A new video released by Project Veritas shows a ballot harvester in Minnesota give $200 in exchange for a promise to surrender an absentee ballot. It also features interviews describing vast election fraud, including so-called translators who vote for people in the voting booth and a Palestinian donor's role in funding votes for Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) so she can work to undo U.S. funding to Israel.
The cash exchange shown on video includes the ballot harvester instructing a man on how to request an absentee ballot and to give the ballot to him when he receives it.
A man identified as Omal Jamar, a whistleblower who has recorded the voter fraud being carried out, claims 80,000 to 100,000 Somali immigrant votes may be bought through the plot. Other politicians, including locals, are allegedly in on the scheme.
Another man said that he received $800 for his vote and that election judges take money to ignore the fraud.
The video also revealed that Omar is allegedly involved in the fraud and that her employees manage polling places and tally votes. People are also reportedly posing as translators to accompany immigrants into the voting booth and instruct them how to vote. The fraud is being carried out for the November general election, in addition to already having been committed in previous ones.
One person identified as a former political worker says the people organizing the voting fraud paid $250,000 to would-be voters in a single election cycle.
"This is a big business, because look, this girl's [Ilhan Omar] going to propose how to end the money to Israel," he said.
He also said a Palestinian man has helped to organize and finance the efforts.
"... So it's all about money and power and they want her to defund Israel money," he said.
The voting fraud ring is described in the video as a open secret, especially in Minneapolis's Somali community. Buying votes and voting for other people are violations of federal law.