Democratic Campaign Workers Caught on Camera: “It’s a Lying Game”
October 6, 2014 12:26pm PST
Investigative journalist James O’Keefe is hard at work in preparation for the November elections. He and his team of truth-seekers, more commonly known as Project Veritas, have uncovered the dishonest campaign tricks employed by Democratic Senate candidate Alison Grimes.
Kentucky U.S. Senate candidate Alison Grimes has vehemently and repeatedly claimed to oppose President Obama’s coal and environmental policies in what has become an increasingly significant campaign issue. A team of investigative journalists, led by Project Veritas Action’s founder James O’Keefe, went undercover in multiple Grimes campaign offices to determine if her opposition to the core principles of her own political party is genuine or an intentional deception.
Project Veritas has launched undercover investigations of several political campaigns. They will be revealing their findings leading up to the November elections.
Coal is a hot button issue throughout the nation, however it is particularly important to political races in Kentucky. As Grimes’ campaign workers readily admitted, it would be impossible for her to win without opposing Obama’s absurd environmentalism, though she secretly adheres to the same leftist agenda.
Conservatives have known all along that Democrats will literally say anything to get elected. Case in point: Liar in Chief, Barack Obama. Now, we have proof of this, thanks to James O’Keefe and Project Veritas.
Now more than ever, it is important that we spread this information to voters. Share this article to expose Alison Grimes as the lying cheat that she is.
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