Democrat Campaign Worker Recorded Bragging about His Voter Fraud Schemes

If you can't beat 'em...

The Dallas County Elections Department knew it had a major problem on its hands when residents started went to their mailboxes and noticed they had received “mail-in ballots” they never requested. Dr. Pat Stephens had that very thing happen to her. Then, a few days, later, she had an unwanted visitor. "I got a knock on my door and the guy was saying that he was coming to pick up the mail-in ballots and I told him, 'Well I didn’t order one.'”

So far, over 700 "mail-in-ballots" are linked to applications assisted by a person called "Jose Rodriguez” that have been deemed “suspicious.” Who is this mysterious man? That’s been one of the biggest enigmas in Texas. Until now.

PJ Media reports:

Before the election, Sidney Williams, 33, made secret audio recordings of his interactions with Jose Barrientos, a campaign worker who suggested on tape that he pay off someone inside the county elections office to find out when mail-in ballots get sent out. "He's not supposed to but yeah," Barrientos told Williams. "But then you've got to drop a hundred or two or three. Whatever it is. He can't do it for free."

Barrientos also suggested in a phone call with Williams that he was the mysterious Jose Rodriguez, admitting that the signatures on the absentee ballots look just like his own. "You're talking to the master, bro," he boasted.

The most disturbing thing about this is that the corruption extends all the way up into the Elections Office, where “someone on the inside” gives out information for anywhere between $100 and $300.

So now you know that Democrats are literally buying and selling votes in Dallas, Texas.  

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