In a recent local Mississippi race, a judge found such massive fraud with absentee ballots that he ruled for a do-over of the entire election, and he had a woman, who acted as a notary for absentee ballots, arrested for fraud. A Mississippi judge ruled in favor of a new election following overwhelming evidence of mail-in ballot fraud, the National Pulse reported. “In the sixty-four-page order, Judge Jeff Weill not only calls for a new election but also finds evidence of fraud and criminal activity, in how absentee ballots were handled, how votes were counted, and the actions by some at the polling place,” reported in their story about the case.A TINY LITTLE ELECTION – HUGE VALIDATION OF COURT POWERS

An election contest was filed last July on behalf of Robert Devaull against Nicholas Holliday, who was certified as the Ward 1 alderman race winner. Devaull received 44 percent of the vote, compared to Holliday’s 56 percent in the June 16, 2020 Democratic run-off.

In his ruling, the judge said that sixty-six of eighty-four absentee ballots cast in the June runoff were not valid and should never have been counted. Nicholas Holliday was declared the winner by a 37 vote margin. Robert Devaull challenged the results in court.

The story is sure to get some notice because of the absentee ballots’ irregularities, which was a problem for the 2020 Presidential election in numerous states.

“Judge Weill found many irregularities with absentee ballots. He issued a bench warrant for notary Dallas Jones, who notarized absentee ballots. During a hearing, Jones admitted violating notary duties,” local news reported.

The filing also stated testimony from a second notary public, Lu Stephens, was not believable.


“When you have an absentee ballot, there’s an envelope, you vote, fold the ballot, put it in an envelope, lick the flap, sign across the flap, then notary signs your election certificate; she testified that she didn’t sign in front of anybody, didn’t see anybody sign it, she just notarized it, just stamped them,” said Lydia Quarles, attorney for Robert Devaull.

The judge found that 83 regular ballots were counted without being initialed by election workers.

Judge Weill also said there was clear evidence of voter intimidation and harassment at the polling place on election day. State law says candidates and supporters must stay at least 150 feet away from the polling place. In his ruling, the judge said Holliday, along with Police Chief Henry Randle, and former Mayor Maurice Howard acted as if they were above the law, repeatedly violating criminal statutes.

Devaull is hopeful the judge’s order for a new election will mean a fair contest for the Ward 1 seat. Hopefully, the new election will not have 78% of ballots cast illegally, like in the last race.

The story of a small local Mississippi race happens as the US Supreme Court is hearing arguments against expanding absentee voting in the state of Arizona because of the damage that unfettered absentee ballots have on fair elections.

It is noteworthy that these claims about absentee ballots corrupting elections match exactly the claims that other states made about the 2020 Presidential election in numerous states,  which were never really investigated.