Former Texas Mayoral Candidate Indicted On Felony Charges

( Despite the media’s insistence that claims of voter fraud during the 2020 election is “THE BIG LIE,” the incidences of voter fraud are piling up.

Back in October a Carrollton, Texas resident was arrested and charged with voter fraud. According to the Denton County Sheriff’s Office, Zul Mirza Mohamed was charged with 109 felonies relating to an investigation that began in late September of last year.

According to the Sheriff’s office, absentee ballots had been requested and mailed to a PO Box at a shipping business in Lewisville. However, when investigators checked with the Carrollton residents whose ballots were mailed to this PO Box, none of them had requested an absentee ballot let alone asked for ballots to be mailed there.

After authorities investigated further, they discovered that the PO Box in question had been obtained with a fake Texas driver’s license and a fictitious University of North Texas student ID.

The Sheriff’s department had undercover investigators staking out the Lewisville location for two days. Finally, when the box of requested ballots was picked up at the location on October 7, investigators followed the person back to a home in Carrollton and contacted a judge for a warrant.

When the home was searched, not only was the box of ballots found, investigators also discovered even more mail-in ballots for Dallas County.

The suspect was Zul Mirza Mohamed.

At the time of his arrest, Mohamed was one of the candidates listed on the fraudulent ballots since he was running for Mayor of Carrollton as a Democrat.

“The fact an actual candidate for public office would engage in these activities is appalling,” Sheriff Tracy Murphree said at a press conference announcing Mohamed’s arrest.

Murphree went on to say that just because they caught voter fraud in this instance doesn’t mean it hasn’t happened in elections past. “I’m sure it has,” Murphree said.

“I personally believe voting by mail is a dangerous thing,” Murphree added.

Watch the video from CBS Dallas Fort Worth: