ERIC HOLDER CLAIMS NO PROOF OF VOTER FRAUD, YET HIS BALLOT OFFERED TO ANOTHER IN INVESTIGATION
Without violating any laws, James O'Keefe entered the polling place of Attorney General Eric Holder during the recent Primary held in Washington DC. Upon approaching the poll worker O'Keefe asked if he had an Eric Holder. The poll worker immediately looked into the list and offered O'Keefe Holders ballot for voting without an reservations or question even though Eric Holder is a well known person.
O'Keefe stated that he had forgotten his ID in the car and the poll worker told him it was not necessary only the fact that he was present and signed his name would allow him to vote as Eric Holder. O'Keefe insited he would be more comfortable with his ID and the worker let him leave to retrieve it upon which O'Keefe left the polling place with proof positive that voting fraud is not only possible but a reality even though Eric Holder himself claims it does not exist and there is no proof.
Currently South Carolina and Texas are suing the Justice Department for blocking laws in both States which require voters to present a legal picture ID in order to vote. Holder has issued orders from the Justice Department preventing these States from the requirement stating that it is discriminatory and unnecessary since voter fraud is not proven and a violation of civil rights.
Yet in order to do just about anything else a legal picture ID is required as proof but to vote the AG and Obama administration do not see it necessary to prove who you are. Just show up, state any name and you can vote. Thanks to Mr. O'Keefe the proof that Holder says does not exist has gone viral on the web and shows voter fraud to be a problem in this country.