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WALTER784
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From: WALTER784

May-31

Did you know that requesting a voter to sign their request for absentee ballot is racist??? (* ROFLMAO *)

Meanwhile, the Latest Georgia Voting Rights Controversy Is Erupting - Asking for a Signature Is Now Racist

By Brad Slager
May 09, 2022 7:00 PM ET

Have we finally reached peak outrage in the latest fight over Georgia election laws?
 
Lost in all the current furor, between Florida banning gay students, Elon Musk setting the Constitution on fire by employing the First Amendment, and the country being cast into the dark ages over the right to kill infants, there is more attempted outrage simmering in the state of Georgia. More voting controversies are being claimed, and the rationale offered is only getting dumber.
 
On the surface, it sounds like a serious challenge is being waged against an iniquity. Three separate voting groups have filed suit against the Georgia State Elections Board over new rules put in place stemming from the recent voter integrity law the state passed that had the country in an imbalanced uproar, which would appear to indicate there is a severe violation in place threatening.
 
That is until you read the court filing and see how ludicrous this current claim turns out to be.
 
The suit has been brought by Democratic Party legal bomb-thrower Marc Elias, helping to file this by a coalition of Vote.org, the Georgia Alliance of Retired Americans, and Priorities USA. The suit takes issue with the requirement that submissions for absentee ballots must be filled out by the voter and submitted with a written signature by the deadline date in order to receive a ballot in the mail. The issue? As stated in the court filing: 
 
The question posed by this lawsuit is simple: can the State of Georgia use arcane rules and administrative traps to deny absentee ballots to eligible voters? 
 
What specifically do they have a problem with this filing? This rule prohibits the submission online and the use of a digital signature, something that can aid those looking to submit ballots in bulk or through other nefarious means. What angers these groups is the requirement of a request needing to be submitted with a name and signature appearing with ink – that is, what is dubbed to be a “wet signature.” The opposition to this most basic operation in document verification is the ridiculous part – it is said to be racist.
 
Priorities USA explains in a statement: 
 
“The requirement of a ‘wet’ signature on an absentee ballot application simply creates a pretext to unfairly disqualify voters, particularly Black and brown voters, from their constitutional right to vote. This rule is yet another attempt by the Georgia Legislature to suppress voting rights,” said Guy Cecil, Chairman of Priorities USA. “Onerous requirements like this have historically been used to dilute the political power of marginalized communities. Priorities USA has been fighting voter suppression in the courts since 2015 and we will continue to work against these discriminatory policies.”
 
Taking it even further, in the court filing the coalition also invokes the Civil Rights Act.
 
Section 101 of the Civil Rights Act prohibits election officials from denying any individual the right to vote “because of an error or omission on any record or paper relating to any application.”
 
What works against this claim is the phrase from that section clarifying, “if the error or omission is immaterial in determining whether the individual is qualified to vote.” It appears to be rather obvious that a valid signature is quite material in determining the qualification of the person claiming to request an absentee ballot.
 
We get served all the usual buzzwords in this latest effort to eliminate sound voting requirements: disenfranchised citizens, voting rights restricted, voting suppression, impacting minority communities, and the like. New laws, meant to prevent abuse through those efforts implemented in 2020 as an emergency response to the pandemic, were put in place to restore voting integrity.
 
These arguments are falling on a growing number of deaf ears, as the promises of oppression have not materialized and the need to employ more reductive race-based claims continues to undermine their arguments. Then, factor in that minorities regularly show support for voter integrity measures like voter ID, and you start to see that these groups are being used by the ruling class in the party to install measures to facilitate their voting tactic goals.
 
Look at how during the pandemic, extreme locations like New York City or Washington D.
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From: WALTER784

May-31

DESPICABLE: ‘2000 Mules’ Reveals 200+ Mules In Maricopa County, Possible 207,435 ILLEGAL Votes Trafficked In Arizona – RINO AG Mark Brnovich Does NOTHING

By Assistant Editor
Published May 13, 2022 at 8:45am

Dinesh D’Souza’s “2000 Mules” documentary exposed even more shocking evidence that the 2020 Presidential Election was stolen in Arizona, and RINO Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich refuses to do anything about it.
 
The bombshell film presented Irrefutable evidence of systematic wide-scale voter fraud discovered by True The Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht and 30-year election intelligence expert Greg Phillips.
 
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Using publicly available geotracking data from the cellphones of ballot trafficking “Mules” and over four million minutes of security footage from dropboxes across the country, True The Vote shows us exactly how Democrats rigged the 2020 election with mail-in voter fraud.
 
Catherine and Greg purchased cellphone geotracking data from October 1st, 2020, through the 2020 General Election in key swing states across the country and narrowed their search parameters to pinpoint their Mules. Individuals who made unique trips to ten or more ballot drop boxes and five or more visits to a nonprofit organization were identified as ballot Mules.
 
“When we started the project, we had to figure out how are we going to describe the individuals and the elements involved, and to us, it felt a lot like a cartel… So we began to use that vernacular. A Mule is, by our definition, a person that is involved in picking up ballots from locations and running them to the drop boxes,” said Catherine Engelbrecht.
 
The Mules were discovered picking up ballots from Democratic nonprofits or “stash houses” in each state and dropping them off at various ballot dropboxes around town.
 
Many were even filmed visiting dropboxes in the middle of the night, wearing gloves while handling ballots, and photographing themselves stuffing the ballots. These alone are major red flags.
 
In the film, Engelbrecht explained,
 
One of the questions that will come up in the work that we’ve done is, “well, how do you know that this wasn’t just somebody that’s got a big family and they just deposited a bunch of ballots once?” Or, “how do you know that this person didn’t just work at a location that is near a Dropbox and so they’re constantly going by a Dropbox?“ the elements that are added to here, the going to the nonprofits, the ability to identify the pattern of approach to Dropbox and that it is going not past a Dropbox and on but directly to a Dropbox and back to another point and then to another Dropbox; all of these things.
 
Over 200 Mules were discovered in Phoenix, the largest city in Arizona and Maricopa County. “We have recently learned video was specifically turned off on particular drop boxes [in Arizona],” said Greg Phillips.
 
In 2021, The full forensic audit of Maricopa County’s 2020 election discovered hundreds of thousands of additional ballot discrepancies and illegal votes.
 
Almost one month before the” 2000 Mules” worldwide premiere, Mark Brnovich finally released a long-awaited “interim report” on the Maricopa County election audit, where he described Maricopa County’s ongoing failures to comply with his investigation and revealed that “between 100,000 and 200,000 ballots were transported without a proper chain of custody.” The actual number of ballots lacking chain of custody documentation is believed to be much higher, and Brnovich failed to mention the 200,000 ballot signature issues identified by Dr. Shiva.
 
“The EIU’s review has uncovered instances of election fraud by individuals who have been or will be prosecuted for various elections crimes,” stated his report. 
 
Despite these horrible crimes and the massive evidence that has been presented, said prosecutions have not been made. Instead, “he wants to be politically correct,” said President Trump.
 
Shortly after the premiere of 2000 Mules, which was sold out in every theatre in Maricopa County, Brnovich claimed that he was fighting “every day for trustworthy elections.” Yet, he hasn’t said a word or taken any action in response to True The Vote
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May-31

I posted a new discussion about voter fraud found and overturned in a small city in CA.

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May-31

Mark Elias again.

WALTER784
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From: WALTER784

Jun-1

Yep... he only operates in corrupt circles...

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From: WALTER784

Jun-1

Sheriff of Arizona county featured in '2000 Mules' announces 2020 voting fraud investigations

Alleged Yuma County ballot harvesting "mule" interviewed in the documentary is cooperating with authorities, says the film's director, Dinesh D'Souza.

Updated: May 13, 2022

The sheriff's office of an Arizona county highlighted in Dinesh D'Souza's "2000 Mules" documentary on alleged ballot harvesting and trafficking in the 2020 presidential election announced Wednesday it has teamed up with the county recorder to investigate 2020 election fraud. 
 
The Yuma County Sheriff's Office announced Wednesday that as of March, it has 16 open voter fraud cases.
 
The Sheriff's Office and the Recorder's Office "are working together to actively examine cases of voting fraud from the 2020 General Election and now a recent pattern of fraudulent voter registration forms leading up to the 2022 Primary Election," according to the YCSO.
 
"Some examples of voter fraud Yuma County is currently seeing," the sheriff reports, "are the following:
 
Impersonation fraud: Voting in the name of other legitimate voters and voters who have died or moved away.
 
False registrations: Falsifying voter registrations by either using a real or fake name, birth date, or address. This is being done by outreach groups who are paid for each registration form they submit, therefore, are out soliciting voters into unnecessarily re-registering or falsifying forms with Yuma County [residents'] identities.
 
Duplicate voting: Submitting multiple votes or registering in multiple locations and voting in the same election in more than one jurisdiction or state.
 
Fraudulent use of absentee ballots: Requesting absentee ballots and voting without the knowledge of the actual voter; or obtaining the absentee ballot from a voter and either filling it in directly and forging the voter's signature or illegally telling the voter who to vote for."
 
Released last week, "2000 Mules" relies on geotracking data and video surveillance footage obtained by election integrity watchdog True the Vote purporting to show hundreds of "mules" stuffing drop boxes with absentee ballots during odd hours in battleground states. 
 
True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht said in a statement Thursday: "We are extremely encouraged that the Yuma County Sheriff's Office and Recorder's Office are now working together to investigate individuals involved in the subversion of elections. We've spent concentrated time in Yuma County and have provided significant information to both state and federal authorities. What has been happening in Yuma County is happening across the country. The targeting of vulnerable communities and voter abuse must be stopped."
 
In an interview on the John Solomon Reports podcast episode to be aired Friday, D'Souza, the film's director, revealed that an alleged Yuma County mule interviewed by True the Vote in his documentary is cooperating with authorities.
 
"[I]t's so great that in that exact venue, the sheriff has now announced a new investigation," D'Souza said. "It seems to be a direct response to the work both of True the Vote and the movie.
 
"So this idea that the movie is making all these outlandish claims, law enforcement doesn't even have to look at it — complete nonsense. And this, I hope, is only the first step."
 
Multiple media outlets, including The Associated Press and Politifact, have fact-checked the film, challenging the accuracy and interpretation of the evidence presented by the filmmaker.
 
Despite the film being released on alternative platforms such as Rumble and Locals and receiving negative mainstream media coverage, D'Souza said that in about five days a million people have seen "2000 Mules" and it has made over $10 million, "which, for a political documentary, is like downright insane."
 
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has already indicted a half dozen people on illegal ballot harvesting charges. In December 2020, Brnovich's office announced the indictments of two ballot harvesters from Yuma County.

Sheriff of Arizona county featured in '2000 Mules' announces 2020 voting fraud investigations | Just The News

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From: Showtalk

Jun-1

Elias IS the circle.

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From: Showtalk

Jun-1

The sheriff was exposed and now he has no choice.

WALTER784
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From: WALTER784

Jun-3

Yuma County Woman Guillermina Fuentes Finally Pleads Guilty In Ballot Trafficking Case

By Jordan Conradson
Published June 2, 2022 at 6:38pm

Gadsden Elementary School Board Member and former Mayor of San Luis Guillermina Fuentes has pleaded guilty to her role in a sophisticated ballot trafficking ring that stole the 2020 Presidential election from President Trump in Arizona.
 
Fuentes was originally indicted for two Class 4 felonies of Forgery and Conspiracy, a Class 5 felony of Ballot Abuse, and a Class 6 felony of Ballot Abuse. She pleaded guilty to only one class 6 felony for ballot abuse, despite trafficking many ballots and forging signatures on ballots. The charges for ballot signature forgery were dropped.
 
According to Arizona State Senate candidate Gary Snyder, her next sentencing hearing is on June 30th at 1:30 pm.
 
The Gateway Pundit reported that Guillermina Fuentes was set to plead guilty today for illegally harvesting ballots for Democrats in Arizona.
 
A second accomplice, Alma Yadira Juarez, also pleaded guilty for her role in a local ballot trafficking operation during the 2020 primary election long after this evidence was delivered to law enforcement. Juarez, who was indicted in December 2020, admitted to authorities that Fuentes gave her the ballots to stuff into ballot boxes. Fuentes was later indicted for multiple felonies.
 
David Lara and Gary Snyder busted this ballot trafficking ring — which was further investigated and exposed by True the Vote and “2000 Mules” — using undercover cameras in August 2020. The Gateway Pundit reported that Mark Brnovich received this evidence before the General election, but he waited for months and certified a rigged election.
 
Hopefully, she gave more information about her accomplices. As The Gateway Pundit reported, search warrants were recently served for Gloria Torres, another member of the Gadsden Elementary School Board, at the Comité De Bien Estar nonprofit in connection to this criminal organization.
 
The Albuquerque Journal reported:
 
An Arizona woman accused of illegally collecting early ballots in the 2020 primary election pleaded guilty Thursday in an agreement with state prosecutors that saw the more serious forgery and conspiracy charges dismissed and limited any potential for a lengthy prison sentence.
 
Guillermina Fuentes, 66, could get probation for running what Arizona attorney general’s office investigators said was a sophisticated operation using her status as a well-known Democratic operative in the border city of San Luis to persuade voters to let her gather and in some cases fill out their ballots.
 
Prosecutors were apparently unable to prove the most serious charges, dropping three felony counts alleging that Fuentes filled out one voter’s ballot and forged signatures on some of the four ballots she illegally returned for people who were not family members.
 
Gary Snyder tweeted today’s verdict.
 
Fuentes received the lowest charge possible. It was a “slap on the wrist.”
 
“SHE LEFT LAUGHING HER A** OFF,” SAID GARY SNYDER.
 
RINO Attorney General Mark Brnovich did not even show up to the hearing, despite being in Yuma this morning. Instead, he was posturing at the border and interviewing with Fox News’ Sandra Smith, who claims that “2000 Mules” has been debunked.
 
It looks like Mark Brnovich dropped the ball again. He has always been weak on election integrity.
 
Contact Mark Brnovich to demand real action against these criminals.

Yuma County Woman Guillermina Fuentes Finally Pleads Guilty In Ballot Trafficking Case (thegatewaypundit.com)

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From: WALTER784

Jun-3

HUGE: Arizona Election Fraud Investigation Is A “Direct Response” To ‘2000 MULES’ Investigation And Whistleblower Interview

By Assistant Editor
Published May 13, 2022 at 9:10pm

Dinesh D’Souza’s “2000 Mules” documentary exposed massive evidence of illegal ballot trafficking during the 2020 Presidential Election in key swing states nationwide, and law enforcement is now investigating these crimes in Arizona. 
 
According to Dinesh, “2000 Mules” is the most successful political documentary in a decade with over $10 million in revenue! The Gateway Pundit reported that the movie will be coming back to theaters due to high demand.
 
Every American needs to see this movie.
 
The film features an interview that True The Vote’s Greg Phillips conducted with a whistleblower in Yuma County who took part in this illegal ballot trafficking ring.
 
The whistleblower said she was working as a receptionist and told Phillips, “I was just instructed to go ahead and receive ballots from various people, females mostly, and on Friday, they would come and pick up payment. I assumed that was payments for what they were doing.”
 
Whistleblower: And then I would get a call to find out how many ballots and if they were already prefilled out first. And she would come into the office, look at them, and then before she left, she would either take them herself, but other times she would ask me if I could drop them off at the library.
 
Phillips: So what was the instruction?
 
Whistleblower: Just to drop them off in the drop the dropbox, the early ballots.
 
Phillips: Was there a reason she wanted you to go to that Dropbox as opposed to maybe city hall?
 
Whistleblower: There are no cameras there. And she would want me to take it in the evening when it was dark also.
 
Phillips: Do you personally think that the elections in San Luis are free and fair?
 
Whistleblower: No. They’re fixed. They’ve been fixed. They already know, seriously, who is going to win the next election before it even happens.
 
Phillips: How do you think this affects the community, especially the Hispanic community? Because it seems like they’re preying on minorities.
 
Whistleblower: They’re an easy target because most of the Hispanics that live in the town are not well educated as far as the law. They look at it mostly as Oh, she’s trying to help us because we’re older, because she’s having someone come and pick it up at my house, because I don’t drive. Most of them, maybe I would say honestly 90% of the elderly that live in San Luis don’t drive or have relatives that are willing to drive them to do this, to go to the voting polls. Back when I first moved into the city of San Luis, I did have somebody come and knock on my door and ask for my ballot. And it was somebody I knew that I had known for many years since I was a child and up to this date. That person does not talk to me because they said there was no way I was giving them my ballot.
 
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I call it the Mexican Mafia, seriously. Because they work like that.
 
I offered [to help] a long time ago. But, again, they told me “no, no dont because you’re gonna end up in the trashcan in pieces“
 
Phillips: What do you think it’s gonna take to get this trafficking to stop?
 
Whistleblower: For people to get caught and to pay the price.
 
Greg Phillips previously said, “We learned video was specifically turned off on particular drop boxes [in Arizona].”  
 
Yesterday, The Gateway Pundit reported that the Yuma County Sheriff’s office released a report on ‘Yuma County Voting Fraud’ in the 2020 General and 2022 Primary Elections.
Yesterday, True The Vote also reported,
 
Today, the Yuma County (AZ) Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) announced in a Press Release that they, alo
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