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Dems always say there is no voter fraud

Fed­er­al pros­e­cu­tors in North Car­oli­na said Fri­day that 24 addi­tion­al peo­ple have been charged in an ongo­ing probe into vot­er fraud, includ­ing two who are accused of ille­gal­ly vot­ing in the 2016 pres­i­den­tial election.

Gabriela Guz­man-Miguel, 26, and Jose Abra­ham Navar­ro, 42, both of Mex­i­co, are accused to have vot­ed despite lack­ing the legal sta­tus to do so, the U. S. Attorney’s Office for the East­ern Dis­trict of North Car­oli­na said in a list of defen­dants obtained by The Epoch Times. The list described both as aliens or immigrants.

A slew of oth­er defen­dants were charged with false­ly claim­ing U. S. cit­i­zen­ship in order to reg­is­ter to vote. Some also engaged in nat­u­ral­iza­tion fraud and mis­use of visas, per­mits, and oth­er doc­u­ments relat­ing to vot­er reg­is­tra­tion, offi­cials said.

Source: 24 More Charged In Massive Voter Fraud Investigation | Populist Press 2021 © (

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( March 21st, 2021 @ 3:47 am )
Democratic Socialists make these pronouncements because they prefer to be unknowledgeable about all things real, especially when it regards any real principles, or math based deductive reasoning.

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