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Two Democrats Charged With Election Fraud

via NJ Spotlight News

New Jersey Democrats, including Paterson City Council President Alex Mendez and Dr. Henrilynn Ibezim, are facing state election fraud charges related to voter registration and mail-in ballots.

Mendez is accused of collecting mail-in ballots, checking them for votes in his favor, destroying those that weren’t, and replacing them with fraudulent ballots.

He also allegedly tampered with witnesses and evidence. Ibezim is charged with bringing fake voter registration applications to the post office. (How a Faith-Based Gold Company Is Changing the Way Americans Protect Their Retirement)

Both defendants deny the charges.

“According to the attorney general’s office, Paterson City Council President Alex Mendez (D) is facing additional charges in a 2020 election fraud case, after having previously been charged in June 2020 and February 2021,” the outlet reported.

“On Wednesday, Platkin announced that new charges have been brought against Mendez and his associates regarding mail-in ballot election fraud, which occurred during the 2020 election that was mostly conducted by mail,” the report continued.

“Dr. Henrilynn Ibezim, who was a candidate for Plainfield mayor in 2021, has been charged with directing his associates to fill out blank voter registration applications and bringing nearly 1,000 of them to a post office,” the report added. (Trending: Democrat’s Disturbing Ties to Terrorism Exposed)

The attorney general’s office alleges that Mendez and his associates engaged in unlawful activities to gain an advantage in the election.

Ibezim “has been charged with election fraud and other crimes after allegedly bringing a trash bag stuffed with” 954 fake “voter registration applications to the post office to mail them to the Union County Commissioner of Registration,” according to the attorney general’s office.

“This is unfair. They rushed to charge me four years ago, and when they knew those charges weren’t working and were going nowhere, they charge me with something else,” Mendez said last week, according to

“I’m looking forward to my day in court,” he added. “I’m fighting this to the end.”

Thomas Eicher, the executive director of the attorney general’s Office of Public Integrity and Accountability, responded: “We allege that Mendez and his associates unlawfully collected ballots and tampered with ballots to give him an unfair edge in the race for the 3rd Ward seat on the Paterson City Council. He then allegedly set about undermining our investigation into his and his campaign workers’ unlawful activities.”

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