Here’s another black eye for the integrity of the voting process in a key swing state in the midterms on Tuesday — North Carolina.
Conservative activist James O’Keefe, whose undercover work last week showed Democrat campaign workers readily condoning voter fraud, as Western Journalism reported, has released another incriminating video that suggests the potential for voter fraud in the Tarheel State is widespread.
According to the Daily Mail, O’Keefe’s Project Veritas now has visual evidence that North Carolina election officials repeatedly offered ballots to an impostor who arrived at polling places with the names and addresses of “inactive” voters who hadn’t participated in elections for many years.
Now O’Keefe has strolled into more than 20 voting precincts in Raleigh, Durham and Greensboro, N.C., proffering the names of people who seldom vote in order to test the integrity of the election process. It seems to have failed on a massive scale.
“I just sign this and then I can vote?” he asked one poll worker. “Yep,” came the reply.
In a series of undercover videos over the years, O’Keefe has repeatedly exposed misbehavior, fraud, and even potential criminal activity involving ACORN, lax border security, and even the illicit trade in taxpayer-provided “Obama” phones.
But he told the Daily Mail that this latest undercover work at various North Carolina polling places was unique.
“Of all of the undercover investigations I’ve conducted, this was by far the easiest,” he said Monday.
“They were willing to pass out fraudulently obtained ballots like it was Halloween candy.”
Questions about the integrity of the ballot process in North Carolina are especially critical because of the hotly contested Senate race between incumbent Democrat Kay Hagan and GOP challenger Thom Tillis.