Another Voter Fraud Arrest in Texas Border County from 2012 Democratic Primaries

Ildefonso Ortiz, Breitbart, February 28, 2015

Texas authorities have formally charged two men accused of cheating during the 2012 Democratic Party 2012 Primary near the Texas border. The most recent arrest was carried out by the Cameron County District Attorney’s office after a grand jury handed down indictments against two separate individuals, information provided by the Cameron County DA’s office to Breitbart Texas revealed.

One of the defendants has been identified as Jose Angel Garza. He was formally charged on a five count indictment on the charge of tampering with a marked ballot. Rafael Angel Elizondo has been charged with one count of the same charge for an offense that allegedly took place in July 2012, the information provided to Breitbart Texas revealed.

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The investigation into the voter fraud is being carried out by the Texas Attorney General’s Office in conjunction with the DA’s office who announced that more indictments could follow.

As Breitbart Texas previously reported, the Texas border has been the scene of multiple voter fraud arrests in connection with the 2012 Democrat primaries and the presidential election. Federal agents have, since 2013, been investigating multiple cases of voter fraud in the border city of Donna in connection with the 2012 school board election and the Hidalgo County Commissioner’s race where votes were bought with cocaine, marijuana, cash, beer and cigarettes. Hidalgo County Commissioner A.C. Cuellar has not been arrested despite being mentioned by some of the campaign workers as the man whose campaign they worked for.

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  • Easyrhino

    Don’t expect Holder and his partisan cronies to investigate this voter fraud anytime soon..

    • Reynardine

      I think you misunderstand. It’s not the “Justice” department of which Holder is head, it’s the “Just Us” (read: his people) department. Don’t worry, it’s a common misunderstanding.

  • connorhus

    And as always every Femocrat Liberal out there will proclaim there is no voter fraud and that it can’t be proven. No matter how many instances of it you show.

    • Actually, the angle they try to play is that voter fraud is rare.

      And they are correct, voter fraud is rare.

      Candidate A gets 1,000,000 legitimate votes, Candidate B gets 999,999 legitimate votes. Then two votes are faked up for Candidate B.

      Fraudulent votes in that case are only 0.0001% of all votes cast. Pretty rare, huh?

      Small print: This fancy word called “leverage.”

      • John Smith

        You need to catch it to make that determination – you can’t document what you didn’t find (and probably didn’t want to).

  • superlloyd

    Mexicans bringing their corrupt practices to a town near you soon. Watch this space.

    • Reynardine

      At least we got tacos, right? Because apparently that’s all the left cares about… oh that and the dishes can’t be washed by white people.

  • In 2006, I waited until I was off federal paper until I re-registered to vote. I didn’t want to be a criminal anymore. Funny, that.

  • libertarian1234

    The drug cartels grow in numbers and area every month throughout the US.
    As the US economy becomes weaker, the sale of drugs continue to soar, giving the gangs a GDP that is the envy of all the nations of the world.
    They have enough revenue to buy any arms and equipment they need, as well as politicians.
    This country is accelerating toward a third world status and is in danger of imploding more and more every year.

    • antiquesunlight

      I think your prediction is right on. Our time at the top is over now. What we need to do is develop a very strong tradition among our people of educating our children about Western Civilization, its history and values, and their role in preserving it. That will protect us and perhaps enable us, at some indefinite point in the future, to reclaim our past glory.

      • libertarian1234

        I agree wholeheartedly.

        It would also help us greatly if we staked out an area that we could develop into a sovereign nation eventually.

        Like-minded communities can blossom into nation states.

        IMHO the sheer size of this country has been mostly responsible for our disunity.

        Smaller is better for representative government in that it is more apt to adhere to the desires of the people and the people only. Also, voting via referendum is a must.

        • antiquesunlight

          Picking the land is not an easy problem. I don’t think it is in our best interest to be in a situation where we are surrounded by a hostile government (or people). My feeling is that there is a higher probability of that happening if we remain in North America than if we return to Continental Europe. Breaking off and forming new states is a volatile, dangerous process which sets us up for retaliation, and I think we should avoid it if at all possible. What would be better is for us to return to existing North Western European countries, *which already have diplomatic and trade associations*, and possibly, but not necessarily, consolidate one or more of them in a kind of United Europe, with the purpose of strengthening ourselves against outsiders and increasing our territory for our own people. The existing international relations I mentioned will act as some leverage against attacks and will provide us with actual stability as well as the appearance of stability in the eyes of the world. At the same time, America and much of Europe is very likely to fragment along cultural and racial lines, which means they will be very unstable. IF we can return to Northern Europe in the way I’m suggesting, we MIGHT be able to let the multiculturalists collapse on themselves while we escape out the back door. Their turmoil will strengthen us (in the eyes of the world) and will keep them too weak to do much to us (hopefully).

          Anyway, I’m just brainstorming. We have to start thinking in these terms.

        • 1G25

          South of the Mason-Dixon Line is a good start.
          .

  • dd121

    I’m surprised anyone is making a token effort to curb illegal voting. I thought that’s what the Democrats wanted.

  • A Freespeechzone

    Don’t expect anything to happen—the current administration wants and encourages voter fraud and equates honest elections with discrimination.

    Watch them try to make that argument. . . .

  • GeneticsareDestiny

    It’s kind of hilarious that these two men were caught committing voter fraud in the Democratic primaries. Usually Democrats figure voter fraud will benefit them because fraudulent voters mostly vote Democrat, but this time the fraudsters interfered with the Democratic primary itself without harming any Republicans.

    Maybe that’s why they got caught.

  • WR_the_realist

    As the president of Mexico said, “Wherever there are Mexicans, there is Mexico.”

    • NoMosqueHere

      That just about says it all.

    • 1G25

      And that is no compliment.

      Mexico has size, climate, natural resources varied terrain and coastlines much like the United States, but the country sucks.

      Mexico sucks because it’s full of Mexicans.
      .

    • He inadvertently made an excellent case for genocide with that statement.

  • Dan B. Cooper

    Boycott Fox

    • NoMosqueHere

      Fox is way too librull for me, but its’s the only half way decent cable news outlet.

  • Cid Campeador

    YOU want to stop the flood, you have to build a dam.

  • Earl Turner

    Multiculturalism has consequences.

  • I will vote GOP in 2016 if they give me cash, beer and cigars. I’ll vote Democrat for the same reasons. Let the bidding begin. They expect us voters to be whores, so I’m just negotiating about the price.

  • Dan B. Cooper

    Fox News regularly bashes the South.

  • antiquesunlight

    Parts of Western Europe still have relatively low foreign-born populations. Finland, for example. Plus, Europe does not have a large native non-white population, like we do (blacks). So that means that a country like Finland is almost completely white.
    The problem, potentially, with claiming land in North America is that we will very likely have to start over, i.e. secede, and then worry about defending ourselves against the rest of the country that we are trying to secede from but that will probably be very upset at us about it. So that is why I think that, strategically, in the long run, it makes more sense for us to rally in Northern Europe.