Ballot harvesting is a problem in America. And the practice is rife with opportunities for voter fraud. 

Now, new evidence uncovered by Project Veritas shows that the State of Minnesota may have major problems with this practice - and it may, in fact, play a big role in how the key swing state's electors are cast in the upcoming 2020 election.

The Project Veritas video shows an alleged ballot harvester, Liban Mohamed, rifling through over 300 Minnesota ballots in his car. Under Minnesota law, no individual can be the designated agent for more than 3 absentee voters. 

Project Veritas has demonstrated that there are serious concerns about voter fraud and election security, at least in the State of Minnesota. But common sense should tell us that it should be a concern everywhere - especially if the "harvesters" are requesting ballots for senior citizens and then filling them out themselves, as at least one "harvester" confesses. 

Combine this practice with mass vote-by-mail campaigns being run in some states and the extended deadlines for ballots to be received, and it's not hard to see that there is a perfect storm brewing for election interference. But this time, it's for real. 

To act like voter fraud is not a real problem or does not have the potential to impact this election - but thinking that Russian Facebook ads are the most dangerous things on planet earth - is simply living with one's head in the sand. 

However, as far as the media is concerned, there is nothing to see here.