Officials arrest nine individuals for voter fraud in Texas

Democrats continue to claim voter fraud does not exist — but try telling that to Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.

Texas officials just arrested nine individuals for voter fraud in Edinburg, TX.

Illegal Voting Scheme

While many states are simply ignoring this problem, Texas has taken it head-on.

So far this year, almost three dozen people have been charged with some type of voter fraud.

In this case, nine people were arrested and charged with orchestrating a massive voter fraud scheme.

Paxton’s office released a statement about the scheme saying that it was “a coordinated effort by political workers to recruit people who agree to fraudulently claim residential addresses so they could vote in specific city of Edinburg municipal races.”

Paxton added that this points to corruption at the highest levels of local government.

He also said he expects more arrests will be forthcoming.

The nine people arrested and charged were: Guadalupe Sanchez Garza, Araceli Gutierrez, Brenda Rodriguez, Rosendo Rodriguez, Cynthia Tamez, Ruby Tamez, Belinda Rodriguez, Felisha Yolanda Rodriguez, and Jerry Gonzalez, Jr.

Ongoing Problem

While Texas is addressing the issue of voter fraud, we have seen states like Florida almost welcome it.

The debacle going on with midterm elections in that state is proof positive that this country needs to seriously look at voter fraud in each and every state in the country.

Democrats who were thought to have lost their races have even suddenly gotten a boost by “found” votes days after the election.

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It is clear our voting system is being manipulated.

Luckily, officials in Texas are actually doing something about that.

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