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Trump Appointed The Man Who Made The Voter Fraud Arrests of 24 Non-US Citizens

In North Carolina, they’re looking into voter fraud, and they keep finding it.

Despite the fact that Democrats claim there is no such thing as “voter fraud,” states regularly identify it and arrest perpetrators.

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It’s even more disheartening when non-US citizens are caught, as was the case in North Carolina recently.

This investigation, however, does not revolve around 2020; in fact, it began in 2016, and authorities have arrested 24 people from Mexico, Central America, Nigeria, Yemen, and Iraq, among other countries.

However, where there’s smoke, there’s fire…

I’m sure 2020 will be a BLAZE.

From The New York Times


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A federal prosecutor’s office in North Carolina, which has been investigating allegations of voter fraud, announced on Friday that 24 more people have been charged in the last 18 months.

According to a news release from the US Attorney’s Office for Eastern North Carolina, two of the defendants were charged earlier this year with illegal voting in the 2016 general election.

According to a list of those charged and their nationalities issued by the government, more than 15 other defendants were charged with falsely claiming U.S. citizenship in order to register to vote, including four whose indictments were unsealed Friday. The two people accused of voter fraud are also accused of making false statements about their citizenship.

Naturalization fraud and the misuse of immigration visas and other documents have also been alleged against a number of individuals.

Mexico and other Central American nations, as well as France, Yemen, Iraq, Nigeria, and other countries, are among those indicted. According to the news release, each defendant was charged separately, and there are no accusations of conspiracy.

According to information submitted by prosecutors, the first charges were filed in September 2019, and arrests have continued into this month. The defendants could face jail time as well as fines.

Bobby Higdon, the United States Attorney, has been chasing down voting fraud like a dog on a bone.

President Donald Trump nominated him.

And, of course, he was just shot by Joe Biden, right on time.

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Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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