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Liberal Media Upset over Case of Mexican National who Committed Voter Fraud

Voter fraud is voter fraud, period. But, to the liberal media, if voter fraud isn’t widespread, it isn’t a major issue. Yet, the prosecution of Mexican national (an U.S. permanent resident) Rosa Maria Ortega to serve eight years in prison and then to be deported is being labeled as too vindictive and “harsh.” Washington Post made […]
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