WASHINGTON — In a video unearthed by the Black Conservatives Fund, a supporter of incumbent and embattled U.S. Senator Mary Landrieu (a Democrat) called on supporters to vote twice for Landrieu in the upcoming runoff election.
The Washington Free Beacon reported that Don Cravins, the Democratic mayor of Opelousas, Louisiana, made remarks in support of voter fraud to help Landrieu remain in office.
The Free Beacon said:
“If you early-voted, go vote again tomorrow,” Cravins said. “One more time’s not going to hurt.”
Furthermore, Cravins ensured the Landrieu supporters that they would not be prosecuted if they committed voter fraud.
“Tomorrow we’re gonna elect Earl Taylor as D.A. so he won’t prosecute you if you vote twice,” Cravins said.
Cravins is the father of Landrieu’s chief-of-staff, Don Cravins, Jr., and the mayor of Opelousas, La.”
There may be a coincidence of how Louisiana Democrats operate, especially after New Orleans’ last mayor, Democrat Ray Nagin, was sent to prison on corruption charges.