Voter Fraud Leads to Reversal in California Election


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Voter Fraud is something most people accept at this point in America. Discovering that our electoral system and our politicians are really no different than what is found in any third-world nation around us has been disheartening, to say the least- but allowing the Marxist left to have massive power and control over our Republic was always going to be a nightmare for people.

Many of us predicted the calamity that we currently face.

It just seems weird that there is so little uprising- or legal remedy to correct the fraud.

Here is one story where voter fraud was reversed quickly, and surprisingly it happened in California- the state that seems to be the most accepting of fraud.

Go figure!

“Compton Will Get a New Councilman After Election Rigging Scandal. On Friday, a judge ruled that Councilman Isaac Galvan rigged votes to secure his win in the June 2021 municipal election. On Tuesday, he will be replaced by his opponent,” LA Magazine reported.

Conservative Brief reported on a recent LA Times story about the overturning:

An election in arguably the most liberal state in America has been overturned after evidence of voter fraud.

A 2021 election to the Compton, California city council has been overturned after the winning candidate has been charged with voter fraud and bribery.

Compton City Council member Isaac Galvin, who appeared to win his seat by one vote, was arrested last year, along with five other people, and charged with conspiracy to commit election fraud.

A judge ruled that Galvin will be replaced by his challenger, Andre Spicer after four of the votes in the election were invalid because they were cast by people who did not live in the district.

Spicer ran as a people’s candidate.

“I have been in district two my entire life. We have not seen the representations we need here. It is time for us to make a change.

I have been in media for a while, and I don’t like how Compton is represented because it is disheartening to the community and the youth so I want to make changes.

People expect me to have some affiliation with gangs when I say where I am from,” Spicer said about the infamous Compton, which has a reputation from gangster rappers for something that is different than what Spicer says.

The Los Angeles Times reported:

The municipal contest drew attention in August when the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office charged Galvan with election rigging and bribery.

Prosecutors alleged that Galvan conspired with primary opponent Jace Dawson to direct voters from outside the council district to cast ballots for Galvan in the June runoff against Spicer.

Galvan was also accused of trying to bribe an election official with concert tickets, according to the criminal complaint. The official immediately reported the attempt, according to Dean Logan, the county’s top elections official.

Dawson, Kimberly Chaouch, Toni Sanae Morris, Barry Kirk Reed, and Reginald Orlando Streeter were charged with two counts each of conspiracy to commit election fraud last summer.

When she ruled on Spicer’s election challenge Friday, Court found that Chaouch, Morris, Streeter, and a man named Jordan Farr Jefferson all voted in the runoff between Spicer and Galvan despite not living in the Compton City Council’s second district.

Chaouch, Morris, Streeter, and Jefferson all listed Dawson’s address in Compton as their home when registering to vote in the race, according to the 10-page ruling.

Less than a week after the race, Chaouch admitted on a recorded line that she actually lived in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles and that Dawson had her register to vote from his address.

“There’s a couple more that are using his personal address as well,” she said, according to the judge’s ruling. “Jace is the only person that lives there.”

“Federal investigators served a search warrant at Galvan’s home in November 2020 as part of an investigation into marijuana licensing practices in Baldwin Park. The search came months after a former Baldwin Park police officer signed a sworn statement that he’d received complaints from three cannabis dispensary operators alleging questionable business practices, which included paying as much as $250,000 cash in a brown paper bag to city officials,” the LA Times reported.

“And just last week, an aide to the councilman was arrested in connection with what authorities said is a murder in Downey. David Blake Jr., the son of Compton rapper and producer DJ Quik, was taken into custody after 33-year-old Julio Cardoza was shot in the chest after a fight in the 13200 block of Carfax Avenue on Wednesday,” the report added.

“I am excited, thrilled, and relieved that Judge Michelle Williams ruled in my favor,” Spicer said in a statement to ABC7. “We have work so hard and tirelessly to prove our case and represent for a community who needed it the most. Today is a new beginning for not only myself but 25,000 residents that have been pleading for change.”

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