Huge voter fraud scheme alleged in Dallas County mail in ballots
The Dallas County District Attorney’s Office has secret audio recordings in which a campaign worker claims he pays off someone inside the county elections to find out when mail-in ballots get sent out.There is more including a video report by WFAA. Mail-in ballots appear to be part of an organized scheme of vote fraud. The commission formed by President Trump should probably include cases like this in their inquiry.
Sidney Williams, 33, made the audio recordings of Jose Barrientos. Williams shared the audio with the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office and WFAA.
Barrientos told WFAA that the recordings are just “guy talk.” He said he has not done anything illegal.
"I don't do that stuff. I know that looks bad me and Sidney talking s*** or trash. That looks bad. And I know it does but that's just talk,” Barrientos told WFAA.
Williams: What do we do, chase the mailman or how does that work?"He goes in there. He speaks to this county employee. The county employee tips him off by ZIP code, lets him know which precincts are dropping," explained Williams. "Either he's stealing them from the mailbox, yanking them from a little old lady who probably has them, says he's going to assist her in a specific way for a specific candidate."
Barrientos: Your homeboy that's at the elections office. He tells you when the f*****g ZIP codes are dropping. He'll tell you like 75221 fixing to hit. Today. They're going out.
Williams: He tells you that?
Barrientos: He's not supposed to but yeah. But then you've got to drop a hundred or two or three. Whatever it is. He can't do it for free.
Identifying a person named “Jose Rodriguez,” who has signed dozens, perhaps hundreds of mail-in ballots, is the biggest mystery in Dallas County politics right now.
How easy is it to steal a ballot in Dallas County, WFAA asked Williams.
“Easy,” he responded.
This is becoming one of the biggest voter fraud investigations underway in Texas.
Williams’ recordings provide new clues for county prosecutors who have spent the last couple months investigating allegations of voter fraud.
On the recordings, Barrientos also suggests he has forged applications for mail-in or absentee ballots.