Democrat Senate Candidate Arrested After Stealing Key Fobs Which Could Help Him Rig Election

Arizona has been a hotbed of corruption and stolen elections in recent years and it would seem the Democrats are trying to make sure things stay that way for the 2024 election.

A temporary election worker named Walter Ringfield Jr. stole a security fob and keys belonging to the Maricopa County Tabulation and Election Center – responsible for counting votes in Arizona’s largest county.

The stolen keys let you get into the room and the fob allows users to see who is getting the most votes – seems pretty useful for someone looking to rig an election.

The man was caught after the fact and was arrested as a result, where more details emerged to cement the theory that he was working for the Democratic party!

 

Ringfield Jr. was previously charged with stealing $1,000 cash from a grocery store and should have NEVER passed the background check required to work in elections – yet somehow he did.

But there’s one tiny little fact that may offer some additional insight as to how exactly he managed to circumvent the background check.

Last year, Ringfield Jr. registered to RUN FOR SENATE AS A DEMOCRAT.

That is no coincidence.

Conveniently enough, election workers are now in the process of “reprogramming the tabulators” to ensure “election integrity” which is exactly what happened before the 2022 general election was rigged via TONS of errors which only seemed to affect Republican voters…

Could these people be more blatant?

Watch the video here for more info about Ringfield Jr.

 


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