Democrat Leader CAUGHT Explaining How Democrats Use Voter Fraud in New York City!

The Manhattan Democrat representative to New York City’s Board of Elections was just caught confirming and explaining how Democrats use voter fraud to push their own agenda.

In an undercover video from Project Veritas, a New York based conservative watchdog group that has brought down ACORN, unmasked Planned Parenthood, and proved rampant voter fraud throughout the country, New York Democrat Alan Schulkin admitted that voter fraud in New York was endemic, and then explained how Democrats use it to their advantage.

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Schulkin primarily blamed Mayor Bill De Blasio’s munincipal ID program that provides identification cards for any city resident who wants one. Schulkin said that the ID program allows for “all kinds of fraud,” but that the ID is particularly useful for voter fraud.

“He gave out ID cards, de Blasio. That’s in lieu of a driver’s license, but you can use it for anything. But they didn’t vet people to see who they really are. Anybody can go in there and say, ‘I am Joe Smith, I want an ID card.’ It’s absurd. There is a lot of fraud. Not just voter fraud, all kinds of fraud . . . This is why I get more conservative as I get older.”

The Democrat also admitted that his party was illegally helping people commit voter fraud and that absentee ballot fraud was a major problem as well!

While discussing the potential for fraud, Schulkin volunteered that in some parts of the city, “they bus people around to vote . . . They put them in a bus and go poll site to poll site.”

Asked which neighborhoods, Schulkin said, “I don’t want to say.”

When the undercover mentions black and Hispanic neighborhoods, Schulkin responded, “Yeah . . . and Chinese, too.”

At another point in the conversation, he discussed potential absentee ballot fraud.

“Oh, there’s thousands of absentee ballots . . . I don’t know where they came from,” he said.

Schulkin also admitted that Republicans were right and voter ID laws were necessary if we want elections to be fair. When the undercover journalist asked him if he thought New York should have voter ID laws, Schulkin replied, “Voters? Yeah, they should ask for your ID. I think there is a lot of voter fraud.” The New York Democrat then continued, “You know, I don’t think it’s too much to ask somebody to show some kind of an ID . . . You go into a building, you have to show them your ID.”

Once again, the Democrat Party’s own corruption does them in… but will the media care? Will voters in New York care? Will voters across the country be listening? It’s hard to tell at this point, so it’s up to us (you and I, dear reader) to spread the message that the Democrat Party is filled with corruption, crime, and lies. We have to spread the message because the liberal media has no incentive to do so. If they speak out against their political partners it only hurts their cause, which is why they’ll do everything they can to distract us from the truth and to refocus us on something that Donald Trump has said or is about to say.

Don’t let them distract you.

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