In this new video released by Project Veritas, James O’Keefe exposes what everyone except Democrats have known to be true. There is a lot of voter fraud.
In the video, NYC Democratic Commissioner of the Board of Elections Alan Schulkin is caught on hidden camera at a United Federation of Teachers holiday party admitting that there is widespread voter fraud in New York City.
“Yeah, they should ask for your ID. I think there is a lot of voter fraud,” said Schulkin, who elaborated on the types of voter fraud that are taking place in New York.
“You know, I don’t think it’s too much to ask somebody to show some kind of an ID…Like I say, people don’t realize, certain neighborhoods in particular they bus people around to vote,” said Schulkin.
In yet another slap in the face for an already reeling Europe, moments ago Austria’s Constitutional Court ruled on Friday that the presidential runoff election must be held again, handing the Freedom Party’s narrowly defeated candidate another chance to become the first right-wing head of state in the European Union. Norbert Hofer of the anti-immigration FPO lost the May 22 vote to former Greens leader Alexander Van der Bellen by less than one percentage point, or around 31,000 votes, all due to mailed-in ballots.
This prompted a loud outcry of allegations that the vote had been rigged. As it turns out the allegations were spot on.
Austrian Freedom Party presidential candidate Norbert Hofer
As a reminder, one month ago – in the aftermath of the Freedom Party candidate’s loss by a negligible margin in the Austrian presidential runoff election – five voting districts were being investigated over postal vote irregularities in the close-run presidential election. Allegations of fraud arose from the far-right Freedom party of defeated candidate Norbert Hofer, after the Green candidate Alexander Van der Bellen just scrapped ahead with 31,000 votes when the postal ballot was counted. As a result, the anti-immigrant Freedom Party had challenged the election result earlier this month, alleging “catastrophic” violations of election law, especially in how mail-in ballots were processed.
Many were sceptical that anything of substance would be found, and yet that is precisely what happened: as the WSJ reports, the court found law violations in “many districts” in how the May 22 second-round vote was carried out, Mr. Neuwirth said. “It is for the [Constitutional Court] completely clear that the laws that regulate an election must be applied rigorously.”
“The challenge is granted,” chief justice Gerhart Holzinger said in announcing the verdict in Vienna
“I will say this: We now have the weapons we need to break through the idiotic there aint no conspiracy, I can drink my F*ing beer crowd. The Newt Gingrich video below, where he spills the beans on trump not being a secret society insider proves in a less than two minute video that the conspiracy is real, and if someone calls you a conspiracy nut after seeing it, you have my full permission to beat the hell out of them, an action I would now strongly encourage if they are that freaking dense.
There are more. I will dredge them up, but for now, for God’s sake download this Newt Gingrich video that blows the entire conspiracy wide open and share it with people, at this point there is probably nothing better that I can do. I now think the Donald “drumpf” report is probably bogus.”
BLOCKBUSTER: NEWT GINGRICH CONFIRMS TRUMP IS NOT PART OF SECRET SOCIETY
“He’s an outsider, he’s not them, he’s not part of the club, he’s uncontrollable. He has not been through the initiation rites, he did not belong to the secret society”
This video is a major problem for the global elite, Newt might get nailed for messing up this badly.”
Really? And who would believe Newt Gingrich?
How can he possibly know that Trump is NOT part of a secret society???
Let’s first take a look at Donald Trump (before we look at Newt Gingrich):
A group of Republicans is moving quickly to research ballot-access requirements for independent candidates in case Trump wraps up the GOP nomination next month.
Conservative donors have engaged a major GOP consulting firm in Florida to research the feasibility of mounting a late, independent run for president amid growing fears that Donald Trump could win the Republican nomination.
A memo prepared for the group zeroes in on ballot access as a looming obstacle for any independent candidate, along with actually identifying a viable, widely known contender and coalescing financial support for that person. The two states with the earliest deadlines for independent candidates, Texas and North Carolina, also have some of the highest hurdles for independents to get on the ballot, according to the research.
They are all puppets (like Bush, Obama and Clinton).
Mike Adams of Natural News:
“I forced myself to watch the Fox News Republican debates last night, wondering if anybody would stand out from the 17 candidates.
But what really stood out was the obvious fraud and bias from Fox News itself, which spoon-fed softball questions to Jeb Bush (scripted!) while viciously smearing Donald Trump.
What’s obvious — and horrifying — is that Fox News is pushing hard for Jeb Bush to be the nominee.
If the 2016 election comes down to another Clinton / Bush fiasco, I think I’m going to puke… America has become a dynasty of two corrupt families running their criminal enterprises disguised as “government.””
17 Entered… Despite the onslaught of attacks from the other 16 GOP Presidential nominee candidates, Donald Trump came out the ‘winner’ in his usual brash manner threatening to run as an independent and able to dominate the conversation, pitbull back at any jibes, and shrug off cozy Clintonite comments. Ted Cruz and Rand Paul appeared to have a strong showing but “had a tough night” in Trump’s words. Rick Perry blew up again, calling the former President Ronald ‘Raven’ – which his team vehemently denied the entire FOX watching audience heard. Carly Fiorina easily won the undercard against a field of has-beens and wannabes and surely deserves some more top-billing in the next Republican death-match. In the immortal words of Kenny Rogers, we hope a few of the 17-strong gaggle now “know when to fold ’em,” and can we suggest Rick Perry’s corner “throws in the damn towel.”
Donald Trump, who became the center of attention in the race for the 2016 Republican U.S. presidential nomination with his denunciation of illegal immigrants from Mexico, has vaulted into a virtual dead heat with Jeb Bush atop the field, a Reuters-Ipsos poll released on Saturday showed.
Trump, a billionaire real estate developer, had the support of 15.8 percent of respondents in the online poll of self-identified Republicans compared to 16.1 percent for Bush, a former Florida governor.