Says doing so is crucial to protecting our elections!
Today, Weston Martinez, the founder, and Chairman of the Voter Fraud Bureau of Investigation (VFBI) has called on America’s Sheriffs to deputize qualified citizens to be election inspectors in advance of the November 8, 2022, midterm elections.
According to Martinez, the United States Constitution clearly delineates the difference between federal rights and those rights held by the various states and allows for a Chief Law Enforcement Officer (CLEO) within states and their respective counties.
With legitimate questions and concerns still surrounding the integrity of our voting systems and processes, the VFBI is today calling on all duly elected Sheriffs across the United States to deputize qualified citizens to the specifically defined role of election inspector.
According to Martinez, each election administrator develops a plan to carry out the election, and, in many cases, the CLEO is designated to collect and deliver USB drives, which contain data harvested from voting machines to the administrator. Martinez said that deputized election inspectors would serve as a CLEO on-site limiting opportunities for voting data tampered with or improperly sequestered.
Martinez also highlighted a concern of many election observers about the federal government authorities attempting to secure access to polling locations with the potential to illegally secure state and county property used to tabulate election results. According to Martinez, his suggestion is that Sheriffs utilize individuals for this purpose who are properly trained in criminal investigation including former or retired law enforcement officers and/or military veterans from both political parties.
Those appointed should have a clear understanding of their constitutional and statutory authority as a deputized inspector. Their role is to observe and report suspicious activity or irregularities and not to interfere or disrupt the voting process. “After the 2020 election cycle, many Americans rightfully distrusted the integrity of our election systems.
It is our hope that by having qualified deputized election inspectors at our nation’s polling places, voters will have confidence in the voting process and that all legal votes will have been accurately counted.” Martinez concluded.