BUT…BUT…THERE’S NO SUCH THING AS VOTER FRAUD (CONT.)

This latest installment of the voter fraud series comes to us from Ed Morrissey, writing for hotair.com:

And here I thought we had it on the highest authority that mail-in balloting didn’t have more risk for fraud and manipulation. Don’t tell that to New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal, who just indicted four men for voter fraud connected to hundreds of fraudulent mail-in ballots. Two of suspects are city council members in Paterson, in fact:

Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal announced voting fraud charges against 1st Ward Councilman Michael Jackson, 3rd Ward Council-Elect Alex Mendez and two other men, weeks after the May 12 local election in which the Passaic County Board of Elections decided not to count 800 city ballots found scattered across different municipalities.

Both Jackson, 48, and Mendez, 45, were charged with fraud in casting mail-in votes, unauthorized possession of ballots, tampering with public records and falsifying or tampering with records, according to the statement. Mendez was additionally charged with election fraud and false registration or transfer.

Along with Jackson and Mendez, two Passaic County men, Shelim Khalique, 51, of Wayne, and Abu Razyen, 21, of Prospect Park, were also charged.

The investigation was sparked by reports that hundreds of mail-in ballots were found in a mailbox in Paterson and in a mailbox in Haledon. The coronavirus pandemic has forced voters to mail in their ballots, as voting sites are no longer open.

But…but…there’s no such thing as voter fraud.  Isn’t that what we are being told by Democrats….the same folks who demand that we don’t bother with Voter IDs, and who give driver’s licences to illegals, which can then be used to register to vote?

Is it just my overly suspicious nature, or am I right in thinking there may be a connection here?

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  • The Democratic Party is not going to make the same mistake they made 2016 by leaving it up to the voters to decide.

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