WATCH: Hillary Voter Registration Fraud Captured in Nevada

“Stand Up to Trump! Register to Vote”

In violation of Nevada law, a Democratic staffer was caught on camera encouraging citizens to register to vote using anti-Donald Trump and pro-Hillary Clinton propaganda. 

The woman, identified as Susan Berman, is a market researcher from Davis, California. As she was approached by the cameraman in a Las Vegas parking lot, Berman held a clipboard with an image of Donald Trump taped to the back, crossed out and stating, “Stand Up to Trump! Register to Vote.” It was also written in Spanish. 

Also in her possession were official Hillary Clinton campaign handouts that she suddenly didn’t feel like giving out. She had written her name and phone number on them to help encourage voting. Unbiased, of course.

According to Nevada law:

Under Nevada Revised Statute 293.505(10), while registering a voter, a field registrar shall not: (a) Solicit a vote for or against a particular question or candidate; (b) Speak to a voter on the subject of marking his or her ballot for or against a particular question or candidate; or (c) Distribute any petition or other material concerning a candidate or question which will be on the ballot for the ensuing election…

Well, those laws were ignored. Apparently, Democrats are just doing what their leader does best.

Nevada was the scene of voter fraud earlier this year during the caucus. Clinton supporters were allowed in to vote even though they hadn’t registered. And there is plenty of other examples. For a pretty exhaustive list, head over to InvestmentWatchBlog.com for video evidence. 

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