What Voter Fraud? - Mexican Citizen Sentenced To 8 Years In Prison After Illegally Voting In Texas

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Rosa Ortega, a Mexican citizen, has been convicted of voter fraud and sentenced to 8 years in prison in Texas after inadvertently admitting to election officials that she had been voting in Dallas County for years.  Apparently the voting fraud was discovered by chance after Ortega tried to register to vote in Tarrant County but was rejected after she admitted that she was not actually a citizen of the United States.  While she should have probably just accepted the rejection, Ortega pushed back by arguing that she had already been voting in Dallas County, an argument that drew the attention of investigators.

Ortega's voting privileges were approved in Dallas after she falsified her application by claiming to be a citizen.  Of course, liberal lawyers, funded by George Soros, have done a masterful job convincing courts around the country that verifying things like a person's identity and citizenship status prior to allowing them to vote is unconstitutional.  Per CBS:

Prosecutors say the reason officials at the elections department in Dallas didn’t stop the voter fraud from happening is because Rosa Ortega claimed she was a citizen on her application.


Now the Tarrant County D.A.’s office is calling for those claims to be verified before handing out registration cards.


Prosecutors said whether this case prompts elections officials to verify citizenship is an issue for the legislature.

As you may recall, we wrote about a similar incident back in September in which the Cascade Mall shooter, a Turkish citizen, who killed 5 people in the state of Washington was found to have also been illegally voting for years.  And, just like the case above, Washington's Secretary of State noted that there was no way to prevent the voter fraud because "we don’t have a provision in state law that allows either county elections officials or the Secretary of State's office to verify someone’s citizenship."

"We don’t have a provision in state law that allows either county elections officials or the Secretary of State's office to verify someone’s citizenship.  So, we’re in this place where we want to make sure we’re maintaining people’s confidence in the elections and the integrity of the process, but also that we’re giving this individual, like we would any voter, his due process. We’re moving forward, and that investigation is really coming out of the investigation from the shootings."


"The penalties are very serious. That’s why we want to make sure we’re very measured, and this is why we want to make sure we’re very calm and purposeful in how we move forward.  The stakes are very high on both sides. You want to keep the confidence level high, but you also want to protect the voting rights of everyone."


"Our hands are kind of tied, but make no mistake, we want to make sure that everybody has confidence that people casting ballots are eligible. This is certainly going to be a topic at next legislation."

Of course, Ortega's lawyer tried to argue that a learning disability made it impossible for her to comprehend the complex laws that allow only U.S. citizens to vote in U.S. elections...Sure, because why wouldn't Mexican citizens be allowed to vote in the U.S.? 

Her attorney said she has a learning disability and was confused about the difference between being a citizen and a legal resident, so she thought she was allowed to vote.


“The jury didn’t believe that story. They believed that the defendant knew exactly what she was doing, and they responded accordingly,” Prosecutor Jonathan White said.


"Once she gets out of prison and she’s deported, does she bring her four minor children to Mexico? As a mother I think that would be a difficult choice for her,” Birdsall said.

We're currently awaiting confirmation from Democrats and MSNBC that there is still no concrete evidence of voter fraud and that Trump's vow to conduct a "major investigation" into the topic is still just a political sham.


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flaunt's picture

And will be subsequently deported, I hope.

BarkingCat's picture

yes. deport her immediately after her release 

cheka's picture

one down 10 million to go

Chief Wonder Bread's picture

but... but... she was the backbone of the Republican party!

Manthong's picture

There is not enough prison space to house all of the illegal and vote fraud felons.

The Saint's picture
The Saint (not verified) Manthong Feb 10, 2017 10:49 PM

Maybe we can create an island like the Chinese did and put all the illegals and voter fraud felons on it.


SokPOTUS's picture

We already have California....

philipat's picture

Most "cilviized" countries have a voter registration system and a nominated SINGLE polling place for each registered voter where a single vote is allowed against production of the voter registration form and photo ID. So why is it so difficult for the US to install such a system? Answer: It isn't, it's just that the Democrats were using the present system to infiltrate the votes of illegal aliens crossing open borders, all of whom will vote for Democrat "Fee Shit" to create a permanent Democrat majority?

This is another item that should be on Trump's already long list of things that need to get fixed?

wee-weed up's picture



The Big Leftist lie - "there's no voter fraud" - doubled-down on by their covering Lib MSM!

Time to proclaim it, vilify it, and PROSECUTE it!

Save_America1st's picture

ummm....good. then deportation next.  Done deal.

bitchez...  ;-)

Dormouse's picture

To quote, now, President Donald Trump—"they're not sending us their best and brightest...."

Anasteus's picture

Soon we'll find out that quarter of Hillary's voters were Mexicans...

fleur de lis's picture

Something has to be done about Soros/Schwarz.

And it is also odd that so much chaos is attributed only to him.

He is probably just the messenger boy for a bigger nest of swamp rats.

In any case, none of his money is honest and should be confistcated one way or another.


TeamDepends's picture

Yes, and now we see why Dims squeal like stuck pigs when sensible voter ID legislation is proposed. Because they would be exposed as the minority that they are. The far left has only ever attracted a maximum of 20% of Americans even with the brainwashing cranked up to 11.

Déjà view's picture

Si Señor...push 2 for Spanish...

Viva Tejas...2m to go!

Save_America1st's picture

that look on her smug face seems to say "Fuck You, America.", doesn't it?

And gee, I wonder what her "voting" record consists of?  100% voting for scumbag D's and especially hispanic D's. 

Sweet Chicken's picture

The Founding Fathers were correct.....only land owners should have the right to vote.

7thGenMO's picture

Yes, and only "free white persons" were allowed to become naturalized citizens per the Act of 1790 - passed while the Founders were all still living.  Even some conservatives say that there has never been a successful white nationalist movement, but I say the USA proves otherwise.  May God grant us again the wisdom of our Anglo-Saxon founders.

Edit: Implicit in "free" is the reality that some whites, particularly the Irish, were held in servitude. It is one of the remarkable oversights of the Founders that, despite having fought a Revolution against royalty, they were assuming a similar elite status through the use of slavery. Instead of European serfs, they predominantly used African slaves. Of course, this was later rather violently corrected (War Between the States).

chiquita's picture

To quote, now, President Donald Trump—"they're not sending us their best and brightest...."


No, we have to give their "best and brightest" our jobs in order to get them to come over.  And I'm not so sure those H1-bs are necessarily always their brightest either...

Dizzy Malscience's picture

The democrats 52 year campaign to change the demographics of the United States to a majority of government dependent democrat voters has hit a brick wall with this President.

It started with Johnson’s “Great Society” in 1965.

They wasted trillions of dollars and accomplished nothing positive for America.



SoDamnMad's picture

Sorry if you get sick of me constantly posting this to this subject of voter fraud.

And forget about them fixing this bullshit.  Verifiable paper ballots with ID and proof of citizenship would be RACIST, therefore we will never get them as long as Democrats have any power.  Never mind that Guyana requires ID + proof of citizenship + an address check.  Guyanans can't be racist because they aren't white.

Jack McGriff's picture

The fact that Guyana is a negro nation is why ID, proof of citizenship, and address check is required.  They may be low IQ, but they aren't that stupid.  Left unchecked, Guyana would just be INVITING voter fraud, and every single negro in charge knows it.  

Kranky's picture

Agreed. I usually have to show photo ID to vote then my name gets ticked before getting handed the papers.

swamp's picture

Playing right onto the globalists hands.

You really need to study up on who is behind this movement to separate CA and why.

BabaLooey's picture

1) Fence off the Mojave.

2) Herd them all in there - might be some seepage.....

3) Throw in a couple of canteens of warm agua.

4) Put it on You Tube a la Shellacka Le Boof



NoPension's picture

Give her clemency......if she rats on five others.

Then give those five clemency, to each rat on five more.

Then give this 25..., and so on.

Clemency equals....get out of jail and be deported. Come back and get caught...double time.

Solves two problems at once. Fraud and keeping them in jail.

SoDamnMad's picture

She stays in jail for 8 years on my tab. In that time she demands to be taught to read English, learns law, becomes a "model citizen", somehow applies for citizenship, is released and demands restitution for "illegal" incrceration, picks up her check and goes back to Mexico. Screw that.

Have Border Patrol take her to the border and throw her across the line.

laser's picture

Need to finish the wall.

Hobbleknee's picture

What if the island capsizes?

overbet's picture

This right here shows why we insist you go. The aggressive entitled attitude for something you should be humbly thankful to have.

While she should have probably just accepted the rejection, Ortega pushed back by arguing that she had already been voting in Dallas County, an argument that drew the attention of investigators

overbet's picture

Maybe the wall can double as a prison. Place it far enough on our side of the border and let the inmates roam free on the other side.

Dilluminati's picture

Under sharia they cut off the hand of a thief, for stealing an American vote we should be humane and cut off her thumb

Then have people purple die thier finger during an election becuase voter fraud only happens in occupied countries

I say give her a choice, 8 years or a left thumb (first offense)



Tarshatha's picture

"There is not enough prison space to house all of the illegal and vote fraud felons."


You don't have to jail them all. Once the process of arrest, conviction and incarceration begins you will see a massive move towards self-deportation.

photonsoflight's picture

Fence and tents in the desert at the border building the wall will work.

photonsoflight's picture

Fence and tents in the desert at the border building the wall will work.

azusgm's picture

Actually, she did vote in a Republican primary.

Here's more of the story.


tankster's picture

Yeah, one down, three million to go.

HowardBeale's picture

The math: 60 million - 10 million = 50 million. That's the death knell for the "Democratic" party. 

A mother and her 4-year-old daughter are watching the history channel: The daughter asks: "Mommy, what is a Democrat? Is that like a dinosaur?"

Mommy: "Honey, we don't use words like that in this house."

Gnostech's picture

10 million is a conservative number. it's probably 3-4x that

TwelveOhOne's picture

There you go blaming the republicans again. /s  (re: conservative)

1980XLS's picture

She will be the next guest of honor @ a special Pizza party. 

Chris Dakota's picture
Chris Dakota (not verified) FatTony7915726 Feb 10, 2017 10:27 PM

Fuck you people.

you are here as an occupation.

Send her kids back too, plus her uncle.

BarkingCat's picture

They need to challenge the anchor baby interpretation of the 14th Amendment. 

NoPension's picture

My suspicion is, because it's been "too close to call" with the Supreme Court, neither side has run with the ball out of fear it won't go their way.

To me, the " under the jurisdiction thereof " part of the amendment clearly means under "official" sanction of the government.

Obviously....if an Ambassador from another country was stationed here, with his or her family....and had a child...why would that child not be an American citizen by birthright?
Because the child's parents are NOT under the jurisdiction of the United States. They are under the jurisdiction of their home country.
The same as an Illegal invader wetback job stealing border jumping fuck ( sorry) is not under US jurisdiction.

So fucking simple, even an asshole like ,say, Bill Maher could figure this out. But....I'd bet the ranch...the 9th circus could figure out a way to try and convince you the words you read, don't mean what you think they do..or even what they are intended to convey.

Stack the court...and get this decided and codified.

greenskeeper carl's picture

The court is in a difficult place. Even if trump gets gorsich in, he still has Kennedy and Roberts on the court. Kennedy is unreliable as hell, so you might as well count him on the left. Roberts gave a presentation of legal gymnastics unheard of in the past to put his stamp of approval on Obamacare. In order to think the court will actually rule based on the text of the constitution, you need at least two more judges replaced, in addition to the one up for nomination.