The Commissioner for the Board of Elections in New York City, Alan Schulkin, revealed in a video from December 15th, 2015 at the United Federation of Teachers holiday party. Project Veritas released the video featuring Schulkin saying that the Democratic Committee has engaged in a lot of voter fraud to pad the numbers.
The video was posted up recently on Project Veritas and has gone viral. You can view it below.
For the hearing impaired or if you’re unable to view the video, Schulkin says…
“[…] Like I say, people don’t realize certain neighborhoods in particular, they bus people around to vote. […] They bus them around. They put them in a bus and go poll site to poll site.”
The journalist asks if the buses moved around minority neighborhoods for blacks and Hispanics, and Schulkin reluctantly acknowledges while also saying that they also use those buses in Chinese neighborhoods, too.
According to Schulkin, the Democrats use the method to get more “votes for themselves” because “they’re all running for office”.
This leads the journalist to ask about vote ID laws in New York, where Schulkin states that they do not have ID laws in the state and that “no you can’t, you cannot ask […] you can’t ask for voter ID”. So people aren’t required to show identification when it’s time for them to go to the polls and vote.
Both Schulkin and the journalist believe that there should be a law to request voter ID, but there isn’t one.
The journalist asks why – as the Commissioner of Board of Elections – he can’t just change the law in regards to what’s required to vote? He responds by saying that it’s all in the hands of the legislators.
Schulkin also states that fraud of absentee ballots reaches into the thousands, and when he’s told that Hillary Clinton doesn’t support voter ID laws he responds by saying he’s not always crazy about everything the Democrats do, and that he finds himself becoming more Conservative as he gets older.
Schulkin then drops the bomb about the voter fraud, saying…
“He gave out ID cards, [Bill] de Blasio [Mayer of New York City]. They don’t… that’s in lieu of a driver’s license, but you can use it for anything. But they didn’t vet the 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.”
Hilariously, during the exchange the journalist says maybe this kind of corruption would steer him away from voting for Hillary Clinton, but he say responds by saying…
“I wouldn’t [vote for Hillary], but I have no choice.”
Schulkin ends by saying that the tax payers are paying for the fraud and that Mayor de Blasio doesn’t care because tax payers are paying for groups of immigrants, Muslims, and lots of actual unregistered voters to vote through the rigged system where just anyone can come in and cast a ballot.
He makes the point of saying that the actual citizen votes may not count because they could be getting weighed against fraudulent votes. Getting in enough fraudulent voters games the system, even if the American people are hoping to vote for a specific party or specific proposals.
It’s scary to think that this kind of voter fraud could play a huge role in who gets elected come November; but as the Wikileaks e-mails showed, Clinton was already guaranteed the DNC nomination through subversive tactics, so it’s not unlikely that such machinations could be in play for the primaries as well.