Voter Fraud: Project Veritas is Offered AG Holder’s Ballot in DC

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Eric Holder, the Attorney General of the U.S. and his Justice Department are vigorously challenging several states voter laws, most recently in Texas. Holder claims showing an ID to vote puts too much of a burden on minority voters.

Polls show a majority of voters are concerned about potential voter fraud. Now they have even more good reason to worry because James O’Keefe and Project Veritas have struck yet again to prove just how easy voter fraud can happen.

See how easy (h/t Breitbart):

Wow, just show up and ask for Attorney General Holder’s ballot and the election worker offered it right up. You don’t need no stinkin id to vote in Washington DC, but you will need an id to get into Holder’s Justice Department. For goodness sakes you need an ID to buy a bottle of cough syrup!

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bobmontgomery
April 9, 2012 3:38 pm

The corrupt Department of Justice says you shouldn’t have to show an ID to vote in a Federal Election, but the Feds will not allow a locality to repair it’s sidewalks unless it requires the local contractors to have all their ‘affirmative action’ and ADA compliance paperwork in order.
We passed Orwell’s *1984* long about, oh, 1984.

LadyImpactOhio
April 9, 2012 4:15 pm

In Ohio we need ID, but not a picture ID. Can be a utility bill, bank statement or paycheck stub. Still very easy to vote as someone else here but not as egregious as DC. So apparently the poll workers in DC have NEVER heard the name “Eric Holder” before even though the poll worker has on a USMC shirt.

bobmontgomery
April 9, 2012 4:32 pm

Hmmmm. Wonder how hard it would be to get Eric Holder’s tax refund deposited to my bank account?