Media squirm as US non-profit groups raided over vote fraud cases
By TONY MOBILIFONITIS
SO-called non-profit organisations linked to George Soros’ “greater democracy” campaign in Arizona have reportedly been raided by authorities over allegations of widespread vote fraud.
Yuma County Sheriff’s Office and the County Recorder’s Office are examining some 16 allegations of fraud in the 2020 election and “a recent pattern of fraudulent voter registration forms leading up to the 2022 primary election”.
The raids and investigation follow the extensive recount and investigation into the 2020 US general election in Maricopa County which found 57,000 questionable votes, intentionally deleted election files, and other suspicious voting machine activity. Biden allegedly won the county by less than 11,000 votes.
In Yuma County, the non-profit groups involved in voter registration were raided over accusations of ballot trafficking that has been exposed in the Dinesh D’Souza documentary “2000 Mules”. The non-profits are said to use registration forms to gather data and often take longer than a month to deliver them to the County Recorder’s Office for processing.
The Arizona Mirror, a so-called “independent non-profit” media outlet funded by Soros-connected left wing foundations and think tanks, tried to divert from the investigation by running with a red herring headline that the investigation was “not carried out in response to D’Souza’s documentary”.
George Soros has funded anti-Republican campaigns in Arizona and Georgia as revealed in one of his Open Society Foundation white papers. This included ousting the hard-line conservative Maricopa County sheriff Joe Arapaio and support for the various non-profits and media outlets all pushing the “greater democracy and voter access” narrative.
US and global media constantly lie about vote fraud allegations in the US, calling them “baseless”, “false claims”, a “Trump lie” or “without foundation”. Factually, there are volumes of allegations of 2020 US election fraud but courts, often stacked with Democrat judges, have been reluctant to carry through with prosecutions. But investigations in Arizona by county authorities will be hard to cover up.
“As of March 2022, YCSO has 16 voting/registration open cases. All relevant evidence is being formally
documented by the Yuma County Recorder’s Office and further investigated by the Yuma County Sheriff’s Office,” a Sheriff’s Office media release stated.
The statement listed the following:
• Impersonation fraud: Voting in the name of other legitimate voters and voters who have died or
• False registrations: Falsifying voter registrations by either using a real or fake name, birth date, or
address. This is being done by outreach groups who are paid for each registration form they submit,
therefore, are out soliciting voters into unnecessarily re-registering or falsifying forms with Yuma County
• Duplicate voting: Submitting multiple votes or registering in multiple locations and voting in the same
election in more than one jurisdiction or state.
• Fraudulent use of absentee ballots: Requesting absentee ballots and voting without the knowledge
of the actual voter; or obtaining the absentee ballot from a voter and either filling it in directly and
forging the voter’s signature or illegally telling the voter who to vote for.
“If you suspect or witness individuals committing any of the mentioned voting frauds, share their
name or any other identifying information to law enforcement immediately,” the Sheriff’s Office stated.
“The majority of voter fraud cases in Yuma County are related to duplicate voting (typically charged as
illegal voting and false voter registration). Under Arizona law, illegal voting is a class 5 or class 6 felony. “A person found guilty faces up to 2 or 2.5 years in prison, fines, restitution, loss of voting rights, and/or
The Sheriff’s and Recorder’s offices advise all Yuma County residents to go directly to the Recorder’s Office or Arizona Secretary of State’s Office to register to vote, check their voter registration status and/or update their voter registration in advance of the voter registration deadline of Tuesday, July 5, 2022. Online registrations are at http://www.servicearizona.com.
Yuma County voters who find any incorrect information in their current voter registration record should notify the County Recorder’s Office immediately at (928) 373-6034 or email@example.com.
People with information on fraudulent voter schemes or who believe they have been a victim of a fraudulent vote have been urged to contact Yuma County Sheriff’s Office at 928-783-4427 or 78-CRIME to remain anonymous. Anonymous tips have also been invited http://www.yumacountysheriff.org.