24 More People Charged in Voter-Fraud Probe

And this is a statement taken directly from the Federal Prosecutors in North Carolina.

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It’s such a shame to find out that our “perfect” voting system let illegal immigrants and aliens, vote in our country. How can someone who isn’t even a citizen, be voting, which is a basic citizen’s right!

“Gabriela Guzman-Miguel, 26, and Jose Abraham Navarro, 42, both from 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.”

“Defendants hailed from 15 countries, including Honduras, Iraq, and Canada. The charges date back to the fall of 2019, though the cases were just unsealed.”

It was found that about 24 other people have been charged, on other similar accusations, but regarding doing voting fraud. Misuse of visas, naturalization fraud, and misuse of other documents granting them the right to stay in the States and vote.

“Those charged face jail time and fines of up to $350,000 if convicted. Each defendant was charged separately and there are no charges of conspiracy, the prosecutor’s office said.”

“Robert Higdon, who headed the office until recently, had aggressively pursued illegal voting cases, subpoenaing records from the state board of elections, and 44 county boards in 2018. Higdon in 2018 announced charges against 19 foreign nationals for voting in the 2016 election and last year another U.S. attorney in the state unveiled voter fraud charges against 19 others,” a report published in a local newspaper wrote.

“The right to vote is a precious privilege available only to citizens of the United States. When a non-citizen votes in a federal election it serves to dilute and devalue the vote of American citizens and places the decision-making authority of the American electorate in the hands of those who have no right to make those choices,” Higdon said in a previous statement.

An audit by the state board of elections after the 2016 election found 41 individuals had acknowledged voting despite not being U.S. citizens. Sixty-one others who may have voted illegally did not respond while another 34, identified in the audit, provided proof of citizenship.

“Information obtained from those who are not citizens illustrates the complexity of this work. A number of non-citizens said they were not aware that they were prohibited from voting. Interviews and evidence show that some non-citizens were misinformed about the law by individuals conducting voter registration drives or, in at least one documented case, by a local precinct official,” the audit stated.

“One registrant in her 70s has lived in the United States for more than 50 years and believed that she was a citizen because she had been married to a U.S. citizen.”

This is regarding the 2016 elections. And about these elections, we are yet to be finding out the truth.


Ava Garcia

A small town girl, dreaming big, expecting to change the world with presenting the truthful events of the world today. Law degree with a master in criminology, and a devoted journalist for over 7 years, and counting. "The pen is mightier than the sword."

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