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Project Veritas Exposes DNC Staffer Offering Advice on Double Voting

posted at 5:16 pm on October 10, 2012 by

In an email sent from Project Veritas today, they detailed how their “investigators went INSIDE Organizing for America headquarters in Houston and captured footage of paid campaign workers and other volunteers conspiring to commit election fraud in FIVE different states! This explosive new footage proves everything we’ve been saying all year long about the ease with which fraud can be committed – as well as the REAL reason the media is suppressing this scandal. Thanks to our fearless investigators, they can’t hide the truth anymore.”

This footage was recorded on September 7.  Organizing for America is the community organizing arm for the Obama campaign through the Democratic National Committee.

Stephanie Caballero is the salaried regional field director caught on film detailing to the undercover how to cast a ballot twice for President Obama.  The discussion to commit voter fraud apparently amused Caballero who said, “oh my God, this is so funny. It’s cool though.”

However, Jon Cassidy’s October 1o column in Ohio Watchdog quoted J. Christian Adams, “a former Justice Department elections lawyer” saying, “you can’t vote twice in a federal election…obviously, this Stephanie Caballero doesn’t find it as offensive as I do that someone may be planning to vote twice. Specifically, Adams said, voting twice violates 42 U.S.C. 1973i (e), which states that anyone who “conspires with another individual for the purpose of encouraging his false registration to vote… shall be fined not more than $10,000 or imprisoned not more than five years.”

Nevertheless, despite this video, some public officials still insist that voter fraud is a non-issue. Dustin Hurst, another contributor to from Montana, wrote today that:

Montana Secretary of State Linda McCulloch, in a scathing editorial published Sept. 4 in The Missoulian, assured voters that shrieks of Treasure State voter fraud amount to crying “wolf.”

“Those who use the same anecdotal stories while providing no facts or proof are no different than the little shepherd boy who cried ‘wolf’ when there was no wolf,” McCulloch warned.  “Eventually, no one paid any attention to his cries. I am confident Montana voters will do the same.”

Though McCulloch provides an ironclad guarantee that voter fraud never occurs within state borders, a different election official on Tuesday told that the fraud-by-absentee-ballot process demonstrated in O’Keefe’s video is theoretically possible in Montana.

Still, liberals, on the whole, feel that voter fraud is a trivial issue or one that is driven by racial overtones.

UPDATE: Here’s the Brooklyn, Florida, and Minnesota footage.  My good friend and Resistance 44 colleague Erin Haust is featured in this video capturing the reactions from Obama staffers when she conveys her intention to commit voter fraud to help Obama.

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This is how a republic ends.

WitchDoctor on October 10, 2012 at 6:12 PM

we have to keep hammering this problem (yeah I hear all the time that it is a phony problem).

we can’t prevent multiple votes across wards within a single city. expand that across cities within a state. then expand that across state lines to states like Wisconsin that allows same day registration (and early voting gives them time to vote at home and take a ride).

attempts to purge the voter rolls seem to get as much push-back as voter ID…I think that where there’s smoke…

teejk on October 10, 2012 at 6:45 PM

This is how a republic ends.

WitchDoctor on October 10, 2012 at 6:12 PM

Dead people have been voting since the 50s. There are many other reasons why our republic is on the brink.

fossten on October 10, 2012 at 7:14 PM

Remember…. it’s only voter fraud if Republicans do it….

ultracon on October 10, 2012 at 8:13 PM

I am happy to see that these low-level Obama operatives seemed surprised when they heard some people were voting twice.

At least they didn’t act as though everyone they knew was doing it.

J Baustian on October 11, 2012 at 2:31 AM

“Those who use the same anecdotal stories while providing no facts or proof are no different than the little shepherd boy who cried ‘wolf’ when there was no wolf,” McCulloch warned. “Eventually, no one paid any attention to his cries.”

So let it be with those who howl “Racism!”

Olo_Burrows on October 11, 2012 at 4:32 AM

The Party of “vote early, vote often” is involved in voter fraud? Who’da thunk it?

squint on October 11, 2012 at 6:11 PM

I wonder what the Iraqi voters who risked gunfire to go to the polls think of all this.

samharker on October 12, 2012 at 10:35 AM

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