Two men in Yuma County, Arizona, Gary Snyder and David Lara, busted a local ballot trafficking operation using undercover cameras during the 2020 Primary Election.
Lara and Snyder recorded and photographed ballot traffickers stuffing ballot boxes on the day of the August 4th, 2020, Primary Election.
The evidence was presented to the Arizona Attorney General, resulting in a guilty plea by Alma Yadira Juarez. Guillermina Fuentes, who serves on the San Luis School District Board, faces four felony charges. Juarez admitted to prosecutors that Fuentes, 65 gave her the ballots.
The Gateway Pundit reported on this case back in March.
This evidence was presented to Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich in August 2020, before the stolen 2020 election, but he chose to do nothing about it. “They could have stopped this,” said David.
David Lara, Gary Snyder, and whistleblowers from Yuma County will be featured in Dinesh D’Souza’s upcoming documentary, 2000 Mules. The movie is set to expose the nationwide ballot trafficking operation that stole the 2020 Presidential Election from Donald Trump.
The Gateway Pundit spoke to Lara for an exclusive interview on the ballot “cartel” that has stolen elections in Arizona for decades. David said he has been investigating the professional criminal organization for 22 years!
David Lara: I didn’t want to be seen because these people know me very well. And I told him [Gary Snyder] what he was going to witness, what he was going to see. He was going to see the handling of ballots, people walking in with 2, 3, 5, 10, or different amounts. He was going to see the ballot harvesting. He was going to see what was happening, how they’re trickled into the polls. So I told him to very, very carefully watch, watch what was going to happen, how it was going to happen, and to take as many pictures and videos as possible. Now, I’m not going to get very detailed into this because this case is still open, and we still have until May 12, which hopefully it will be over by then. At about eight o’clock in the morning that day. I wasn’t there. Of course, that’s when I stepped away. He started to send me videos and pictures of what was happening, which was no surprise to me, but it was to him since it was his first election.
Immediately I notified the county recorder of what was happening, and throughout the day, I was sending evidence, videos, and pictures of what was happening throughout the day at the polls. Now, San Luis has two polling places, which is the cultural center and the library. They’re not too far apart. The library, which is controlled by the county, is a county property. The cameras were on in the parking lot, surveillance cameras. And that’s where also the Dropbox is at. The cultural center belongs to the city. The city gave the order to turn off all cameras in the parking lot, so that’s where you would see most of what was caught on camera. The evidence was submitted to the County, and the County then forwarded it to the Attorney General.
It was several weeks where the Attorney General called me over the phone. We’ve never met in person, just over the phone, and he asked me questions as to how much I knew about the ballot harvesting. Exactly how it worked, who was involved, who’s been doing it, how they’ve been doing it. And I gave him all the information. I gave him all the information, 22 years worth of information, and I explained that ballot harvesting is very intricate and it is a professional criminal organization. These are not amateurs. These are people that have been doing it for many, many years. It is well structured, and it is like I’ve said before, Rudy Giuliani would have been perfect for this investigation because it mirrors the mafia, the Italian mafia in New York. It has ranks. It has different levels of infrastructure. They have different levels of authority, and it trickles all the way up to the top, and when I say all the way to the top, I’m talking about state and federal levels. The grassroots, which are the people that I call, it’s like a trail, you could say. They will pick up the ballots, and then they’ll pass it on to the next person who has a greater amount of ballots and so forth. And the reason they do this is in case somebody gets caught, then they’re caught with a small amount of ballots, which makes it an amount that would not sway the election either way. So, they’re very precise, and that’s why I’ve always said this is a cartel. This is run exactly the way cartels and drug dealers distribute drugs in a community.
Now, this information when it was handed over to the Attorney General, and like I said, I spent several months actually going back and forth with them. The Attorney General did not file the charges until December. The question that I had with the Attorney General was, why did they wait until after the general election? Their response was, we wanted to compare the fraud in the primary compared to the fraud in the General, which tells me that they could have stopped this. They could have stopped the theft, at least in the state of Arizona, and I really think Trump would not have lost because out of San Luis, just a small community in San Luis: 40,000. You have an easy minimum of 2,000 harvested ballots fraudulent ballots that can be proven. I mean, there’s more than that.
Mark Brnovich recently released a report on his 2020 election investigation where he stated that individuals will be prosecuted for various 2020 election crimes. Still, he failed to mention any crimes committed by the Arizona ballot cartel. Dinesh D’Souza’s upcoming documentary, 2000 Mules, will expose this election-changing evidence.
Mark Brnovich was handed this evidence before the 2020 General Election. Why did Mark Brnovich allow the election to be stolen?
Contact Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich to demand immediate arrests.