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Mexican Citizen Illegally Votes 3 Times – Then The Cold Hand Of Justice Drops Down Hard

During the last presidential election, illegal aliens voting was a huge controversy. President Trump stated it was a real problem and millions of Americans agreed with him, including me.

The biggest reason for throwing the borders wide open in my opinion is so the Democrats can pad their voter base.

Which brings me to Texas this morning. A judge there has just sentenced a Mexican citizen named Laura Janeth Garza, 38, to ten years in prison for illegally voting in the 2016 presidential election.

Looks like the cold hand of justice just dropped down on her… hard. She pleaded guilty to voter impersonation and ineligible voting.

Both of those crimes in Texas are second-degree felonies.

But, wait… there’s more. Garza has also won a $10,000 fine and she will be deported back to Mexico. Good freaking riddance.

I’m just sad she wasn’t caught and convicted earlier.

“A state investigation revealed that Garza obtained her U.S. citizen documentation by theft.

She assumed the identity of someone who had registered to vote in Harris County, Texas. According to investigators, Garza was known as “Angie Yadira Zamora” when she voted in the 2004, 2012 and 2016 elections.

“The deception ended when a real U.S. citizen applied for a passport, only to be told that someone with that name and address had already secured one, Texas Attorney General told the Houston Chronicle.

“Election integrity is a top priority for my office, and arrestees and convictions like this clearly demonstrate our commitment to ensuring that Texas elections remain free and fair,” said Paxton.

“The case will undoubtedly strengthen Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s legislation to enact even stiffer consequences for voter fraud.”

Gee, I seem to remember the left calling Trump supporters conspiracy theorists over voter fraud. Now, I just hear crickets.

Trump was right again and now it’s being proven in court. The question is how many illegal aliens got away with voting in the 2016 presidential election?

I still believe that there are all kinds of voter fraud going on across the country and illegal aliens unlawfully voting is only part of it.

Voter fraud was a huge problem in Nevada just before I left and I wager it has only gotten worse since then.

Election fraud has increasingly become a hot topic among Republicans in Texas who have called attention to cases like Garza’s to prove their point that there is more voting fraud going on than many acknowledge. Last year, Gov.

Greg Abbott signed into law a bill to increase penalties for absentee ballot fraud. Good for him. I really love Gov. Greg Abbott… he has a conservative spine a mile long.

“Anyone attempting to deprive the people of Texas of their voice in either state or federal elections will be brought to justice and penalized by the full extent of the law,” said Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton. Ditto my love for Paxton and well… just Texans in general.

Breitbart Texas reported on this:

“A joint investigation conducted by the Texas AG’s office and the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) determined that Garza obtained documents to steal the identity of a U.S. citizen and illegally register to vote in Harris County, according to a press release from Paxton.

“The two state agencies continue to work together on the case. Information about this matter came to light when a female American citizen attempted to obtain a U.S. passport. However, she learned that Garza had already done so using this woman’s identity. As a result, the U.S. State Department referred Garza’s case to the Criminal Investigations Division of DPS, which, subsequently, handed it over to the Office of the Attorney General for an election fraud investigation.”

After Paxton announced Garza’s voter fraud conviction, the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), a national election integrity law firm, commended the Texas AG for prosecuting this case. “Well done,” the watchdog group tweeted. The PILF also added: “Texas can and should invest more resources into probing and prosecuting fraud.”

The PILF filed a lawsuit earlier this year against Harris County for allegedly failing to disclose noncitizen voter records as required by the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) of 1993, also known as the “Motor Voter” law.

At that time, Paxton urged a state judge in a separate lawsuit to facilitate the PILF’s request after Harris County sued over a ruling that noncitizen records should not be disclosed under the Texas Public Information Act, contrary to the Attorney General’s published opinion on the matter.

Paxton’s office also tried a Mexican national, Rosa Maria Ortega, 38, last year for voting illegally for over a decade in Texas elections. She lied and claimed she was a U.S. citizen and then voted as a Republican at least five times in Dallas County. That included 2012 and 2014. So there is voter fraud on both sides here.

Ortega claimed she thought she was an American citizen despite her legal permanent residency and was therefore ineligible to vote. A judge didn’t buy that and she was sentenced to eight years in prison.

This is yet another reason we need the wall and serious vetting of those who come here. Voting is a sacrosanct right of U.S. citizens and as the most powerful nation on earth, we should be able to get our act together and run clean, legitimate elections. Start by doing background checks and vetting on voting monitors and have others watch them as well.

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