DEMOCRATS IN TROUBLE AS TEXAS WOMAN CONFESSES TO DOZENS OF VOTING FELONIES

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DEMOCRATS IN TROUBLE AS TEXAS WOMAN CONFESSES TO DOZENS OF VOTING FELONIES

Woman admitted guilt after engaging in the most sophisticated type of voting fraud; she was caught and accused of 26 felonies.

According to reports from the Texas Attorney General’s office, Monica Mendez, a resident of Port Lavaca, entered a plea of guilty to 26 felony charges, including eight counts of election fraud, eight counts of unlawful possession of a mail-in ballot, seven counts of helping a voter submit a ballot by mail, and three counts of casting three illegal ballots.

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According to the news release from Paxton’s office, Mendez “directed a vote-harvesting operation on behalf of a subsidized housing organization to influence the outcome of a utility board election.”

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The news announcement stated, “District Judge Eli Garza sentenced Mendez to five years deferred adjudication probation after Mendez entered a guilty plea on all 26 counts and determined in court that all counts could be proven beyond a reasonable doubt. The matter was looked into and prosecuted by the Victoria County District Attorney’s Office in conjunction with Attorney General Paxton’s Election Integrity Unit.

Mendez, 37, also received a $1,415 charge and fine assessment after pleading guilty on June 8 and was sentenced to 80 hours of community service, according to the local station.

The outlet went on to say:

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Margetta Hill, the director of elections for Victoria County, reported that Mendez participated in the 2018 water board election in Bloomington as a volunteer deputy registrar in June 2021.

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Mendez would have assisted citizens in registering to vote as a volunteer deputy registrar, according to Hill. Mendez’s registrar certification was not renewed after local authorities learned that the attorney general’s office was looking into his actions in 2018.

In 2021, Hill stated, “Once we learn of something that’s not proper, we have the right to withdraw her certificate.” We declined to renew it.

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The Victoria Advocate reported that in Texas, illegal voting, which also includes impersonating a voter and marking someone else’s ballot without that person’s consent, is a second-degree felony punishable by a term of up to 20 years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000.

Illegal voting attempt is a state jail felony that carries a $10,000 fine and a maximum sentence of 180 days to two years in prison.

“Unlawful voter assistance, which includes assisting voters who are ineligible to receive assistance, filling out a voter’s ballot otherwise than as directed by the voter, suggesting how the voter should vote while helping them fill out their ballot, or providing help to a voter who has not requested assistance, is a Class A misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in jail and up to a $4,000 fine,” the source added.

Again, Mendez received only community service and a five-year sentence of deferred probation instead of any jail time at all.

In an effort to turn Texas blue, Democrats have been pouring resources into the state, but they have so far been unsuccessful and may suffer another defeat this year.

In a typically deep blue border region of the Lone Star State that Biden easily carried less than two years ago, Mayra Flores became the first Republican in 150 years to flip a blue seat red.

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In the special election for Texas’ 34th Congressional District, Flores defeated Democrat Dan Sanchez. Rep. Filemon Vela (D), who had held the position, resigned earlier this year to take a lobbying position as all indications pointed to a difficult midterm election season for Democrats.

Democrats should be very concerned about the election results, MSNBC columnist Eric Michael Garcia declared in a startled warning.

He wrote, “There is a reason I have been saying South Texas will vote like West Virginia; there is a political earthquake unfolding in Latino politics. But like Sean Trende, I had anticipated this for 20 years. #TX34. For Democrats, this ought to be a five-alarm fire.

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