Texas Democrat Candidate Mohamed Arrested, Charged With Over 100 Counts Of Felony Voter Fraud
Democrats have said for a long time that voter fraud is a myth.
(Funny enough, that’s not what they were saying back when Obama was running!)
Yet we often see stories about people, from coast to coast, doing exactly the thing we were told was impossible.
The bad news is, here is yet another story where a Democrat was caught trying to cheat.
The good news? He is facing justice:
A mayoral candidate in Carrollton has been arrested and charged with voter fraud.
The Denton County Sheriff’s Office has Zul Mirza Mohamed in custody and charged him with 109 felonies related to voter fraud…
Officials say absentee ballots had been requested to be sent to a P.O. Box in Lewisville, that was supposed to belong to a nursing home facility. When investigators made contact with the Carrollton residents whose ballots had been requested they learned that none of the residents had asked for ballots be mailed to the PO Box.
A mayoral candidate in Texas was arrested and charged with 109 counts of voter fraud.
Turns out, absentee ballots for a nursing home were sent to a P.O. box. Yet none of the residents were getting those ballots.
They didn’t even ask for ballots to be mailed to that address!
It seems like this man was trying to ballot harvest, gathering up as many ballots through the mail as possible.
This is one of the many reasons voting by mail should be the exception, not the rule. It so easy for people to steal ballots—or for ballots to mysteriously disappear.
Why go through all the trouble of requesting a mail-in ballot, when you can just go to a polling place and make sure your vote is counted?
Democrats have tried to spread fear over COVID to get a record number of people to request ballots.
But the fact of the matter is, the real risk isn’t catching a virus at the polling place (there are protections in place). The real risk is your vote not counting because someone stole your ballot.
- A mayoral candidate in Texas was arrested for 109 counts of voter fraud.
- The man allegedly tried to ballot harvest, taking ballots from residents of a nursing home.
- Voting by mail has frequently been shown to be unsafe and ripe for fraud.
Source: CBS Local