In a recent episode of Redacted Tonight, host Lee Camp covers the shocking details of the New York Board of Elections and the possible reasons for why over 100,000 people’s registrations were altered or purged in the state ahead of the primary.

There have been massive primary voter issues across the country this election cycle from running out of ballots, sloppy counting at Caucuses, mis-placed and mis-identified voter registration, and more.

The issues in New York, though, maybe be more nefarious than all of the others as evidence seems to indicate that an employee of the Board of Elections in New York was paid millions to purge 120,000 voters in order to help rig the election.