VIDEO: Project Veritas exposed massive election fraud in Texas by a ballot chaser who has "Judges in her pocket"
The video made by Project Veritas shows that election fraud is not a myth and it can even shock with the scale of people involved.
The video was made weeks ahead Election Day and shows an illegal election activity in San Antonia, Texas conducted by Raquel Rodriguez. And the recent independent journalistic investigation by Project Veritas revealed even more corruption in the elections in the state.
“I'm getting the Biden vote out, but I mean, I'm not going to do it for Free,” Rodriguez said.
Rodriguez, who is a consultant for GOP House candidate Mauro Garza, is a ballot chaser exposed by Project Veritas.
“Raquel Rodriguez was recorded with hidden camera explaining how she and her confederates pressure and reward targeted voters in order to meet the vote totals campaigns and candidates have contracted them to meet,” said James O’Keefe, the founder and CEO of Project Veritas.
“Raquel Rodriguez boasts about all the other political power brokers who are in her pocket and she told our journalists she has already brought in 7,000 votes,” he said.
Undercover journalist of Veritas exposed more corruption and managed to record the telephone talk to Rodriguez in which she discussed how much money it will cost for her to help get the votes.
“How much money are we talking? Because just so you’ll know when you sell, when you do things like this for votes you’re talking between $5 and $8 per vote… And I’m going to bring 3,500 (votes).”
Then Rodrigues explains how her simple corrupting scheme is built and that she is acting not alone. She says that she has four judges and other legislators “in her pocket.” The judges who paid her to be elected and Rodriguez egged the voters to vote.
“So between you and me, I’ve got four judges that are calling me right now. They’re like, we want to be a part of this group. So, if we pay you $3,500 each…”
She calls two of those local judges by names and they are Renee Yanta, Nicole Garza. Yanta called Rodriguez for help when she was runnig for reelection.
"She said, 'Well Raquel, I need help' and I said, 'well, I'll help you But now she's out $2,000... But Renee (Yanta), if she wins, we're going to need her. She's the Chief Justice..."
To see more watch the full video of the exposure.