Video: Undercover Reporter Catches Electoral Workers Breaking The Law

How is anyone supposed to believe election results when you have poll workers like this? A Project Veritas agent went undercover at a voting station in New Jersey and discovered firsthand that the rules are not being enforced when it comes to who can vote.

In a conversation between two election workers, one of them affirmed to the other that there was no true voter verification occurring at that location during the presidential election — and supported providing a ballot to the Veritas journalist posing as a non-registered non-citizen.

“Remember, we were allowing anyone to come in,” she said.

When addressing the Veritas journalist in disguise, one of the poll workers said she was willing to provide a ballot. 

“I’ll let you fill out completely a ballot now. Whether or not it’s going to count, I don’t know,” she said.

“Listen, we’ll let you do it.”

In a governor’s race that has been called with only about a one percentage point difference separating the candidates, this behavior is at the very least questionable.”

Watch The Clip Below. 

As Project Veritas pointed out, this is in violation of NJS 19:4-1 which states “non-citizens cannot vote for even register to vote.”

The undercover man said he’s actually an Irish citizen with a work visa. The poll worker affirmed that they were going to let him turn in a ballot and let someone else figure out whether it would count or not.

Project Veritas reminded the viewer that this too was in violation of the law NJS 19.34-20 which states “poll workers may not provide a ballot to someone not entitled to vote.”

According to the law in New Jersey, a poll worker giving a ballot to someone who cannot vote in the state is a “crime of the third degree” that can come with up to five years of imprisonment and up to a $15,000 fine.

This is how Dems intend to win in 2022 and 2024. New Jersey is a pretty blue state but still, they are watering down the votes of actual American citizens here, and there is no telling how common this is.

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