While the Democrats are looking ahead at the 2022 midterm election and the highly anticipated 2024 Presidential election, many Americans are still focused on the 2020 election and how Joe Biden garnered more ‘ballots’ than any other President in history. There is no denying the political power behind former President Donald Trump and his followers. In 2016, Trump not only beat Hillary Clinton but he also exposed the mainstream media for promoting narratives over facts. And thanks to the recent film “2000 Mules”, the once-theory of election fraud is becoming a fact as the filmmakers used cell phone data to map out the election and how numerous drop boxes were visited by the same people on more than one occasion. Not only that, but the film also helped solve a shooting in the process.
On top of detailing how the election was stolen, a Yuma County School Board member, Guillermina Fuentes, will appear in court to supposedly plead guilty to ballot trafficking crimes she committed during the 2020 election. It should be noted that the same accusation in 2000 Mules presented was the same crime Fuentes is being charged with. Although pleading guilty to the crime, Gary Snyder, who is currently seeking a seat in the Arizona State Senate, wasn’t thrilled about the announcement. Take a look.
Having been the one to catch her, Snyder, who used an undercover camera to expose Fuentes, admitted, “So instead of going to trial and saying ‘not guilty,’ the plea itself has changed. She took the plea bargain for the Attorney General, and now officially, on June 2, which is this upcoming Thursday, she’ll be in trial just to say, ‘I plead guilty. I take the plea.'”
Detailing how Fuentes is basically getting away with helping steal an election, Snyder added, “She had a year and a half of high paid high crimes lawyers out of Phoenix. So, she had a total of three lawyers, plus a local one, all paid by the DNC, but when the 2000 Mules came out, it kind of just broke the DNC. So, 2000 Mules, True The Vote, They put a lot of pressure on elected officials, a lot of law enforcement that weren’t willing to stick up, and it counts.”
Surprisingly, Fuentes is still on the Gadsden Elementary School Board even with the indictment. Her daughter, Lizeth Esparza, recently became a Superintendent for the district due to the board.
With both Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips investigating the election, Engelbrecht noted, “18 months ago, we knew that when the full story was told about Yuma, Arizona, it would reveal systematic, systemic, ballot trafficking with connections that spread nationwide. It’s now happening, thankfully, with law enforcement fully engaged. Much more remains to be revealed in the days ahead.”