“He does” Support Unions, But “don’t say that to people!” IN Senator Donnelly Masks Union Support, Says Wife Jill Donnelly

[icon size=”14″ icon=”icon-circle-full” display=”true” ][/icon]”I wouldn’t say anything about unions… just say he’s for working families.”
[icon size=”14″ icon=”icon-circle-full” display=”true” ][/icon]”Right to Work is a headline to pay people less than what they – but we can’t say that.”
[icon size=”14″ icon=”icon-circle-full” display=”true” ][/icon]Jill Donnelly: “He does” Support Unions, Just “don’t say that to people!”
[icon size=”14″ icon=”icon-circle-full” display=”true” ][/icon]Campaign Volunteer and Union Member: “… his career began through organized labor” “He’s got like a 98% AFL-CIO voting record”
[icon size=”14″ icon=”icon-circle-full” display=”true” ][/icon]Donnelly Has to Play Down Being Liberal “especially in Indiana, just because like, it’s so conservative.”
[icon size=”14″ icon=”icon-circle-full” display=”true” ][/icon]”I know for a fact that he’s losing voters [be]cause of Kavanaugh… [be]cause he voted no.”


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(Indianapolis) Project Veritas Action Fund has released undercover video from current US Senator Joe Donnelly’s campaign. The video reveals that he masks his support of unions because of how polarizing they are in Indiana. This is the ninth undercover video report Project Veritas has released in a series revealing secrets and lies from political campaigns in 2018.

Said James O’Keefe, founder and president of Project Veritas Action:

“We have seen this consistently in our investigations this year…where politicians say one thing publicly, and another thing privately.”

“Don’t say that to people!”

Featured in this report is Senator Joe Donnelly’s wife, Jill Donnelly, and a campaign volunteer, Tony Flora, a supporter of Senator Donnelly since 2004, and a member of the National Letter Carriers Union. They both say that the Senator cannot publicly support unions:

JOURNALIST: ” Oh Jill. Yeah, sorry just a quick question. I was talking to Mary um, what’s Senator Donnelly’s take on uh like, “Right to Work”? Do you know? We looked it up-”

JILL DONNELLY: “You wanna answer this or do you want me to?”

FLORA: “No.”

JILL DONNELLY: “Work – It takes away worker’s rights and destroys unions… He’s for working families… I wouldn’t say anything about unions.”

FLORA: “Yeah, we don’t use that either it’s for working families.”

JILL DONNELLY: “Don’t use unions, just say he’s for working families…”

Donnelly continued, saying “we can’t say that”:

JOURNALIST: “Okay, [be]cause we were looking up – trying to look it up. And it was like, right to try instead.”

JILL DONNELLY: “No… Right to Work is a headline to pay people less than what they – but we can’t say that.”

When asked whether or not to bring up unions to voters, Donnelly and Flora both say, “no.”

“But he supports the unions, right?”

JOURNALIST: “But he supports the unions, right?”

JILL DONNELLY: “Don’t say that to people!”

JOURNALIST: “… I’m just wondering for myself to-”

FLORA: “Yes, yes.”


FLORA: “He’s a big AFL-CIO, he’s got like a 98 percent AFL-CIO voting record.”

Flora and Donnelly both agree that while they think that “Right to Work” helps workers, they can’t say so to voters:

JILL DONNELLY: “[Right to Work] helps workers, but you can’t say it.”

FLORA: “Can’t say it.”

JILL DONNELLY: “When [voters] say how does he feel about Right to Work, you’ll say he’s for working families.”

Especially in Indiana…

Another individual who works on Senator Donnelly’s campaign, David Madden, says that Donnelly has to suppress his liberal views because Indiana is “so conservative”:

JOURNALIST: “… it’s almost like Donnelly has to play down being liberal. Does that make sense?

MADDEN: “Yeah, he does. Especially in Indiana, just because like, it’s so conservative.

Will Talcott, another individual working on the Donnelly campaign, says that Donnelly is losing voters because of his decision to vote against the confirmation of then-Judge Brett Kavanaugh, and that Senator Donnelly tries to play safe politics to get elected:

TALCOTT: “I know for a fact that he’s losing voters [be]cause of Kavanaugh.”

JOURNALIST: “[Be]cause he voted no.”

TALCOTT: “[Be]cause he voted no… [Donnelly] tries to sort of make it about things that are tough to say no to. Like, I’m gonna keep your healthcare. No one’s gonna get pissed about that.”

Fake Moderates

This is the ninth release in a series Project Veritas Action Fund began publishing in October 2018 exposing dishonesty and unethical conduct in elections across the country.

View the other investigative reports in this series:


“Nobody needs to know” Beto Campaign Appears to Illegally Spend Funds on Supplies for Caravan Aliens, Campaign Manager Says “Don’t Worry”

[icon size=”14″ icon=”icon-circle-full” display=”true” ][/icon]”I just hope nobody that’s the wrong person finds out about this.”
[icon size=”14″ icon=”icon-circle-full” display=”true” ][/icon]”It’s f***ing happening.” O’Rourke Campaign Staff Uses Pre-Paid Cards for Honduran Alien Supplies
[icon size=”14″ icon=”icon-circle-full” display=”true” ][/icon]”Don’t ever repeat this…” Campaign Staffers Explain How to Hide Campaign Expenditures for Aliens
[icon size=”14″ icon=”icon-circle-full” display=”true” ][/icon]”If you get caught in some sort of violation that’s like a $50,000 fine,” “For me I can just ignore the rules and I’m like f**k it.”
[icon size=”14″ icon=”icon-circle-full” display=”true” ][/icon]Transporting Aliens to “airports… bus stations,” “None of this is like sh*t there is a rulebook for”
[icon size=”14″ icon=”icon-circle-full” display=”true” ][/icon]Staffer Says She Sent Confirming Texts to Director


(Austin) Project Veritas Action Fund has released undercover video from current Congressman and US Senate candidate Beto O’Rourke’s campaign. The video exposes how his campaign staff appear to be illegally using campaign resources to buy supplies and help transport Honduran aliens. This is the eighth undercover video report Project Veritas has released in a series revealing secrets and lies from political campaigns in 2018.

Said James O’Keefe, founder and president of Project Veritas Action:

“Charity and helping your fellow man are things we applaud at Project Veritas Action.  The problem is, you can’t break the law when you do it.” 

“Don’t ever repeat this”

Featured in this report are campaign staffers who work on Congressman O’Rourke’s US Senate campaign discussing how they use campaign resources to help Honduran aliens and transport them to airports and bus stations. Said Dominic Chacon and AnaPaula Themann, who work on O’Rourke’s campaign:

Chacon: “The Hondurans, yeah… I’m going to go get some food right now, like just some stuff to drop off…”

Themann: “How did they get through?”

Chacon: “Well I think they accepted them as like asylum-seekers… So, I’m going to get some groceries and some blankets…”

Themann: “Don’t ever repeat this and stuff but like if we just say that we’re buying food for a campaign event, like the Halloween events…”

Chacon: “That’s not a horrible idea, but I didn’t hear anything. Umm, we can wait until tomorrow for that.”

Themann: “Well that’s exactly the food we need. And I will just mark it as, I do have dozens of block walkers.”

Using “pre-paid credit cards” … “some sort of violation”

A Project Veritas Action attorney reviewed the footage and assessed:

“The material Project Veritas Action Fund captured shows campaign workers covering up the true nature of spending of campaign funds and intentionally misreporting them. This violates the FEC’s rules against personal use and misreporting. It also violates Section 1001, making a false statement to the federal government. The FEC violations impose civil penalties, including fines of up to $10,000 or 200 percent of the funds involved. Violations of Section 1001 are criminal and include imprisonment of up to five years.”

Chacon and Themann also explain how they go about concealing their use of campaign funds for alien support purposes:

Themann: “There’s actually stores that just mark it as ‘food’ they don’t mark different types… at Albertsons, on the receipts, it marks it just based off of brand…”

Chacon: “I think we can use that with those [campaign pre-paid] cards to buy some food, all that s**t can be totally masked like, oh we just wanted a healthy breakfast!”

Themann says that she doesn’t “want to make it seem like all of us are from [the O’Rourke campaign]” when going to distribute supplies to the Honduran aliens. She adds, “I just hope nobody that’s the wrong person finds out about this.”

Chacon elaborates on the usage of pre-paid campaign cards, saying, “We’re going to use more of those cards to get them more supplies too. So it’s all going to work out. I’m done being nice. I’m done being professional. [Be]cause nothing is professional. None of this is like s**t there is a rule book for, you know?”

Later in the report, Chacon also reveals “there’s not really an approval process” regarding the usage of the pre-paid cards, and that “we can just go and get the food and we can come up with a BS excuse like as to why we needed to get this stuff.” He adds, “Under the table just sort of do it.”

“Nobody needs to know”

Chacon explains that Jody Casey, the campaign manager for the O’Rourke campaign, was happy to hear about their efforts supporting aliens with campaign funds:

Chacon: “She texted us afterward and was like, I’m so happy that we have a staff that gets it and was there, I was so happy to see y’all there, still working, still contributing, we have the best team ever… she was good about it.”

Journalist: “So, Jody knows?”

Chacon: “Well, she doesn’t know we used the pre-paid card, but she doesn’t need to know.”

Added Chacon, when discussing the possibility for using campaign vans to help the Honduran aliens, “we could probably get away with using the vans… Nobody needs to know.” Chacon also says, “For me, I can just ignore the rules and I’m like f**k it.”

When asked about using campaign resources to help the Honduran aliens, Casey said “don’t worry”:

Journalist: “It just made me really concerned, like, you know, because I know that we’re using some of the campaign resources to help with the migrants and like, I just didn’t want anybody to get in trouble with that…”

Journalist: “Like I didn’t want them to ask me any questions about people using resources…”

Jody Casey: “Don’t worry.”

Andrea Reyes, who also works on the O’Rourke campaign, revealed that she has text messages showing she received approval for using the pre-paid cards:

Reyes: “The thing is yeah, as long as we’re not advertising it. I mean yeah, I don’t really know. They said it was fine sooo *throws hands up* I mean I don’t know, okay. I told you about it! I have the text messages to prove it, sooo…”

Journalist: “So you told Jody?”

Reyes: “Yeah. I told Jody and I told my director.”

When asked about using campaign vans to assist the Honduran aliens, Chacon reveals that they are going to transport the aliens to airports and bus stations:

Chacon: “… we’re going to give rides to some of the immigrants too. Like to the airport, to the bus station, like why not, you know?”

More Elections…

This is the eighth release in a series Project Veritas Action Fund began publishing in October 2018 exposing dishonesty and unethical conduct in elections across the country.

View the other investigative reports in this series:

FL Governor candidate Andrew Gillum

Gillum Makes Promises He Can’t Keep, “that’s not for [voters] to know” Says Campaign Staff in Undercover Video

[icon size=”14″ icon=”icon-circle-full” display=”true” ][/icon]Empty Promises Exposed: “Fairy tales in the modern day begin with ‘once I am elected.'”
[icon size=”14″ icon=”icon-circle-full” display=”true” ][/icon]Deceiving Voters: “None of the programs that people are hoping for would happen” but “That’s not for [voters] to know.”
[icon size=”14″ icon=”icon-circle-full” display=”true” ][/icon]Candidate’s True Politics: “Gillum is a Progressive” and “He is a part of the crazy, crazy, crazies.”
[icon size=”14″ icon=”icon-circle-full” display=”true” ][/icon]Election Strategy: “You whip ’em up. The poor, the middle income. You have to whip them up into a frenzy in order for them to vote.”
[icon size=”14″ icon=”icon-circle-full” display=”true” ][/icon]Secret Gun Control Agenda Revealed: “three day waiting period for everybody,” “small steps” to ban assault rifles; “I don’t think he can say it [be]cause he’s trying to get the moderates”
[icon size=”14″ icon=”icon-circle-full” display=”true” ][/icon]Florida is a “F***ed up,” “cracker state,” “you have to appeal to white guilt”


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(Tallahassee) Project Veritas Action Fund has released undercover video from Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum’s campaign, revealing his election strategy includes making empty promises to voters. This is the seventh undercover video report Project Veritas has released in a series revealing secrets and lies from political campaigns in 2018.

Said James O’Keefe, founder and president of Project Veritas Action:

“What we found in the Gillum campaign was just what we found in Missouri, Tennessee and Arizona, a candidate lying to the voters he needs to win the election.”

Gillum campaign makes promises it knows it can’t keep

Featured in this report is a campaign staffer who works on Andrew Gillum’s gubernatorial campaign. Omar Smith, who says he went to college with Gillum, reveals Gillum cannot fulfill his campaign promises even if he wanted to.

When asked how Gillum would fund all the programs he says he wants to fund, Smith says Gillum “can’t,” and when asked if voters are aware that Gillum cannot deliver on his proposed programs, Smith says:

SMITH: “That’s not for them to know… That’s not for them to know. Remember our saying, modern day fairy tales start with ‘once I am elected.'”

Smith explains that most of Gillum’s campaign promises could never be implemented, and that the Gillum campaign knows this:

SMITH: “So, let’s go back to Mr. Gillum’s platform, right? Raise the corporate tax in Florida from 7 to 11 percent. That will never happen. Raise teacher’s pay to $50,000, that will never happen. Give me another position. Medicare for all, that will never happen. The reason being, the legislature that write the bills is all Republican controlled. Democratic governor, Republican legislature. So, unless the legislature writes a bill, and it got voted on the floor, it cannot pass.”

Smith says that “the rules in Florida are f***ed up” and that Florida is a “cracker state,” explaining that the Florida legislature has to become racially black for Gillum’s agenda to advance.

“Whip up” the poor into a “frenzy in order for them to vote.”

Smith says that in order to get voters on board with Gillum’s fairy tale platform, the campaign must “whip” lower income individuals “into a frenzy.”

SMITH:  “You whip ’em up. The poor, the middle income. You have to whip them up into a frenzy in order for them to vote. Once Gillum is in, in another 2 years, other Republican Senators and Legislators will be on the ballot. So, you have to whip up the Andrew Gillum voters again in those counties to vote out the Republican to get a Democratic Legislature in order for his (Gillum) will to be executed.”

Smith adds that because not all Democratic voters are the same, that the Gillum campaign needs to appeal to “white guilt” to turn out the vote:

SMITH: “You have to appeal to white guilt… [be]cause that’s what it is.”

Smith also explains that the Gillum campaign can’t let voters know what Gillum’s true agenda is before election day:

SMITH: “… We don’t, do we have to let [the voters] know what the agenda is ahead of time? We can’t… We cannot… You alienate everybody. Then you get painted like, oh, Gillum is being painted, no. You are a socialist, you are way out of left field…”

Gillum is a “crazy, crazy,” Democrat

Smith also explains Gillum’s political worldview, saying that “Gillum is a progressive… He is a part of the crazy crazy crazies.”

Cliff Eserman, who works for the Broward County Democratic Party adds that during the Democratic primary, Gillum had to campaign on values he does not really believe:

ESERMAN: “In order to win he had to be… He’s really left of center. So he was being left, not left of center… For the primary. Now [in the general] he’s going back to left of center.”

Dale Holeness, who is the Broward County Commissioner and also works on Gillum’s campaign, explains Gillum’s gun control views:

HOLENESS: “There ought to be at least a three-day waiting period for everybody and a full background check for everybody… And we need to- And these automatic guns with sixteen rounds a minute, they ought to not be on the streets either, so that’s his plan.”

Adrian Young, who works for the Florida Democratic Party also elaborates on Gillum’s gun control views in the report:

YOUNG: “… I do think he’s not saying specifically like I’m going to ban bump stocks or I’m against ATs, only because he’s running a race right now. I do think he would support anybody doing that stuff, Bill Nelson… But I don’t think he can say it just [be]cause he’s trying to get the moderates and the gun-toting people in North Florida…”

More Elections…

This is the seventh release in a series Project Veritas Action Fund began publishing in October 2018 exposing dishonesty and unethical conduct in elections across the country. Project Veritas Action Fund will continue to publish undercover reports in this series.

View the other investigative reports in this series:

Kyrsten Sinema RESPONDS to Undercover Video

Sinema and the campaign staffer she said she doesn’t know pictured together.

Kyrsten Sinema has now responded to our undercover investigation exposing her staff saying she is a fake moderate. Rep. Sinema was shown the undercover tapes LIVE on KTAR 92.3 radio in Arizona and was asked if she was really a progressive trying to trick moderate voters.

She didn’t really answer the question, and said that she doesn’t know one of the staffers quoted in the video, saying to take everything Veritas says “with a grain of salt.” The host of the program, Jim Sharpe, pointed out that Rep. Sinema and the staffer were pictured together. That Lauren Fromm works on her campaign is an irrefutable fact.

Heitkamp Opponent Reacts to Undercover Videos Revealing Heidi’s Bait and Switch

Speaking on “What’s on Your Mind Radio” with Scott Hennen, incumbent Senator Heidi Heitkamp’s opponent Congressman Kevin Cramer commented on the undercover video exposing Heitkamp’s staff saying she’ll be “super liberal” if re-elected. Below is a partial transcript:


“… That jig is up. She was able to pull it off for a long time. First of all, it was a pretty good illustration of why you need to hire more North Dakotans on your staff. The guy in Washington was particularly interesting, I watched the video, the one that’s quite confident that she’s far more liberal than she lets on. You know he might want to pay more close attention to her constituency. But, my favorite really has to be the Obama poster trick. When the North Dakota press comes by they take the Obama poster down so that the Fargo press core doesn’t see it…”

Later in the program, a caller to the show asked Cramer about the videos again:


“Hi Congressman Cramer… I was wondering if you’d seen Hannity last night, and the video that they played about Heidi Hietkamp it was Project Veritas, on how she baits the North Dakota voters, and then once she baits them, she switches totally to Democratic views once she’s in.”


“Yeah I saw the full video online, it’s about 9 minutes long, and it’s of course a number of staffers both in Washington and North Dakota who are revealing the true, motives if you will, that they see of Senator Heitkamp. First of all, in fairness to her, a lot of times these staffers don’t know much about what they’re talking about. And in her case that’s possible. With that said, there’s one particular staffer in Washington that was very concerning, the higher-ranking official staff person that’s making it very clear that she’s far more liberal and tends to be far more liberal than her campaign is letting on…”

Veritas Attorney to Missouri AG: Reject Senator McCaskill’s Demands

View the original letter here. 

Dear Attorney General Hawley,

I represent James O’Keefe and Project Veritas Action Fund in connection with the demand letter sent to you on October 18, 2018, by lawyers for Senator Claire McCaskill and McCaskill for Missouri. For the following reasons, you should reject the Senator’s demands.

Senator McCaskill’s demand letter represents a desperate and disgraceful political stunt designed to manipulate the legal system for her political gain, at the expense of Missouri taxpayers.

Similarly offensive, Senator McCaskill appears eager to want to criminalize journalism that truthfully, completely, and accurately reported the Senator’s own words. The Press is not the enemy of the people, but, that appears to be exactly the message espoused by Senator McCaskill and her lawyers, in her letter to you. Now more than ever, an independent and free press is an essential pillar of our democracy.

Heavy on invective and light on thorough, accurate legal analysis, Senator McCaskill’s demand letter fails to establish any lawful basis for you to acquiesce to the Senator’s demands. Senator McCaskill’s invocation of Missouri’s Merchandising Practices Act is insidious as she twists the meaning of the Act to try and invent a crime. The Act, which makes false pretenses and misrepresentation “in connection with” the “solicitation of any funds for a charitable purpose” an unlawful practice, has no application here. Project Veritas Action Fund’s actions in this investigation were acts of journalism, not acts making fraudulent misrepresentations in fundraising.

As a threshold matter, Project Veritas Action Fund is not registered to do business in Missouri and is not registered as a charitable organization in Missouri. Further, Project Veritas Action Fund does not solicit funds for a charitable purpose in Missouri.

Next, Missouri’s Merchandising Practices Act is designed to protect consumers and citizens from being defrauded. The law is not designed to protect deceptive political statements or political campaigns from investigative journalists. The Act was “designed to regulate the marketplace to the advantage of those traditionally thought to have unequal bargaining power as well as those who may fall victim to unfair business practices.” Huch v. Charter Commc’ns, Inc., 290 S.W.3d 721, 725 (Mo. banc 2009). The Act simply has no application to roaming reporters testing the veracity of political statements and campaigns. Laws like these are common in most states and protect against unscrupulous salesmen making false promises or non-existent charities from defrauding senior citizens. These laws do not apply to investigative journalists, even when they assume an identity.

Indeed, Missouri courts have applied the Act in a manner consistent with the above. Cases like Nixon v. RCT Development Association illustrate that the reach of this law is to protect citizens of Missouri from non-existent charities or ones making fraudulent claims in their solicitations. 290 S.W.3d 756 (Mo. Ct. App. 2009). Missouri has the full authority to protect its residents against conmen posing as charities. Missouri has no authority to protect incumbent politicians from the roving eye of curious reporters who accurately and completely report the words of incumbent politicians.

Finally, the First Amendment protects investigative journalists reporting about issues of public concern. State anti-fraud laws are properly used to protect against real fraud, not reporters digging up items of newsworthiness for the American public. The First Amendment stringently protects the freedom of Project Veritas Action Fund to assume identities and ask questions of incumbents and political staff members. This is protected at the bedrock of the First Amendment. Misapplying Missouri’s Merchandising Practices Act here would turn the Act into the Missouri Incumbent Politician Protection Act and would stop all investigative journalists from providing salient information to voters across the state. The First Amendment protects Project Veritas Action Fund’s journalism here and any attempted prosecution based on misusing this law will fail.

The Senator continues to publicly protest much regarding her statements reported truthfully, completely, and accurately by Project Veritas Action Fund’s investigative journalist. In doing so, Senator McCaskill ensures this news story documenting her statements remains at the top of the journalism news cycle and continues to focus Missouri voters on her conduct, statements and voting record as exposed by the lawful journalism of Project Veritas Action Fund. It is the Senator’s choice to do so. You should reject, however, the Senator’s baseless demand for your recusal and meritless claim for an investigation.

I am surprised and disappointed – as many Missouri voters may be – that Senator McCaskill and her lawyer (a former prosecutor and former Chief of Staff and Counsel to Democratic Missouri Attorney General Jay Nixon, respectively) would take a position devoid of legal merit, in contravention of the protections of the First Amendment, and apparently designed to improperly influence the Missouri election to the Senator’s political benefit.


Paul A. Calli

James O’Keefe: Senator McCaskill Should Be Embarrassed

View the original document here. 

Senator Claire McCaskill’s campaign recently presented this letter to the Missouri Attorney General’s office, seeking an investigation of “possible felonies committed by Project Veritas.” Because the McCaskill complaint is so divorced from reality, we can only assume it is nothing more than a political stunt designed to save face.

Alleging illegal activity against journalists is a serious matter. As with all journalistic efforts, Project Veritas Action Fund’s newsgathering is protected by the First Amendment. Senator McCaskill should be a vigorous supporter of the First Amendment.

Regarding the letter’s central grievance, Missouri’s Merchandising Practices Act is not designed to protect political campaigns from investigative journalists. As an attorney and former prosecutor, Senator McCaskill should know better than to subject the Missouri legal system to such an embarrassing and self-indulgent charade. She clearly is choosing political theater over her ethical responsibilities as a member of the Missouri Bar.

Misapplying Missouri’s Merchandising Practices Act in this case would render it: the Missouri Incumbent Protection Act. Missouri has the full authority to protect its residents against con men posing as charities; but no authority to protect incumbent politicians from the roving eye of journalists seeking the truth. 

Additionally, the incendiary diatribe directed at Veritas, coupled with the recitation of a series of frivolous lawsuits by other investigative report subjects, is only evidence that this is in fact a politically motivated attack, not a serious request of the Missouri Attorney General, who coincidentally is her opponent in her bid for reelection to the U.S. Senate.

The Senator was in such a hurry to take the heat off the mismanagement of her campaign and volunteers, the letter never references the actual organization that gathered and produced the stories that Senator McCaskill wished had never seen the light of day.

If the candidate is embarrassed by what was reported in our videos she should take that up with her staff. It’s their words that embarrassed her, not ours.

The Attorney General should chargeback the author of the McCaskill campaign’s complaint —a blatant attempt to politicize the Attorney General’s office for the benefit of her campaign—for any time they spent investigating and responding to it.


James O’Keefe

Founder and President

Project Veritas Action Fund

O’Keefe Confronts Bredesen Campaign Staff About Undercover Video

O’Keefe confronted Bredesen campaign staffer Will Stewart for comment about an undercover video showing Stewart admitting that Bredesen was lying to voters in order to win the election.

Later, O’Keefe tweeted that he was shoved by Bredesen’s Campaign Manager at a debate in Tennessee, the Gateway Pundit reported.



This story is developing.

New Hampshire Bill Signed, Closing Voter Fraud Loophole Exposed by Project Veritas Action

[icon size=”18″ icon=”icon-rhomb” display=”true” ][/icon]LAW SOLVES VOTER INTEGRITY ISSUES EXPOSED BY PROJECT VERITAS ACTION VIDEOS
[icon size=”18″ icon=”icon-rhomb” display=”true” ][/icon]VOTERS MUST NOW BE STATE RESIDENTS, OR PROVE INTENTION TO BECOME RESIDENTS
[icon size=”18″ icon=”icon-rhomb” display=”true” ][/icon]SUNUNU: NEW LAW “RESTORE[S] EQUALITY AND FAIRNESS TO OUR ELECTIONS”
[icon size=”18″ icon=”icon-rhomb” display=”true” ][/icon]BILL SIGNED AFTER NH SUPREME COURT FOUND BILL TO BE CONSTITUTIONAL

(New Hampshire) On July 13th, 2018, New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu signed House Bill 1264, which will require voters to prove “residency” in the state before being able to cast a ballot.

In February of 2016 during the Democratic Primary elections in the state of New Hampshire, Project Veritas Action released undercover videos at various polling locations highlighting why the passage of a bill like HB-1264 could improve the integrity of the state’s election system.

The video showed poll workers explaining to would-be voters that they were eligible to vote no matter how long they planned on being in the state. HB-1264 remedies this, compelling voters to acquire proof-of-residence such as a state driver’s license.

Prior to the bill’s signing, the New Hampshire Supreme Court found the bill was constitutional and struck back at criticisms that the bill would unfairly suppress certain voting groups, like out-of-state college students. The Court said such voters can still vote in New Hampshire so long as they make an effort to make New Hampshire their voting domicile.

The Court decision can be found in its entirety here.

Gov. Sununu said of the bill, “New Hampshire will now align with virtually every other state in requiring residency in order to vote.”

Project Veritas Action will continue to investigate and expose flaws in our election systems across the country, which enables responsible state governments to solve election integrity issues.



Criminal Investigation Sought into Sanders Campaign for Collusion During a Federal Election With a Foreign Entity

[icon size=”14″ icon=”icon-rhomb” display=”true” ][/icon]Charges Raised Against Sanders Campaign Are  Similar to Charges in  “Russian Collusion” Scandal
[icon size=”14″ icon=”icon-rhomb” display=”true” ][/icon]Former Speaker of the NH House of Representatives William O’Brien is Also Asking for an Investigation*
[icon size=”14″ icon=”icon-rhomb” display=”true” ][/icon]Charges Come in Wake of Sanders Campaign Paying FEC Fine for Accepting “Prohibited Foreign Contributions” as Exposed by Project Veritas Action Fund


(New York) Project Veritas Action Fund has requested a criminal investigation by the US Department of Justice into the Bernie Sanders 2016 presidential campaign to determine if the Sanders campaign and the Australian Labor Party conspired to “defraud the U.S. government” and allowed “foreign national interference with U.S. elections.”

The request for an investigation of the Sanders campaign and the Australian Labor Party is based on the belief that there was a “conspiracy to defraud the United States government,” as well as the likelihood of “false statements to the United States government.”

Project Veritas Action Fund’s legal counsel and author of the complaint Benjamin Barr compared the findings to the popular Russian Collusion scandal:

“Given the unusual breadth and depth of likely foreign involvement in America’s 2016 presidential election, we request a thorough criminal investigation of the matters described herein.

Barr goes on to point out that like this complaint about 13 foreign nationals assisting one federal campaign the Grand Jury in Washington DC recently indicted 13 Russians for interfering in a Federal election.*

Additionally, the former Speaker of the New Hampshire House of Representatives William O’Brien is sending a letter to the DOJ’s Public Integrity Section as well as the U.S. Attorney’s office in Concord, New Hampshire asking for an investigation. In his letter, the former Speaker requests an investigation into “additional potential criminal violations stemming from an apparent conspiracy to defraud the U.S. government.”

According to the Federal Election Campaign Act (FECA) as quoted in O’Brien’s letter: “[p]ersons who knowingly and willfully engage in these activities may be subject to an FEC enforcement action, criminal prosecution or both.”

This comes in the wake of the Sanders Campaign agreeing to pay a civil penalty of $14,500 to the Federal Election Commission for accepting “prohibited foreign contributions,” although the campaign agreed to do so “without admitting liability.”

This fine was a result of an initial complaint filed by O’Brien, citing Project Veritas Action Fund’s hidden-camera videos from 2016 which exposed Australian nationals who were sent by the Australian Labor Party and financed by the Australian Labor Party to assist the the Sanders Presidential campaign.

The Project Veritas Action Fund 2016 videos that exposed the foreign collusion with the Sanders campaign initially got very little coverage from the mainstream media in the US, but were widely covered by the Australian Media.

“Since CNN’s Van Jones thinks the Russian collusion story is a ‘nothing burger,’ here’s a JUICY story about a probable violation of the Foreign Agents Registration Act, a potential conspiracy and foreign collusion in support of a Presidential candidate that Van Jones can really sink his teeth into,” said Project Veritas Action Fund’s founder and President James O’Keefe.

* See, e.g., Grand Jury Indicts Thirteen Russian Individuals and Three Russian Companies for Scheme to Interfere in the United States Political System, Department of Justice, Feb. 16, 2018, available at: https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/grand- jury-indicts-thirteen-russian-individuals-and-three-russian-companies-scheme-interfere/