WATCH: Hillary Caught On Camera Breaking North Carolina Election Laws – VIDEO

Did Hillary just break NC election laws? It sure as hell looks like it!

Most states mandate that candidates cannot campaign anywhere near polling sites and North Carolina is NO different.

North Carolina is currently allowing citizens to vote early. Clinton visited one of the NC polling stations that’s open.

Here’s NC election law concerning campaigning near polling sites.

N.C.G.S. §163-166.4(a) No person or group of persons shall hinder access, harass others, distribute campaign literature, place political advertising, solicit votes, or otherwise engage in election-related activity in the voting place or in a buffer zone.

The buffer zone will be 50 feet from the entrance to the polling place except where deemed by the Wake County Board of Elections to be necessarily closer, but no less than 25 feet from the entrance to the polling place. There will be publication of information regarding the entrance location and distance of the buffer zone no later than 30 days before the election.

Now let’s check out some video of Hillary doing the exact OPPOSITE of what the law allows.

Here are a few pictures that were posted to social media.




Oh snap! That doesn’t look good. Some might even say that’s CHEATING. That’s why Trump calls her “Crooked Hillary.”

Share this if you want b-tch Hillary charged with breaking election law!

Jeff was the national rally organizer to free Marine Sgt. Tahmooressi from the Mexican prison, chairman emeritus of Ross Perot’s Reform Party of California, and a former candidate for governor. Jeff is editor-in-chief at Freedom Daily. He wrote for former Hollywood talent agent & Breitbart contributor, Pat Dollard, and headed up his 30 person research team. Mr. Rainforth also wrote for the Wayne Dupree Show. Jeff is single & says he is not gay.

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