Kevin Bae

Non-Social in a Socially Networked World

Project Veritas finally nets a fish

Project Veritas finally took someone down… maybe. She has to be convicted first. Imagine. If she is found guilty she is just one person in Texas. How many more people are like her all over the United States?

This is why our election laws, systems, procedures, and regulations need to be audited, streamlined, and repaired. Without election integrity we don’t have legitimate government.

Rodriguez faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted, according to the news release.

She was captured on an undercover camera as part of a video released by Project Veritas last fall.

In it, Rodriguez appears to show an older woman how to change her vote on a mail-in ballot.

In the same video, Rodriguez described various types of small gifts she gets for voters she comes into contact with.