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JUST IN: Democrat Voter Facing Charges Of Election Fraud In New York

A New York man is now facing charges of voter fraud after he was allegedly caught with fraudulent ballots in his possession.

32-year-old Abdul Rahman reportedly applied for 118 mail-in ballots for the Democrat Party and 32 of those 118 applications were approved.

The Queens resident faces a maximum of seven years in prison if he is convicted on the charges. This story is yet another piece of proof that election fraud is all around us. Election fraud that we are repeatedly told does not exist.

My question is how was this individual able to apply for and obtain the mail-in ballots if he was not the individual named on the ballots?

Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz issued this press release in response to the arraignment of Abdul Rahman on charges related to voter fraud.

The New York Post reports:

Abdul Rahman, 32, of 257th Street in Floral Park, could serve up to seven years in prison after a monster 140-count indictment outlined how he pulled off the voter fraud plot in an attempt to disenfranchise 118 voters.

One individual asked: “Riddle me this: If there is no voter fraud, then why do we keep finding voter fraud, even though we are not aggressively looking for voter fraud?”

CBS News provided this statement from Board of Elections Deputy Executive Director Vincent Ignizio:

“The Board of Elections in the City of New York is proud to once again have identified and referred an election integrity issue to law enforcement.

Our government partners in the Queens District Attorney’s Office did an amazing job at investigating this case and bringing it to indictment.

Protecting our democracy and the elections process is the responsibility of all Americans.”


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