No Such thing as voter fraud?

Raquel Rodriguez in Project Veritas undercover video
Raquel Rodriguez in Project Veritas undercover video /Youtube

SAN ANTONIO, Texas, January 15, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) — A woman who allegedly engaged in widespread voter fraud in Texas, bribing voters to vote Democrat and changing names on ballots, has been arrested for “election fraud.”

Texas Attorney General (AG) Ken Paxton announced the news in a press releaseon Wednesday, saying that Rachel Rodriguez had been arrested “for election fraud, illegal voting, unlawfully assisting people voting by mail, and unlawfully possessing an official ballot.”

Back in October, the conservative investigative team at Project Veritas exposed Rodriguez for committing substantial voter fraud. An undercover journalist accompanied Rodriguez as she visited voters, secretly recording her bribing and coercing people into voting for Democrats.

One instance in the video showed Rodriguez coaxing an elderly woman to change her vote to be for a Democrat candidate, instead of Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX. Rodriguez then gave the woman a shawl as a gift, informing the journalist that she had been given $2,500 to purchase gifts for bribes.

“She didn’t vote for who we wanted her to vote for … That’s my job … I guess it is being persuasive … That right there is against the law,” Rodriguez explained to the undercover reporter.

Rodriguez also explained that she had a system set up in order to ensure the result that she wanted, describing how a colleague registered votes for dead people in a funeral parlor, and another colleague worked at the polls to swing voters.

As a result of Project Veritas’s video exposé, the ballot chaser faces multiple charges, each of which, Paxton noted “constitutes a felony under the Texas Election Code.”

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