Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Evidence Corrupt Tarrant County Political Machine Steals Elections

Last night, along with Elsie Hotpepper and over 32,000 other people, some via live streaming video on Facebook, I watched the guy you see here, Aaron Harris, reveal shocking evidence he and his team of evidence seekers have uncovered of something most of us did not know was a thing.

Vote Harvesting.

Apparently Tarrant County has been victim of a world class election stealing operation operating pretty much on the organized crime model.

Someone, not yet identified, is the boss, as in Kingpin (or Queenpin) of this corrupt political machine. The boss has underlings who then oversee the gang of vote harvesters, who are just lackeys, likely not realizing they are part of a criminal conspiracy, just doing the vote harvesting to earn a buck or two.

Aaron Harris, and others, had their suspicions that something was not quite right with Tarrant County elections when the last Tarrant Regional Water District board election had results which defied common sense and logic, with over 10,000 absentee ballots, with those extra 10,000 votes giving the win to incumbents Jim Lane and Marty Leonard, with vote totals which far surpassed the previous record in a TRWD board election, that of legitimately elected board member, Mary Kelleher.

On May 10, 2015 I blogged about the fraudulent results of that TRWD board election in Tough Day For Democracy Transparency Fairness & Fighting Corruption In Texas.

At that point in time I thought the Election Fraud was so obvious that it would automatically trigger some sort of investigation.

I figured wrong.

It took Aaron Harris and his army of wrong righters to get the State of Texas, the FBI and the Justice Department to begin investigations into the systemic election corruption which permeates Tarrant County.

When I first got wind of the fact that something was finally going to be done about the Tarrant County Machine I blogged about it in Is The TRWD-Gate Scandal About To Blow Wide Open?

Comparing the Tarrant County Election Fraud Scheme to Watergate is very apropos.

The heart of the Watergate Scandal was summed up by the question "What did he know and when did he know it?"

The he in question was Richard Nixon. And the question was asking what did he know about the Watergate break-in and when did he know it ?

With the Tarrant County Political Machine Scandal I do not know who is in the Nixon role. I suspect whoever is in that role is in a position where that person will deny knowledge of the criminal conspiracy when the investigation finds its way to that person. Or persons.

Who gave the go ahead to harvest votes? Who benefited from the vote harvesting? And not just who benefited by getting elected, but who benefited in other ways, such as protecting their development scheme from blowing up by losing control of the Board which oversees their scheme.

Another Watergate element which is also very apropos is that advice which Deep Throat gave Woodward.

Follow the money.

Who paid to have the votes harvested? Who was the money then paid to? Where did the money come from?

Anyone have any idea who the Kingpin or Queenpin is of the Tarrant County Political Machine?

My guess is it is longtime TRWD board member, Marty Leonard.

Marty Leonard is deeply entrenched in the good ol' boy and girl network which runs Fort Worth in what is known as the Fort Worth Way. Marty Leonard seems to be a sweet lady of vintage, coyly clutching her pearls. But beneath that benevolent exterior I suspect an Angela Channing Dragon Lady lurks.

Okay, maybe the Queenpin is not Marty Leonard, but it has to be somebody. Political machines do not run their criminal conspiracies without a leader....


Landslide said...

Mail ballots skewed the 2006 water board election as well. The majority came from 6 precincts.

Anonymous said...

The 2 elections frequently referenced have been the TRWD Board election and Lon Burnam's State Representative loss. So, why has the slant of these reports been that it seems to be the Democrats harvesting votes? It seems that at least in the TRWD election, party was not the issue as much as it was conservative incumbents needing to maintain their majority. Not sure any of them are Democrats. The Stinchfield report was especially slanted. Has this become a Texas Voter ID Law validation instead of a local low voter turnout race vote manipulation?

moncorp1 said...

Kelleher was no saint either. She was in the hip pocket of Marty Bennett of Dallas.