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Project Veritas Action Reveals the Diabolical Step-By-Step Voter Fraud Strategy

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Democrats Have Been Rigging Election for Fifty Years and Here Is the Proof

(New York) - Project Veritas Action has released the second video in a multi-part series that is sending shockwaves through the DNC and the Clinton campaign. The first video explained the dark secrets and the hidden connections and organizations the Hillary Campaign uses to incite violence at Trump rallies. This latest video takes the investigation even further.

Several Project Veritas Action undercover journalists catch Scott Foval, the National Field Director for Americans United for Change, saying, "we've been bussing people in to deal with you f...' a.....s [Republicans] for fifty years and we're not going to stop now, we're just going to find a different way to do it."

One of the highest-level operatives for the DNC who admits to being "no white knight" said that the Democrats have been rigging elections for fifty years.

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."

How do they keep it a secret from the American people and the FEC? Foval explains, "So you use shells. Use shell companies."

The final straw is Foval and the Democrats don't think journalists, the media or the law can do anything to stop him, the DNC and the Hillary Clinton campaign. "The question is, whether when you get caught by a reporter, does that matter? Because does it turn into an investigation or not? In this case, this state, the answer is no, because they don't have any power to do anything."

Foval thinks we don't have the power to stop him and his shady and corrupt tactics to rig this election.

NOTE: Video contains graphic language.

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