraud is easy. National Review’s John Fund highlights just how easy it is, citing a Project Veritas voter fraud exposé:

               ” … one of O’Keefe’s assistants was able to obtain Attorney General Eric Holder’s ballot even though Holder is 62 years old and bears no resemblance to the 22-year-old white man who obtained it merely by asking if Eric Holder was on the rolls. But the Department of Justice, which is currently suing Texas to block that state’s photo-ID law, dismissed the Holder ballot incident as “manufactured.” The irony was lost on the DOJ that Holder, a staunch opponent of voter-ID laws, could have himself been disenfranchised by a white man because Washington, D.C., has no voter-ID law. “