2020 Election Fraud: Campaign Worker Arrested After Allegedly Trading Gift Bags for Ballot Changes, Say Investigators
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that Rachel Rodriguez had been arrested for her involvement in a voter fraud scheme.
Rachel Rodriquez has been arrested in Texas on multiple charges for her involvement in a voter fraud scheme during the 2020 Presidential election.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that Rachel Rodriguez has been arrested and will face charges for illegal voting, fraud, unlawful assisting during the mail in voting process, and unlawful possession of an official ballot.
Prior to the 2020 election, Rodriguez was caught on camera in a Project Veritas sting to catch criminals harvesting votes.
In the footage, Rodriguez is meeting an older woman in October on a porch close to a west side residence. Rodriguez met a woman who was older than 65 which could result in more charges against her.
The arrest was made after the Election Fraud Division of the Office of the Attorney General examined numerous hours of raw, unedited video. Rodriguez said on camera that what she was doing was against the law and that she could be arrested for it. Rodriguez may spend as much as 20 years in jail if found guilty.
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The warrants state that Rodriguez then takes the woman’s ballot, appears to strike out a vote for US Senator John Cornyn, and marks it for contender M.J. Hegar.
Despite having a mailbox nearby, according to the warrants, Rodriguez seals the ballot and carries it with her.
“Many continue to claim that there’s no such thing as election fraud. We’ve always known that such a claim is false and misleading, and today we have additional hard evidence. This is a victory for election integrity and a strong signal that anyone who attempts to defraud the people of Texas, deprive them of their vote, or undermine the integrity of elections will be brought to justice.” - Attorney General Paxton.
According to records, the AG investigator obtained evidence for the criminal case in December, including the envelope containing the ballot.
The woman was one of the dozen voters in the area whom Rodriguez was assisting in voting.
The search warrant states that Rodriguez consented to take the undercover reporter along for the ride in exchange for $500.