Following President Trump’s announcement of a voter fraud task force, journalist James O’Keefe vowed to aid the administration.
— James O'Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) May 11, 2017
“We have troves of footage proving that #voterfraudisreal, and we would be happy to cooperate with @POTUS’s voter fraud probe,” a tweet from O’Keefe Thursday reads.
O’Keefe’s media outlet Project Veritas was credited during the 2016 US presidential election with taking down Democrat party “dark operatives” who were paid to stage violence at rallies and blame Trump supporters. As a result two operatives, Robert Creamer and Scott Foval, were fired.
A subsequent exposé released days after Project Veritas’ first report also caught Clinton campaign operatives scheming on how to “successfully commit voter fraud on a massive scale.”
Project Veritas’ undercover videos were instrumental in tying the Clinton political campaign to the activists provoking violence at Trump’s rallies.
On Thursday, Trump signed an executive order establishing a presidential advisory committee which will work to maintain election integrity.
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