Video Proof – Democrats Break the Law to Win Elections

Video provocateur James O’Keefe is back with more undercover video showing Democrat activists breaking the law in an attempt to win elections. Mr. O’Keefe has a long history of proving that Democrats can be very undemocratic when it comes to winning elections. In fact, it seems that they would rather win by cheating and breaking the law than lose an honest election.

Watch as the folks at Battleground Texas lie, cheat and steal in an attempt at “turning Texas blue.”

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Look – how do Republicans organize to win an election? We ask our constituents to go vote. We hold Tea Party rallies where we sing the National Anthem, we pray, we have an apple pie eating contest, and we encourage people to vote.

How do the Democrats organize to win an election? They brainstorm for any possible way to get the victory. Have dead people vote? Check. Bribe homeless people to vote? Check. Keep the military from voting? Check. Lie, Break Laws, Cheat, Steal, Vandalize? Check, check, check, check and check!

James O’Keefe has made a career of proving that Democrats will do ANYTHING to get their way, and that usually means they are lying to us and breaking our laws.

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