Clean Elections Update: Democrat Faces 140 Charges for Mail-In Ballot Fraud … in a Democrat Primary Race – JP

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Here are a few inconvenient truths. Election fraud is real. Mail-in and absentee ballot fraud is real (and an epidemic). Anyone can use mail-in ballots to commit election fraud, but Democrats keep getting caught doing it … to each other.

 

The suspect was identified as 32-year-old Abdul Rahman of Queens’ Floral Park neighborhood, who could face up to seven years in prison if found guilty of 140 charges against him. Rahman is described by outlet the Gothamist as a man “active in Democrat and South Asian circles.”

 

If they are doing it to each other, we know they are doing it to Republicans. Now! The accused – Abdul Rahman, isn’t sporting your typical South Asian name, but that’s the name he gave them. (.: Election Fraud Investigations Against Democrats Underway in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New Jersey.)

 

In all, Rahman is facing: 20 counts of falsifying business records in the first degree; 20 counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument in the third degree; 20 counts of falsifying business records in the second degree; 20 counts of offering a false instrument for filing in the second degree; 20 counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument in the second degree; 20 counts of illegal voting; and 20 counts of offering a false instrument for filing in the first degree.

 

Mail-in ballot fraud was always real, prolific, and persistent. Everyone knows this, always has, and always will – yet the left continues to cling bitterly to it, and you know why. It is easier to steal elections, and it can be prosecuted at the discretion of AGs and DAs whom George Soros has simultaneously tried to buy up.

But hey, 2020 was legit, and 2024 will be too. No worries.

 



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Las Vegas News Magazine

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