Fraudster O'Keefe takes credit for GOP wins

Talk about your narcissistic personality disorder:

Democrat incumbent Kay Hagan went from a two-point lead to a two-point loss to Republican Thom Tillis after videos released by Project Veritas. So does the undercover work of guerrilla journalists like O’Keefe make a difference? He thinks so. … O’Keefe explained local media outlets pay attention when there are allegations of vote fraud against their candidates, especially if there is video to back the claims.

The concrete result of his work is that Voter ID laws are being given more consideration. “Sources tell me in North Carolina that they were able to get that Voter ID implemented in 2016 – it was not implemented this year but it will be – many people have said that’s directly because of our videos in the past.

So, not only did you sway the elections in several states, you also succeeded in getting legislation passed from coast to coast as well. And how are you sleeping? The current medication you're taking is known to occasionally disrupt REM sleep, so this recurring dream of being a political catalyst is not necessarily a bad thing. Tomorrow I want to talk about all these different versions of you riding in a bus. It could be enlightening.

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When one produces

dishonest fiction in video form, it's quite straightforward to produce dishonest fiction in "news" stories.

(and of course, Wing Nut Daily is a leading purveyor of dishonest fiction).

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"I will have a priority on building relationships with the minority caucus. I want to put substance behind those campaign speeches." -- Thom Tillis, Nov. 5, 2014

Still waiting for Tillis to

Still waiting for Tillis to take me up on my offer to meet and discuss policy. He said he wants to represent me. He said he wants to work with the minority.

As I said in my open letter, prove it.