BOOM! Democrat Pleads Guilty to Stuffing Ballot Boxes to Rig Elections

This is incredible, but not unbelievable. This is what I’ve said for years. Democrats almost without exception can not win an election unless it is rigged. I firmly believe that.

I do believe that there are some places where there are exceptions to that rule such as certain California districts as well as some districts in New York.

The Department of Justice just announced that they are going after a Philadelphia election official for “fraudulently” stuffing ballot boxes to help Democrats win elections from 2014-2016.

DeMuro was allegedly paid as much as $5,000 per cycle to commit the election fraud. Candidates whom he helped get elected included judges as well as local, state and federal officials.

He “fraudulently stuffed the ballot box by literally standing in a voting booth and voting over and over, as fast as he could, while he thought the coast was clear,” U.S. Attorney William McSwain said Thursday.

In a press release, the Justice Department implied that the conspiracy stretches beyond DeMuro’s activities, with the ward chairman allegedly just one of multiple election fraudsters involved in fixing elections.

An “unnamed political consultant” allegedly accepted cash from “clients,” which he or she then used to hire multiple other Election Board officials to engage in fraud, the press release stated.

The FBI said the matter is part of an “active, ongoing investigation.”

Do you realize how big this? I believe that this might be why the DOJ announced that they are taking some extra measures this year to ensure that the election in November is legitimate and fair. That means making sure that the Democrats play fairly.

Shouldn’t this speak to Democrats? I really wish they would sit back, be quiet for just a minute and really think about this and their party’s behavior. Why is it that we don’t see this sort of thing within the Republican party like we constantly do with the Democrats?

Sources:
Just the News

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