Got Caught: Democrat Sherriff Wins by Fraudulent Votes…

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Judge Declares Tight Louisiana Parish Sheriff Election Void Due to Voter Fraud

Caddo Parish, Louisiana – In a stunning turn of events, a judge has ruled that the highly contested election for Caddo Parish sheriff between Democrat Henry Whitehorn and Republican John Nickelson has been declared void due to voter fraud. The decision comes after an extensive legal battle and recount process.

The race for the Caddo Parish sheriff’s office was exceptionally close, with Democrat Henry Whitehorn initially declared the winner by just one vote after the November election, which saw over 43,000 ballots cast. In response to the razor-thin margin, a recount was ordered, which uncovered three additional votes for each candidate, ultimately reaffirming Whitehorn’s victory.

However, the outcome was swiftly contested when Republican candidate John Nickelson filed a lawsuit alleging that the recount was conducted too quickly and could not have been accurate. Additionally, allegations of voter fraud emerged, including instances of individuals voting twice, discrepancies in mail-in ballots, and invalid votes.

Retired Louisiana Supreme Court Justice E. Joseph Bleich was appointed to preside over the case after four judges recused themselves due to their friendships with Nickelson. After a thorough examination of the evidence, Bleich declared the election result void on Tuesday, citing the presence of at least 11 illegal votes that were cast and counted.

Bleich’s ruling stated, “This runoff election involved a one-vote margin. It was proven beyond any doubt that there were at least 11 illegal votes cast and counted. It is legally impossible to know what the true vote should have been.”

As a result of the ruling, a new runoff election has been scheduled, leaving both candidates and their supporters divided over the decision. Whitehorn expressed disappointment, stating, “The judiciary should not decide elections.” He and his team have appealed Bleich’s decision to the second circuit court of appeal and have indicated they are prepared to take the case to the state Supreme Court if necessary.

Whitehorn questioned the ruling, suggesting that it seemed the rules of the game were being applied differently depending on the candidates, stating, “I won the sheriff’s race, not once, but twice. My opponent conveniently chose to question the integrity of the election only after he lost, not once, but twice. In elections, you should not be given a redo simply because you are unhappy with the results.”

In contrast, Nickelson welcomed the judge’s decision as a “victory for election integrity” and expressed his readiness for the upcoming runoff, which is scheduled for March. The Caddo Parish community now eagerly awaits the outcome of the new election, hoping for a fair and accurate representation of their choice for sheriff.

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3 Replies to “Got Caught: Democrat Sherriff Wins by Fraudulent Votes…

  1. WOW, FINALLY JUDGE DOES THE RIGHT THING. ILLEGAL VOTING IS AGAINST THE LAW. NOW WILL THE JUDGE ACT ON THE LAW AND FIND THE PEOPLE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CORRUPT VOTING. ALSO IF THIS LAW IS GOING TO BE ENFORCED, HOPEFULLY THE 2024 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS WILL BE FAIR AND HONEST. LAW BREAKERS NEED TO BE PUNISHED AND SEN’T TO PRISON. AMERICAN VOTERS HAVE TOO WAIT AND SEE.
    BOBBY ~!~

  2. The one candidate said in effect, “I illegally won the election twice, so my opponent should just concede. Why not have a legal election to choose the winner?

  3. The Constitution states that the second Tuesday of November is election day. Show up at the polls and cast your vote. One person, one vote. Be a citizen and a registered voter. All of this “early voting”, voting by mail is just to make it easier to cheat. If a person is too lazy to get up and go to the polls on election day then they have given up one of the greatest freedoms that free people have. We need to absolutely obey the Constitution of the United States.

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