Exposing Dem Voting Fraud! Arkansas Dem Submits 98 Absentee Ballots To For Democrats!

Article by Bryan Howard

May 26, 2020

President Trump has taken a hard stance against mail-in voting the Democrats have been pushing due to the Coronavirus. Trump has claimed there will be mass voter fraud in the United States that the Democrats will use to win elections. Democrats have claimed there is no evidence of voter fraud and Conservatives are being conspiracy theorists.

Rising Liberty has decided we are going to start publishing a long list of voter fraud cases in order to combat this narrative that voter fraud is not taking place. You will notice many of the cases will be used from the Heritage Foundations list, but we decided it will have a lasting impact to break them down one case at a time. There will be other additional cases added in as well.

Larry Gray, former sanitation director for the city of Helena, was charged for submitting more than 25 absentee ballots in 2002.

Gray was discovered to have applied for 200 absentee ballots and submitted at least 98 of them in the Democratic primary for state Senate, state House and sheriff.

Gray pleaded guilty to the crime of voter fraud and the Judge believes he was one of many involved in a voter fraud scheme from the Democrat party of Phillips County, Arkansas.

This is only one of the thousands of instances Democrats have been using absentee ballots to win elections. Please share this article with all your friends and family to spread the truth about the risk of allowing mass absentee ballots.

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