Second O’Keefe Video Alleges Democratic Operatives Navigating Legal Obstacles to Voter Fraud

By Dustin Siggins Published on October 18, 2016

Project Veritas has released a second video exposing the Clinton campaign, this one alleging Democratic operatives tied to the Democratic National Committee and the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign have engaged in widespread voter fraud. (Warning: very bad language.) The first, reported earlier today, revealed that the Clinton campaign and the DNC had paid to incite violence at Trump rallies.

In the video, Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe noted that Americans United for Change’s (AUC) Scott Foval – who was in both videos discussing alleged work to create violence at Trump rallies – was fired by AUC. This was confirmed by Fox News via a statement from AUC:

AUC did not immediately respond to The Stream’s attempt to confirm when Foval left the organization’s employment.

In the video, Foval discusses how to get around voter fraud prevention efforts in Wisconsin. He told a Project Veritas investigator that he prefers using cars over buses in order to make prosecution of either illegal voters or those facilitating illegal voting harder. When the investigator mentioned using a rental car, Foley said that he preferred Used Car Auction “because rentals here…most of them don’t have Wisconsin license plates.”

According to Foval, he looks at avoiding prosecution by thinking “backwards from how they would prosecute if they could, and then try to build out the method to avoid that.”

You Can’t Do That, But Apparently You Can

Another liberal activist caught on tape is attorney and DREAMer Cesar Vargas. Founder of the Dream Action Coalition, he allegedly told a Project Veritas investigator that he supports having legal voters get multiple forms of identification in order to vote multiple times through his organization’s infrastructure.

Vargas pushed back against the video on Facebook, saying on Tuesday afternoon that Project Veritas investigators “didn’t expect for me to tell them that we confront both Democrats and Republicans and that we organize for our families not a political party. No surprise, they deleted this and many other parts and they just edited the video to distort the story.” Vargas included what he said was the deleted section in his Facebook post:

Whatever I told this group is what I tell everyone in public: we fight for our family not for a political party. Of course, little do they know there is a transcript of our conversation to confirm I told them it was illegal that voting twice was illegal:

PV: But you can do that. You can’t do that under the same name. So he (fake character) wants to devise a way…

CV: Again, you cannot vote twice. Even if you are the same person.

Another long-time activist is Robert Creamer. The husband of Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-IL) and founder of Democracy Partners, he appeared willing to give a Project Veritas investigator the names of large Hispanic voter registration groups to “see what their thoughts are.” He offered the names and a willingness to “chat” with leadership of those groups after the investigator outlined a strategy to provide Hispanic voters to be considered state citizens for the possibility of voting multiple times.

Citing Foval, the investigator told Creamer that to be considered a citizen, someone needs “an ID card of any kind…and a pay stub that shows you’re getting paid at a local address some place.”

The investigator then said that if he “hired people and I had addresses for them, I could write them checks for those, I could them as day laborers or whatever and use them and find my way around the voter I.D., the voter registration laws for Hispanics.”

It was at that point Creamer offered his assistance, noting that “there are a couple of different organizations, that’s their big trick.”

O’Keefe promised in the video that his group will release new videos through Election Day 2016.

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