In a video released by Project Veritas on Monday, Jan. 4, the alleged Executive of Central Outreach and Advocacy Center (OAC) admitted that her organization allows thousands of homeless people to use the center’s address to vote, even though they do not live there.

OAC is an advocacy center for the homeless in Atlanta.

“So the majority of the people we serve don’t have an address, so we allow them to use our address if they register to vote and to get GA state ID,” Kimberly Parker, the Executive Director for OAC, said. “We do allow them to use 201 Washington Street (Atlanta, GA).”

“Can’t even begin to tell you how many people have that address on their ID. And we’ve never run into any problem with that until this election, and one of our board members got wind that they thought we’re doing things not on the up and up …” she said, adding they’ve done that for years.

“Georgia law requires a person to vote where they live, and permitting someone to use a false statement on voter registration is illegal and punishable by up to 10 years imprisonment,” the video states, citing Georgia’s election law.

Central OAC deleted their Twitter account after the video was released. “What are they trying to hide? We already got it all on tape!” said James O’Keefe, the Project Veritas founder. 

Veritas released the video the night before the senate runoff elections that will determine which party controls the U.S. Senate. 

Last week, President Donald Trump reiterated that “massive corruption which took place in the 2020 Election” and the Georgia consent decree—an agreement reached by state Democratic and Republican officials on ballot signature before the election—is “unconstitutional.”

“Additionally, the Georgia Consent Decree is Unconstitutional & the State 2020 Presidential Election is, therefore, both illegal and invalid, and that would include the two current Senatorial Elections,” the president said.

In a phone call to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger this week, President Trump laid out several specific allegations of election irregularities, including double voting, dead people voting, Trump votes shredded, and illegal out-of-state voters, among others. But Raffensperger denied all these allegations.  

“I spoke to Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger yesterday about Fulton County and voter fraud in Georgia. He was unwilling or unable to answer questions such as the ‘ballots under table’ scam, ballot destruction, out of state ‘voters,’ dead voters, and more. He has no clue!” President Trump wrote on Twitter several hours before the video was leaked to Washington Post. 

Raffensperger responded to the president’s statement in a tweet: “Respectfully, President Trump: What you’re saying is not true. The truth will come out.”

In November, Raffensperger issued a warning to groups that help people move to the state solely for voting in the Senate runoff elections. 

“Make no mistake about it, I will seek to prosecute those who try to undermine our elections to the fullest extent of the law,” Raffensperger said in November. “The integrity of our elections is paramount. Outside groups who seek to interfere with democracy in Georgia should be forewarned that the consequences will be severe.”