You know how democrats kept saying that voter fraud was a myth? Well, it would appear that was a lie.
State officials in Texas indicted a Fort Worth woman being paid by a Tarrant County Democratic Party leader in a massive voter fraud scandal.
The four women in question were arrested and indicted on nearly thirty felony counts of voter fraud: Leticia Sanchez; her daughter, Leticia Sanchez Tepichin; Rosa Solis; and Laura Parra.
Leticia Sanchez had found out about the investigation, and sent out messages to others involved to not participate when approached by authorities.
Here is one of the messages she sent: “Hello, there is a group of malicious people investigating our work. We have been told by our boss, Mr. Stuart, that we should not give any information. Just give them the phone number of the lawyer who is in charge of this matter. If anyone has contacted you, asked any type of questions, please tell us immediately so we can let the lawyer know. Notify immediately.”
According to the state, the women were paid to harvest and change North Texas mail-in ballots to support democrat candidates. Sanchez distributed payments “from funds received from Stuart Clegg” to more than four women for “activities” such as “fraudulent altering (mail-in) applications and submitting them again by fax.”
This is hardly the first case of voter fraud being investigated by the state’s Attorney General. In 2018 alone, Paxton’s office had prosecuted at least “33 defendants for a total of 97 election fraud violations.” Compare that to 97 prosecutions on similar charges for the 12-year period between 2005 and 2017, according to a release from AG Paxton’s office.
Stuart Clegg, the man charged with funding the operation, and former executive director of the Tarrant County Democratic Party, attempted to downplay the severity of the violation:
“When Republicans do it, it’s campaigning. When Democrats do it, it’s harvesting. At the end of the day, what we’re talking about is helping people who want to vote to go vote legally. How is that harvesting?”
Well, Stuart, when you take someone’s mail-in ballot, open it up, and change it, that’s illegal. You can’t do that.
I wonder why the media wasn’t up in arms over THIS election interference…