In North Carolina Voter Fraud Threatens to Destroy Democracy – Seriously

Over the years James O’Keefe and Project Veritas have proven, time and again, that the things Democrats pretend don’t exist – really do. Whether at ACORN, Planned Parenthood or even in our supposedly non-partisan polling stations.

Liberals like to pretend that voter fraud is not an issue of any seriousness – that the concerns are simply trumped up attempts by conservatives to hide our “closet” racism. The facts don’t bear that out. The facts lead us to believe that Democrats actually approve of voter fraud because voter fraud inordinately benefits Democrats.

Last week we introduced you to a recent study which proved that voter fraud has likely changed the outcome of several recent state elections.

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Well, today O’Keefe provides visual evidence at how easy it would be to sway a close election in the state of North Carolina.

 

 

“Of all of the undercover investigations I’ve conducted, this was by far the easiest. They were willing to pass out fraudulently obtained ballots like it was Halloween candy. With almost three-quarters-of-a-million inactive voters and no Voter ID law in place, we could have turned the election results for most major candidates in the state. What we uncovered in this video illustrates how easy it would be for a well-orchestrated campaign with no regard for the law to change the outcome of a major election. Voter laws across the country need to be changed immediately to prevent this sort of potential voter fraud.”     — James O’Keefe of Project Veritas

 

Keep this video in mind when the Senate Election in North Carolina between Democrat Kay Hagan and Republican Thom Tillis is decided by just a few thousand votes…

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