Project Veritas Releases Video Highlights Dems Urging Illegals To Vote

Democrats are for voter fraud when it helps them

As Allahpundit notes

Man, did O’Keefe pick the right moment and the right state for this clip. By now everyone in conservative media has seen that bombshell Old Dominion study claiming that Democrat-heavy non-citizen votes may have delivered a Senate seat to Al Franken six years ago, which made a filibuster-proof majority possible for ObamaCare two years later. That same study claimed that Obama’s 2008 margin of victory in — ta da — North Carolina might also have been provided by non-citizens. And now here we are, five days away from a major midterm election in which control of the Senate hangs in the balance, and Kay Hagan’s leading Thom Tillis by one thin point in good ol’ NC. If she wins that race by a thousand votes, you’ll have confidence in the integrity of the outcome, won’t you?

No wonder Democrats are so virulently against voter ID. Oh, and giving drivers licenses to illegal aliens.

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7 Responses to “Project Veritas Releases Video Highlights Dems Urging Illegals To Vote”

  1. […] Project Veritas Releases Video Highlights Dems Urging Illegals To Vote. […]

  2. Jeffery says:

    The ODU study has been debunked.

    Perhaps the Dems are justified in combating the voter suppression and gerrymandered districting of the Republicanistas.

  3. gitarcarver says:

    The ODU study has been debunked.

    Jeffery has been caught in another lie here.

    The study has not been “debunked,” it has been challenged by some left wing people.

    The done was done by a non-partisan group and then attacked by people with an agenda. If the study was non-partisan and made a claim that Jeffery agreed to, a conservative disagreeing with the study would immediately be dismissed by Jeffery.

    Once again we see that Jeffery has trouble with the truth and consistency in his arguments.

  4. Jeffery says:

    Garbage in, garbage out.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/monkey-cage/wp/2014/10/27/methodological-challenges-affect-study-of-non-citizens-voting/

    The ODU political “scientists” methodology, even if adequate, depended upon on the:

    “… Cooperative Congressional Election Study data to make inferences about the non-citizen voting population. That critique has some merit, too. The 2008 and 2010 CCES surveyed large opt-in Internet samples constructed by the polling firm YouGov to be nationally representative of the adult citizen population. Consequently, the assumption that non-citizens, who volunteered to take online surveys administered in English about American politics, would somehow be representative of the entire non-citizen population seems tenuous at best.”

    In addition, the ODU conclusions are inconsistent with the rest of the field.

    The far-right is pimping an unsound study, that is an outlier in the academic field, to help them enact policies that the ODU study states won’t even help the non-existent problem they made up!!

    gc consistently Denies truth, logic and reason. Religion, global warming, voter suppression…

  5. gitarcarver says:

    Thanks for the laugh Jeffery.

    Michael Tesler is a known far leftist who has stated that the only reason people don’t like Obama is his race.

    If someone on right said anything about a study that concluded something you agreed with, you would dismiss their comments because of your perceived bias. Yet because Tesler agrees with what you hope is true, you accept his position as gospel.

    Once again we see the hypocrisy in you.

    But as you are fond of quoting his opinion piece, maybe you should have quoted his final paragraph:

    To be sure, my quick analysis does not at all disprove Richman et al’s conclusion that a large enough number of non-citizens are voting in elections to tip the balance for Democrats in very close races.

    Isn’t that a hoot?

    Your own far left wing source doesn’t support your assertion that the study has been “debunked.”

    It must suck to be caught in so many lies like you are. (Well, that would be assuming you had any morals, which we know is a stretch.)

  6. Jeffery says:

    poor qc,

    Too precious.

    Can’t make an argument so he denigrates others.

    Is there a reason you don’t wish to discuss the quality of CCES “dataset” based on internet surveys? This is the question that other political scientists and sociologists are asking.

    Garbage in, garbage out, garbage spread by right-wingers, as long as it supports their cause.

    Enjoy your win! Several states are suppressing voters with the Supreme Court’s blessings!

    RIP America, RIP.

  7. gitarcarver says:

    Can’t make an argument so he denigrates others.

    Gee, and here I thought that the argument that your stance was not only hypocritical, but not supported by your own source was a good argument – one that you can’t refute.

    Oh wait….. I get it.

    You’re back to the “I am just going to ignore anything that I don’t believe.”

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