How Easy Is It To Commit Voter Fraud? Watch This Guy Steal EMINEM's Ballot.

While Democrats continue to laugh off the idea that lax voter ID laws lead to voter fraud, reporter James O'Keefe went undercover to demonstrate yet again just how easy it is to cheat the system.

This time O'Keefe was able to walk up and request the ballot of Marshall Bruce Mathers III, better known as star rapper Eminem.

In the video, O'Keefe strolls into Eminem's primary polling location in Clinton Township, Michigan. When he tells the volunteers that he doesn't have his ID, they say it's "all right" because he's going to sign the form, so no worries.

One of the volunteers recognizes the true name of the famous rapper, but O'Keefe just says there's no relation.

After proving he can effortlessly commit voter fraud, O'Keefe steps into the hall to celebrate by "calling" Suge Knight, CEO of Death Row Records.

To add some atmosphere, O'Keefe and his team do their best impression of the rapper, calling for reform to the flawed system.

Video below:

The sting is a part of a series featuring Michigan's primary election. "Undercover reporters from Project Veritas have already released videos where they could have obtained the ballot of Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, State Senator Morris Hood, MI House Democratic Leader Tim Greimel as well as several area journalists," notes Veritas.

The Duggan video resulted in O'Keefe being threatened with legal action from the mayor's office. Here's Project Veritas' lead-in to the video:

In this video, Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe confronts Detroit’s chief attorney Melvin “Butch” Hollowell about the video released earlier today showing how easy it would have been to have voted using Mayor Mike Duggan’s ballot.

O’Keefe went to the mayor’s office hoping to obtain a comment from Mayor Duggan or a spokesperson about the video. Instead of appreciating that Project Veritas exposed a loophole in Michigan’s voter ID law, Hollowell said “So you know that you’re an accessory to a crime.”


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