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UPDATE: Moran’s Son Resigns After Caught on Tape


Virginia Congressman Jim Moran’s son has some explaining to do…

Citizen journalist James O’Keefe has been relentless in recent weeks exposing widespread apathy by campaign officials across the country. His first video in the current series featured an undercover investigative journalist receiving help from a DNC staffer at an Obama for America field office to double-vote which is a felony. That staffer has since been fired and the Houston OFA office has been closed.

O’Keefe’s second video features the story of a Minnesota woman who is currently registered to vote in two states despite attempts to be removed from the Florida rolls. It also exposes total apathy from the Hopkins, MN OFA field office staff when confronted with the idea of voting twice.

O’Keefe’s videos demonstrate the culture of cheating and the “win at all costs” mentality of many operatives in several states including Texas, Minnesota, New York and others.

This latest bombshell video involves more than low-level staffers and apathy toward fraud. The video released today via Project Veritas features Democrat Congressman Jim Moran’s son, who also serves as campaign field director, assisting an undercover journalist with forging utility bills, encouraging impersonation and aiding voter fraud to the tune of more than 100 voters on the rolls.

At one point in the video Moran says that forging a “bank statement would be tough, but you can forge a utility bill with ease.”

Patrick Moran resigned from his post within hours of the video’s release. No comment has been received from the congressman’s office.

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  1. Very good. Please use this same level of outrage when you consider that the voting machines used in Ohio are owned by Tagg Romney.

  2. smarmy lying cheating demoncraps, are we really surprised about this?