Project Veritas Investigates: Voter Fraud
Dead men tell no tales, but as Project Veritas found in New Hampshire, they can still vote.
On New Hampshire Primary Day, Project Veritas sent a team of investigators into polling places with a list of deceased voters to see if they would be permitted to vote.
We tested more than a dozen polling places, simply walking up and stating the name of the deceased, and in all but one instance -- where an alert poll worker actually knew the recently deceased -- we were handed ballots.
While our investigators cast no votes and returned the ballots, there was nothing stopping our team, or anyone else, from illegally influencing the outcome of a presidential primary.
In fact, as shown in the video, Project Veritas investigators insisted on presenting identification in order to vote, but were told repeatedly, "you don't need it."
With the 8 vote margin in the 2012 Iowa Caucus, it is clear that voter fraud can influence the outcome of an election. It is important to note that Project Veritas' team had the ability to cast more than a dozen votes in this latest investigation.
More to come . . .
(Unlike the establishment media, Project Veritas works to release full, unedited versions of its investigations and stories. To see the unedited videos from part one of the Voter Fraud investigation, click here.)