Project Veritas founder James O'Keefe has released videos from three states that show his undercover colleagues easily gaining access to ballots for dead and living people and even registering to vote as Tim Tebow and Tom Brady.
Thus far, O'Keefe's efforts have been dismissed by the Justice Department and Attorney General Eric Holder himself. The latest Project Veritas video shows a young white man getting easy access to Holder's ballot in the District of Columbia primary on April 3 since not photo identification is required. O'Keefe tells us what message he's trying to send to Holder and state leaders around the country about the need for Voter ID laws.
''We're just trying to show the weaknesses in the system and show it's so incredibly easy to commit voter fraud.
"We're going into the District of Columbia and exposing the most powerful legal position in the country, his own personal ballot is being comprised," O'Keefe told WND.
He says the Justice Department reacted by describing the video as a "stunt."
"This manifestly damning video wrecks the narrative of the ideological hacks working in the Justice Department," exclaimed O'Keefe.
O'Keefe reveals how two states have passed Voter ID legislation in the wake of his videos and how leading Democrats in those states have been more outraged by his actions than by the apparent ease of committing voter fraud. And he reveals what the next videos from the D.C. primary will show.