James O’Keefe is an American hero. He and his organization, Project Veritas, have helped expose fraud and corruption and various failings by our government that should be concerned with serving the American people.
He has shown time and time again how easy it is to commit voter fraud in various states. Partly because of his effort to shine a light on this perversion of representative democracy, New Hampshire implemented a voter ID law. Voters must show ID at the polls. Even college IDs are accepted. Should a voter have no ID, he or she can sign an affidavit attesting to their identity and their vote can still be counted. Though the Democrat governor vetoed the legislation, New Hampshire’s legislature acquired the votes necessary to overrule his veto.
So, now that New Hampshire has embraced the “one person= one vote” mentality, how is it faring?
The below video shows poll workers advising Project Veritas reporters on how to commit voter fraud by voting in a state in which they are not residents.
“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,” O’Keefe notes in his video.
A poll worker named Susan advised a Project Veritas reporter to make-up a false story to be able to vote in the state.
“I’m not living here, I am just trying to vote here,” the undercover journalist stated. He continued by saying that he did not plan to remain in the state “indefinitely,” a requirement under New Hampshire law.
“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,” the poll worker advises.
“Okay, yeah. Not 100 percent true though,” the journalist responds.
“Right, but you’re here indefinitely, and you’re staying at your friend’s house, and you’ll be about to vote,” Susan says. “Otherwise, I don’t know.”
There is something so threatening about honest elections to Democrats. The principle that the people ought to decide who represents them in our republic is an affront to the “we know best” mantra that permeates every facet of liberal ideology.