Monday, April 09, 2012

O'Keefe Strikes Again: Project Veritas Worker Offered Attorney General Eric Holder's Ballot

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has been using the force of the Justice Department to attack state voter ID laws like the one Indiana has had on the books for years that has been upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court. The Democrats are perturbed that these laws make it more difficult for some elements within the Democratic Party to carry on the vote fraud activities that they have found so easy to carry on within heavily Democratic jurisdictions for many years. James O'Keefe's Project Veritas has left several state election officials red-faced as his workers have demonstrated in numererous primary elections this year just how easy it is to commit in-person vote fraud in states without voter ID laws. In last week's D.C. primary, one of O'Keefe's workers requested a ballot using the name of none other than U.S. Attorney Eric Holder. Yes, he was offered Holder's ballot without a blink of the eye. It is astonishing that the poll worker obviously had no idea who Holder was despite the important position he holds in the federal government. The same worker demonstrates in the video that he would have been required to show an ID in order to gain access to the Justice Department building in Washington where Holder works.

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