Project Veritas sent an undercover journalist in a full burka to vote as Hillary Clinton’s top aide, Huma Abedin, in New York and she was told that even though she was not in the book, she could vote via a paper ballot.
Aside from exposing potential voter fraud, the best part of the video had to be when the undercover journalist said, “Okay, I’ll be back. I’m going to call my husband Anthony.” You can’t make this stuff up…
From Project Veritas’ description of their video along with their transcript:
Last December, Project Veritas caught NYC Democratic Commissioner of the Board of Elections Alan Schulkin on hidden camera at a United Federation of Teachers holiday party admitting that there is widespread voter fraud in New York City. He explained how Muslims can use burkas as a way to commit voter fraud.
Project Veritas wanted to test this theory by sending an undercover journalist dressed in full burka to Huma Abedin’s polling location to see if they could vote. Shockingly, an election official offered the PV journalist Huma Abedin’s ballot.
PV Journalist: “Not even just voter ID because of people voting twice, but people can like cover their faces, you know what I’m saying?”
Alan Schulkin: “The Muslims can do that too. You don’t know who they are.”
PV Journalist: “The Muslims, yeah. Especially, all those Burkas. Someone could claim oh it’s my religion, but you don’t know if they are pretending or not.”
Alan Schulkin: “Exactly.”
Alan Schulkin: “Your vote doesn’t even count even, because they can go in there with a burka and you don’t know if they are a voter. Your vote gets discounted because they come in there with a burka on and they can vote. People think that it’s a liberal thing to do, but I take my vote seriously, and I don’t want ten other people coming in negating my vote by voting for the other candidate when they aren’t even registered voters.”
Election Offical: “Goodmorning. Last name.”
PV Journalist: “Abedin.”
Election Official: “Abedin.”
Election Official: “And that’s your last name?”
Election Official: “And how do you spell Abedin?”
PV Journalist: “A B E DI N.”
Election Official: “I don’t know honey. I’m looking for it in the books. But your name is not in the book. For some reason it’s not here, but that doesn’t mean you can’t vote by paper ballot. You just can’t vote by machine”
PV Journalist: “Ok so I can vote today?”
Election Official: “By paper.”
PV Journalist: “So I can vote as Huma Abedin, but just with the paper ballot?”
Election official: “If that’s the name you voted with in the last election, and you haven’t changed your name?”
This is all a mirage, though, according to Democrats who say that this stuff never happens…