Skip to comments.Eric Holder Votes!
Posted on 04/09/2012 8:49:20 AM PDT by Presbyterian Reporter
The latest from Project Veritas is being headlined by Drudge. A young man walks into a polling place in Washington, D.C.the precinct where Eric Holder livesidentifies himself as Holder and asks for a ballot. No identification? No problem! Eric Holderthat is, anyone in the world who shows up and identifies himself as Holdercan cast a ballot in the Democratic primary. The video is intercut with footage of Holder denying that voter fraud is a problem:
Perhaps conservatives should go into Democrat voting districts and ‘ask’ for names. If given a ballot, throw it out or give it back. As long as you don’t state that your name is the asked name, the action would not be illegal.
I don’t think the young man identifies himself as Holder. That would be illegal and unwise. He asks the poll worker: Do you have an Eric Holder?
“”And without a hint of irony, MSNBC talking heads will speculate about the possibility of selected video editing.””
You get the comment of the day award!!!!!
Holder got Punked.
Fantastic video. Holder is a criminal, and proud to be one.
Yeah, I noticed that they were very careful how they went about doing this. They must have been researched well, to make sure they did not violate any voter laws while doing this. Even the first question, “Do you have the name Eric Holder on your list” is just a question...not a request for the ballot. Very smart.
Holder must always vote republican! :-)
301 views Uploaded by veritasvisuals on Apr 8, 2012 Poll Workers on Primary Day in Washington, DC offer US Attorney General Eric H Holder's ballot to vote... to a complete Stranger. Other voting locations in Washington, DC offer to sign for ballots. Eric Holder has said multiple times there exists no evidence of Voter Fraud. 961 likes, 17 dislikes
Does Holder have his hand on the voting lever?
That was hilarious!!!
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