Mississippi Senate Approves Voter ID Law, Cites Project Veritas
With our shocking footage from Eric Holder’s polling place in Washington, D.C., Project Veritas’ investigation into voter fraud in America has reached a tipping point. Evidence collected by our army of citizen journalists is so compelling and indisputable it is now affecting the actions of legislators in states where we have not even released a report yet.
Similar to what we’ve seen over the last few months in New Hampshire and Minnesota, the Mississippi Senate passed a bill recently requiring voters in that state to show identification before casting a ballot. And, just as in New Hampshire and Minnesota, Mississippi legislators cited Project Veritas and our investigation into voter fraud as spurring them to action.
The difference is that we haven’t even released a report in Mississippi!
From the Associated Press article:
“Senate Elections Committee Chairman Chris McDaniel, R-Ellisville, said that there's…plenty of evidence that elections are insecure. He made reference to an associate of conservative activist James O'Keefe, who recently posed as U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder in a District of Columbia polling place to show the need for voter identification.”
This is a very exciting development for Project Veritas and our supporters. The fact that we can inspire meaningful reforms to increase transparency and accountability without even releasing an investigation means that, despite relentless attacks by the establishment media, our message is getting through to the people who need it most.