Football stars move to Minnesota to vote?
Take heart Vikings fans, the Super Bowl is within your reach. Devastated by his failure to save his team at the last minute, embarrassed by the scolding his wife administered to his team mates, Tom Brady is throwing in his football and moving to Minnesota. And all that knee dropping in mile high Denver is making Timothy Tebow breathless, negatively affecting his performance. So he's off to Minnesota too.
In advance of the 20120 Presidential Caucus, Project Veritas' investigators visited the state of 10,000 lakes yesterday and inquired with voter registrations officials if they could register on behalf of others . . .including the names of today's NFL star quarterbacks:
Project Veritas Investiagor: (sic) "Thomas Brady he just happened to be assaulted in Minnesota so he's going through a lot of depression so he can't come in to register to vote.
Voter Registration Official: That's all right . . . if he fills this form out, then he would get on the list where he would automatically, every election, get one of these forms in the mail which he would then fill out and mail to us and then we would send him a ballot.
Project Veritas Investiagor: (sic) "Timothy Tebow, he got in a car accident recently and I don't think he's going to be able physically come in to cast a ballot to vote"
Voter Registration Official: He can always absentee vote.
After visiting five voter registrations offices, Project Veritas' investigators where provided with dozens of voter registrations applications that simply had to be mailed back with no identification, notarization or other means of verification.
When our investigator asked, "There would he (sic) no way of knowing if some one was misrepresented themselves on the form, this correct?"
The voter registration worker responded, "We're not the police."
They're right, they're not the police but merely government workers sworn to uphold the laws of honesty and verification. And of course demanding ID from such celebrities is...racism!
Roger Simon has the video-and a Minnesota voter registration form.