After the 2016 presidential election, I had assumed that when 10,000 envelopes mailed to actively-registered Democratic Party voters in a small State Assembly district (AD-15) in Clark County, Nevada, and approximately 3,000 were returned by the post office as undeliverable, it meant that I had 3,000 pieces of evidence related to possible voter fraud.
I still believe this to be true.
The key to receiving these returned envelopes was by using first class mail for campaign literature, which is never done due to cost. Instead, they normally send it “bulk rate” which means that the post office receives any undeliverable envelopes and then discards them through recycling.
I had also assumed that our elected officials in Nevada and our federal investigative agencies, would assist in the investigation of this evidence. In this case, I made the wrong assumption.
Instead, many state officials made a variety of excuses without having looked at even one envelope. I heard them all, yet was told voter registration fraud is a problem in Nevada, but voter fraud is not.
How can you have one aspect of fraud and not another when there is no law requiring a registered voter to prove who they are, or that they are even a citizen of this country?
In our efforts to work with the Clark County Registrar’s office, after months of stonewalling, we received a list of voters from AD-15 provided in a PDF format and alphabetized by first name, making our independent investigation nearly impossible.
Luckily, one of my radio listeners on KBET in Nevada asked for the envelopes, conducted an independent investigation, and found some concerning results.
However, due to the fact that our investigation cannot access immigration and social security databases, it requires the assistance of a state and federal agency. To date, not one has begun an examination, even though the evidence is right in their very hands.
This begs many questions:
– Where is Jeff Sessions?
– Where is the political will to clean up our voter rolls as required by law?
– Where is the FBI and the Election Integrity Commission?
If we have 10,000 envelopes of returned campaign mail, where are the related Sample Ballots, which can be used as “identification” in Nevada to vote?
I firmly believe that we have uncovered a template of fraud, one that can be replicated in any precinct in any state. There is much more to this story that I will divulge in the coming days related to the rigged Nevada election, illegal immigrant activists in Nevada and their related organizations, and whistleblowers who contacted me from a variety of local unions, post offices, and companies that assisted in voter registration drives.
Stay tuned for more, as we begin Operation CVR, Clean Voter Rolls.