Voting Fraud Investigation Compromises Eric Holder's Identity

Posted: Apr 12, 2012 12:01 AM

James O'Keefe is back, this time exposing the ease of voter fraud in the nation's capital.  On primary election day April 3, O'Keefe was offered the ballot for U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder after simply stating his name and address.  O'Keefe even volunteered to show identification, to which the poll worker says, "You don't need it.  It's all right.  As long as you're in here, you're on our list, and that's who you say you are, you're okay" – which, by the way, is in compliance with Washington, DC voting regulation.

Last month, James O'Keefe exposed how shockingly easy it was to register NFL celebrity quarterbacks Tom Brady and Tim Tebow to vote in Minnesota without any form of personal identification. O'Keefe was actually handed handfuls of voter registration forms to complete – no ID required. (Click here) Now he has exposed the ease of voter fraud right under the Attorney General's nose.

Holder has consistently been a defender of lax voting regulation and oversight maintaining that there "is no proof that our elections are marred by in-person voter fraud." The AG dismisses efforts to strengthen voting identification requirements claiming voter fraud is a "problem that doesn't exist."

O'Keefe's Project Veritas is a non-partisan national effort to expose the ease of voter fraud and the possible corruption of American elections. FYI – in Roman mythology, Veritas was the goddess of truth.