Given That President-elect Joe Biden was considered the winner of the 2020 election in November, numerous accusations of voter fraud have been made by President Donald Trump, along with his supporting citizens and other politicians.
One of the attempts to overturn the results of the election was made in December by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton. He filed a lawsuit in the U.S. Supreme Court to toss out arise from Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin due to the fact that, according to Paxton’s news release, “The battlefield states flooded their people with illegal tally applications and ballots while disregarding statutory requirements regarding how they were gotten, examined and counted.”
The fit was declined by the Supreme Court because it did not have standing.
On January 13, Paxton’s office published another news release stating that a woman from San Antonio was arrested for “election scams, illegal voting, unlawfully assisting people voting by mail, and unlawfully having an official ballot.”
Now, individuals on social media are making claims about whom the lady, recognized as Raquel Rodriguez, was working for.
Multiple people on Twitter have actually claimed that Rodriguez was allegedly committing election fraud on behalf of Biden. One poster is Alexander Muse, author of the yet-to-be-released book, ” Deplatformed: The Conservative Survival Guide.”
The San Antonio Express-News also reported that Rodriguez was a volunteer for Republican congressional prospect Mauro Garza, who challenged Representative Joaquin Castro (D-Texas) and lost.
Now, Rodriguez is being examined for a variety of kinds of voter fraud, including vote harvesting, which is when a third party gathers absentee ballots from voters’ houses and drops them off at a ballot place or election office.
There is no evidence that Raquel Rodriguez has any affiliation to President-elect Biden or that she was devoting citizen fraud on behalf of Biden.