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Yuma County School Board Member Set To Plead Guilty For 2020 Election Ballot Trafficking Crimes Tomorrow


Investigations are heating up all across the country in regards to figuring out what happened during the 2020 elections. Despite what the Left would have Americans believe, the fight to secure our elections is far from over. Patriots and constitutional Americans from all walks of life have come out of the woodwork to do their part in making sure the truth about 2020 comes out.

A few weeks ago during one of his events in PA, President Trump introduced the world to Dinesh D’Souza’s latest documentary “2,000 Mules” which showed the efforts of brave Americans to uncover the corruption in the American voting system.

It took the Left by surprise. Having taken pains to cover their tracks, it  seems they did not expect that level of detail and data would be introduced into mainstream America. As a result of the documentary and several bombshells that have been released since the film, we are seeing a growing number of places opening investigations into their elections.

One example of this was Yuma County, Arizona. The Sheriff admitted that they have over 16 active investigations related to voter fraud. As you may recall, Yuma was one of the counties in play during 2020.

Well it seems that after a lot of investigating, one of the first dominos are about to fall in Yuma County. Authorities have put the screws to one of the people responsible for ballot tampering and they are set to plead guilty in court June, 2nd.

The Gateway Pundit has more on this story.

Guillermina Fuentes, the Gadsden Elementary School District Board Member and Ex-Mayor of San Luis, Arizona,  will appear in court next Thursday for a plea hearing. Fuentes was indicted for trafficking ballots in San Luis, Arizona.

It turns out that she was about to get away with her actions until the release of 2,000 mules which blew the lid off the whole thing.

She was originally scheduled to appear on May 12, 2022, and plead “not guilty,” however, the plea has been changed because of the evidence presented in True The Vote’s “2000 Mules”.

Arizona State Senate Candidate Gary Snyder, who busted Guillermina Fuentes using an undercover camera, appeared on One America News Network with Dan Ball to give an update on this major fraud case and the new plea agreement.

Snyder: So instead of going to trial and saying “not guilty,” the plea itself has changed. She took the plea bargain for the Attorney General and now officially June 2, which is this upcoming Thursday, she’ll be in trial just to say ‘I plead guilty. I take the plea.’

She had a year and a half of high paid high crimes lawyers out of Phoenix. So, she had a total of three lawyers, plus a local one, all paid by the DNC but when the 2000 Mules came out, it kind of just broke the DNC. So, 2000 Mules, True The Vote, They put a lot of pressure on elected officials, a lot of law enforcement that weren’t willing to stick up and it counts.

It seems that some of Feuntes’ fellow school board members are also getting their day with investigators as well.

Investigators from the Arizona Attorney General’s office recently served another member of this school board, Gloria Torres, warrants at the Comité De Bien Estar nonprofit organization. Torres’ home was also raided.  This is directly connected to the ballot trafficking scheme exposed in True The Vote’s “2000 Mules.”

The response to the news from conservatives has been one of cautious optimism.

Of course the Left has already begun sending out their Twitter bots and misinformation workers to try and discredit these findings and the significance of this guilty plea.


But no matter how the Left chooses to come against its importance, the truth is that Fuente’s guilty plea serves as a major first step to exposing the corruption in the voting system in Yuma and beyond. Prosecutors don’t just hand out plea bargains for free. Mid level operators like Fuentes need to give up someone higher up on the food chain. As prosecutors repeat that process, it could expose the Left’s voting corruption in a way they had not imagined possible.

June 2nd’s guilty plea could signal the start of a wave of more guilty pleas as the swamp gets drained in Yuma County.


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