Donald Trump has been proven right, this time it’s about voter fraud being REAL!
On Wednesday, a Texas jury convicted a woman of voting illegally. The woman was later sentenced to eight years in prison. The moment she’s done with serving her time, she will be deported to Mexico. Her only defense at the trial was saying she did not know the difference between being a resident and a citizen.
Rosa Maria Ortega, the woman in question, was arrested by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and Tarrant County officials for voting illegally on two occasions.
The indictment for the woman came in November of 2015 since she was registered as an (illegal) voter in 2012 and in 2014 as well.
Although the woman wanted to vote earlier, the Tarrant County officials didn’t allow her to do so. Five months later the woman filed a form stating she was a citizen of the U.S. although this was not the case.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton claimed Ortega “cast ballots five times between 2004 and 2014, the bulk of these instances occurred before Texas began enforcement of its photo voter identification law.”
In the 2016 presidential elections, Ortega was not allowed to vote.
On Thursday, General Paxton had the final say in the matter and said, “This case shows how serious Texas is about keeping its elections secure, and the outcome sends a message that violators of the state’s election law will be prosecuted to the fullest.”
“This case shows how serious Texas is about keeping its elections secure, and the outcome sends a message that violators of the state’s election law will be prosecuted to the fullest.”
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