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City Councilman and Councilman-elect Among Four Charged With Voting Fraud In New Jersey!

Four Democratic political figures in Paterson, NJ have been arrested and charged with voter fraud in a May 12 municipal election.


This just in: President Donald Trump told ya so!

Despite the pundits insisting that mail in voter systems are perfectly safe, there is already evidence of voter fraud and ballot tampering in a Paterson, NJ city election.

I’ll let Fake News CNN reveal the fraudsters party affiliation:

A city councilman and a councilman-elect are among the four people charged with voting fraud related to the May 12 municipal election, New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal announced Thursday.

Paterson City Councilman Michael Jackson, Councilman-Elect Alex Mendez, Shelim Khalique and Abu Razyen have been charged with criminal conduct involving mail-in ballots during the election.
“Today’s charges send a clear message: If you try to tamper with an election in New Jersey, we will find you and we will hold you accountable,” Grewal said in a statement. “We will not allow a small number of criminals to undermine the public’s confidence in our democratic process.”
The investigation began after the US Postal Inspection Service found hundreds of mail-in ballots in a mailbox in Paterson. Numerous additional ballots were found in another mailbox in nearby Haledon, according to a release from the attorney general. The May 12 elections in New Jersey were conducted by mail-in ballots due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Jackson, 48, is charged with fraud in casting a mail-in vote, unauthorized possession of ballots, tampering with public records and falsifying or tampering with records.
He allegedly violated state election laws as a candidate by approaching one or more Paterson voters in the district where he was running and collecting their official mail-in ballots, according to the release.
New Jersey allows a “bearer” to take ballots from several people and deliver them to the county board of elections. A bearer can collect and deliver ballots for only three people and a candidate in the election is never permitted to be a bearer.
Jackson allegedly did not identify himself as a bearer on the mail-in ballots that he delivered to the Passaic County Board of Elections, and he allegedly had more than three ballots that were not his.
An attorney for Jackson told CNN on Thursday that his client will plead not guilty.
He will be contesting all of these charges,” Theodore Kyles Jr. said in a statement. “And I can tell you that Councilman Jackson is a fine public servant with many, many years of distinguished service to the community, even before he was elected to the city council.”
Mendez is similarly charged with election fraud, fraud in casting a mail-in vote, unauthorized possession of ballots, false registration or transfer, tampering with public records and falsifying or tampering with records, according to the release.
He allegedly approached one or more voters in Paterson, where he was running, collected official mail-in ballots and delivered them to the Passaic County Board of Elections without identifying himself as the bearer.
Mendez also allegedly got and submitted one or more voter registration applications that he knew were false, fictitious or fraudulent, knowing the person in the application was not eligible to vote in the election district. Paul Brickfield, an attorney for Mendez, told CNN on Thursday, “He’s going to be pleading not guilty to the charges.”
“He looks forward to being vindicated,” Brickfield said. “He looks forward to being sworn in on July 1 as the duly elected councilperson for District 3.”

O wait, I’m sorry, they never mention it….

Here, let me do their job for them.

Democrats. The 4 men charged were capital D-emocrats.



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