Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Project Veritas: Video II - Massive Voter Fraud

Scott Foval discusses the attempt to steal elections in Wisconsin.


SCOTT FOVAL, DEPUTY NATIONAL DIRECTOR, PEOPLE FOR THE AMERICAN WAY: If the car has a Wisconsin license plate and it's owned by a third entity then it's much harder to prove that these people drove in from out of state. There's no bus involved so you can't prove conspiracy.
Foval explains how canvassers get phony addresses.

He says that in Wisconsin getting caught is NOT a problem.
SCOTT FOVAL: The question is, whether you get caught by a reporter, does that matter? Because does it turn into an investigation or not? In this case, this state, the answer is no, because they don't have any power to do anything.

PROJECT VERITAS ACTION JOURNALIST: So, this is sort of maybe not stuff for the general but stuff to maybe hold off until...

SCOTT FOVAL: No, I think you should do it for the general.


SCOTT FOVAL: You have to do it in multiple states.


SCOTT FOVAL: So, what you do is you implement the plan on a much bigger scale. You implement a massive change in state legislatures and in Congress. So you aim higher for your goals, and you implement it across every Republican-held state.

PVA JOURNALIST: So, starting on the grassroots...

SCOTT FOVAL: Honestly, the ripest environment to do it in? Two, within striking distance. Michigan, Indiana. The least restrictive donation caps and campaign finance laws and investigative arms, and any of that. Like, they have weakened it so bad in these three states, you could fuck your mother in front of the governor and not go to jail. If you had enough money to go like this.

Feeling disenfranchised right about now. And disgusted.

The video then shows Bob Creamer, founder of Democracy Partners and husband of Illinois Democrat Rep. Jan Schakowsky. Foval describes him as "diabolical."

SCOTT FOVAL: Bob Creamer is diabolical and I love him for it. I have learned so much from that man over the last twenty years, I can't even tell you. And he calls me to be his firefighter a lot of the time, because there are people who in our movement will not do what it takes to get shit done. And I'm not that person. I'm the one they send when everything has gone to shit. And so he spends a lot of time on the phone with my boss asking me to go places that I don't wish to go.

We meet Cesar Vargas in the video. He's the founder of the Dream Action Coalition.

He talks about Hispanic voter fraud, saying if Trump is elected, they should utilize plans. He says, if Hillary Clinton is president, and "voting ID laws are loosening and we have much more opportunity for people to vote, and we have immigration reform, it's not going to be as significant."

Vargas admits to the PVA journalist that what he's doing is voter fraud.

The video concludes with a comment from Foval.

SCOTT FOVAL: We have to do a better job of making our people do what they're supposed to do. Not asking them. Making them. Not expecting them and taking them for granted but beating the shit out of them and then making them do it.
The mainstream media won't touch this.

Reality is irrelevant.

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