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Corruption at the highest level usually has a tendency to work it’s way down, to those underlings who simply accept it as normal political practice, and has evidence of that, is a recent video that captures a Hillary disciple engaged in willful voter fraud.

The incident took place in “sin city” (Las Vegas), showing a supposedly nonpartisan voter registration worker, attempting to game the system.

The woman (an obvious Clinton supporter), was openly carrying a clipboard featuring the classic circle with the slash symbol across the tagline “Stand up to Trump,” while displaying campaign literature supporting Clinton, and information on where to make donations to her campaign.

When confronted and informed that a video was being made filming her antics, the woman made a hasty retreat and quickly fled the scene in her automobile, however not before a clear video recording of her California license plate, which may be in additional violation of voter registration laws.

Which is quite clear in that any person working 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 can range from a monitory fine to imprisonment, and is considered a class “E-Felony.”

Moreover this incident only confirms what Trump as been saying all along, that the system is rigged and Trump supporters need to be vigilant with their video cameras.



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