Two Dems Get Jail Time for Election Fraud
Two Democrats in Louisiana have been sentenced to a year in prison for election fraud, adding to the mounting evidence that Democrats have been involved in election fraud for years.
Conservative media sources reported that two Democrats in Amite City – one a former police chief and the other an ex-council member – were each sentenced on Tuesday (November 29) to 12 months in prison for buying votes as well as conspiring to buy votes in a federal election in 2016.
Former Amite City Police Chief Jerry Trabona and City Councilwoman Kristian “Kris” Hart were charged last December by a federal grand jury with paying voters in Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana to vote for them in the 2016 Open Primary Election and the 2016 Open General Election.
While both Trabona and Hart faced a maximum of five years in prison, they got only one year of jail time each while Trabona was also fined $10,000.
Leftist media has ignored the news of the two LA Democrats getting jail time for election fraud. The press release by the Department of Justice announcing the sentencing of the two convicts does not include any mention of their political party affiliation, either current or at the time of their crimes.
Fox News also didn’t touch on the political affiliation of the two convicts in its reporting on the case. But The Gateway Pundit and a few other conservative media sources like TruthTent specified that Trabona and Hart are both Democrats.
In October, former congressman Michael “Ozzie” Myers – also a Democrat – was sentenced to 30 months in prison after pleading guilty to multiple charges of election fraud in Pennsylvania during the 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018 elections. Myers had previously been expelled from the House of Representatives and convicted of bribery the following year, for which he served three years in prison.
Election fraud by Democrats has also been documented in Texas where Zul Mirza Mohamed, a Muslim Democrat in the City of Carrollton’s mayoral race, was charged with 109 felonies related to voter fraud shortly before the 2020 presidential election.
Mohamed faced 20 years in prison if convicted of the charges brought against him. However, the story quickly disappeared from the news and no update on the case has been provided by the authorities to date.
Conservatives have been raising awareness against rampant election fraud for many years now but the left insists that there is nothing to see and labels all election fraud reports as right-wing conspiracy theories.