Via, another fun one from James O’Keefe and Project Veritas. Just try not to laugh at the line about sealcoating driveways. One interesting difference between this clip and the now-famous vid in which Eric Holder’s ballot was obtained: In that case, the impersonator at least provided the ballot registrar with Holder’s address as evidence that he was the Eric Holder who was registered to vote there. That’s the most rudimentary “proof” of ID possible, but at least it’s something. In this clip, all the impersonator offers is a name. Maybe he gave an address in each case too and it was edited out in the interest of brevity, but it wouldn’t surprise me if the registration process is so arbitrary that the information demanded differs from one polling place to the next. In fact, there’s proof that that’s true in this very clip. Watch to the end and you’ll see that the registrar did ask for ID from a female impersonator. Why did she need ID when the male impersonator didn’t? No one knows.

Exit question: They’re really going to give you a ballot in exchange for signing “X” on a line? Good lord.