Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Confessions of a Vote by Mail fraudster: Mayhem in store nationally come November

The New York Post published a blistering expose on Vote by Mail fraud allegedly with the cooperation of a Democrat New Jersey political insider.

The anonymous tipster alleges they've played a key role in utilizing paper ballots in an array of fraudulent efforts seeking victory in a host of elections.

The Democrat political operative bragged of his extensive participation in Vote by Mail fraud across New Jersey.

Pointing to impacting close election races, the confessed VBM fraudster said:

“An election that is swayed by 500 votes, 1,000 votes — it can make a difference,” the tipster said. “It could be enough to flip states.”
The whisteblower — whose identity, rap sheet and long history working as a consultant to various campaigns were confirmed by The Post — says he not only changed ballots himself over the years, but led teams of fraudsters and mentored at least 20 operatives in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania — a critical 2020 swing state.

Among the Soprano State locations cited rife for opportunity using VBM fraud: Paterson, Atlantic City, Camden, Newark, Hudson County and Hoboken.

The Mile Square City holds legendary status for voter fraud operations at election time going back decades.

Until 2010, it remained in the shadows when this website broke it into the open garnering statewide attention and a NJ Attorney General investigation.

In 2013, this website again wrote exclusively of rampant VBM fraud leading into the November election. Guilty pleas and a conviction at trial for Frank "Pupie" Raia hit last summer.

Pupie, as most in Old Hoboken call him was convicted last year for his role in organizing and underwriting a massive VBM fraud campaign centered on public and senior housing during the 2013 election.

As a result, Raia served a three month sentence in NJ federal prison this year.

The federal investigation in Hoboken has continued into the 2015 municipal election. Last month, Willie Rojas was convicted for his role participating in another VBM fraud scheme in that year's Hoboken council races.

Earlier this year, the Paterson municipal election was so rife with VBM fraud, authorities investigated and fully 20% of the votes submitted were disqualified.

A judge overseeing the case last month ordered a brand new election set for November 3rd.

An anti-VBM rally took place over the weekend in Middleton, NJ

Talking Ed Note: As this anti-corruption website has investigated and reported on voter fraud back to 2009 and uncovered the major criminality of Vote by Mail fraud in Hoboken back to 2010, none of this comes as a surprise.

In early 2014, your friendly neighborhood Horsey testified for a day and a half as a witness in the Hudson Superior Court civil trial involving alleged voter fraud in the Hoboken 2013 election.

A subsequent federal investigation into the 2013 Hoboken mayoral election led to a series of guilty pleas involving one former councilwoman Beth Mason employee and a trial where Frank "Pupie" Raia was convicted for organizing and underwriting a massive VBM fraud operation out of his social club on Jefferson Street. 

Several key friends of Raia turned state's witness leading to his conviction. He served a reduced sentence of three months in a NJ federal prison earlier this year and has been released.

The New York post article is garnering wide attention leading into this years' highly contested presidential election. The fading pandemic hasn't withstood desires to institute standardized voting using the VBM practice nationally with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other state Democrats pushing for it.

The rush to fund and institute Vote by Mail with no effort at cleaning up voter rolls appears orchestrated with chaos as one primary driver. Another problem will be the endless delaying (and manufacturing) of votes as cited by the confessed VBM fraudster leading into and after the November 3rd election.

In New Jersey, Governor Phil Murphy implemented a VBM model by executive order with the pandemic removing the typical request for a ballot under state law and replaced it with a mass mailing of local counties voter lists.

Although the pandemic has since cratered in New Jersey, a repeat of the state's VBM approach is on tap for November.

Last weekend, a number of voters protested against Vote by Mail voting and expressed the desire to vote at the polls. That protest would eventually find its way outside the estate of the governor.



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