Democratic Operatives Caught Encouraging Voter Fraud

James O’Keefe and his Project Veritas has it again.

The group that exposed corruption at ACORN, NPR, NJEA and SEIU has recorded employees of the Democratic National Committee and Organizing for America, the community organizing arm of the Obama campaign encouraging people to vote twice and helping them to do so in the upcoming presidential election.

Think voter fraud is not a problem in New Jersey?  Watch the video until the end.  A New Jersey Democrat in front of a Bob Menendez sign recognizes O’Keefe from the ACORN video sting. Its pretty funny.

Posted: October 11th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: 2012 Presidential Politics, 2013 Gubernatorial Politics, James O'Keefe, Project Veritas | Tags: , , , | 7 Comments »

7 Comments on “Democratic Operatives Caught Encouraging Voter Fraud”

  1. What Was That Lil Bobbie said at 7:44 pm on October 11th, 2012:

    About Republican Voter Fraud?

    Will these people be fired like those the Florida GOP found?

    Hmmm, me thinks not because it’s too late.

    Sure, keep on laughing Bobbie Boy, like those in the video, will people vote illegally.

    No one knows how many illegal double votes slip thru. And when you get to razor thin margins, the need for voter id exists.

    There SHOULD also be a way to cross by computer with other states so that people can not maintain two (or more) voter registrations.

    If there is ONE illegal vote, the system is not secure.

  2. Bob English said at 8:10 pm on October 11th, 2012:

    Wimpyboy…one of these days you are going to realize that there are different types of voter fraud. People voting in two different states??..that does ocurr like in the instance of the Maryland Republican Congressional candidate who did just that.

    Absente ballot fraud???…that is know to widely occur. Number of laws passed by Republican Legislatures to combat absente ballot fraud=0. Gee I wonder why??

    Same day voter impersonation fraud???? Known to be extremely rare with states like Pennsylvania unable to point to one case EVER.

  3. Bob English said at 8:16 pm on October 11th, 2012:

    I should have noted the women in Maryland was a D and not an R. I would bet there are a ton of people who are registered in Florida and NJ or NY. I would also bet that most do not realize they are doing something wrong. But, that is not solved by govt issued id’s and is not same day voter impersonation. I actually agree with the first post on the point that states should/could cross check registrations.

  4. Edith T. Nowels said at 8:45 pm on October 11th, 2012:

    Oh well….who cares about PRINCIPLES these days?????

  5. Interesting Though Girly Boy said at 10:57 pm on October 11th, 2012:

    That South Carolina & PA voter id laws held up. Unfortunately justice will be delayed.

    The point is that there IS INDEED voter fraud. What are YOU doing to support any program to cut ANY of it?

    Zip, Zero Nada As It Seems. You just seem to be throwing road blocks in front of every idea.

    BTW, Ryan the clear winner tonight. Biden blew it with the laughing, sneering, joking and otherwise rude behavior

    It reinforced what we already knew about Biden, a fool.

    Ryan, cool, calm, methodical and respectful. Just what we want in a future President.

    Interesting how Biden lied about things being forced on Catholic institutions, that was in insult to all intelligent people and Good Catholics.

    Also sad how Biden threw the intelligence agencies under the bus about Libya, saying it was an intelligence failure YET, Bite Me also had the gual to them say that the intelligence community was good enough to let us know when Iran was close to getting a nuke.

    Sad & Desperate. That’s how Plugs Biden seemed.

    Biden lied about the Embassy not asking for help. That was made clear by several people over the last couple of days at the hearings.

  6. Bob English said at 8:29 am on October 12th, 2012:

    Wimpyboy…I support efforts to end voter fraud that is known to actually exist. I don’t support new govt issued photo id rquirements that many of the aprox 20 million legally registered voters would have trouble meeting especially seniors and those living in poverty.

    Regarding the debate…I think both sides that are already committed to a candidate will take away from the night that their guy did very well. Politics asside, both projected an image that they would be more than able to assume the Presidency which is probably what voters are most concerned about when it comes to VP candidates. Will be interesting to see the opinions/impressions of previously uncommitted voters. As far as impact on the election goes, I am not sure if it has much. The most one sided VP debate of all time was in 1988 (Benson/Quayle) when Benson dominated in every way possible. When it came to the general election though, Bush won easily.

  7. Girly Boy Bobbie said at 9:23 am on October 12th, 2012:

    There Are MANY Ways For Those Seniors To Complete The Requirements. Am Not Opposed To Easier Routes For Them As Long As They Demonstrably Prove Who They Are.

    Over Time, The Citizenry Will Obtain ID’s As The Older Population Passes On, The Younger Generations Will Have Obtained Them

    You Do Know That In NJ You Have To SUBSTANTIALLY Prove Who You Are To Obtain A Driver’s License. I Wonder How Many Of Those 20 Million Comply With Requirements Like These Across The Country And Obtain Drivers Licenses.


    Thus diminishing your argument.


    In then end, what DO you propose to end Voter Fraud?

    Biden was a laughing stock, LITERALLY.

    Laughing his fool head off during discussions about serious issues like Libya, unemployment, ect.

    Voters will see him for the fool that he is.