Voter fraud in Minnesota
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Started by GunterK - Sept. 28, 2020, 12:57 a.m.
By TimNew - Sept. 28, 2020, 7:07 a.m.
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But dems keep telling us that voter fraud is a scam made up by right wingers,   so this can't be true.

By metmike - Sept. 28, 2020, 12:55 p.m.
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I'm really not sure how much voter fraud there really is.

But we do know with absolute certainty that people will use every trick in the book to attempt it.

A rich democrat is even paying many thousands of voters up to $1,500 for their vote in Florida!

                Money talks... in an election            

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                Started by GunterK - Sept. 22, 2020, 4:31 p.m.    

By metmike - Sept. 28, 2020, 10:20 p.m.
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Minneapolis police opens investigation into reports that Ilhan Omar's supporters 'illegally harvested Democrat ballots in Minnesota'

  • Minneapolis police on Monday evening confirmed they were investigating
  • The police are looking in to claims of voter fraud made by Project Veritas
  • The media group allege that Ilhan Omar's supporters were 'ballot harvesting'
  • Omar Jamal, a Somali political operative, claimed those in the video back Omar
  • 'Ballot harvesting,' or 'ballot collection,' is legal in more than half of US states
  • It allows third parties to collect ballots on behalf of physically-impaired voters
  • But Republicans have claimed that the practice is vulnerable to voter fraud
  • In Minnesota a third party can return only three ballot papers
  • Trump hopes to win key swing state of Minnesota in upcoming election

"Project Veritas said it obtained Snapchat videos from early July posted by Mohamed, the brother of Minneapolis City Council member Jamal Osman. 

Mohamed says in the video that he collected 300 absentee ballots in a single day for his brother's special election race in Minneapolis' Sixth Ward, which was held on August 11 - the same day as the statewide primary election.

Mohamed is also heard in the video saying: 'money is everything, money is the king of this world. If you don't have money you should not be here period.' 

Republicans say that could be evidence of a cash-for-ballot scheme, though there's no direct evidence in the videos of money being exchanged for ballots.

Osman condemned the allegations of fraud in a lengthy Facebook post.

'Throughout my campaign, I let my staff, volunteers and supporters know my values including the type of race I wanted to run,' Osman wrote. 

'I stated publicly the importance to run a positive and ethical campaign. I condemn behavior that contradicts these values. 

'That is why I also condemn the continued attacks on the integrity of the East-African immigrant community in Minneapolis."

metmike: There we go with the race card again. For many on one side, anytime something bad happens involving a black person, if there are white people involved..........its racist.

Who really believes that if all the characters in this story were white and everything was the same, that we would have heard nothing about it?

Sometimes, black people actually do bad things and its ok to hold them accountable based on the objective facts. 

That said, we only have allegations of wrong doing at this point. We'll see what the cops find or what additional information comes forth. 

By metmike - Sept. 28, 2020, 11:54 p.m.
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Omar Connected Harvester SEEN Exchanging $200 for General Election Ballot."We don't care illegal."

The evidence that Jamal secured was instrumental in exposing the corruption implicating Rep. Ilhan Omar and her associates.

Today, Project Veritas is releasing more footage about ballots being exchanged for money.

Here are the highlights from today’s video:

  • Source: “She’s [Ilhan Omar] The One Who Came Up with All This [Pay-For-Vote], the Community. She’s the One.”
  • Osman Ali Dahquane: "The Money Comes from the Candidates Running for Office.”
  • Osman Ali Dahquane: “A Lot of People Will go to Jail if this Continues this way…If This Continues This Direction, Many People Will Go to Prison, Or No One Will Vote in the City of Minneapolis. It is very, very corrupt.”
  • Osman Ali Dahquane: “The Black Guy [Antone Meton-Meaux] Has Most of the Money…But, We Took the Money From Him, And We Voted for Ilhan…They [Ilhan Omar’s Political Machine] Spent A Lot Money. I Was Given Money, So I Could Vote…$800.”
  • Project Veritas Insider Omar Jamal: "Some of the Techniques that He [Omar Staffer Ali Isse Gainey] Uses To Exchange Money for Votes; And that’s Not A Secret. It’s Open, And Everybody Knows About It.”
  • Insider Omar Jamal: Ilhan Omar Operatives Escort Voters into Booths. “They Help Us [Voters] at the Voting Booth. They [Poll Workers] Allow Them To Help Us…They [Operatives] Go Inside With Us and Help Us…They [Operatives] Do the Voting.

By metmike - Sept. 30, 2020, 5:40 p.m.
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" The virality of Project Veritas’ Voter Fraud videos in Minnesota is nothing short of incredible."

#BallotHavesting Part 1 and #CashForBallots Part 2 have been seen by no less than 20 million people…in less than 72 hours.

Of course, the anti-journalism “journalists” are not happy about that.

Maggie Astor,a verified nobody from the infamous New York Times, wrote an article claiming that our videos were “disinformation” without providing any evidence to support her claim.

Astor also said that our videos are deceptively edited without citing even one example (hint-hint, there are NONE).


Of course, there was no way I could let these lies slide:

Here is the problem. The media hacks have now decided that this is the narrative that will distract the public from the damning evidence shown in our videos.

Minnesota’s largest newspaper, Star Tribune, has picked up where The New York Times left off.

I had something to say about that:


There is NOTHING that The New York Times or Star Tribune can do to diminish the impact of Project Veritas’ work.


Stay Tuned…There are many more bombshell videos launching over the coming weeks.

Be Brave,


By metmike - Sept. 30, 2020, 5:50 p.m.
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The the NY Post believes there's enough credibility in this story to report it.

Interesting that one side, rather than investigate it, just vilifies the source and says that it can't be.

My question is:

In this current environment of extreme politics and greed and people willing to break laws, how is it that such a thing........that has plenty of  motive, political benefits and money/rewards involved can just be viewed as impossible/disinformation without at least investigating?

Especially in light of video evidence of it happening?

Minneapolis police probing alleged ballot harvesting plot helping Rep. Omar

By metmike - Sept. 30, 2020, 10:09 p.m.
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"This video is still making waves on social media. Thousands of views an hour.

And for those who want to say that our videos are “disinformation,” I have some news for you:


In summary, even the Big Tech oligarchs at Twitter were unable to bring down our content.

Even Twitter knows that our story is as real as it gets.

Keep trying, New York Times. Keep trying because in the end, you will fail.

In Veritas,

James O’Keefe


By metmike - Oct. 1, 2020, 4:44 p.m.
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This wouldn't be the first time voter fraud occurred in MN:

Widespread Voter Fraud Documented in New Minnesota Supreme Court Case

July 01, 2016

“The 1,366 identified felons who have been permitted to vote is believed to be only a fraction of the true total,” the 110 page court petition filed by MVA and former Rep. Kirk Stensrud states. “Cooperation from the Secretary of State would have allowed for a more complete accounting of the number of ineligible persons who have been permitted to vote.”

Simon has refused to release the data that would enable MVA to verify the actual number of ineligible people that have illegally cast a vote. In holding back the critical government data, Simon has ignored a Minnesota Department of Administration opinion stating that the voting records in question should be made public.

“The Secretary of State plays a significant role with other election officials in permitting known ineligible felons to register or to vote,” court documents state.

The lawsuit also alleges that election officials often allow felons flagged as ineligible in the Statewide Voter Registration System to vote anyway, providing the individual swears eligibility, according to court documents."