'Ridiculous,' said Obama, but no, mass voter fraud exists

 
'Ridiculous,' said Obama, but no, mass voter fraud exists
A shocking new video shows proof of widespread voter fraud during the 2016 Democratic primary election.

Previously, a new video investigation by James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas, proved very dirty tricks and violence that the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) are involved in, called “bird-dogging”:

VIDEO: 'Bird-dogging' - Video sting investigation reveals violent tricks by Hillary camp

And in the second video, Project Veritas' undercover journalists uncovered evidence that operatives working for the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee are willing to engage in massive voter fraud:

VIDEO: Rigging The Election - Mass Voter Fraud

Trump has repeatedly said that the election may be rigged, but Obama rejected Trump's statement, calling it "ridiculous." He said "Of course the elections will not be rigged. What does that mean?"

And now this video emerges on top of James O’Keefe’s exposures. Watch the video below and see how easy it's done.

As the video states, "They did it once. They'll do it again."



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