In yet another installment in his campaign to show how easy it could be for someone to commit voter fraud -- and the lack of wisdom in not having voter I.D. laws -- James O'Keefe has released a video showing his undercover filmmakers seemingly being offered the ability to vote after they give poll workers the names of prominent media and political figures.
O'Keefe's crew hit polling places in Washington, D.C. during the district's primary on April 3. The latest video targets Ben Jealous, the head of the NAACP, HBO host Bill Maher, and David Brock, leader of the left-wing organization Media Matters. However, as O'Keefe notes, Maher does not live in D.C. (but the undercover voter was offered a different Bill Maher's ballot) and the group could not confirm that the David Brock in the district they filmed in is the same Brock involved with Media Matters.
The group also used a female videographer to give the name Alicia Menendez, daughter of New Jersey Sen. Robert Menendez (D) and also a political commentator on MSNBC. Ironically, the poll worker said she needed ID:
We should note that The Blaze has been critical of O‘Keefe’s tactics in the past.