Though liberals will deny it even in the face of video evidence, there is ample proof that the Democrat Party engages in voter fraud of all sorts.
A new video exposed yet another instance of Democrat voter fraud recently in Las Vegas. The video featured a supposedly nonpartisan voter registration worker displaying exactly how partisan she really was, according toConservative Outfitters.
The clipboard the woman was carrying featured a large picture of GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump inside the classic circle with a slash symbol along with the phrase “Stand up to Trump.”
She also had a handful of flyers on her clipboard featuring the campaign logo of Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton, along with a link for supporters to follow for more information or to make donations to the campaign.
When confronted about her partisanship by the man filming her, who claimed to be working for the Trump campaign, the woman quickly got into her vehicle and fled the scene, though not before the man got a clear shot of her California license plate, signifying she is from out of state.
The problem from all of this arises when one looks at the Nevada Revised Statutes governing voter registrationagencies and workers, specifically NRS 293.5045.
That statute states that any person who works for a voter registration agency shall not: (a) Seek to influence an applicant’s political preference or party registration; or (b) Display a political preference or party allegiance in a place where it can be seen by an applicant.
Violation of this statute is considered a category E felony, which can be punished by a term of probation, up to one to four years in prison, and a fine of up to $5,000.
There seems little question that this woman was in violation of subsection (b), and an argument could easily be made that she was violating (a) as well, since her partisan display could potentially influence applicants.