California Election Fraud Is In Full Swing


More than 300 gubernatorial recall ballots were recovered by police while they were checking on a man at a convenience store in Torrance who ended up having a loaded weapon, a police official said on Monday, Aug. 23. The ballots were discovered in the back seat of a vehicle while officers were checking on a man at the request of a caller who said he was passed out in the driver’s seat in a 7-Eleven parking lot on Emerald Street at around 10:45 p.m. on Aug. 16, Torrance Sgt. Mark Ponegalek said.


Officers also found the loaded firearm, drugs, and driver’s licenses and credit cards in other peoples’ names, police said. The man, a felon, was arrested on suspicion of illegal possession of a firearm, illegal narcotics and stolen property and identity theft. He had not yet been charged in this case.


The ballots were believed to have been stolen prior to getting sent to their intended recipients, Sgt. Ponegalek said. There were other pieces of mail also found with the ballots. The man’s motive for taking the ballots was unclear.



The ballots were being held in the Police Department’s evidence room. Investigators were working with other law enforcement agencies, as well as county election officials to get ballots to their intended recipients, Ponegalek said. The Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk’s Office was working with Torrance police to get images of each envelope so each person’s ballot can be sent, agency spokesman Mike Sanchez said.


Recently, a pair of suspects stole mail from an apartment complex in Valley Village, he said, and that theft included some elections ballots. Voters can check on the status of their ballot, or request to be re-sent their ballot, at The Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk’s Office sent its evidence to the District Attorney’s Office.


I've been saying since Nov. of 2020 that the US Postal Service was involved in the stealing of the Presidential election, and was kicked off several SM platforms for saying it.  The extent of their involvement is unknown, but I suspect these kinds of videos are going to be showing up all over the place.

Apparently they have gotten more lax, because this video is all over Twitter and Instagram.  However, good luck finding ANYTHING pertaining US election fraud on it via Google.  They scrub all evidence daily.  BTW, I suspect very large (left leaning) banks and financial institutions are involved in sleazy political shenanigans as well (*cough ... Citibank ... *cough).