Video of the day: Illinois Democrat Party leader tells voters to ‘vote early, vote often. Whatever you can get away with’

Today’s video of the day comes to us courtesy of the Gateway Pundit, which reported that a leader of the St. Clair, Illinois, Democrat Party told attendees at a local rally to “vote early, vote often. Whatever you can get away with.”

“J. B. Pritzker, he’s going to win. He’s going to win big. But he won’t win if we don’t get out and vote. We need the early vote. Like I say, we can play East St. Louis, vote early, vote often. Whatever you can get away with. I shouldn’t say that, but I really don’t care,” he said, according to the transcript provided by Jim Hoft.  It appears from the Party Facebook page the so-called “Labor Rally” was held on September 15.

Here’s the video:

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Judging from the reaction of the audience, it’s possible the speaker was just joking.  But his closing remark is enough to make one think otherwise.

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