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Yuma County Sheriff is Investigating 16 Open Cases of Potential Voter Fraud


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For many, the 2020 elections were wake-up call. It showed the length to which the left-wing political machine will go in order to win an election at any cost. Despite the apparent loss, there are many patriots within places of authority and the community that are investigating what happened.

It’s not just to litigate what happed in the presidential election. The Left is fighting desperately to get rid of the filibuster. Doing so would eliminate the last line of defense that Republicans have to keep them in check. It’s more vital than ever that conservatives retake places of power in November.

Making sure this happens requires exposing every single way the Left may have skewed results in previous elections.

A community that is working hard to insure election integrity in their city are the citizens of Yuma County, Arizona. Unlike some other regions (looking at you Maricopa County), their agencies, including the Sheriff’s office have been actively investigating possible cases of voter fraud. Check it out:

 

As mentioned by the Twitter user, it is the job of the Recorder’s Office to ensure everything is above board. The fact that Yuma County’s is partnering with the Sheriff’s department is a welcomed sight.

Here are some excerpts of the press release. It seems that they are being transparent with the community and also encouraging people to report any potential cases of fraud so they can be investigated. They state at the opening that this is not just specific to 2020 but also includes instances of irregularity in the 2022 primary elections. Yikes.

The Yuma County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) and the Yuma County Recorder’s Office (YCRO) 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.

In this county alone, it turns out that there are more than a dozen open cases being investigated. Yuma County isn’t small but it isn’t big either. I wonder what investigators would uncover if they dug around in places larger than Yuma county. The officials even share details of the types of reported fraud they are seeing.

As of March 2022, YCSO has 16 voting/registration open cases. All relevant evidence is being formally documented by the Yuma County Recorder’s Office and further investigated by the Yuma County Sheriff’s Office.

Some examples of voter fraud Yuma County is currently seeing 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 resident’s 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.If you suspect or witness individuals committing any of the mentioned voting frauds, share their name or any other identifying information to law enforcement immediately.The majority of voter fraud cases in Yuma County are related to duplicate voting (typically charged as illegal voting and false voter registration). Under Arizona law, illegal voting is a class 5 or class 6 felony. A person found guilty faces up to 2 or 2.5 years in prison, fines, restitution, loss of voting rights, and/or probation.

Sounds like something straight out of a left-wing handbook for winning elections. Reports such as the one coming out of Yuma County is helping provide a form of vindication to voters that could not come to terms with how the elections went down. They were condemned,  labeled as conspiracy theorists and sore losers.

Based on investigations like these, those suspicions may in fact be valid.

This tweet is hilarious but also emphasizes the significance of what findings like this mean.

An important note is that these findings are connected with what was documented in Dinesh D’Souza’s latest film, “2000 Mules.” Here is the tweet of him talking about the correlation.

It can’t be a coincidence, can it?

 

 

 

 

 



 

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