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Caught Again On Tape - Voter Fraud

Updated on October 16, 2012

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This coming election might bring the boom in voter fraud to new heights as Team Obama is frantic to try to hold onto power after 4 years of dismal failure after failure. These guys do make the Carter administration blush on the incompetence scale. One thing they do seem to be competent in is advancing voter fraud.

Depending on who you ask on the left be it a member of Team Obama, Democratic legislators or the Lame Stream Media it's all a right wing Republican conspiracy to suppress voter (read Democrat) turnout. So requiring an official photo ID and cross referencing voter rolls with other public records to insure accuracy equate to what? Give it a rest. That's akin to claiming that producing identification to cash a check is suppressing your right to pass bad paper. Both that and voter fraud are against the law.

Then we have our country's attorney general chirping away that "voter fraud is a problem that does not even exist?" That's akin to him saying that thousands of firearms never walked across our southern border on his watch. But both things happened and will probably continue to happen with Holder at the wheel of Justice.

Having written about this before I've had users come on a Hub and say it never happens, there is no proof, etc. So other users start hitting them with links showing where people are going to prison for the deed. Of course, they were framed? This article is focused on Project Veritas and James O'Keefe. Project Veritas is a non-profit organization that uses sting type tactics to uncover official corruption. Yes Virginia, official corruption does exist.

The scene you are about to watch was sent to my mailbox by James with a brief explanation. The scenario is Organizing for America Regional Field Director Stephanie Caballero, a salaried employee of the Democratic National Committee in Houston, Texas and an undercover reporter are discussing how to vote twice. The reporter has identified herself as an Obama supporter who has illegally registered in two states, Florida and Texas, and wants to vote in both states for the coming election. Caballero offers to print out a ballot that the reporter can mail to Florida while voting in Texas too. Watch the action.

You Won't See This Covered By The LSM

It's interesting to note that Caballero was fired after being exposed. Fired only after Representative Lamar Smith demanded that Team Obama, and by extension the DNC, fire any staffers caught in voter fraud shenanigans. It should be automatic but then again Obama did work for ACORN.

Isolated incident? Not in the least as the tape reveals. Veritas's latest work in Texas, New York, New Jersey and Connecticut has uncovered Obama campaign workers helping assist voters saying they want to commit election fraud to further the cause. What cause? Disenfranchising a legitimate voter by making their vote null and void? I have covered the same sort of conduct in previous Hubs where Project Veritas has gone into New Hampshire, Vermont and Minnesota with the same results. Elections officials with really loose morals and no standards in place to protect the vote were outed in those states. It's all been caught on tape so don't scream about someone lying. I sure have no reason to lie about the truth.

"Does Not Exist?"

There are powerful forces behind the left's efforts to fight voter ID laws. In my mind there is only one reason anyone could possibly have to object to showing a valid official ID card at the polls in order to vote. That would be that they aren't who they claim to be. If they aren't who they claim to be they should not be voting in this country. That's common sense. Eric Holder is doing his best to nullify state laws that require a voter to have an identification card even when the states are making obtaining one free of any charge.

All this nonsense about "voter fraud doesn't exist" is just that - nonsense. It is up to us as citizens to protect the vote. It is a sacred privilege and shouldn't be seen as suspect or be subject to abuse. We, as citizens, have the right to demand that our privilege as a citizen is protected. The majority of Americans support voter ID laws despite what Team Obama and his Attorney General think.

QUOTE OF THE DAY: "You cannot legislate the poor into freedom by legislating the wealthy out of freedom. What one person receives without working for, another person must work for without receiving. The government cannot give to anybody anything that the government does not first take from somebody else. When half of the people get the idea that they do not have to work because the other half is going to take care of them, and when the other half gets the idea that it does no good to work because somebody else is going to get what they work for, that is about the end of any nation."

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As Always,

The Frog Prince

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    • tsadjatko profile image

      6 years ago from now on

      Red-handed! Video snags Dem boss plotting vote fraud by Art Moore

      Congressman's son advises forging ID, relying on party lawyers

      The son of Rep. Jim Moran, D-Va. – who serves as the field director for his father’s campaign – has been caught on video advising an undercover reporter how to fraudulently cast ballots in the name of registered voters by forging utility bills and relying on the assistance of Democrat lawyers.

      James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas, known for its hidden-camera probe of the controversial national community organizing group tied to Obama, ACORN, carried out the investigation and provided the video exclusively to WND.

      Jim Moran, 67, a controversial figure in Congress, has been criticized for his collaboration with Islamic leaders with ties to terrorism. In 2003, Moran, then a regional whip in the House of Representatives, was punished by House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi after he suggested Jews were responsible for the push for war against Iraq.

      His son, Patrick Moran, was videoed by the undercover reporter Oct. 8 at the Cosi Restaurant in Arlington, Va., just across the Potomac River from the nation’s capital.

      The Project Veritas video shows the undercover reporter posing as a citizen concerned that the Democratic Party might lose power in the upcoming Nov. 6 elections. The reporter explains to Moran that he had been apolitical but got his girlfriend pregnant and was concerned about the political threat to the funding of “reproductive services.”

      The reporter, who approaches Moran at the restaurant, says he has a friend who found the names of 100 Virginia residents who have been registered the past three elections but have not voted.

      Moran initially thinks the reporter’s intent is to offer the registered voters a ride to the polling place on Election Day to ensure they cast their ballots.

      But the reporter states he and his friend actually want to vote in the name of the Virginia residents.

      The conversation goes like this:

      Reporter: There are 100 people who don’t vote. He’s looking for two guys to help him with. …

      Patrick Moran: Crank it out?

      Reporter: Yes. He’s got a van and he and me were going to go around.

      Patrick Moran: Rally these people up and get them to the polls.

      Reporter: Well, he was actually going to get in a van and vote for them.

      Patrick Moran: Ohhhh

      Reporter: I know, but –

      Reporter: It’s scary, but I’m not. … I don’t want to lose, and I’m frightened.

      Patrick Moran: Yeah.

      Later, Patrick Moran explains to the undercover reporter that new state voter ID laws will make his effort more challenging.

      In Virginia, a new law requires identification but allows a broad range of forms of verification, including utility bills, bank statements and library cards.

      Rep. Jim Moran, D-Va.

      Moran suggests creating fake utility bills to serve as voter ID. But he warns that there will be “a lot of voter protection” at the polling places to enforce the identification laws.

      “So, if they just have the utility bill or bank statement – bank statement would obviously be tough … but faking a utility bill would be easy enough,” Moran says.

      The reporter asks: “How would you do that?”

      “I mean, I would just find, I don’t know,” Moran replies. “I guess. …”

      “Microsoft Word and type it up,” offers the reporter.

      “Yeah, something like that,” says Moran.

      Moran emphasizes that the poll workers will be “trained up” on the new law to protect voters and “be cracking down.”

      If there’s any trouble, he says, an Obama for America lawyer, or another Democrat lawyer, will be on hand to provide help, he said.

      “You’ll have somebody in house, that if they feel that what you have is legitimate, they’ll argue for you,” Moran says.

      But he warns the reporter that the utility bill has “got to look good.”

      Later, at the Arlington County Democratic Party office, Moran advises the reporter to contact the registered voters on the list to make sure they don’t plan to cast a ballot Nov. 6. He suggests obtaining the information by posing as a pollster.

      Earlier this month O’Keefe’s team captured on video a regional director of the voter mobilization group launched by Barack Obama, Organizing for America, helping an undercover reporter vote for the president in two states.

      This year, Project Veritas says it has been conducting an ongoing series of investigations in more than a dozen states “demonstrating the ease with which election fraud can be committed and legitimate voters can be disenfranchised.”

    • The Frog Prince profile imageAUTHOR

      The Frog Prince 

      6 years ago from Arlington, TX

      Tsad and Mike - I have to wait because I'm taking five people to the polls with me that day. If you guys are alive make sure you drive 5 people you know there too :)

      The Frog

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      Old Poolman 

      6 years ago

      LOL - I already voted for the same reason.

    • tsadjatko profile image

      6 years ago from now on

      I'm voting tomorrow because I could die before November 6th, and not get to vote on Election Day. Of course, if I was a liberal, I could still vote then, and in all subsequent elections.

    • drbj profile image

      drbj and sherry 

      6 years ago from south Florida

      Your quote of the day says it all for me, Jim. Very powerful and absolutely true!

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      6 years ago

      Frog: Good to see that sting video. It's going to pretty tough for even a dyed-in-the-blue Dem to pooh-pooh that one...openly, at least.

      Voted Up and WAY Useful.

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      Dianna Mendez 

      6 years ago

      I remember voter fraud happening way back. Nothing new under the sun.

    • TheManWithNoPants profile image


      6 years ago from Tucson, Az.

      Just incredible. You have to show a picture I.D. for most everything including getting a job, so what are they ...?? Hmmmmmm ..

      good stuff jim!

      ~ jim

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      6 years ago

      Hi Texas Lady,

      I used to be an HP member, but had to quit most of the blogs I was a member of due to time constraints. I visit HP and post whenever Frog sends me a link to one of his threads.

      Thanks so much for the compliment.


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      Angela Blair 

      6 years ago from Central Texas

      Another zinger Frog -- voter fraud is just another cog in a nasty wheel of disservice to this country. Texas is famous for voter fraud -- particularly with all our illegal aliens -- and I'm holding my breath to see what scheme the dishonest will come up with for this election. Best/Sis

    • TexasLadyJuanita profile image

      Juanita Holloway-Walters 

      6 years ago from Kemah, TX

      Voted up. Also - Who is Stu? Great comment Stu. Who are you? No pagee like the rest of us. Just curious for some time now.

    • tsadjatko profile image

      6 years ago from now on

      Concerning computerized voting, anyone see this - you can read details below the video:

      The programmer claims that he designed and built a "vote rigging" software program at the behest of then Florida Congressman, now U.S. Congressman, Republican Tom Feeney of Florida's 24th Congressional District. Curtis says that Feeney "was very specific in the design and specifications required for this program." Curtis, "a life-long Republican" at the time, claims that it was his initial belief that Feeney's interest was in trying to stop Democrats from using "such a program to steal an election". Curtis had assumed that Feeney, "wanted to be able to detect and prevent that if it occurred."

    • 34th Bomb Group profile image

      34th Bomb Group 

      6 years ago from Western New York State

      FP - you know my story of chasing the car full of Black women all over the County a few years back, right?

      Where I live (Western New York) my vote doesn't count - these women were shuttling around to help a local candidate.

      It was disgusting. More disgusting I was told I couldn't arrest them.

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      6 years ago

      Hi Frog,

      The numerous reports of voter fraud are truly scary, and sadly the Democrats are not the only ones to blame. Very strong evidence has surfaced that voter fraud and delegate intimidation has occured at GOP primaries and caucuses. This is clearly an "equal opportunity" problem.

      Adding to the issues of voter fraud and delegate intimidation will possibly be fraud in the vote counting process. Obama has terminated our longtime contract with a US company that managed vote counting services for the federal government, and switched the contract to Spanish company Scytl. Immediately thereafter, Scytl purchased the largest US based vote collection service. So now Scytl, without any cross-company collusion, can rig the popular vote count. And this of course would lead to rigged electoral vote assignments, possibly leading to the loser winning the Presidency.

      Another major issue is the Admininstration's push to enable remote electronic voting over the internet and cellular systems. Since voter identity verification is very difficult using this protocol, the opportunities for ballot stuffing, voting by ineligibles, etc. are increased.

      I find it simply amazing that Holder doesn't think vote integrity is an issue. He squashed three major voter intimidation cases (SEIU, ACORN, and NBP) that were captured on videotape. Either he is brain dead, or simply derelict in duty. My guess is the latter.

      What's so frightening at the present time is that winning just three swing states, Ohio, Florida, and Virginia, could decide the election. If the "ACORN machine" and other abusive systems illegally pull just these three states in for Obama, Romney could lose the election due to voter fraud in just this small handful of states. Obama and his cohorts don't have to corrupt the voting process everywhere; alot of states can easily be predicted in advance, and any surprises in these states would stick out like a sore thumb. But the few big swing states will attract no shock no matter which way they go, as long as any voter fraud or vote counting fraud is well enough concealed.

      Make no mistake - Caballero was not fired for what she did; she was fired as damage control because she got caught. OFA will continue their dirty deeds, throwing members under the bus when necessary to protect OFA's "reputatation." OFA is just a shill for the DNC and Obama, and Caballero was (almost certainly) following OFA policy. She just made the mistake of getting caught in the action.


    • tsadjatko profile image

      6 years ago from now on

      Great hub Frog - You really make it crystal clear cutting through the fog the Demoncraps create about the whole subject. Here is another tidbit of undeniable truth, when 1,099 felons illegally vote in race won by 312 ballots, the Demoncraps are trying hard to paint as a lie.

      When these incidents are found you can bet it is just the tip of the iceberg - for every one revealed that strategy has gone on for years where ever they can employ it. It's like catching a burglar - it's never their first time.

    • Pamela99 profile image

      Pamela Oglesby 

      6 years ago from Sunny Florida

      Of course, no voter fraud is nonsense. I remember voter fraud as far back as the Kennedy election. Their motives are clear. Excellent article and will share.

    • The Frog Prince profile imageAUTHOR

      The Frog Prince 

      6 years ago from Arlington, TX

      Mike - Minnesota and Al Franken are a known case of how it works.


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      Old Poolman 

      6 years ago

      Jim, Jim, Jim, how many times do you need to be told there is no voter fraud before you start believing it? There has been a great deal of time and money spent to put our fears of voter fraud to rest, and still some feel voter fraud is alive and well. Many are now convinced this attempt to require voter ID is just to stack the deck by discriminating against those who just can't figure out how to obtain an ID card. Yet you, and I admit me too, still believe they are relying on voter fraud to win the election.

      Many of those objecting to voter ID claim discrimination against illegals in this country. Yet they say little or nothing about us not wanting dead people to vote. I guess it would not be PC to discriminate against the dead when it comes to voting.

      A few who object are now saying it might be OK, but not until after this election? Does that statement tell you anything?

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      6 years ago

      Excellent piece of writing about a subject that is never far from my mind For a civilized nation we really seem to enjoy channeling third world countries. I will share this important hub every single wayI can.


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