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Followup: O’Keefe Video Forces Resignation of Rep. Moran (D-VA) Son / Field Director Within A Week Of Alleging GOP Vote Fraud

Earlier today, we covered the latest video sting

English: Rep. James Moran's (D-VA 8th)Congress...

English: Rep. James Moran’s (D-VA 8th)Congressional Portrait. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

by Project Veritas that implicated a sitting Congressman in potential voter fraud.

Well that didn’t take very long.

According to Jim Geraghty:

So what has Congressman Moran been up to lately?

Three prominent Virginia lawmakers are calling on the Department of Justice to investigate possible voter registration fraud connected to a Florida company and its subsidiary Pinpoint.

Congressmen Jim Moran, Bobby Scott and Gerry Connolly sent a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder on Tuesday, asking the justice department to conduct a multi-state investigation.

Indeed, Congressman Moran, let’s investigate this!

I’m so glad I’ve already voted against him. Moran’s Republican opponent, Patrick Murray, could use some help in this deep-blue district.

Word is now breaking that Patrick Moran has resigned from his position on his father’s campaign.

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