Two people have been arrested and one will plead soon guilty to trafficking ballots in Yuma County, Arizona during the 2020 election. This was a direct result of the outstanding work that Dinesh D’Souza and True the Vote did with their documentary film ‘2,000 Mules.’
It happened that quickly, because someone in law enforcement finally chose to act. So many institutions have failed us completely since the 2020 election, but the Yuma County Sheriff’s Office was not one of them. The film was only widely released to the public in May, and already people are going to jail for their roles in the conspiracy. Imagine what would be happening if there were more ethical law enforcement officers in the country like the Yuma County Sheriff.
Guillermina Fuentes is the former mayor of San Luis, Arizona, which is located in Yuma County. She’s also a current school board member in the town. Fuentes was arrested by Yuma County Sheriff’s deputies and charged with felony forgery, felony conspiracy, and two counts of felony ballot abuse. Fuentes is basically accused of being one of the ballot traffickers who handed off ballots to the 2,000 ‘mules’ that resulted in the stolen 2020 election.
She was going to plead “Not Guilty” during a hearing back on May 12th. But then ‘2,000 Mules’ was released. We won’t give any spoilers in case you haven’t seen the film yet. And you SHOULD see it. The documentary is great. Anyway, after the release of the film, Fuentes decided to change her plea to “Guilty.” That will happen at a hearing on June 2nd.
And when that happens, it will make Fuentes the second person to go to jail in Yuma County for playing a role in the theft of the 2020 election from the voters. The first person was a co-conspirator of Fuentes’ named Alma Yadira Juarez.
While Fuentes is accused of being one of the ballot traffickers in the film, Juarez was one of the “mules.” She was arrested for her role in stuffing ballots in the drop boxes that were provided by Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and other Democrat Party NGOs. She pleaded guilty and explained to sheriff’s deputies that Fuentes was the one who provided her with stolen ballots.
That’s two convictions in less than a month after ‘2,000 Mules’ was released – and it looks like more arrests will be happening very soon.
Sheriff’s deputies raided the offices of a non-profit in San Luis called Comité de Bien Estar (the “Welfare Committee” in English). A guy named Tony Reyes is the Executive Director of Comité de Bien Estar, and he’s also a member of the Yuma County Board of Supervisors.
Comité de Bien Estar was the non-profit that was involved a couple of weeks ago when it was reported that a swarm of law enforcement had surrounded it. Deputies seized electronic devices, documents and other materials from the office. They also searched the home of a woman named Gloria Torres. Deputies picked Torres up at the office and drove her to her home, where they executed a second search warrant.
Multiple people have confirmed that this is all directly related to the conspiracy outlined in ‘2,000 Mules.’ Although no arrests have been made in this incident, it looks like big things are happening.
Patriotic citizens in San Luis have launched a recall petition to try to kick Tony Reyes off the County Board of Supervisors. They have until September to gather enough signatures to hold a recall vote. The petition organizers gathered 20% of the necessary signatures in just the first few days, so it looks like the Reyes recall will happen. That’s assuming that he does not resign if he ends up being accused of committing an election-related crime (or crimes).
The co-conspirators are already squealing on each other, and it is glorious! True the Vote says there are major developments that will be coming soon, because the trafficking that took place in Arizona was part of a multi-state conspiracy. Man, do we all hope that is true!
The Democrat Party has gotten far too complacent and entitled when it comes to cheating in elections. They know they can’t win “fair and square,” and they became so brazen in 2020 that they deserve everything that’s coming to them. I can’t wait.