We consistently hear the lie that we have the ‘safest most secure’ elections in the world.
Leftists love to peddle the claim that widespread voter fraud doesn’t exist, and that we don’t have systemic issues—things fundamentally wrong with how our system runs.
This particular story epitomizes everything we talk about when it comes to election integrity.
According to Philadelphia Magazine, Marie Beren, a former staffer for Mark Squilla, engaged in a voter fraud scheme lasting roughly 4 years from 2015-2019……
She allegedly cast fraudulent ballots at all levels of government….
I don’t know about you, but the case of Marie Beren is pretty much a case study in “widespread” voter fraud.
Take a look:
According to Philadelphia magazine, Marie Beren, 67, faces federal charges for participating in a voter fraud scheme from 2015-2019. The outlet said Beren faces four charges related to voter fraud, one of which is conspiracy. https://t.co/4ZLGoSmxPQ
— ❦♫ ɱơɩɩıɛ ♫❦ (@mollie_don) October 14, 2021
— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) October 14, 2021
Philadelphia Magazine broke the story:
Williams charged Beren, a staffer for Philadelphia City Councilmember Mark Squilla, with four counts of voter fraud and related offenses, including conspiracy.
According to prosecutors, the conspiracy involved Beren and an individual currently identified in the complaint only as Consultant #1, who is described as a former elected official who “held himself out as an effective and successful political operative capable of ensuring his clients’ electoral success.” (The consultant is reportedly Ozzie Myers, the former Philly pol with a very storied and problematic history.)
— MissMAGA2016 (@MissMaga2016) October 13, 2021
Prosecutors say Marie Beren, who is no longer with Squilla’s office, used her role as a de facto judge of elections in three South Philly voting divisions to cast fraudulent votes for candidates at all levels of government.
— FRAUD (@phsjr1) October 13, 2021
Western Journal had more:
Prosecutors said Beren and an unidentified “consultant” were involved in the voter fraud conspiracy. The complaint alleges the consultant “exercised influence and control in Philadelphia’s 39th Ward by distributing cash payments and supporting family, friends and allies for elective office in the 39th Ward, and installing Ward Leaders, Judges of Elections, and Democratic State Committee.”
Prosecutors said that around 1984, this consultant “installed” Beren to the committee for the Democratic Party in the 39th Ward of Philadelphia. In 1988, the consultant helped Beren become the judge of elections for the second district in the 39th Ward.