Earlier this week, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis attempted to vote when he was told his address had been changed online.
The culprit? A 20-year old felon named Anthony Guevara.
But there’s no such thing as voter fraud, right?
Here’s the report from The Hill:
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) was nearly prevented from casting his ballot this week after a man allegedly changed his home address online.
The governor attempted to cast his ballot on Monday, The Associated Press reports, but was informed at the polling place that his address had been changed to a small apartment more than 400 miles away.
Officials say after DeSantis contacted the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, it was discovered that 20-year-old Anthony Guevara of Naples had changed the governor’s address, apparently using his birthdate found on his Wikipedia page.
“Guevara has been charged with two third-degree felonies: accessing a computer without authorization and illegally altering voting records. He faces up to five years in prison and is currently in custody while he awaits a court hearing,” The Hill reports.
The Democrats keep telling us that it’s “impossible” to rig the election, but we keep seeing stories like this pop up every single day.
Who will hold these fraudsters accountable?