James O’Keefe Video Shows Obama Reelection Campaign Caught Assisting With Voter Fraud

President Obama’s official reelection campaign, Obama for America has been exposed actively assisting voters in committing voter fraud. In video released by Project Veritas, Regional Field Director of Houston, Texas’ OFA office Stephanie Caballero is seen and heard giving an undercover reporter advice on how to vote for Obama in two different states.

The undercover reporter indicated to Caballero that not only was she eligible to cast a ballot in the state of Texas, but that she had obtained a voter registration card for the battleground state of Florida. Caballero then offered to print the forms necessary for the reporter to cast her Texas mail-in ballot for President Obama.

James O’Keefe of Project Veritas said “These individuals showed no concern whatsoever when our investigators declared their intention to vote multiple times for President Obama. In fact, they were happy to help, even going so far as to provide the forms necessary to commit the fraud and offering advice on how to avoid getting caught.”

Project Veritas has been working to expose voter fraud throughout 2012, most notably when an undercover reporter was able to obtain Attorney General Eric Holder’s ballot, but this has largely been ignored by the media and law enforcement. “But no matter how many times we’ve proven the danger,” said O’Keefe, “our concerns have been dismissed by the media while efforts to correct the problem at the state level have been actively blocked by the Obama administration. Now we know why.”

As for Obama for America, the campaign clearly doesn’t take voter fraud seriously at all. On the tape, Caballero says of the ability to vote twice for President Obama, “Oh my god this is so funny. It’s cool though!”

With mounting evidence that the Obama campaign directly assists with voter registration and consequently voter fraud, how much longer can it be ignored by the media? Is this October surprise a game-changer for the Obama campaign?

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  1. Mike Burkhart says:

    I want these people imprisoned.

  2. mark owens says:

    from what i saw and heard the worker was not trying to get the reporter to vote twice, but it was not discouraged either,
    the second example it was never divulged who the workers were representing
    ……not very compelling case against the obama machine….. and i was really hoping to be able to share this,,,, oh well

  3. Dan M says:

    I believe that voting is a right and a privilage not to be taken lightly, Far too many Americans died giving us this right,after all this is not American Idol where you can text in as many votes as you want to get a superstar his start.

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