What is being described as one of the biggest voter fraud investigations in Texas history is currently unfolding in Dallas.
For the past couple of months prosecutors in the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office have been looking into allegations of voter fraud. Their investigation accelerated last week when more criminal and voter fraud allegations stemming from the May 6 election emerged. The D.A.'s office last week filed a notice of investigation of criminal conduct which reads in part:
The Dallas County Elections Department has in excess of 700 "Mail-In Ballots" that are directly linked to applications assisted by "Jose Rodriguez," or are suspicious in nature.
Workers say the volume of complaints about questionable mail-in ballots has been “off the charts.”
“It’s totally frustrating,” said Dr. Pat Stephens of West Dallas. “You know, we all feel violated.”