4 Men Sentenced in LA Voter Fraud; Offered $1, Cigarettes to Homeless for Forged Ballot Signatures

4 Men Sentenced in LA Voter Fraud; Offered $1, Cigarettes to Homeless for Forged Ballot Signatures


Are Democrats and their allies in the media still trying to tell us that voter fraud isn't going to be a risk in the 2020 election?!

Four men in Los Angeles have pled "no content" and have been sentenced for a voter fraud scheme.

They offered $1.00 and cigarettes to homeless people in L.A.'s Skid Row.

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In return for the money and cigarettes, the homeless people falsified and forged signatures on ballot petitions and voter registration forms.

It is confirmed that they amassed HUNDREDS of forged signatures.

However, the actual number has not yet been made public.

More details on this case of voter fraud in California below:

If it weren't for California, Hillary Clinton would have lost the popular vote as well as the Electoral College.

Many conservatives have been warning of widescale voter fraud, especially concerning deceased voters.

Others are pushing for in-person voting, requiring voter ID to be able to vote.

CBS Los Angeles confirms the fradulent voter registration scheme:

Prosecutors say four men have admitted their role in a scheme where money and cigarettes were offered to homeless people on Skid Row in exchange for false and forged signatures on ballot petitions and voter registration forms.

Richard Howard, 64, and Louis Thomas Wise, 38 pleaded no contest Friday to one felony count each of subscribing a fictitious name, or the name of another to an initiative petition and registration of a fictitious person, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced Friday.Two other men, 41-year-old Christopher Joseph Williams and Nickey Demelvin Huntley, 45, each pleaded no contest to one felony count of circulating an initiative or petition containing false, forged or fictitious names.

Howard was immediately sentenced to a suspended sentence of three years in state prison and three years of formal probation.

Wise was sentenced to a suspended sentence of 16 months in state prison and three years of formal probation.

Williams and Huntley were each sentenced to three years of formal probation.

Another defendant, Norman Hall, 63, pleaded guilty to one felony count of circulating a petition with false, forged or fictitious names. He was immediately sentenced to one year in county jail, placed on formal probation for three years and ordered to complete 100 hours of community service.

The four remaining defendants face various charges including use of false names on a petition and voter fraud.

For every scheme that is exposed, how many other schemes go undiscovered?

After years of investigating the 2016 election, you would think Democrats would want to do more to ensure the integrity of the 2020 election!

These four men were not acting alone.

Initial reports suggest that they were working with a larger organization or group.

But... the details of what organization or group have not been made public.

Fox News has more details on the case:

Four men have admitted to offering homeless people in Los Angeles money and cigarettes in exchange for false and forged signatures on ballot petitions and voter registration forms, authorities said Wednesday.

Richard Howard, 64, and Louis Thomas Wise, 37, pleaded no contest last week to one felony count each of subscribing a fictitious name, or the name of another to an initiative petition and registration of a fictitious person, the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office said.

Christopher Joseph Williams, 41, and Nickey Demelvin Huntley, 45, each pleaded no contest to one felony count of circulating an initiative or petition containing false, forged or fictitious names. Four defendants -- one of whom is still being sought by authorities -- have yet to be sentenced, the district attorney's office told Fox News.

An office spokesperson declined to specify what group or organization the defendants were working with when they committed the alleged fraud.

Prosecutors said the group solicited hundreds of false and forged signatures on state ballot petitions and voter registration forms in Los Angeles's Skid Row neighborhood, a downtown area long plagued by homelessness.

They allegedly offered individuals $1 and cigarettes for their participation in the scheme during the 2016 and 2018 election cycles.

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