Alleged election fraud for vote “harvesting” in Texas

The Texas Attorney General’s Election Fraud Unit recently made three arrests in relation to election fraud.

In Bandera County, Leonor Rivas Garza, Eva Ann Martinez and Tomas Ramirez were indicted on several charges related to the 2018 Medina County Primary Election.

On February 11, Garza, Martinez and Ramirez turned themselves into the Bandera County Justice System. This case involved allegations of vote harvesting at assisted living centers in Medina County in the 2018 Medina County Primary Election.

In other cases of alleged fraud, the Georgia State Election Board has reportedly referred a voter fraud case against newly-elected Sen. Rapheal Warnock (D-Georgia) to the attorney general’s office for further investigation and potential prosecution.

And a former U.S. Congressman, Michael “Ozzie” Myers (D-Penn.), was charged in July with a scheme to “stuff” ballot boxes in 2014, 2015 and 2016 primary elections.  According to prosecutors, Myers (D-Penn.) conspired with and bribed a former Judge of Elections, Domenick J. Demuro. Demuro pleaded guilty. Demuro would “add fraudulent votes on the voting machine – also known as ‘ringing up’ votes” for Myers’ clients and preferred candidates.” At Myers’ direction, Demuro would add these fraudulent votes to the totals during Election Day, and then would later falsely certify that the voting machine results were accurate. 

In the most recent case in Texas, Ramirez, a Justice of the Peace, has been suspended from his work. He is charged with one count of organized election fraud, one count of assisting voter voting ballot by mail and 17 counts of unlawful possession of a ballot or ballot envelope. That’s according to News4SanAntonio.

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6 thoughts on “Alleged election fraud for vote “harvesting” in Texas”

    1. Too bad it doesn’t work that way. I just hope they keep on prosecuting these cases instead of covering them up and pretending the election wasn’t rigged. They’ll say it wasn’t enough votes to change the results. That’s their standard answer.

      1. While rules were not followed – this seems rather minor.
        “ But officials allege that during a 2019 registration effort, some 1,268 applications were submitted to the Gwinnett County elections office after the ten-day deadline.”.
        There are no allegations that votes were changed. These people could have voted provisional, but no one knew to ask them to.

        1. This article would seem to say the error was discovered in early 2019. If that is the case, hopefully the state rectified the problem long before the 2021 special election.
          “ The New Georgia Project which allegedly submitted 1,268 voter registration applications after the 10-day deadline, “causing voters to be disenfranchised in the March 19, 2019 special election.”

  1. If this country is going to be saved it is going to be at the local level. It’s where this election was stolen. It will be thru school boards and local governments where this gets remedied; if at all.
    Patriotic Americans need to keep coming at these tyrants relentlessly, as they have been doing with our laws and traditions for going on seventy years. These charges need to keep coming, and they need to be well publicized.
    It’s going to take a long time. Our grandkids will probably have to finish the job.

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