It was called a “conspiracy theory” in the 2024 election. But it is apparently “conspiracy reality” when it comes to four recent elections.

Democratic candidates in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New Jersey are confronted with a multitude of election fraud allegations, two of which pertain to the current electoral cycle and two more to previous elections.

A Connecticut state court has ruled that a new primary election must be held in the wake of alleged election fraud; Democrats in New Jersey and Massachusetts are also accused of or charged with election fraud.

In Connecticut, Bridgeport Superior Court Judge William Clark last week vacated the outcomes of a Democratic mayoral primary and mandated a new election on Wednesday.

WNPR Connecticut Public Radio reports that the judge rendered the decision in response to an online video purportedly showing an advocate of incumbent Democratic Mayor Joe Ganim stuffing bundles of papers into a ballot drop box.

The mayoral general election was scheduled for November 7. The Associated Press reported that the judge instructed attorneys to collaborate with city and state election officials for ten days in order to identify a prospective date for the new election, although no new primary date has been established.

Judge Clark ruled that the allegations of alleged malfeasance were adequate grounds to nullify the outcomes of the primary election held on September 12. In that election, incumbent Ganim emerged victorious by 251 votes out of 8,173 that were cast. According to WNPR Connecticut Public Radio, Ganim’s margin of victory was further strengthened by absentee ballots. “The videos are shocking to the court and should be shocking to all parties,” stated Judge Clark.

Meanwhile, a Democratic mayoral candidate is accused of bribing Massachusetts residents to cast their ballots.

The Republican, a local news outlet, reports that election officials for the city of Springfield stated they observed electors being escorted to city hall for early voting and that at least some of them expected to receive cash after supporting Democratic candidate Justin Hurst.

Additionally, video footage has surfaced depicting an individual affiliated with Hurst’s campaign purportedly distributing cash to voters over the weekend.

Additionally, The Republican reports that city officials assert in sworn affidavits that voter fraud occurred through the distribution of $10 bills, which was captured on surveillance footage.

Hurst refuted every allegation prior to Tuesday’s election day. “Any accusations that my team paid residents in exchange for their vote is unequivocally false,” he said, according to Western Mass News.

Furthermore, he commented on the video showing an individual apparently giving out cash to voters.

“That gentleman has volunteered on many campaigns,” Hurst remarked. “That particular gentleman has spent more time in prison than he spent out, but he is a good man and he’s the individuals I’m fighting for in the city of Springfield. We’re running an election that is inclusive.”

Western Mass News was informed by the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Massachusetts that they were unable to affirm or deny whether an investigation was underway; however, no charges have been filed as of yet.

In contrast to Massachusetts, charges against two Democrats have been announced in New Jersey election fraud investigations.

The office of state Attorney General Matthew Platkin revealed in October charges of election fraud pertaining to mail-in ballots and voter registrations for the 2020 and 2021 elections in two separate municipalities.

Alex Mendez (D), president of the Paterson City Council, is reportedly confronted with further accusations in a case involving election fraud in 2020, as stated by the attorney general’s office. Mendez was previously charged in June 2020 and February 2021.

Platkin made a public statement last month regarding the emergence of fresh accusations against Mendez and his associates in connection with mail-in ballot election fraud that transpired throughout the predominantly mail-in 2020 election.

The attorney general’s office claims that prior to the May 2020 election, during which Mendez was competing for city council, he unlawfully collected a large number of mail-in ballots from households over the course of several days. Although a “bearer” is authorized by New Jersey law to return a voter’s completed ballot, candidates are not permitted to collect and return ballots for voters in the district in which they are competing.

As per the statement from Platkin’s office, Mendez’s campaign purportedly gathered unsigned ballots from electors and scrutinized them at the campaign headquarters to ascertain whether they had been cast in support of Mendez. Reportedly, ballots that were not submitted in support of Mendez were disposed of and substituted with ballots in his favor. Allegedly, the replacement ballots were pilfered from the mailboxes of electors.

Mendez stated in response to the allegations that were levied after their release, “This is unjust. They hurried to charge me four years ago, and when they realized those charges were futile and not progressing in the desired direction, they re-charged me.

He expanded, “I am eagerly anticipating my appearance in court.” “I am determined to see this through to its conclusion.”

The request for comment from Mendez’s legal counsel concerning the city council president’s confession or trial date was not received immediately.

A month ago, an additional Democratic candidate in New Jersey was additionally accused of election fraud.

The state attorney general has made an official statement regarding the charge of “election fraud and other crimes” against Dr. Henrilynn Ibezim, a 2021 candidate for mayor of Plainfield. The AG further asserts that Ibezim instructed his associates to complete and deliver to a post office approximately 1,000 blank voter registration applications.

Ibezim was defeated in the June 2021 primary by three other candidates. Additionally, he ran for mayor in 2017.

Additionally, in 2021 Democrat power attorney Marc Elias of Perkins Coie claimed voting machine “irregularities” in a New York election. The incumbent Democrat Rep. Ted Brindisi brought a lawsuit claiming fraud against Republican challenger Claudia Tenney

In this case, there is reason to believe that voting tabulation machines misread hundreds if not thousands of valid votes as undervotes, (supra at 4), and that these tabulation machine errors disproportionately affected Brindisi, (id.). In addition, Oswego County admitted in a sworn statement to this Court that its tabulation machines were not tested and calibrated in the days leading up to the November 3, 2020 General Election as required by state law and necessary to ensure that the counts generated by tabulation machines are accurate.

Elias claimed the voting machines may have undercounted up to 2,599 votes for Brindisi throughout the district. Brindisi trailed Republican challenger Claudia Tenney by a razor-thin margin of 122 votes. The lawsuit was ultimately unable to overturn the election results.

Despite the clear evidence of voting fraud in recent elections, the mainstream media has continued to push the narrative that it virtually never happens. This is particularly the case in regards to the 2020 election, when the Trump campaign and its backers brought forth numerous election challenges.

Contrary to the narrative that the courts found no grounds for these lawsuits, the overwhelming majority were dismissed on procedural grounds; those that were adjudicated went predominately for the litigants in terms of hearing out the cases.

An Election Integrity review conducted on 92 court challenges filed over the 2020 election found that a clear majority of the cases decided on the merits were ruled favorably for the plaintiffs; particularly, the Republican Party and the Trump campaign.

Thus ends the media myth that Democrats never cheat in elections.