Four People Arrested on 150 Counts of Voter Fraud in Texas Including a Justice of the Peace

Four different people have been arrested in Texas over accusations of voter fraud and other charges including a justice of the peace in the state while the media is largely not reporting this. Below is the tweet.

“BREAKING: Four people arrested in Texas on 150 counts of voter fraud. Local media covering arrest, but national press is suppressing the arrests as they don’t support their narrative.”

As Republicans maintain the position that voter fraud did occur in the 2020 election, four different individuals have just been arrested for doing so. Justice Tomas Ramirez was arrested with three others on February 11th though no national coverage was given.

Tomas is facing one count of organized election fraud, one count of assisting voters voting ballot by mail, and 17 counts of unlawful possession of a ballot or ballot envelope.

Fox 29 reported on this saying, “Leonor Rivas Garza, Eva Ann Martinez, and Mary Balderrama were also arrested. Garza is facing one charge of organized election fraud, two counts of illegal voting, eight counts of unlawful possession of a ballot or ballot envelope, two counts of election fraud, and four counts of fraudulent use of an absentee ballot by mail. Martinez is facing one count of organized election fraud, nine counts of illegal voting, 28 counts of unlawful possession of ballot or ballot envelope, three counts of purportedly acting as an agent, five counts of tampering with a government record, 14 counts of election fraud, and four counts of fraudulent mail ballot application. Meanwhile, Balderrama is facing one count of organized election fraud, nine counts of illegal voting, two counts of unlawful possession of ballot or ballot envelope, one count of mail ballot application, two counts of unlawfully assisting voter voting by mail, two counts of tampering with a government record, eight counts of election fraud.”

As you can see each individual has a lengthy list of accusations of crimes regarding voter fraud and interference in the election.

Justice Tomas denied the allegations saying, “I was stunned by the allegations because there is absolutely no truth to them. I have spent the last 27 years building my law practice and serving in this community which has created my reputation for fairness, sincerity, and integrity. I entered the race for JP because I wanted to serve Medina County and make the office function better for its citizens. I feel I have done exactly that up to this point. For people who know me, these allegations are absurd. To those who don’t, it provides reason to sneer and hate.”

We will have to see if these people are found not guilty or will be sent to prison. If one thing is for sure, the media’s silence on this is truly telling to where their interests lie. The very idea of voter fraud haunts them.

Stay tuned to Media Right News for more updates.