2000Mules Texas Style: Newly Discovered Police Body Cam Footage Implicates Tarrant Co. Texas Democrat Officials in Ballot Harvesting.
You may remember Tarrant County from the 2020 election: it was a red county for 56 years until the COVID lockdowns and a massive push for the fraud-ridden universal mail-in ballot system. The Gateway Pundit reported on this back in November 2020. Tarrant County hired Heider Garcia, who obtained his engineering degree in Venezuela and worked for Smartmatic for 12 years, where he was an executive level employee. In 2010, Garcia was called “a son of a bitch” by Philippine Congressman Teodoro Locsin after “unforeseen” circumstances led to huge election discrepancies in the country.
But this story isn’t about him, however, it is about an accusation of a long time fraud perpetrated on the people in the jurisdiction he supervises. In October 2018, four women were arrested in a voter fraud ring in Fort Worth. According to the Star-Telegram:
“Members of an organized voter fraud ring have been arrested and indicted on charges they targeted and, in one case stole, the votes of elderly voters on Fort Worth’s north side…
These people allegedly were paid to target older voters on the north side ‘in a scheme to generate a large number of mail ballots and then harvest those ballots for specific candidates in 2016,’ the statement read.”
The Star-Telegram published a story about the man, Charles Jackson, in our footage back in 2018. He was arrested and indicted for “providing false information on a voting application.” As it turns out, he did a lot more than that, and according to his own admissions, it was at the behest of Stuart Clegg and Deborah Peoples.
The following footage was obtained through open records request in Fort Worth. It shows a conversation between Jackson and the officer that he had a conversation with previously in 2016. This engagement on January 3, 2020 was not an interrogation and Jackson was not being accused of a crime or detained for a crime. In fact, Jackson himself brings up their previous interaction and begins to tell him about the ballot harvesting. This is about as casual a conversation one could have with a police officer, so there is no concern that he was potentially trying to avoid any possible negative actions taken against him.
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Two years prior to the above engagement, Jackson was originally arrested for one count of “providing false information on a voting application” in Tarrant County. He was brought to an “investigation room” with “so many people in there.” He said he was “scared as hell”. Apparently, Clegg was also there and when he saw the Star-Telegram showed up, Clegg bonded Jackson out “real quick”.
Why is a campaign manager for the former county democratic party chair and candidate for Tarrant Co Judge bailing out a homeless man that was indicted on “a single charge of providing false information on a voting application”?
Jackson took a plea deal in April 2019 and was sentenced to 10 days time served despite facing 10 years with “enhancement” due to previous felonies. It is unclear if his listed attorney, Gerard Kardonsky, was a public defender at the time or, if not, who funded his attorney. According to the Ft Worth Star-Telegram, attorneys in the case could not comment after the hearing due to a gag
issue previously issued by State District Judge Scott Wisch. Jackson mentions a gag order as well in the footage:
“Stuart told me not to talk to them (Star-Telegram) and bonded me out and I got put on a gag order.”
During his conversation with the officer, Jackson claims that Peoples’ office “hasn’t lost a vote in 11 years…Every time somebody campaigns [with them] they win. 11 years.”
For the first time in 56 years, Tarrant County, Texas went “blue” in the 2020 election, the “safest, most secure election ever” as touted by the mockingbird media. While Peoples was serving as the TCDP Chairwoman, she was also one of the individuals who would have been tasked with ensuring these elections were “secure”. Now she is running for the highest elected office in Tarrant County: Tarrant County Judge.