Earlier this month, a Democratic judge in Connecticut overturned the result of the Democrat mayoral primary in Bridgeport.
Judge William Clark of the Superior Court has mandated a fresh election, citing significant video evidence of election fraud as the basis for his decision.
This ruling carries far-reaching implications, not only for Bridgeport but for the entire nation, setting a precedent for current and future cases related to mail-in ballot fraud.
As previously reported, John Gomes’ mayoral campaign released a damning video, providing evidence of election fraud in the Bridgeport Democratic primary. This video prompted an investigation by the Bridgeport Police Department into “possible misconduct.”
The video, posted on Gomes’ campaign Facebook page, reveals a woman depositing stacks of absentee ballots into a ballot box outside the Bridgeport government center, where the city’s Registrar of Voters office is located.
The Gomes campaign identified the woman in the video as Wanda Geter-Pataky, Vice Chairwoman of the Democratic Town Clerk and a vocal supporter of Mayor Joe Ganim, who is running for reelection.
According to Gomes’ campaign, the video suggests that Geter-Pataky dropped off stacks of absentee ballots before the September 12th primary.
“Video surveillance proves that the mayoral election was unequivocally stolen through corruption within City Hall by tampering with absentee ballots,” John Gomes said on his Facebook page. “This is an undeniable act of voter suppression and a significant civil rights violation. It’s time to restore lasting credibility to our city’s democracy. Once and for all. Enough is enough!” he added.
Now, a second Democrat is under investigation in Bridgeport for attempting to manipulate an election. Police in Bridgeport, Connecticut, are looking into Council member Maria Pereira for entering the home of an elderly resident in public housing and searching for her absentee ballot in the mail.
According to the CTPost, Jillian Baldwin, the executive director of Park City Communities, stated that the management “received a formal complaint from a concerned family member regarding the unauthorized entry into one of our elderly residents’ units.”
Baldwin mentioned receiving pictures of the individual inside the apartment, which were forwarded to the “appropriate authorities.”
Maria claims she was helping an elderly friend, but the senior citizen reported her.
Jesse Waters reported that, based on an affidavit, Maria harassed voters at their doors, collected ballots, made threats, and even deceived people into revoking their votes. It’s the same playbook Wanda used.
Maria was losing her city council race until the absentee ballots were counted. With the absentee ballots, she won by 21 votes.
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