In a video bombshell released on Tuesday, a top Democratic activist talks about how to bus people into a state where they can vote illegally -- states and localities in which they do not reside.
The video was released by James O'Keefe III of Project Veritas, a conservative-leaning activist who frequently uses hidden cameras to expose unsavory activities.
"We've been busing people in to deal with you f***ing (people) for 50 years, and we're not going to stop now."
On Tuesday, video released on YouTube showed that O'Keefe unearthed some top Democratic activists scheming to drive up voter tallies for Democrats in swing states. One of those states was Wisconsin, a top target for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as well as Republican Donald Trump.
Wisconsin also has a top race for the U.S. Senate, which could swing control of the chamber.
O'Keefe targeted Scott Foval of People for the American Way, a liberal activist group founded by Hollywood producer Norman Lear.
Foval later in 2016 switched to Amercans United for Change, a well-funded activist group that aids Democrats in "national campaigns that utilize grassroots organizing, polling and message development, earned and paid media, online organizing, grasstops outreach and paid and volunteer phones."
But Foval was fired from Americans United For Change on Monday after O'Keefe's initial YouTube video, in which Foval admitted paying the homeless and mentally ill to disrupt rallies for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
In the new video, Foval tells an undercover Project Veritas reporter that Democrats do indeed bus or transport people into swing states to vote, even though they are from other states. Foval was approached and asked how to get high favorable turnout, ostensibly for a progressive candidate.
"It's a very easy thing for the Republicans to say, "Well, they're busing people in (to vote),'" Foval said. "Well, you know what? We've been busing people in to deal with you f***ing (people) for 50 years, and we're not going to stop now. We're just going to find a different way to do it."
Foval said he used to take part in operations to bus people into Iowa to vote.
But people who conspire to bus in illegal voters now use a different strategy, he told the reporter. Today, the conspirators use cars and rental cars. But Foval said rental cars have to have licenses that match the state.
O'Keefe said he had planned to talk about the admissions of fraud and electoral dirty tricks on several TV news outlets, but they cancelled for fear of how a Hillary Clinton administration would react.