Voter Fraud Exposed? James O’Keefe Releases Second October Surprise Video Claiming To Show Clinton Campaign Organizing Mass Fraud

A plan to commit mass voter fraud may have been exposed, with a video from a controversial filmmaker that claims to outline how Democrats under Hillary Clinton have been scheming to violate federal laws to bring voters to the polls.

The video hit the internet on Tuesday afternoon via Project Veritas, an outfit run by conservative James O’Keefe. The video follows up on one from the same group released on Monday that claims to show Democrats using provocateurs to encourage violence at Donald Trump rallies.

The latest video shows Scott Foval, the National Field Director for Americans United for Change, appearing to admit to rigging elections. Project Veritas included details of Democrats allegedly busing voters to the polls to vote illegally.

“Foval then goes on to explain the sinister plot and how they avoid getting caught. The undercover reporter asks why they can’t just “bus in” voters, but get them to use their own personal vehicles. Foval describes how they avoid being detected and free of criminal charges. ‘Would they charge each individual of voter fraud? Or are they going to go after the facilitator for conspiracy, which they could prove? It’s one thing if all these people drive up in their personal cars. If there’s a bus involved? That changes the dynamic.'”

James O’Keefe has been releasing a series of undercover videos, including one last week that appeared to show New York City Democratic Commissioner of the Board of Elections Alan Schulkin admitting to widespread voter fraud in the form of busing voters from polling place to polling place to vote multiple times.

This week began a series of videos focused on Hillary Clinton and others working on behalf of the Clinton campaign. On Monday, Project Veritas released a video that appeared to show campaign groups bragging about paying provocateurs to encourage violence at Donald Trump rallies.

As Breitbart noted, the evidence appeared to point to efforts coordinated directly with Clinton’s campaign.

“O’Keefe’s extensive video investigation reveals that the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) are involved in ‘bird-dogging’ and other provocative tactics through a web of consultants led by Robert Creamer, a veteran Chicago activist and convicted felon who is thought to have planned Democrats’ political strategy during the push for Obamacare in 2009 and 2010.”

The video was wildly popular with Trump supporters, racking up hundreds of thousands of views on YouTube within just a few hours.

O’Keefe said that Monday’s video came after a year of investigation that included infiltrating the Clinton campaign, “from the bottom all the way to the White House.”

But despite what appeared to be politically damaging evidence, James O’Keefe’s video found coverage across mainstream media. It was picked up by a number of right-leaning news sits and was featured on Monday night’s episode of The Sean Hannity Show.

The lack of coverage likely comes from the connection to James O’Keefe, who made his name in conservative journalism through a series of videos that later turned out to be deceptively edited. He first gained fame in 2009 for a video that claimed to show employees of ACORN helping a self-professed pimp to apply for benefits that would allow him to conceal his sex trafficking crimes.

The videos created a backlash against ACORN, but later investigations found that O’Keefe failed to show ACORN employees responding appropriately. O’Keefe eventually paid a $100,000 settlement to Juan Carlos Vera, an ACORN employee who was fired after the video’s release.

O’Keefe himself was among those complaining on Monday about the lack of coverage, and also what appeared to be a blackout on YouTube.

But the media silence on his series of October Surprise videos has done little to slow James O’Keefe, who has promised more videos to come after Tuesday’s release.

The latest video claiming to outline mass voter fraud can be seen here.

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