We are truly living in an age of miracles. Just a couple of days ago, the RINOs at the Wall Street Journal finally reported that Russian collusion was a hoax, and that Hillary Clinton was the villain in that story. Crack reporting, guys! At that pace, they’ll probably mention that there might have been something amiss with the 2020 election sometime in 2025.
To speed up their reporting process, they might want to pay attention to what the Yuma County Sheriff’s Office in Arizona has been doing the past few days. There are now multiple on-the-ground reports that law enforcement there is raiding the offices of the same non-profits that are referenced in the film ‘2,000 Mules.’
Multiple people have told The Gateway Pundit and other reliable conservative news sources that they’ve seen formations of unmarked YCSO vehicles descending on the non-profits in San Luis, AZ that were allegedly involved in the 2020 ballot trafficking. The sheriff’s deputies had a search warrant and confiscated all the electronic devices from one location. They then went to the home of a woman who runs that Democrat Party-affiliated non-profit and searched her house for further evidence.
The woman’s name and the names of the non-profits that have been raided have not been publicly released as of this writing. Expect the Yuma County Sheriff’s Office to hold a press conference with the announcements very soon, especially if arrests have been made.
David Lara is a private citizen in Yuma County who presented evidence of ballot trafficking to Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich prior to the 2020 election. Again, this was BEFORE the 2020 election. And Brnovich did nothing about it. Arizona voters might want to keep that in mind, since Brnovich is running for the Republican nomination for US Senate this year. (Blake Masters is the MAGA candidate in that race, for those keeping score at home.)
Anyway, David Lara tells The Gateway Pundit that during the non-profit raids last week, law enforcement had interviewed multiple employees about the ballot trafficking operation specifically mentioned in ‘2,000 Mules’. Lara said the interviewees “sounded like tweety birds. They sang.”
Gary Snyder is a candidate for the Arizona State Senate, hoping to represent Yuma County if he wins. Snyder was in San Luis last week and confirmed that unmarked YCSO vehicles were raiding non-profit offices. So, there are multiple witnesses on the ground who’ve confirmed these raids.
For those who missed it earlier this month, the Yuma County Sheriff’s Office made a public announcement that no one in the county should register to vote with the help of a non-profit or NGO. The reason for this is because those entities – the same ones involved in 2020 – have been allegedly stealing the identities of Republicans who register to vote.
If you register as a Democrat with one of these outfits, you’ll receive your ballot. If you register as a Republican, the YCSO says the non-profit will harvest your personal information off the registration card and then toss it in the trash. Then, they allegedly use your identity to create a Democrat registration for you and have your mail-in ballot sent to an address controlled by the non-profit or NGO. Each registration stolen from a Republican in this manner creates a +2 shift in the outcome of an election in favor of the Democrats. (One vote is subtracted from GOP totals, and one is added to the Democrat totals.)
The sheriff also announced that his office had accumulated evidence of voter impersonation, in which ballots are being cast for dead people or sometimes in the names of living people who have been known to not vote for the past several elections cycles. His office also found evidence of many Democrat voters who had duplicate registrations in multiple precincts. (Cheating just seems to be baked right into the cake if someone is a Democrat voter.
The Yuma County Sheriff’s Office also announced that they’ve found evidence of many false voter registrations. The registrations are falsified by adding a fake name and fake birth date with a real address which then receives the mail in ballot.
Mark Brnovich is finally about to be backed into a corner if the YCSO begins arresting these fraudsters and offering them up for prosecution. And he won’t be able to simply brush them under the rug this time. The real Arizona voters (bless them) won’t allow the Attorney General to run and hide under his desk. We’ve been waiting for these arrests for far too long!