HOUSTON Bus riders on METRO on Friday, April 13, or any given day, may be sitting next to an undercover MPD officer

What do you think of this? Does this violate the 4th amendment? Is this why there is such a push for public transit in some cities? What are your thoughts?

Patrons riding METRO on Friday, April 13, or any given day, may be sitting next to an undercover MPD officer.The move to monitor and curtail crime on buses and trains is just one component of a much larger initiative called BusSafe – a national pilot program created by a peer advisory group of mass transit police chiefs and security directors, and one which METRO’s Police Department is adopting to enhance safety on the system.

via News Release April 13, 2012.

Project Veritas Investigates: Voter Fraud Part V

On  April 3rd, Project Veritas continued its investigation into Voter Fraud in America by turning its cameras on Primary Day in Washington D.C.

Since the three previous releases of this investigation (New Hampshire, Minnesota and Vermont), Voter ID legislation has been passed in two states of those states.

 This second installment of our DC Primary investigation showcases our citizen journalists being offered ballots in the name of media personality and leaders of some of the nation’s influential leaders.

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Project Veritas Investigates: Voter Fraud Part IV

On  April 3rd, Project Veritas continued its investigation into Voter Fraud in America by turning its cameras on Primary Day in Washington D.C.

Since the three previous releases of this investigation (New Hampshire, Minnesota and Vermont), Voter ID legislation has been passed in two states of those states.

 The first installment of our DC Primary investigation showcases our citizen journalists being offered ballots in the name of the nation’s chief enforcer of justice, United States Attorney General Eric Holder.

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Project Veritas Voter Fraud Report Cited on Minnesota House Floor

Roughly six weeks to the day after Project Veritas released our report on voter fraud in Minnesota, the state House of Representatives passed a constitutional amendment requiring voter identification at the polls by a vote of 72-62. Broad support for the amendment was due in large part to the recent national media spotlight Project Veritas has shined on the problem of potential voter fraud through our series of investigative reports.

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Bill O’Reilly Calls Out Media, Justice Department for Hypocrisy in Voter Fraud Scandal

Though Project Veritas’ has now released three separate installments of our nationwide voter fraud investigation, the establishment media continues to insist that, despite the disturbing ease with which voter fraud can be perpetrated, it never actually occurs. Unfortunately, recent studies suggest otherwise.

But perhaps worse than the demonstrable fact that voter fraud does occur is the inability of some states to do anything to solve the problem. Now it seems that Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly has noticed the hypocrisy at work.

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Project Veritas Investigates: Voter Fraud III (Vermont)

On Vermont Primary Day, Project Veritas sent a team of investigators into polling places throughout the state with a list of both deceased and still-living voters to see if they would be permitted to vote without presenting a photo ID.

Our team tested multiple polling places, simply walking up and stating the name of the registered voter and in all cases — they were offered ballots.

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