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Harassing political setback for veteran democratic congressman gene -- Moran.
His 23 year old son Patrick.
Resigning from his reelection campaign after getting caught on video apparently.
Advising people on how they would commit voter fraud.
He was secretly recorded by conservative activists.
Posing as campaign volunteers.
Ran initially resisted their questions about casting a legal ballots.
Before then offering some tips.
-- forging IDs he claims that at no point did he think that they were serious.
Let's bring in hot spots of -- who is a senior legal fellow.
With The Heritage Foundation and a county election official.
In Virginia -- welcome.
Good to have you here morning.
-- out at me when you listen to this he he does sort of brushed them off in the beginning in -- says well basically you know you're gonna do that -- better get it right.
What do you -- work.
Guy he did it well look he he then -- that giving him pretty detailed instructions.
On how to for -- a utility bill which you can then is to get around Virginia -- voter ID law and also says.
That if -- challenge don't worry there will be lawyers there from Obama for America and they will help support you.
He says -- you know afterwards he's 23 years old and he was working for his -- reelection campaign as we point out.
-- -- today -- in hindsight I should -- immediately walked away making it clear that there is no place in electoral process for even the suggestion of illegal behavior.
Joking or not so he he's he's suggesting that he was just he was kidding around never meant for this to be a serious.
Oh please look this is a long video it's 26 minutes it's not very short.
He was not kidding around he was giving the guy instructions.
On how to cast.
Fraudulent ballots and by the way.
That's a felony under federal law attempting to -- Q were.
Fraudulent ballots is a violation of the law and it's something that should be investigated by the US attorney how does this affect the landscape in Virginia at -- -- Well look about a week and a half ago I was actually criticized in the Washington Post because I said that Virginia has.
Voter ID law was weak because it allowed things like utility bills -- that shows in fact.
That was right and it's a very close date nobody knows who's going to win the state right now but even a little bit of pride could perhaps make the difference in the outcome.
Time passed very interesting policy have leatherman is watching your state very closely thanks very inherited --
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