Does voter fraud actually exist?
If you ask members of the Obama administration, Democratic lawmakers or the left-leaning media, they often argue it's a myth concocted by Republicans to suppress Democratic turnout.
Even U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has called voter fraud "a problem that does not really exist."
But what you won't see in most of the nation's headlines is the series of explosive investigations by patriot James O'Keefe and his nonprofit, Project Veritas.
In stunning video footage (called "DNC Staffer Assists Double Voting In Support of Obama" on YouTube), a top Obama campaign worker gleefully helps an undercover reporter obtain ballots in two states. The reporter identifies herself as an Obama supporter who has illegally registered in Florida and Texas.
Organizing for America regional field director Stephanie Caballero -- a salaried employee of the Democratic National Committee in Houston -- offers to print out a ballot the reporter can mail to Florida.
"Oh, my God, this is so funny," Caballero says. "It's cool, though."
She advised the undercover reporter to say "I don't know" to anyone who might check.
Caballero was fired after the video's release, but only after House Judiciary Committee Chairman Lamar Smith demanded that the Obama campaign and DNC terminate staffers who engaged in voter fraud.
However, this was no isolated incident. Project Veritas' latest effort in Texas, New Jersey, New York and Connecticut shows Obama campaign workers helping people who want to commit election fraud.
In April, I wrote about investigations in Minnesota, New Hampshire and Vermont, where O'Keefe obtained ballots by using celebrity names, such as Tom Brady and Tim Tebow, and even the names of some of the 1.8 million people who are deceased but still registered voters. Video proof from Eric Holder's own voting precinct in Washington, D.C., revealed that voter fraud is alive and well in the nation's capital.
O'Keefe promised to release more videos as long as the Obama campaign, Congress, governors, attorneys general and the media continue to downplay his investigations.
Obama campaign staffers are only doing what they are told and emulating what they see as acceptable to their leaders. Meanwhile, the Obama administration is working to nullify state laws enacted to prevent voter fraud.
As WorldNetDaily reported, the Advancement Project -- a powerful group with leaders who have donated tens of thousands of dollars to the Obama campaign and DNC -- also has been waging a war against voter ID laws.