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Video: Democratic Candidate Says That Voter Fraud In Minnesota Is Worse Than Somalia — Voters Expect Her to pay $200 Per Vote

A report by Project Veritas on alleged mishandling of absentee ballots in Minnesota’s Somali community have Republicans calling for an investigation.

The report by Project Veritas, which is known for using hidden cameras in undercover operations, posted a 16-minute video Sunday of a man on July 7 bragging about his car being full of hundreds of absentee ballots for Minneapolis City Council Member Jamal Osman, who won his seat in an August special election.

“Just today we got 300 ballots for Jamal Osman,” he said in a video he allegedly posted online in the summer, but later took down. The man, who Project Veritas identifies as Liban Mohamed, is seen filming himself on his route to collect absentee ballots from the elderly in the Minneapolis Somali community. Many of the ballots are empty, the video alleges, and are filled out by Mohamed or others for the candidate of their choice, in this case, Osman.

The mainstream media didn’t report about this but President Trump and other GOP members did and now it seems they have more material about alleged voter fraud in Minnesota.

Somali-American Saciido Shaie, a Democrat candidate, posted a video in July accusing the state’s DFL of paying Somali Americans as much as $200 for their vote.

The DFL, Democrat-Farmer-Labor Party, is the official Democrat Party organization in Minnesota.

In a video that was posted in July but recently translated Saciido complains because too many voters wanted her to pay them for their vote.

Saciido says the corruption is worse in the US than in Somalia!

Watch the video below:

A few thousand votes in swing-state Minnesota may decide November’s presidential election.

Here are some of the solutions to fix voter fraud:

Continue to rely on paper ballots.
Have a Democrat and Republican election judge at each polling place.
Have provisional ballots. Don’t count the vote if the voter is ineligible.
Have photo IDs.
Eliminate early voting.
Eliminate vouching.

Minnesotans deserve fair and honest elections, and they can get them if these changes are implemented.