Undercover Journalists in New Hampshire find Democrat Poll Workers and Sanders Campaign Staffers Encouraging Voter Fraud!


It seems that voter fraud as a tactic for winning elections is still alive and well in the Democrat Party.

Four years after Project Veritas and James O’Keefe uncovered the un-democratic voting process in New Hampshire, where it was incredibly easy to commit voter fraud, they went back to the Granite State to see if things had gotten better. See, in 2012 when the first undercover videos of the terrible voting process in New Hampshire were first revealed, it spurred lawmakers to make changes and tighten up the voting day procedures. The new rules were supposed to make voter fraud much more difficult. Apparently, they didn’t work.

Project Veritas went back to New Hampshire on Primary Day last week and proved that it was just as easy to illegally vote in 2016 as it was in 2012. Why? Because Democrat campaigns and local poll workers were teaching people how to cheat the system.

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While the attempt to fix New Hampshire’s voting issues is appreciated, O’Keefe explains why it just isn’t working.

“The problem is that without identification and confirmation, someone could vote with a made-up name and address, and by the time the state found the fraud, the vote would have been long counted with no way to correct the wrong.” 

In the video you’ll see O’Keefe and his companions exposing the gaps in the system. One undercover investigator tells a poll worker that she wasn’t living in the state, “just trying to vote here.” She also added that she did not plan to stay indefinitely, which the New Hampshire law requires. The poll worker then advises the investigator to lie and say “If you want to vote today, you might want to tell them that you’re staying with a friend. And you’re here indefinitely, because it sounds like it’s true.” When the investigator explains that it’s not true, the poll worker tells her to say it anyway, otherwise she may not get to vote.

This is the very definition of voter fraud, folks. It doesn’t get much more explicit than that… well, actually, I guess it does, later in the video. Another investigator approached a staffer for the “Bernie” [score]Bernard Sanders[/score] (I-VT) campaign to ask if she could claim an address that is not her own in an effort to vote. The staffer replied, “You should.” Did you get that? A campaign worker for the Sanders campaign just told someone to break the law. When the investigator pushes and says I don’t know what address to use, “Can I use yours?” The staffer replies, “You can if you want.”

When Democrats try to pretend that Republicans want more measures in place to ensure a pure voting process, remember these videos. The truth is that Democrats are defending the “little guy” by making it easier to commit voter fraud. No, they’re defending their ability to illegally defraud the people and steal elections. If you have any doubts, just look at this video and then remember what happened when all the votes in New Hampshire were tallied.

Bernie Sanders defeated Hillary Clinton by 22%, over 55K votes, and yet Clinton walked away with the same amount of delegates to the Convention… meaning that they two actually tied in New Hampshire! In Iowa, where the two actually did tie the vote, Clinton somehow walked away with 6 delegates more than Sanders. At this point in the primary with only two states having voted and Bernie actually having won more votes than Hillary… Hillary leads the delegate count 431 to… 52.

The Democrats don’t care about democracy. They care about winning.

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