MASSIVE UNDERCOVER STING! NJ Election Worker Lets Unregistered Non-Citizen Vote

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Project Veritas launched an undercover sting operation on election workers to see if a person who is not registered, or even a legal resident in the United States, would be allowed to vote in New Jersey’s elections. It was a test and election workers failed miserably. They also discriminated against themselves by stating that they ‘let anyone’ vote during the 2020 presidential election.

Straight from Project Veritas:

“In a conversation between two election workers, one of them affirmed to the other that there was no true voter verification occurring at that location during the presidential election — and supported providing a ballot to the Veritas journalist posing as a non-registered non-citizen.

“Remember, we were allowing anyone to come in,” she said.

When addressing the Veritas journalist in disguise, one of the poll workers said she was willing to provide a ballot. 

“I’ll let you fill out completely a ballot now. Whether or not it’s going to count, I don’t know,” she said.

“Listen, we’ll let you do it.”

In a governor’s race that has been called with only about a one percentage point difference separating the candidates, this behavior is at the very least questionable.”

As Project Veritas pointed out, this is in violation of NJS 19:4-1 which states “non-citizens cannot vote for even register to vote.”

The undercover man said he’s actually an Irish citizen with a work visa. The poll worker affirmed that they were going to let him turn in a ballot and let someone else figure out whether it would count or not.

Project Veritas reminded the viewer that this too was in violation of the law NJS 19.34-20 which states “poll workers may not provide a ballot to someone not entitled to vote.”

According to the law in New Jersey, a poll worker giving a ballot to someone who cannot vote in the state is a “crime of the third degree” that can come with up to five years of imprisonment and up to a $15,000 fine.




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