Despite liberals suggesting that the very thought of voter fraud is simply a delusion concocted by Donald Trump and his supporters, it is a very real problem.

A recent exposé by James O’Keefe at Project Veritas has proven that. In the video, a Democrat operative can be seen discussing tactics on how to bring in voters from out of state and how to avoid prosecution for doing so.

Still, far-left, open-borders Democrats – who would have everyone vote in the elections illegally if they could – still try to insist that it doesn’t happen.

New York City mayor Bill de Blasio for instance, said Rudy Giuliani was “increasingly delusional” about the existence of voter fraud.

Unfortunately for that narrative, Bill Clinton’s closest advisor and now-Hillary surrogate James Carville confessed that voter fraud exists and will occur in the upcoming election.

“Well, of course there will be some fraud,” Carville declared on MSNBC.

Via the Daily Caller:

The man known as the Ragin’ Cajun has spoken.

Democratic strategist and avid Clinton supporter James Carville weighed in on the final presidential debate from New Orleans Wednesday night between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Appearing on MSNBC, Carville acknowledged to anchor Brian Williams, “Well, of course there will be some fraud.”

And then….will this thing be rigged like Trump says it will be?

“To the question of will there be fraud?” he asked. “Well, of course there will be some fraud. You couldn’t have 130, 140 million people do something perfectly.”

Examples of ‘some fraud’ can be seen in Philadelphia, where non-citizens were registered to vote, some of which had already voted in previous elections. ‘Some fraud’ can be seen in Illinois, where Democrats were caught bribing voters with cash. It can be seen in Texas where people were allowed to cast votes without identification by using mail-in ballots.

And ‘some fraud’ became ‘prevalent fraud’ just a few short years ago when a Democrat operative in upstate New York declared his party to be engaged in ballot manipulation and forgery that he defined as “a normal political tactic.”

Fact is, voter fraud exists. It is real. And even a dyed-in-the-wool liberal like Carville recognizes that.

Cross-posted at the Political Insider