Sheriff of Arizona county featured in ‘2000 Mules’ announces 2020 voting fraud investigations – IOTW Report

Sheriff of Arizona county featured in ‘2000 Mules’ announces 2020 voting fraud investigations

Just The News: The sheriff’s office of an Arizona county highlighted in Dinesh D’Souza’s “2000 Mules” documentary on alleged ballot harvesting and trafficking in the 2020 presidential election announced Wednesday it has teamed up with the county recorder to investigate 2020 election fraud. 

The Yuma County Sheriff’s Office announced Wednesday that as of March, it has 16 open voter fraud cases.

The Sheriff’s Office and the Recorder’s Office “are working together to actively examine cases of voting fraud from the 2020 General Election and now a recent pattern of fraudulent voter registration forms leading up to the 2022 Primary Election,” according to the YCSO.

“Some examples of voter fraud Yuma County is currently seeing,” the sheriff reports, “are the following:

Impersonation fraud: Voting in the name of other legitimate voters and voters who have died or moved away.

False registrations: Falsifying voter registrations by either using a real or fake name, birth date, or address. This is being done by outreach groups who are paid for each registration form they submit, therefore, are out soliciting voters into unnecessarily re-registering or falsifying forms with Yuma County [residents’] identities.

Duplicate voting: Submitting multiple votes or registering in multiple locations and voting in the same election in more than one jurisdiction or state.

Fraudulent use of absentee ballots: Requesting absentee ballots and voting without the knowledge of the actual voter; or obtaining the absentee ballot from a voter and either filling it in directly and forging the voter’s signature or illegally telling the voter who to vote for.”


12 Comments on Sheriff of Arizona county featured in ‘2000 Mules’ announces 2020 voting fraud investigations

  1. I wish all the nations Sheriffs had this much integrity. That would send a clear message to the Democrats.

  2. AnonTrooper
    MAY 14, 2022 AT 6:14 AM
    “Never forget. Sheriffs are politicians with a badge.”

    …true, but sometimes the job shapes them.

    And sometimes not.

    I used to live in a County that was Republican and had a Republican Sheriff who even restored order in Cincinnati during some 2001 race riots when the Democrats running the CPD refused to, and he stopped the whole “pull old White ladies out of their cars on public streets and beat them mercilessly because, racism, or something” thing toot sweet.

    Then Democrats, mostly by turning the inner city projects inside out and spreading their carefully cultivated poverty of values and hatred through the County with forced Section 8, along with a huge increase in legal and illegal immigrants, took over the County and elected a Democrat Sherriff.

    Who actually turned out pretty good.

    He cane up thru the ranks. He defended his deputies. He enforced laws. He generally didn’t act like a stereotypical Democrat.

    So he had to GO.

    They primaried him with a shrill lesbian whose main qualifications were shrillness and lesbian. And of course she won the General.

    They haven’t enforced a law since.

    …well, except for speeding…

  3. I got my “2000 Mules” DVD via Fedx yesterday and will be spreading its message far and wide…in an attempt to wake the dead brain victims, if that’s even possible.

  4. From the article:

    “[I]t’s so great that in that exact venue, the sheriff has now announced a new investigation,” D’Souza said. “It seems to be a direct response to the work both of True the Vote and the movie.

    “So this idea that the movie is making all these outlandish claims, law enforcement doesn’t even have to look at it — complete nonsense. And this, I hope, is only the first step.”

    What I am understanding from this is that the Yuma County sheriff would not be investigating these claims had True the Vote/Dinesh D’Souza not made a film highlighting his jurisdiction. Why must it usually take some kind of media exposure and fear of negative public opinion to instigate justice?

  5. Here in Arizona, our Sheriffs are a breed unto themselves. They don’t take crap from the federales and rightfully so! Being elected and not appointed they are not subject to any external forces to include city, state or federal purview. Hell, they could arrest federal agents at the drop of a dime and many Sheriffs have threatened to do just that on those thugs overstepping their authority. They wield great power!

  6. AbigailAdams MAY 14, 2022 AT 8:26 AM

    “Why must it usually take some kind of media exposure and fear of negative public opinion to instigate justice?’

    …you mean, to instigate a foot-dragging, slow-walking, totally unproductive parody of “justice” that is designed to run out the clock until the next “election” the Democrats will steal, after which all of this will be forgotten except for the vengeance against the ‘insurrectionists’ who made them look bad and actually pretend to do their actual JOBS for a minute to keep the peasants distracted and believing that “Da Process” will actually DO something…

    …but it takes so long because even doing THAT is an effort. Best to simply ignore it and do nothing, treat everyone who says anything like a kook, conspiracy theorist, or White Supremacist unless it becomes impossible to ignore, THEN do this ficticious “investigation” with as little time as possible until the NEXT Democrat manufactured crisis comes along and everyone forgets about it so you can quitely drop it without even telling anyone…

  7. Our Sheriff isn’t like those limp dick political types over in commifornia. He’s well respected in the county!

  8. Figlio…
    Not always true. They got Sheriff Joe out and installed a dem sheriff here in Maricopa Cnty.

  9. Well Ferd,how long did that take? He fought them(federales)at every turn for years and drove the bastards crazy! Good times!He outlived his popularity as happens to everyone and the county voters rejected him after re-electing him numerous times. He was too damn old, but he was one of a kind!


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