Conservative filmmaker James O’Keefe is back at it, documenting evidence of just how easy it is to commit voter fraud without proper identification laws.
Last week we reported on video that O’Keefe and his organization Project Veritas had obtained, consisting of criminal voter fraud that Democrats would typically describe as ‘imaginary.’
This time, O’Keefe posed as numerous North Carolinians who hadn’t voted for years, and who were without identification. O’Keefe, without any manner in which to confirm his identity, was handed a ballot … 20 times.
Via the Daily Mail:
North Carolina election officials repeatedly offered ballots last week to an impostor who arrived at polling places with the names and addresses of ‘inactive’ voters who hadn’t participated in elections for many years.
No fraudulent votes were actually cast: It was the latest undercover video sting from conservative activist James O’Keefe, whose filmmaking résumé reads like a target list of liberal causes.
Now O’Keefe has strolled into more than 20 voting precincts in Raleigh, Durham and Greensboro, N.C., proffering the names of people who seldom vote in order to test the integrity of the election process. It seems to have failed on a massive scale.
‘I just sign this and then I can vote?’ he asked one poll worker. ‘Yep,’ came the reply.
Watch the video below …
One poll worker noticed O’Keefe had identified himself as an inactive voter, and asked to see identification – something that most law-abiding citizens would recognize as the right thing to do, but is technically considered breaking the rules in North Carolina.
What are your thoughts? Can voter fraud really be this easy?