Yes this is his mugshotJames O’Keefe has a new video, you guys, and it is super-exciting because it shows how those horrible Ivy Tower LIEBERALS at the University of North Carolina didn’t fink on a “Democrat-friendly election fraud scheme” of a kid voting for both Romney and Gingrich! Huh? What it says, dudes.

The first part of the video is about foreign-born people registering to vote but then getting out of jury duty by saying they weren’t citizens. Are they? It is impossible to tell (unless James O’Keefe actually wanted to go dig through microfilm, and that is not something an investigative journalist does)! Anyway, here is the more befuddling part of the befuddling video: GOP kids bragging about double-voting GOP, which is obviously Democrat election fraud, DUH.

Another part of the video shows University of North Carolina officials, when told of a Democrat-friendly election fraud scheme purportedly committed by a student and his friends, encouraged the crime instead of doing anything to stop it.

That part shows an actor, posing as fictitious UNC student “Jason Rainier,” discussing the election fraud scheme with Assistant Dean of Students for Community Relations Dean Blackburn, and with LGBTQ Center Director Terri Phoenix.

Neither objected to the young man’s voter-fraud activity, which he termed “Operation Chaos.”

“I was registered to vote in Ohio and I still am,” the actor told Phoenix, with a hidden camera rolling, “and I registered to vote here [in North Carolina] because there was a voter drive and I thought it was my civic duty to register to vote. It’s the right thing to do and all that. And I voted absentee ballot in the Ohio primary and I actually voted here as well — early voted.”

“Oh, did you?” Phoenix asked.

“Yeah,” the fictional Rainier reaffirmed.

“And hopefully no one will figure that out,” she replied, laughing out loud.

“I’ve got about 30 friends,” he said. “They all — we all — decided and committed to, once it looked like Romney was going to get the Republican nomination — we all decided to vote for Gingrich in our home state and then vote for Gingrich here in our other home state of North Carolina.”

“You’re not going to tell anyone, will you?” Rainier then asked Phoenix.

“Oh hell no,” Phoenix responded. “Are you kidding me?”

Why do Democrats keep insisting on being fraudulent, by being portrayed by actors who brag about voting GOP? No moral compasses, we guess. Fuckin’ liberals.


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  • Missippi much, NC?

    • WunkRocker


  • nounverb911

    I thought “Jason Rainier” was sacrificed to the volcano Gods at Mt. Rainier.

    • He's that guy who emulated Johnny Appleseed and planted all those delicious Rainier cherries.

    • Well, this stupid kid sure as hell ain't no Rilke.

  • Barb

    The best vote evah will be the one by the twelve jurist that will send James O'Qweef to prison.

    • nounverb911


      • Barb

        Oh, he's going to gitmo dick and toilet wine than he ever thought possible.

      • Callyson

        …or GTFO.

  • Texan_Bulldog

    James O'Keefe–WAY more annoying than that Free Credit guy. Seriously, who keeps bank rolling this dumb ass now that Andy Breitbart kicked the bucket?

    • Andy probably left more to him than his own children in the will.

    • Terry

      Mommy and Daddy, obvs

    • Jus_Wonderin

      I am thrilled that I am not the only one that finds the Free Credit Report guy annoying.

    • Lascauxcaveman

      Well, if he already had his little video camera, all it costs to stage his idiotic little pseudu-scandals is lunch money and bus fare. Not like he's making a Michael-Bay-type SFX-heavy explodestrganza or something.

  • They had to go to a university to find Liberals in North Carolina.

    • WunkRocker

      fortunately they did not go to Wingate, home of the Jesse Helms Center (and Randy Travis' birthplace). I'm pretty sure lynching is still going on in Marshville.

  • Gota be tough for a player like O'Quiff to get a gig without Breitfart around to bankroll his low-rent merry pranksterism.

    • nounverb911

      O'Keefe's a rent-boy now?

      • Plausible! And also a nobler calling, for him at least.

        • Jus_Wonderin

          I temporarily misread that as nob cobbler……

      • "Now"?

  • boobookitteh

    Well! One professor of unidentified political affiliation giggled at the idea of a group of college kids voting in two states' elections when it really didn't even happen!

    I am convinced of the inherent evil of Democrat-ism. Where do I switch affiliations and swear fealty to my new Republican overlords?

    • Obviously, this is an insult to Sarah Palin and the only possible solution is for Obama to step down

      • boobookitteh

        Obviously. Democrats hate women.

      • V572 Is this him?

        In any case, what failed GOP guerilla-theater operatives really want to talk about is jobs and the economy, and how we can get rid of job-killing Obamacare and excessive regulation of fine financial institutions like JP Morgan.

      • Oh great, now everybody's doing it.

    • MissTaken

      I'm pretty sure the nearest bathhouse is the quickest place to become a Republican.

      • boobookitteh

        That's where you become "Republican by injection".

      • Or come on one…

  • SexySmurf

    The bigger story is that the Assistant Dean is actually named Dean. That's awesome.

    • V572 Is this him?

      The ROTC commandant is Major Major.

      • Jus_Wonderin

        Roger. Over.

      • Fare la Volpe

        That's Major Major Major Major to you.

    • The spirit of Major Major lives on.

    • So they call him Dean Dean? That is awesome.

    • krazyvladimir

      His parents knew his destiny, just like Dick Cheney's parents…….

    • CapnFatback
  • ThankYouJeebus

    It's compromise, people!

    Everyone knows compromise is when Democrats agree with the Republicans. Anything else is just treason.

  • ChernobylSoup

    Because it's not the states' responsibility to check for dual registration, it's liberal professors' responsibility.

    • chicken_thief

      And though illegal, look at the vast repercussions of voting in two state primaries!!!! It would mean that…. uh, well… you see… uh. Hmm, let's look at it this way…

      Ok, lemme git back to you…

  • "O hai, my names is James O'Keefe. Can haz FOIA request?"

  • Wile E. Quixote

    I can't wait until O'Keefe steps too far over the line and ends up facing serious charges because when he does he's going to find out that all of backers are going to be saying "Phone call from who? James O'Keefe? Never heard of him."

    • BaldarTFlagass

      Thought that would happen after Breitbart took the dirt nap, but apparently not.

      • SorosBot

        Remember his daddy is a US Attorney; that's why he's managed to get away with no more than probation for his many crimes.

    • An_Outhouse

      His next lover won't care what his name is.

  • Wow, those assistant deans should have reported that guy to the… um… voting police?… like, immediately.

    Seriously though, can we do one of those things like we did to Sarah Palin where we just refuse to discuss this nitwits uncovering of total non-issues?

  • Poor Jimbo. Ever since Breitbart died, he seems like he's lost his anchor to reality.

  • Not_So_Much

    His psychotic desire for screen time is obviously going to end with him doing gay pron. Why delay any longer? Fire up the rape boat James!

    • He has great ears that can be used as handles for the inevitable skullfucking scenes.

    • chicken_thief

      Bob Marshall just got some serious wood.

  • James Michael Curley

    A few more videos like this from this idiot and we will all be required to pee in a cup before we buy a video camera.

    • Jus_Wonderin

      Hey, you mean we don't already? I just figured the blue shirted guy at Best Buy was being thorough.

      • James Michael Curley

        Only if he asks you to buy a three year service contract on the cup.

  • By the way, what the FUCK is an assistant dean at a university going to do about voter fraud in a public election, besides laugh politely at the obviously deranged asshat in front of him/her?

    Didn't O'Keefe just waste a lot of valuable student tuition to prove a non-existent problem?

    • Callyson

      That assistant dean was supposed to call 911, the IRS, and the INS. Can't be too vigilant in the fight against voter fraud!

  • widestanceromance

    Say, you know what else is against the law?

    • Callyson

      With this Supreme Court, no, I can't say I reliably know what the law is anymore…

    • Fare la Volpe

      Lying about committing voter fraud and filing a false police report?

    • Generation[redacted]

      Corrupting politics with anonymous donor money? No, wait. Nevermind.

    • Chichikovovich

      Breaking into a Senator's office attempting to plant phone-tapping equipment? Attempting to induce someone onto a boat with the intention of false imprisonment and possible sexual assault? Feeding women disabling drugs and refusing to allow them to leave your premises? Registering to vote in the name of someone recently deceased? Taping people without their permission in California?….

      Edit: Sorry – apparently not. This douche is still walking free.

  • FakaktaSouth

    James O'Keefe's stings are like an MNightShamalama-ding-dong (I have no idea how to spell it, so I make fun of HIM, see? Liberal.) ANYWAY it's like those movies, they seem all complicated but when you unravel everything it's just a bunch of nothing.

    • prommie

      yeah, why didn't the rain kill all those aliens way way before mel gibson figured out they melted like witches from the water? And what was with the whole "wife cut in half" thing anyway? Non-sequitor, like, non?

    • Generation[redacted]

      I only saw the last 5 minutes of The Village, and it wasn't bad.

      • You wouldn't say that if you sat through the first 103 minutes

    • James Michael Curley

      Also massive time waste is spending the length of the movie trying to see where NightShamalama-ding-dong is. At least Hitch showed up in the first five or ten minutes.

      Quick, where is he in "Lifeboat"?

      • Fare la Volpe

        His worst was the one that set up the entire plot around a writer whose work changes the world — a writer played by none other than M. Night.

        At least Stephen King had the decency to make his author avatar writers all a bunch of losers who end up murdered and/or murderers.

      • In the Reduco advertisement in the newspaper. Those are actual photos. Hitch lost weight for the movie.

  • Serolf_Divad

    Guy brags to random person –in no way connected to either our electoral system or law enforcement– about doing something illegal, even though he didn't really. Not arrested. Proof of widespread, massive, Democratic voter fraud.

    • If that was the case, every bartender I've ever spoken to is on notice.

    • swordfis

      I'm glad you explained this so I understand it. I was really baffled by the article.

  • BaldarTFlagass

    Quite a circle jerk these guys have, and O'Keefe seems to be the perfect pivot man.

    • prommie

      is the pivot man the one who has to jerk the dudes to his left AND right, and is thus left sad and forlorn, the only unjerked jerk in the circle?

      • DaRooster

        O'Keefe is the hub… the one with all the grease.

    • Jimmyone

      With that thought I will never…..ever….attend a circle jerk again! So there.

  • SorosBot

    Now the government must investigate the outrageous voter fraud that Democrats are committing in James O'Keefe's fevered imagination! Just as they must investigate the alien lizard people who the crazed homeless guy down the street thinks keep kidnapping him.

    • HistoriCat

      A decent society would have a safe place for such mentally ill people. Maybe they would even be able to help the homeless guy.

  • spends2much

    Shouldn't this dude,um, expire under mysterious circumstances, soon? Barack, man, come on!

  • The New Hampshire Union Leader cited "Project Veritas" as reason to adopt a voter id law without ever mentioning that James O'Keefe, criminal, is behind it.

    • Generation[redacted]

      Politicians like that lead me to initiate Project Vino.

  • EatsBabyDingos

    I have a sign that says "The Collected Wit and Wisdom of James O"Keefe." It hangs on my toilet when it is clogged.

  • Matt Boyle wrote the "column"

    Now it finally makes sense. One loser writes about another. Logrolling in our time.

  • Dildeaux

    Expecting tenure to be abolished and UNC to become for-profit as a result of JO's stellar videographic excellence.

  • SayItWithWookies

    Oh my goodness — the assistant dean didn't spring into action and call 911 immediately to report voter fraud when a complete stranger told him about it happening — um — earlier this winter? Was it because he didn't give a rat's ass, or he was imagining the person at the police station asking him "and why the fuck are you bothering me with this nonsense?"

    • The "reporter" clearly expected a carfull of cops with helmets and night sticks a-waving to leap into action.

      Fortunately, the Keystone Kops are long gone…

    • Maybe the actor should have worn a hoodie, carried a bag of skittles and used blackface? That would get some sort of response.

      • SayItWithWookies

        Or James O'Keefe could get a black friend. Hahahahahaha, just kidding.

  • BaldarTFlagass

    For all the good it did them, given the gay amendment vote thingie last week…

  • mavenmaven

    That guy could have shot O'Keefe right there and called it stand your ground. What an annoying little prick that O'Keefe is.

    • Then put a hoodie on him, and scattered to skittles nearby. He'd totes get away with it!

    • BaldarTFlagass

      I don't think O'Keefe does his own scamming anymore. Like Charles Manson, he gets some other useful idiot to do his heavy lifting.

  • The Dean should have known it was a fucking scam when people said that they were willing to vote for Newt.

    No one wants to vote for Newt… most especially Newt's family.

  • prommie

    I would never advocate violence ever, against anyone, but I am seriously surprised this kid is able to walk the streets without being injured, and this is completely unrelated to his politics and douchebaggerey. Its just that face, when I see that face, I have an uncontrollable urge to punch him in the throat, it is so immediate and so strong I assume it is an evolutionary trait, a deep instinct, and that all humans must feel the same urge when they see him. How is it that he is not throat-punched dozens, if not hundreds, of times each day?

    • BaldarTFlagass

      Even the nerds gave him wedgies in high school.

      • prommie

        Thats what I mean, man. Something about him makes me just turn all Nelson Muntz and start jonesing to stuff him in a garbage can or give him a swirly, steal his lunch money and snap him with a towel. And throatpunch him, I mean just savagely throatpunch him, too. Collapse his larynx.

        • Jus_Wonderin

          Can we cover him in lard, too?

          • prommie

            Penny him in his dorm room and throw firecrackers in through the transom.

          • Generation[redacted]

            Hold him down and cut his hair, then deny remembering doing it!

          • BaldarTFlagass

            Looks like someone already took care of that.

  • Thanks, Jimmy! We will round up your friend and his co-conspirators toute suite.

  • pdiddycornchips

    I can't wait for this guy to infiltrate the New Black Panthers.

  • EatsBabyDingos

    What kind of "Dean" doesn't put them on Double Secret Probation?

  • Slim_Pickins

    Well no one at UNC called "bullshit" so they must have believed him.

  • elburritodeluxe

    With that idiotic grin it's hard to tell whether he's tricking them or just stupid.

  • __kth__

    Hi, I just robbed 5 banks. No, really, I did; aren't you gonna call the police? WONKETTE COMMENT SECTION WINKS AT ARMED ROBBERY!!!

    • Generation[redacted]

      This proves liberals are behind all the armed robberies in America.

  • DaRooster


  • ElPinche

    Needs moar O'Keefe in orange jump suits.

  • BaldarTFlagass

    Good thing these guys weren't around in 1948 , or they wouldn't have the Civil Rights Act or Medicare/Medicaid to hate on today.

  • EatsBabyDingos

    I hope his next "sting" involves a 498 pound bumblebee and his backside.

  • Baconzgood


    • Generation[redacted]

      Hey, you can't use the R-word here! Although I agree in this case it is appropriate.

  • pdiddycornchips

    I would very much enjoy never hearing about the antics of Mr. O'Keefe in this or any other lifetime.

    Here's the thing about our culture. Once your name is known, you're guaranteed a lifetime of media coverage. It doesn't matter if you're known for being a prick (Mr. O'Keefe, Joe the Plumber, ect.) or a slut (Bristol, various Kardasians), there will always be a seat for you at the table. Any statement, action or cause, no matter how ridiculous, will be the subject of debate and conversation. Any moron with a platform can quickly monetize their fame and earn a very nice living. The economy might suck but it's a bull market for douche bags.

  • hagajim

    So a dumb ass (fake) kid tells people who likely don't give two shits that he voted Republican twice in two different states and that's what Jimmy decides is Democrat voted fraud? How in the hell did he get there? I know news days are sometimes slow, but at least make your fraud look like fraud by the right party Jimmy. What a maroon.

  • Fare la Volpe

    James O'Keefe


  • BZ1

    Doesn't the O'keefemeister have enuf to do?

  • prommie

    Whats Jon Gosselin up to lately?

  • arduinohacker

    Hmm, wasn't there some Republican Texas attorney general who spent $1.4 million looking for voting fraud, and didn't find a single case? Should someone tell J.O.K about this?

  • niblick77

    …and, when professor poppy pants gets fired for ethics violation from his job he will blame Obama for increasing the rolls of the unemployed.

  • spareme

    I can't stand this fucking guy.

  • fitley

    Did he get a note from his parents to leave their house?

  • lulzmonger

    O'Keefe is covering up the biggest scoop of all.
    My tinfoil beanie sez ALL votes for the GOP are fraudulent!


  • ttommyunger

    The Derp is strong with this one…..although I actually did vote for Gingrich in the Georgia primary, just to fuck with Mittens.

  • M. Williams

    As one of the persons in this video I think it's important to note that the filmmaker misrepresented himself and the topic to me, performed selective editing and dropped an extended conversation in favor of the juiciest quote with no context. This is an important issue tragically reduced to fumbled anonymous "gotcha" journalism. I decided the next day to resign as an election official because I believe we must mean the words we say, especially oaths. I wish the filmmaker had been that honest.

    Note: the above is the text of my comment on the video itself on YouTube. Somewhat hilariously, it has now been voted down by enough people to be invisible. How sad that people are so eager to prefer outrage over investing five seconds in some critical thinking.

  • usuhname

    When you cut the cute bullshit act, how does these guys doing this not seem like someone complaining about trash on a road whilst stand behind a landfill?

    I mean, they make a plutocracy where their rich friends can fill the airwaves with whatever, whenever, anonymously… and this is what they think is bugging democracy? lolz 4 eva 4 realziez

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