Police made an arrest involving hundreds of ballots and it’s bad news for Democrats
Republicans argue election integrity is an important issue facing the public.
Democrats and the corporate-controlled media claim this is a lie.
But now police made an arrest involving hundreds of ballots and it’s bad news for Democrats.
California Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom is facing a September 14 recall election and polls show it is a coin flip race.
If Newsom loses, he is removed from office.
Republicans raised concerns about the voting procedures in California with residents allowed to print their own ballots at home.
Now a surprising arrest by police is forcing state officials to answer new questions about the election.
Police arrested a man – who is a felon – at a Torrance convenience store when they found 300 unopened recall election mail-in ballots along with a loaded handgun and a cache of drugs in his parked car.
Law enforcement also found credit cards in other people’s names in the vehicle.
KABC in Los Angeles reports:
Authorities are investigating why 300 unopened vote-by-mail ballots for the upcoming recall election were found – along with a gun, drugs and stolen mail – in a car parked at a Torrance convenience store.
The discovery was made Aug. 16 when Torrance police were called around 10:45 p.m. about a man sleeping in his car at a 7-Eleven parking lot.
“Inside the vehicle, the officers found a loaded handgun, some narcotics, and then they found a bunch of mail and what turned out to be over 300 election ballots in the backseat of the vehicle,” said Sgt. Mark Ponegalek with the Torrance Police Department.
“They appeared to be in a box, but they were also kind of strewn across the backseat of the vehicle and so there was just a large portion of mail in that backseat.”
Democrats and the corporate-controlled media claim mail-in voting is completely secure and there are no issues involved.
And yet a known felon ended up with 300 ballots that the state sent to voters, potentially depriving them of the chance to make their voice heard in the recall election.
Did the man steal these ballots?
Was he part of an organized operation to collect ballots and turn them in on behalf of one side in the recall effort?
Or was he just acting on his own?
These are major questions that California officials must answer so voters can have faith in the outcome of the recall election.