Veritas Exposes MASSIVE Voter Fraud Scheme In Texas, Woman Says $55,000 Gets FIVE THOUSAND VOTES

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  1. People who blatantly run voter fraud scandals… that should be a capital crime and if found guilty, the only sentence available is the death penalty. We're talking about the integrity of this nation… traitors during war do less harm to this nation than people like that woman is suggested to be doing.

  2. None of this is new. This has been a staple of the democrat playbook for over twenty years. Anybody that is shocked by that video is just dangerously naive and hasn't been paying attention.

  3. They are gonna lie cheat steal and kill harder than ever this year. These people are criminally insane. The left has gone off the farm for good.

  4. is election fraud not treason? ….. i think it should be held in the same regard … there is a reason soooo many people dont vote… they dont believe in the system… make voter fraud a high crime and it wont be so rampant! … lets be real, commies took over our country decades ago … they dont blow up bridges … the infiltrate and subvert … we are finally coming together as a country and starting to see it now! #wwg1wga

  5. Hey guess what Tim, Republicans are ballot harvesting in California by setting out UNOFFICIAL ballot collection boxes. I’m sure they gotta pay someone to take those ballots to the election board. ??‍♀️

  6. Jesus Christ Tim… you’re really losing it! Here are the facts about “Project Veritas”!
    “Project Veritas is an American right-wing activist group founded by James O'Keefe in 2010. The group uses undercover techniques to reveal supposed liberal bias and corruption and is known for producing deceptively edited videos about media organizations and left-leaning groups. In a 2018 book on propaganda and disinformation in U.S. politics, three Harvard University scholars refer to Project Veritas as a "right-wing disinformation outfit". In March 2020, The New York Times published an exposé detailing Project Veritas' use of spies recruited by Erik Prince, to infiltrate "Democratic congressional campaigns, labor organizations and other groups considered hostile to the Trump agenda". The Times piece notes O'Keefe's and Prince's close links to the Trump administration, and details contributions such as a $1 million transfer of funds from an undisclosed source to support their work. The findings were based in part on discovery documents in a case brought by the American Federation of Teachers, Michigan, which was infiltrated by Project Veritas.

  7. Really?? You think that project veritas being labeled as a disinformation organization, started with the my pillow guy? Really??? You try so hard, it’s HYSTERICAL! Project Veritas was founded in 2010 by James O'Keefe.

    During the 2016 campaign, the organization falsely claimed to have shown that the Hillary Clinton campaign accepted illegal donations from foreign sources. O'Keefe was sued for defamation by a man he wrongfully depicted as a "willing participant in an underage sex-trafficking scheme"; the suit led to a settlement in 2013, in which O'Keefe issued an apology and paid $100,000.

    In 2017, Project Veritas was caught in a failed attempt to trick The Washington Post into posting a fabricated story about Roy Moore. Rather than uncritically publish a story that accused Republican candidate Moore of impregnating a teenager, The Washington Post critically examined the story that they were presented with, checked the source, assessed her credibility and ultimately found that there was no merit to her claims, and that instead Project Veritas were trying to dupe The Washington Post.

    O'Keefe has been barred from fundraising for Project Veritas in Florida and other states because of his federal criminal record for entering a federal building under fraudulent pretenses.”

  8. You could’ve easily attached the links to your sources, in the description Area of your video. But you don’t… The only thing you put in the description area, are the links for people to send you money. What does that say about you? Well, it says that you’ll do anything to make money…. even if it means SPREADING DISINFORMATION!