by Frank Holmes, reporter
For years, Republicans have claimed that Democrats often bent — or outright broke — election laws to scare up votes.
A newly elected Democrat just admitted on national TV that part of his winning vote margin came from a cemetery… just as a national database recorded a nationwide epidemic of more than 1,400 cases of voter fraud.
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Maryland’s new Gov. Wes Moore, who is considered one of his party’s rising stars, confessed that his grandmother died five days before last November’s election… but she voted for the Democrat, anyway.
“I’m a grandmama’s boy,” Moore told “The View,” whose founder, Barbara Walters, recently passed away at the age of 93.
“My grandmother was born in Cuba, and then spent much of her life in Jamaica, and then immigrated to this country. And she taught in public schools for close to 40 years … and was one of my best friends,” Moore continued, turning emotional.
“One of the last pictures I have of her — in fact, it’s a picture that going to sit on my desk — was her voting. It was her filling out her ballot for her grandson,” he admitted. “And the reason why that’s just very, very meaningful to me is, she passed away five days before the election.”
In fact, the doctors probably had a strong indication she wouldn’t live to cast her ballot in person before Moore rushed her to vote by mail.
Incredibly, Moore inferred that God Himself intervened so that his dying grandmother could get her vote counted from beyond the grave.
“By that time, she was just so weak, she was not going to be able to make it to election night,” Moore continued. “And I’m convinced that she made a deal with God — that she said, ‘What do I have to do to watch him win?’ and that God told her, ‘Come home.’ And so, He gave her a front row seat.”
Although the cast of “The View,” including anti-Trump “Republican” member Alyssa Farah, moved the interview along without asking a follow-up question about Moore’s jaw-dropping admission, those who saw the footage exploded with outrage.
Maryland Governor-elect Wes Moore tells the story of how his grandmother voted by mail for him, then passed away five days before election day. pic.twitter.com/lxUfhdpeZQ
— Nicholas Fondacaro (@NickFondacaro) January 16, 2023
“What an unusual way of condemning vote by mail,” said a Twitter user.
This was not even the first time Wes Moore shared the story of Maryland election officials counting his dead relative’s vote.
“Words can’t convey how blessed I feel that my 95-year-old grandmother is here and able to cast her vote for me to become the next governor of the state of Maryland,” he wrote on social media last October 27.
On November 8, election day, Moore announced her death, several days earlier.
“Last week, I lost my grandmother. Her name was Winell Thomas and we called her Mama Win,” he said, repeating her immigration to the U.S. “She came here to build a life, and she ended up building a legacy”…his election to succeed Republican Governor Larry Hogan.
Moore didn’t mention that the vote she cast the previous month would be counted in his column.
Who else benefited from her ballot?
Presumably, Moore wasn’t the only Democrat she voted for.
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Records show she was not the only dead person to vote in an election, let alone committed voting fraud.
Words can't convey how blessed I feel that my 95-year-old grandmother is here and able to cast her vote for me to become the next governor of the state of Maryland.
Mama Win, I would not be here without you, I am so proud to be your grandson, and I stand on your shoulders. pic.twitter.com/bhH9Y9p4gK
— Wes Moore for Maryland Governor (@iamwesmoore) October 27, 2022
Last week, I lost my grandmother.
Her name was Winell Thomas and we called her Mama Win.
She was born in Cuba, and immigrated to this country from Jamaica. She taught public school for nearly 40 years. She came here to build a life, and she ended up building a legacy.
— Wes Moore for Maryland Governor (@iamwesmoore) November 9, 2022
The Heritage Foundation’s Election Fraud Database just announced it reached 1,412 cases of documented voter fraud nationwide… and some of them sound a lot like a twist on Mama Win’s vote.
During the 2020 election Larry Wiggins, who is a registered Democrat, asked the state of Florida for a mail-in ballot on behalf of his wife, who had been dead for two years. After forging her name on the request, he admitted he planned to fill it out and return it. He entered a “no contest” plea to one count of vote-by-mail fraud.
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Shortly after the 2020 presidential election, a grieving woman revealed that her grandmother, who died in early September, voted that November.
Her grandfather was “taken aback” to hear his wife had voted — indicating a likely illegal vote. “Somebody voted using her ID,” said her granddaughter, Tamara, who said her family is “still going through a grieving process” and now has to deal with “ballot fraud.”
@nvgop deleted this, but it had a tweet up saying, “A grieving family now has to deal with voter fraud- Tamara speaks emotionally about finding that someone voted using her deceased grandmother’s identity.” With the A+ video below pic.twitter.com/KXWAzD7K8T
— JDPON de Replay (@PETCOINTELPRO) November 6, 2020
Although Maryland is deep blue, voter fraud seems to predominate in swing states such as Florida and Arizona.
Dedrick De’ron Baldwin, who was already serving a 12-year sentence for manslaughter and aggravated battery, voted illegally in Florida’s 2020 Democratic primary and general election.
Heritage noted that a Victor Aguirre illegally voted in Arizona’s 2020 presidential election. Its list also includes three non-U.S. citizens who voted in prior elections in Ohio and Minnesota.
But none of the victors in those races bragged about winning based on the votes of the dead, the way Wes Moore did.
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Frank Holmes is a veteran journalist and an outspoken conservative that talks about the news that was in his weekly article, “On The Holmes Front.”