As democrats and George Soros continue to funnel millions of dollars into lawsuits to fight voter ID laws around the country, Project Veritas continues to reveal just how simple it is to take advantage of the current system to commit voter fraud.  The latest example comes from New York City as an undercover Project Veritas journalist walks into a polling station wearing a full burka and requests the ballot of one Huma Abedin.

Election Official:  “But your name is not in the book.  For some reason it’s not here, but that doesn’t mean you can’t vote by paper ballot.  You just can’t vote by machine.”

 

Project Veritas Journalist:  “So I can vote as Huma Abedin, but just with the paper ballot?”

 

Election Official:  “Whatever you want.”

 

Of course, this latest example comes after New York City’s Commissioner of the Board of Elections, Alan Schulkin (D), was caught on a secret video slamming Mayor Bill de Blasio’s municipal ID program as contributing to “all kinds of fraud” — including at the polls.  Within the video, Schulkin parts ways with the views of many in the Democratic party calling for voters ID laws saying “there is a lot of voter fraud.”  At one point, Schulkin even admits that campaign officials bus minorities from “poll site to poll site” so they can vote multiple times.

Here is a summary of some of the key comments from the NY Post (video below):

“He gave out ID cards, de Blasio. That’s in lieu of a driver’s license, but you can use it for anything.  But they didn’t vet people to see who they really are. Anybody can go in there and say, ‘I am Joe Smith, I want an ID card.

 

“It’s absurd. There is a lot of fraud. Not just voter fraud, all kinds of fraud . . . This is why I get more conservative as I get older.”

 

“Voters? Yeah, they should ask for your ID. I think there is a lot of voter fraud.  You know, I don’t think it’s too much to ask somebody to show some kind of an ID . . . You go into a building, you have to show them your ID.”

 

“They bus people around to vote . . . They put them in a bus and go poll site to poll site.”  Asked which neighborhoods, Schulkin said, “I don’t want to say.”  When the undercover mentions black and  Hispanic neighborhoods, Schulkin responded, “Yeah . . . and Chinese, too.”