The move to take back our voting booths and ensure the integrity of our election process has finally begun.
Last week, a Mexican woman who illegally voted in the 2016 presidential election was arrested and charged in the great state of Texas for voter fraud.
Trump Administration Delivers
One of the five or six key items Trump brought up during the campaign was voter fraud.
Sadly, a good portion of the voting fraud expected was coming at the hands of undocumented immigrants.
After getting the green light from the Trump administration to enthusiastically prosecute these cases, Texas took the lead.
State Attorney General Ken Paxton announced the arrest of Laura Janeth Garza, a Mexican national, on Tuesday afternoon.
If Garza is convicted, she will face up to 20 years in prison and as much as a $10,000 fine.
Paxton Sets Precedent
While some states have yet to aggressively pursue voter fraud problems, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton was more than happy to lead the charge.
Paxton stated, “This case demonstrates my office’s commitment to protecting the integrity of elections.”
“We will continue to do everything in our power to safeguard the electoral process in Texas,” the attorney general added.
According to the report, Garza stole the identity of a U.S. citizen to vote in the 2016 presidential election.
Authorities were made aware of the crime when the U.S. citizen applied for a passport.
At that time, she was made aware that someone else, Garza, had been using her identity illegally.
President Trump has taken considerable flack from the media over this claims of illegal votes being cast in the presidential election.
While this is only one case, it is a fairly safe assumption there are plenty more cases that will mimic this one.
Some reports estimated that more than two million illegal votes were cast in the 2016 presidential election.
Now that the dam has been broken, there is no telling what we are about to learn.