Voter Fraud Bombshell: Campaign Managers, Supervisors, and Field Workers Are Caught Advising Illegal Aliens That It's OK to Vote Because They're 'Registered'
[Editor's Note: North Carolina campaign managers and workers for Sheriff, Judge, state legislature and Democrat US Senator Kay Hagan, were caught on video advising people who identified themselves as illegal aliens that it would be "OK" for them to vote just as long as they were registered as voters and had ID, demonstrating just how easy it is for illegal aliens to become registered voters using Obama's DACA cards, or school ID, or a driver's licence, or other forms of ID that illegal aliens have been able to obtain in recent years thanks to the efforts (and money) of the World Conquerors and their "pro-immigration" minions on the Left and of course, the Obama administration. The video also demonstrates the moral bankruptcy of the individuals involved in political campaigns showing that winning office for their candidate (and gaining a job for themselves) is the only thing that matters. As the video indicates, it's a FELONY to knowingly advise an illegal to vote in a US election, but it's doubtful if any of these people will be charged, even though they were caught red handed. Is there any reason to think that this same scenario of Democrat campaign workers advising illegals to vote - "as long as you're registered" - is not taking place in the remaining 49 states? The last 6 years has resulted in 8 million new registered voters that even NPR admits is "largely hispanic." How many of those 8 million were bona fide American citizens and how many of them were illegals? If campaign workers and illegal voter alike were arrested and prosecuted for the criminal fraud they are committing, then this egregious assault on the integrity of the U.S. voting process would end overnight. Photo ID seems to be the only practical solution.]
By John Fund
October 30, 2014
Could non-citizen voting be a problem in next week’s elections, and perhaps even swing some very close elections?
A new study by two Old Dominion University professors, based on survey data from the Cooperative Congressional Election Study, indicated that 6.4 percent of all non-citizens voted illegally in the 2008 presidential election, and 2.2 percent in the 2010 midterms. Given that 80 percent of non-citizens lean Democratic, they cite Al Franken ’s 312-vote win in the 2008 Minnesota U.S. Senate race as one likely tipped by non-citizen voting. As a senator, Franken cast the 60th vote needed to make Obamacare law.
North Carolina features one of the closest Senate races in the country this year, between Democratic incumbent Kay Hagan and Republican Thom Tillis. So what guerrilla filmmaker James O’Keefe, the man who has uncovered voter irregularities in states ranging from Colorado to New Hampshire, has learned in North Carolina is disturbing. This month, North Carolina officials found at least 145 illegal aliens, still in the country thanks to the Obama administration’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, registered to vote. Hundreds of other non-citizens may be on the rolls.
A voter-registration card is routinely issued without any identification check, and undocumented workers can use it for many purposes, including obtaining a driver’s license and qualifying for a job. And if a non-citizen has a voter-registration card, there are plenty of campaign operatives who will encourage him or her to vote illegally.
O’Keefe had a Brazilian-born immigrant investigator pose as someone who wanted to vote but was not a citizen. Greg Amick, the campaign manager for the Democrat running for sheriff in Mecklenburg County (Charlotte), was only too happy to help.
Multiple NC Campaign Workers Willing to Aid Non-Citizen With Felony Kay Hagan Votes
Greg Amick (GA): Here’s a couple of things you can do. You do not have to have your driver’s license, but do you have any sort of identification?
Project Veritas (PV) investigator: But I do have my driver’s license.
GA: Oh, you do. Show ’em that and you’re good.
PV: But the only problem, you know, I don’t want to vote if I’m not legal. I think that’s going to be a problem. I’m not sure.
GA: It won’t be, it shouldn’t be an issue at all.
GA: As long as you are registered to vote, you’ll be fine.
But North Carolina officials shouldn’t be “fine” with Amick, who appears to be afoul of a state law making it a felony “for any person, knowing that a person is not a citizen of the United States, to instruct or coerce that person to register to vote or to vote.”
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