Saturday, June 12, 2021

Breaking News: Harris County Voter Applied for a Ballot by Mail - 29 Years After Her Death

On Feb. 10, 2020, the Harris County Clerk’s Office received an annual application for Ballot by Mail, including the Democratic Party Primary, from voter Kathleen Hooey who is registered to vote at 7014 Jay Street in Houston. At first glance, all appears normal. The voter was born in 1919 so she qualifies to vote by mail under Texas Law. She signed the form and mailed it in on time, so nothing seems concerning.



But, Kathleen Hooey passed away in 1991 – 29 years BEFORE this application was signed and mailed.

And, she was not the only one.

That same day, the County Clerk’s Office received another annual application for ballot by mail, including the Democratic Primary, from voter Gloria Chambers who is registered to vote at 10525 Barnham Street in Houston. The voter was born in 1946 so she qualifies to vote by mail in Texas. Her application was signed and mailed on time - and was even signed by an assistant/witness named Tomar Bishop. So all looks good.


Except Gloria Chambers passed away in 2010 – 10 years BEFORE this application was signed and mailed.

And these two were not alone.

That same day, the County Clerk’s Office received yet another annual application for ballot by mail, including the Democratic Primary, from voter Jessie Burks who was registered to vote at 10514 Barnham Street in Houston. The voter was born in 1937 so he qualifies to vote by mail in Texas. The application was signed and mailed on time - and was again signed by an assistant/witness named Tomar Bishop. All appears to be fine.


But Jessie Burks passed away in 2015 – 5 years BEFORE this application was signed and mailed.



Again that same day, the County Clerk’s Office received another annual application for ballot by mail, including the Democratic Primary, from voter Tommie Bookman who is registered to vote at 5102 Noldale Drive in Houston. The voter was born in 1932 so he qualifies to vote by mail in Texas. The application was signed and mailed on time so all looks good.



Except Tommie Bookman, a US Army Veteran who served his country in the Korean War, was laid to rest in the Houston National Cemetery in 2016 – 4 years BEFORE this application was signed and mailed.


Also, that same day, the County Clerk’s Office received another annual application for ballot by mail, including the Democratic Primary, from voter Sylvia Thomas who is registered to vote at 10441 Barnham Street in Houston. The voter was born in 1940 so she qualifies to vote by mail in Texas. The application was signed and mailed on time - and was again signed by an assistant/witness named Tomar Bishop. All appears to be fine.


But Sylvia Thomas lives and votes in New Orleans, LA. She claims that she hasn’t lived in Houston in over 20 years and did not apply for a ballot by mail in Texas in 2020.

What do these five applications have in common?

1. All five voters who had their identities stolen are voters of color.

2. All were mailed to the County Clerk in ONE large package containing over 100 annual applications for ballot by mail, all including the Democratic Primary, with the following name on the return address:




Gloria Palmer
7413 Parker Rd
Houston, TX 77016








Who is Gloria Palmer?

Gloria Palmer is a convicted FORGER named in research concerning ballot harvesting in Harris County from both the 2016 and 2018 Primaries. She admitted on tape that she works to get elderly voters to submit ballots by mail supporting the candidates she works for. She also admitted on tape that she works as a nurse which gives her access to elderly voters. She claims the voters she approaches are on a list supplied to her. You can listen to her on tape: here.

Who is Tomar Bishop?

Tomar Joann LaBlanc Bishop is also a convicted felon. Recently, Tomar Bishop filed a lawsuit concerning injuries she claimed to have sustained from a motor vehicle accident. In those documents she claims to work for a home health agency named Springwell. Within those documents are samples of her signature. 


You can decide if you think it matches the witness/assistant signatures on the ballot by mail applications.

Signature on Applications   

Signatures on Court Documents


 


 




 




Why are these ladies sending in applications for deceased voters?

Could it be that they assumed the list of voters supplied to them was safe to use because the Voter Registrar always removes deceased voters from the rolls?

OOPS – REALLY BAD assumption.

Each application submitted without the voter’s knowledge and approval is a State Jail Felony…and…the punishment gets bumped up to the next higher level if the voter is over 65 and/or more than one offense occurred in the same election.

Gloria Palmar submitted over 100 applications for ballot by mail in that ONE package. Tomar Bishop witnessed/assisted 14 of them.





Another individual who signed as an assistant/witness for multiple applications was Ray Jones, but only one of those voters is deceased. She appears to have passed away the same day Gloria Palmer mailed the package.





Who is Ray Jones?


Ray Jones is yet another convicted felon. Samples of his signature can be found in court records



You can decide if you think it matches the assistant/witness signatures on the ballot by mail applications.


Signature on Applications

Signatures on Court Documents

 


 







On his court documents and voter registration, Ray Jones claims his address is 6019 Mohawk. On these ballot by mail applications, Ray Jones claims his address is 12210 Wild Pine Dr Apt B. There is only one person registered to vote at that address, a woman named Lisa Powell.

Look whose signatures are on bail bonds for Ray Jones... 






   Tomar Bishop....


          ... and...










                     L. Powell.




      
What a small world!







What do Gloria Palmer, Ray Jones and Lisa Powell all have in common?





They were all paid by US Rep Sheila Jackson Lee’s Campaign in the 2020 Democratic Primary as:

"campaign assistant" 

 "polling assistant" or

 "temp worker."





ALL 3 PAID BY AND WORKING FOR THE SAME CAMPAIGN…

ANOTHER  REMARKABLE COINCIDENCE.


And even more remarkable…
for the work she did for Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee’s campaign…Lisa Powell’s address was listed as 6019 Mohawk – the same address where Ray Jones is registered to vote.


TRULY A SMALL WORLD !



The Democrats in the Texas Legislature fought hard to stop all bills which would help to clean up our voter rolls and tighten security in ballot by mail. They and their allies, the League of Women Voters, NAACP, Texas Civil Rights Project, etc. screamed loud and clear that voter fraud DOES NOT EXIST. Anyone who wants to remove dead persons from the voter rolls or require any form of ID for mailed ballots is a crazy, nut-job, Jim Crow 2.0 racist. The Democrats even walked out of the Texas House to break quorum to prevent election bills from passing.

The four Harris County Democratic leaders who have been all over the media sabotaging Texas Republicans who are pushing to clean up the voter rolls and require some type of ID to vote by mail are:

1. US Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee
2. State Senator Borris Miles
3. State Rep. Senfronia Thompson…. and….
4. County Commissioner Rodney Ellis

What is the biggest coincidence in all this fraud?

Guess which US Rep. represents ALL FIVE VOTERS whose identities were stolen?




Congresswoman

Sheila Jackson Lee






Guess which State Senator represents ALL FIVE VOTERS whose identities were stolen?




                         Senator

                       Borris Miles






Guess which TX Rep. represents ALL FIVE VOTERS whose identities were stolen?





State Representative 

Senfronia Thompson







Guess which County Commissioner represents ALL FIVE VOTERS whose identities were stolen?




                                      Commissioner

                                       Rodney Ellis






Now that is TRULY REMARKABLE.


The fraudulent documents have been turned over to the Texas Secretary of State and Attorney General for prosecution.

 But stay tuned…because there is more to come.



If you have any information, you can contact:
Charles Marler @ 281-687-5015


Colleen Vera

Sunday, May 30, 2021

Pastor Miller, Where is the Money?



 To help keep elections in Texas open and transparent, every campaign and political action committee (PAC) must publicly report all donations and expenditures at least twice a year. When actively involved in an election, the number of required public reports increases to help the voters stay informed.



But these political financial reports are based on the honor system. Unless an opponent or concerned citizen files a complaint with the Texas Ethics Commission, no one in our government checks to see if any of the reports are even remotely accurate.


A few weeks ago, I was researching a current office holder and went scrolling through her campaign financial reports to see how she spent her campaign funds. I came across a PAC she routinely donated to named the Baptist Ministers’ Association of Houston & Vicinity PAC.


 I had never heard of this PAC, so I looked it up on the Texas Ethics Commission site. I found that the PAC has been around since Jan. 15, 1997….but…something REALLY FISHY has been going on since  Dr. Max A Miller, Jr.  took over the position of PAC Treasurer on  Aug. 13, 2009.


With him in charge of the books, since 2010 the PAC has reported over:


...$187,000.00 in donations …


...ZERO expenditures…


...and only $500.00 left in the bank.


 That can’t be brushed off as simple mathematical calculation errors.


I doubt I am  the only person who wants to ask the question:


  


"Pastor Miller, 


where did all 


that money go?"





When I found such a huge discrepancy, I filed a complaint with the Texas Ethics Commission. Because of the 24 month statute of limitations on campaign finance reports, I could only question Dr. Miller’s lack of reporting on the funds donated since mid- 2019  - about $33,000.00.


It appears Texas law will never make him go back and report what he did with the $154,000.00 donated before 2019.


But at least the Texas Ethics Commission (TEC) responded to my complaint. According to the copy of the letter I received via email, TEC has given Dr. Miller 10 days to respond.




You can view the PAC’s financial reports yourself online at: 

 Jaspersoft: By_Filer_Name (state.tx.us)


If you have trouble maneuvering the website, the PAC’s Filer ID is #00018745 – use this link and cut and paste their ID #:

 Texas Ethics Commission Search CF (state.tx.us)


Colleen Vera