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The former voter registrar of Prince William County in Virginia was charged with two counts related to making false statements and corruption in connection to the 2020 election, according to a report from Just the News.
The outlet revealed that the former registrar, Michele White, allegedly engaged in illegal activities between August and December 2020.
Per Fox News, White resigned from her position in March 2021 following an emergency meeting of the Electoral Board in Prince William County. White is facing two felony charges and a single misdemeanor charge, and it is unclear what the details of her crimes are currently.
Interestingly, Just the News pointed out that Prince William County recently became a bellwether county. In fact, a 2013 article from the Washington Post reported that Prince William County had become fairly reliable in that sense, meaning that the region tends to vote alongside the nation’s overall political direction regarding a presidential election. Bellwether counties have long been analyzed to attempt to predict presidential victories.
Unsurprisingly, White’s indictment is not the only news related to election corruption in 2020 over the past week. Per RSBN, a U.S. District Court in the state of Michigan recently denied Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson’s motion to dismiss a case against her that alleges she did not remove 25,000 reportedly deceased individuals from state voter rolls.
Fox News’ report noted that in 2020, Prince William County set new records for receiving absentee and early ballots via information shared in the Prince William County Times.
Unfortunately, there has been a landslide of reports of ballot trafficking, fraud, and irregularities related to absentee ballots and drop boxes since 2020, especially since the release of the documentary, “2000 Mules.”
Dinesh D’Souza’s film exposed evidence of a nationwide ballot trafficking conspiracy that occurred in at least five key states during the 2020 presidential election.