The Yuma County nonprofits linked to the ballot-trafficking conspiracy identified by Yuma County residents and disclosed in the film 2000 Mules have been raided by law enforcement officers.
According to Truth Tent, a total of “16 voting/registration open cases” have been reported by the YCSO since March of this year. They’ve provided proof of four patterns they’ve observed in these cases:
- 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 paid for each registration form they submit. Therefore, they 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 various 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.
True The Vote and Dinesh D’Souza’s groundbreaking documentary have provided the strongest argument yet that the 2020 Presidential Election was rigged through illicit ballot trafficking. It also ncluded David Lara’s undercover investigation and Arizona State Senate candidate Gary Snyder’s efforts.
David Lara told The Gateway Pundit that “San Luis is Ground Zero for election fraud in Arizona.”
There have been several reports in Yuma County of voter fraud, including impersonation fraud, false registrations, duplicate voting, and fraudulent use of absentee ballots, as previously reported by The Gateway Pundit.
But the left is still trying to cover it up.
Fake news outlets already deny everything. The far-left nonprofit that collects dark money, the Arizona Mirror, published a report headlined, “The Yuma sheriff is not investigating election fraud due of “2000 Mules.” The report says:
“The film alleges that by using geolocation data purchased by the filmmakers, they were able to track ‘ballot mules’ to drop boxes where they falsely allege the “mules” were paid to stuff the boxes with completed ballots. The practice, pejoratively referred to as ballot harvesting, is illegal in Arizona and many other states.”
“Yuma County Sheriff Leon Wilmot announced last week that his office and the county recorder’s office are investigating voting fraud cases from 2020, but there is no indication that any of the cases involve the movie’s claims. Instead, YCSO said the cases include impersonation fraud, false registrations, duplicate voting and fraudulent use of absentee ballots,” the report stated.
However, these four voter fraud instances appear to be linked to the film’s evidence.
It was also just a week after the nationwide premier of “2000 Mules” when this probe was announced.
The lame-brain news even confused ballot trafficking for ballot harvesting, which are two very different things.
President Trump-backed Arizona Gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake announced the news from Yuma County in her May 21 Tweet.