Saturday, February 18, 2012

Project Veritas Investigates Voter Fraud

Project Veritas Investigates Voter Fraud In Minnesota 


During today's Presidential Caucus in Minnesota, voters may be surprised to see the ease in which individuals may register to vote for themselves or others without identification requirements of any kind.

In advance of the 2012 Presidential Caucus, Project Veritas' investigators visited the Land of 10,000 lakes yesterday and inquired with voter registration officials if they could register on behalf of others . . .

. . .including the names of today's NFL star quarterbacks:

Project Veritas Investigator: "Thomas Brady he just happened to be assaulted in Minnesota so he's going through a lot of depression so he can't come in to register to vote.

Voter Registration Official: That's all right . . . if he fills this form out, then he would get on the list where he would automatically, every election, get one of these forms in the mail which he would then fill out and mail to us and then we would send him a ballot.

Project Veritas  Investigator: "Timothy Tebow, he got in a car accident recently and I don't think he's going to be able physically to come in to cast a ballot to vote"

Voter Registration Official:  He can always absentee vote.

After visiting five voter-registration offices, Project Veritas' investigators were provided with dozens of voter-registration applications that simply had to be mailed back with no identification, notarization, or other means of verification. [Full]

Res Ipsa Loquitur


Anonymous said...

You will recall that Al Franken eventually won the election by 800-some votes. Later it was discovered that over 1000 ex convicts who were not entitled to vote had in fact registered and voted illegally. How many of those voted Republican, I wonder.

--Senor Sapo

Anonymous said...

I often wonder why I bother to vote. Of course, this year in Texas, we may not get the districts drawn in time for the entire state to vote.


TimO said...

Voter registration needs to be on a national registry (not state) and be tied to our Social Security numbers. That would stop all this tomfoolery immediately and not cost a fortune.

Rodger the Real King of France said...

We all bother to vote because optimism - fortified by a willingness to smite when smiting is necessary - is an American virtue. Wouldn't you agree?

TomR armed in Texas said...

mary - we have the districts drawn. It is just that the Texas hating Feds don't like our legally drawn districts. They want more minority guaranteed lines.

Buzz D said...

I live in Minnesota. Last time I voted (really everytime), I showed my Military ID. The person at the table said "you don't have to show your ID." I said "Yes I have to, half the voters here are not eligible, and I want to prove that I am eligible." I got a really good snear on that remark.

Anonymous said...

If voting changed anything they'd have made it illegal years ago.

Anonymous said...

Last time I went to vote [CA] I offered my ID. You'd have thought I offered an cranky rattlesnake.


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