Democrats have gotten themselves involved in yet one more controversy this week after a Dallas County whistleblower came forth to uncover their major voter fraud.
PJ Media informed that the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office has invested the last couple of months looking into voter fraud accusations. Past week, the DA’s office issued a notice of investigation of criminal offenses which states, “The Dallas County Elections Department has in excess of 700 “Mail-In Ballots” that are directly connected to applications aided by “Jose Rodriguez,” or are of a shady nature.”
“It’s totally frustrating,” stated Dr. Pat Stephens of West Dallas. “You know, we all feel violated.”
Stephens is one of 60 to 90 Dallas inhabitants who investigators state have spoken up throughout the past month, declaring they obtained mail-in ballots which they did not ask for. She stated she first started to suspect when an odd man approached her home, stating he worked for Dallas County and demanded to get the ballot.
“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,’” she explains to reporters. “Our forefathers fought for us to have this privilege, and for somebody to come along at taking it away from us.”
“There have been persistent rumors of voter fraud and messing around with mail-in ballots for years. But to the extent that I’ve been involved in Dallas County, this is off the charts,” Assistant District Attorney Andy Chatham reported.