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Caught on Tape: Salaried Obama Campaign Worker Helps Undercover Reporter Vote Twice

rwaterbury Wrote: Oct 12, 2012 12:48 AM
FYI -- Potential Voter Fraud is Rampant in Swing Voter States I am a registered voter in the state of Texas and was vacationing in North Carolina. While standing in front of a store in NC I was approached by a woman who asked me if I would like to vote in the state of NC. I replied saying that I am not a resident. She said that I don't really have to be a resident and that she could register me right here. But that would be voter fraud, I replied, asking further if she was checking to see if registrants were even legal residents of the state. She said "That ain't my job. I just get paid to register voters." When I asked who employs her she refused to answer.
csareus Wrote: Oct 12, 2012 8:26 AM
I guess there is no law prohibiting registering to vote anywhere...just illegal voting. One of the Alinsky rules is to overload the system until it crashes. If there are a massive registrations the election officials let everybody vote and try to sort them out later. Problem is, in the states ruled by democrats they never get around to sorting them out.

New video from Project Veritas shows an Obama for America campaign staffer providing advice and a ballot to an undercover reporter posing as an Obama activist about how to vote twice in the upcoming presidential election. The activist tells Obama for America Houston Director Stephanie Caballero, who is a salaried employee of the Democratic National Committee, she wants to vote in Texas and in Florida.


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