The 2022 midterm election is in the rearview mirror.
But as a massive scandal is exploding.
And this massive voter fraud arrest has everyone asking this big question about the 2022 election.
Pennsylvania’s Democrat Attorney General Josh Shapiro won the Gubernatorial Election a blowout due in large part to his successful effort to cast Trump-endorsed Republican rival Doug Mastriano as an extremist.
Shapiro smeared Mastriano as a fanatic due to Mastriano believing Democrats committed voter fraud in the 2022 election and that Mastriano attended Donald Trump’s rally on January 6.
But Shapiro was hiding something from the voters.
One week after the election Shapiro announced the arrest of political consultant Rasheen Crews for allegedly forging the signatures on nominating petitions to get his Democrat clients on the ballot in the 2019 elections.
Shapiro claimed this arrest would help strengthen the integrity of the 2023 municipal elections.
“In advance of the 2023 municipal elections, this arrest is an important reminder that interfering with the integrity of our elections is a serious crime,” Shapiro stated. “By soliciting and organizing the wide scale forgery of signatures, the defendant undermined the democratic process and Philadelphians’ right to a free and fair election. My office is dedicated to upholding the integrity of the election process across the Commonwealth, to ensure everyone can participate in Pennsylvania’s future.”
In a press release announcing the arrest Shapiro described how Crews allegedly engineered a fraud scheme by recruiting individuals to forge signatures of voters to his clients qualified for the ballot.
Shapiro also stated:
An investigation by the Office of Attorney General found that in 2019, multiple candidates hired Crews to help them obtain the requisite amount of signatures needed for their nomination petitions for the Democratic primary races. Crews recruited individuals to help with the petition work, bringing them to a hotel room and asking them to write names, addresses, and forged signatures on multiple petitions. Crews then had these petitions notarized and filed with the Pennsylvania Department of State on behalf of his clients.
Of the petitions that were reviewed, over one thousand signatures were determined to be duplicated. Many names and addresses were found repeated on various petition pages, some pages appeared to be photocopied entirely, and some of the listed individuals claimed to have never signed the petitions in question.
Due to the questions around the petition signatures, some candidates chose to withdraw entirely from the election.
The corporate media and Democrats claim fraud does not exist and that any Republican who broaches the top is an election denier and a conspiracy theorist.
But by virtue of his position as Attorney General Josh Shapiro knew this arrest was coming down the pike.
And Shapiro held off on announcing this arrest for election fraud until after the vote because it would have made his attacks on Mastriano as a fringe election denier more difficult.
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