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AUDIO: Sheila Jackson Lee Operatives Ran Vote Fraud Scheme in Houston

'What else are they doing?'

Newly obtained audio by the National File appeared to expose three cases of egregious vote fraud in Texas‘s 2020 election.

Three separate clips published by the conservative website reportedly included one in which a woman was surprised to learn she had been voting, and two others in which dead people had been furnished absentee ballots in Harris County, which includes the city of Houston.

“I’ve been away from Harris County,” said 80-year-old Sylvia Thomas in the first recording.

An absentee ballot had been requested on Thomas’s behalf by Democrat operatives linked to a political-action committee for Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, D-Texas.

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“What else are they doing?” Thomas asked, after confirming that she did not know the person who made the request, Tomar Bishop, nor his supervisor, Gloria Palmer.

Relatives of the two deceased ‘voters,’ Jesse Burks and Gloria Chambers, also confirmed that they did not know Bishop or Palmer.

The calls stemmed from the efforts of private investigator Charles Marler, who previously had submitted an affidavit attesting to the massive ballot-harvesting operation he witnessed.

“Witnesses have shown me and described to me how the ballot harvesters take absentee ballots from the elderly in nursing homes, from the homeless, and from unsuspecting residences’ mailboxes,” said Marler, who previously worked as an FBI investigator in the areas of counterespionage and counterterrorism, in the affidavit.

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“The ballot harvesters then complete the ballots for their preferred candidate and forge the signature of the ‘voter,'” he continued. “Two witnesses stated to me that there are two individuals employed at the Harris County Clerk’s Office who are aware of the illegal ballots and help facilitate and mask the processing of the ballots into the legal stream of ballots.”

The FBI conducted a probe of Houston-area allegations of fraud, which focused largely on Dallas Jones, Texas political director for the Joe Biden campaign.

Marler and another private investigator, Mark Aguirre, offered evidence that Jones and his associates had hoarded an estimated 700,000 mail-in and absentee ballots,

Prior to the election, FBI agents interrogated Jones, but the two investigators who flagged the concern doubted anything would be done to stop the fraud, the National File reported.

Other watchdog groups, including the Public Interest Legal Foundation, also were involved in the effort to expose Texas’s fraud.

PILF sued Harris County officials, including Registrar Ann Bennett, a Democrat, after discovering that the county routinely approved the voting registrations of ineligible illegal immigrants.

And in a separate case only days before the election, a federal judge rejected conservative watchdog groups’ legal efforts to block nearly 127,000 ballots that had been dubiously cast at drive-thru polling centers with little chain-of-custody oversight.

As with many election-related lawsuits, the judge dismissed it on procedural reasons, claiming that the concerned parties had no stranding and had waited too long to press the suit since votes already had been cast.

Despite the shenanigans, Texas Republicans fared better than many in the mainstream media had projected. However, the Left continues it bid to flip the Lone Star State, which likely would give Democrats an insurmountable advantage in federal elections.

Texas officials are pushing back, with the state legislature putting forth new laws to close some of the alarming loopholes that Democrats exploited in the 2020 election, many under the auspices of the coronavirus pandemic.

The National File said the newly reported audio evidence already had been submitted the office of Texas’s secretary of state, where it would be passed along, if actionable, to the state attorney general, Ken Paxton.

Headline USA reached out to the office of Texas Secretary of State Ruth Ruggero Hughs—as well as to the campaigns of Paxton and two GOP primary rivals, George P. Bush and Eva Guzman—to elaborate on the efforts to prevent a repeat in future elections. We will update with any response.

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