Mexican Citizen Who Illegally Voted 3 Times in the U.S. Election Gets Ultimate Punishment!

This needs to be repeated to all 60,000+ Illegals living and voting in America.  As I have been saying for decades now –  PURGE the voter registration records and then require those who want to vote to appear in person at the voter registrars office with identification and documents proving they live where they say before they can be put on the voter roles.  Then,  repeat this same action every  4 years.  That will remove a lot of DEAD voters and a lot of the ILLEGALS as they won’t want to bother with getting caught – and it will ensure that the voter roles are mostly clean and legitimate.  Also, no more permanent absentee ballots – each one would have to be applied for.

Jackie Juntti
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Justice! Mexican Citizen Who Illegally Voted 3 Times in the U.S. Election Gets Ultimate Punishment!

A Mexican woman who was living illegally in the United States has been sentenced to 10 Years in prison for illegally voting 3 times in the US Election.

As reported by patriotbeat.com

A Texas judge laid down the law for Laura Janeth Garza, for voter fraud. She will spend 10 years in prison and is ordered to pay a $10K fine.

A Texas judge sentenced Mexican citizen Laura Janeth Garza to 10 years in jail for illegally voting in the 2016 presidential election. As Fox News reports, she pleaded guilty Thursday to counts of voter impersonation and ineligible voting. Both crimes are felonies in the state.

In addition to the jail time, Garza also has to pay a $10,000 fine, and she will be sent back to Mexico.

A state investigation revealed that Garza obtained her U.S. citizen documentation by theft. She assumed the identity of someone who had registered to vote in Harris County, Texas. According to investigators, Garza was known as “Angie Yadira Zamora” when she voted in the 2004, 2012 and 2016 elections.

The deception ended when a real U.S. citizen applied for a passport, only to be told that someone with that name and address had already secured one, Texas Attorney General told the Houston Chronicle.

“Election integrity is a top priority for my office, and arrestees and convictions like this clearly demonstrate our commitment to ensuring that Texas elections remain free and fair,” said Paxton.

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