James O’Keefe came to New Hampshire to share a documented case of vote fraud. They recorded a citizen admitting to voting in two states for the same election. He brought the evidence to the NH AG, who then handed James a subpoena.
The double voter was eventually charged but not until after this event and public pressure applied to the Nh AG as a result of it.
Below James explains the circumstances and explores the ongoing issue of election fraud in the Granite State and the actions of State authorities to punish him for pointing out the flaws in their system.
Note: His complete remarks have been divided up into shorter more digestible segments.
CNHT chairman Ed Nail gives us a vote-fraud warm-up for what follows during the dinner event. James O’keefe’s latest investigation.
Ed gives us a recent history of the NH AG’s office and it’s “pursuit” of vote stealers in New Hampshire including all the details they didn’t share with the press (if they even pursued the case) that activists uncovered.
Jim shares a sad electoral truth. Democrats run for office pretending to support the second amendment. Once in office, they do everything in their power to subvert it. Beginning with ‘reasonable restrictions.’
If you are wondering what the NHGOP has done since Steve Stepanek took over this is your answer. Steve explains what the state party has done in the ten weeks since he took over, what it is planning, and where it is going as we march inexorably toward November 2020 and beyond.
Bill O’Brien introduced a personal message from Texas Senator Ted Cruz to our Summit attendees. Sen. Cruz wanted to be there but it was his daughters birthday weekend. So, he made time to record some thoughts.
Before that Bill took aim at the New Hampshire Democrat Delegation’s failure to represent the Granite State, with a focus on Sen. Shaheen who is up for re-election in 2020.
(Note – Steve mistakenly says he is pro-choice in his opening remarks. He corrects that after his speech. Steve is 100% pro-life from conception to natural death. Watch it in part 2 at the 8 min mark.)