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Texas Mayoral Candidate Arrested, Charged With 109 Election Fraud Felonies in Alleged Absentee Ballot Scheme

A fraud operation.

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A candidate for mayor of a Dallas suburb has been arrested and charged with 109 felonies pertaining to election an ballot fraud, with Denton County authorities alleging he oversaw a complicated election fraud scheme in which absentee ballots of voters were falsely mailed to a nursing home.

Zul Mirza Mohamed is running for mayor of Carrollton, Texas in a non-partisan election. His opponent, incumbent Carollton mayor Kevin Falconer, is nominally Republican, suggesting that Mohamed is aligned with the Democratic Party.

Mohamed was arrested on Wednesday night after police reportedly found 25 mail-in absentee ballots in his residence while executing a search warrant. The Denton County Board of Elections had contacted the Denton Sheriff’s Office after they received more than 80 requests for mail-in ballots at a PO box supposedly affiliated with one nursing home, an unusually large request even for such a residence.

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When investigators spoke to many of the individuals whose ballots had been sent to the PO box, they learned that they hadn’t requested absentee ballots at all. The PO box in question ultimately belonged to Mohamed, a candidate who had run for the Carollton City Council in 2018, only to lose.

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Mohamed is being charged with 25 counts of knowingly possessing a ballot with intent to defraud, a second-degree felony, and 84 counts of providing false info on a voting application, a third-degree felony. A single second-degree felony can merit from two to twenty years in state prison if it leads to a conviction, and the multitude of felony charges against the candidate may ensure he spends more than a decade in prison.

Authorities supposedly caught Mohamed red-handed in the process of stuffing falsely obtained ballots of Dallas County voters when he was arrested. If he had mailed in the ballots of the voters whose identity he allegedly impersonated, they would not have had their vote ultimately counted on election day. He’s being held at the Denton County jail on a $330,000 bond.

Mail ballots are inherently insecure and vulnerable to fraud,” Texas Attorney General Paxton said in response to the criminal charges. “I am committed to safeguarding the integrity of our elections. My office is prepared to assist any Texas county in combating this form of fraud.

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RINO Extraordinaires John Kasich and Jeff Flake Floated as Possible Biden Cabinet Members

These guys have no popular support.

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A Politico report has identified alleged “conservatives” that the Biden campaign is considering for Cabinet posts should he win the election. John Kasich and Jeff Flake were two of the most notable.

Other possible Republicans include Meg Whitman, the CEO of Quibi and former CEO of eBay, current governor of Massachusetts Charlie Barker, and former representative from Pennsylvania Charlie Dent.

Whitman and Kasich were speakers at the Democratic National Convention back in August.

The consideration of Republicans, however, is not a universally liked idea among the left. Executive director of Demand Progress David Segal told Politico: “My primary concern is that he involves people in the Cabinet who push back against corporate power and support a massive economic stimulus and the broad provision of health care. Unfortunately, there are no prominent Republicans I know of who are on board with that agenda.”

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Director of the Revolving Door Project Jeff Hauser also told Politico that “I don’t understand why someone who says, ‘I am the Democratic Party,’ would then hand benefits to someone who’s not a Democrat.”

Despite not technically being Democrats, Kasich and Flake often seem indistinguishable from Democrats in their rhetoric and attitudes on certain issues. Big League Politics has published stories about Kasich praising the Green New Deal for “asking the right question” and about Flake vowing to vote for Biden because his presidency would be “better for conservatism” than Donald Trump’s.

You know what would actually be better for conservatism? If these guys just quit identifying as Republicans and became Democrats. We want nothing to do with them; let the party of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have them.

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