Final week, The Gateway Pundit reported on Craig Callaway’s latest indictment in Atlantic Metropolis, NJ for “procuring, casting, and tabulating fraudulent ballots.” The previous Atlantic Metropolis council president was caught allegedly paying New Jersey residents $30 to $50 to “act as approved messengers and request mail-in ballots for voters whom they’d by no means met.”
The alleged crime passed off in the course of the 2022 mid-term election when Callaway was paid $65,500 by Rep. Jeff Van Drew’s (R-02) marketing campaign for “strategic consulting”. Rep. Van Drew had paid Callaway’s agency $110,000 for providers within the 2020 marketing campaign as properly.
Callaway faces as much as 5 years in jail and a $250,000 if convicted. And it wouldn’t be his first conviction both: in 2006 he admitted to accepting $36,000 in bribes from a contractor whom he helped win metropolis contracts and once more, in 2008, when he admitted guilt in a blackmail scheme concentrating on Atlantic Metropolis councilman, as reported by New York Times.
Final week, Jesse Watters reported on the story of Callaway and his operation. A clip from that section will be discovered here.
On February twelfth, nevertheless, Watters despatched a reporter to Atlantic Metropolis to interview folks within the metropolis about Callaway and the sentiment of the group. When requested, “What do you consider [Craig]?” one Atlantic Metropolis resident answered, “My trustworthy opinion? Piece of s***.” The reporter adopted up with, “He was caught rigging elections!” to which the lady responded, “Once more…or is that this the identical?”
One man interviewed by the Watters’ workforce stated, “That is just about norm in our elections. I imply, somebody is all the time going to attempt to skirt one thing round.” He was then requested, “Are Atlantic Metropolis elections corrupt?”
“At all times have been,” he responded.
Then, Watters dropped a bomb. In response to Watters, Callaway has been working for the FBI for 25 years.
“Craig’s not drained in any respect. He’s a busy man. He’s so busy, that he’s been working for the FBI for 25 years. That’s proper. Craig the Poll-Stuffer wears wires for the Feds to catch folks bribing authorities officers. However Craig the Stuffer tousled and obtained caught taking bribes in an FBI sting.
However don’t fear! He lower a take care of the Feds who simply wired him again up for extra stings. However then Craig obtained caught sexually blackmailing a minister in one other sting. So Craig’s a snitch and a stuffer. Does the FBI have ballot-stuffers on the payroll?”
EXCLUSIVE: Primetime confronts Atlantic Metropolis’s Democrat poll stuffer who was arrested for election fraud. And it seems he’s not only a stuffer, he’s additionally an FBI snitch. pic.twitter.com/nEsbhJ9E3I
— Jesse Watters (@JesseBWatters) February 13, 2024
Watters went on to say that the Justice Division caught him with a stack of “soiled” poll purposes again within the mid-terms.
This story in New Jersey is starting to sound strikingly much like a narrative that The Gateway Pundit broke last year involving Michigan officers, an NGO referred to as GBI Methods, and, as soon as once more, the reluctance of the FBI to take cost.
It additionally bears resemblance to a 2018 poll harvesting operation that was being perpetrated by the previous Tarrant County DNC President, Deborah Peoples, and her aide Stuart Clegg. Police physique cam footage recorded one of many homeless males allegedly recruited by Peoples and Clegg to gather signatures and ballots from unsuspecting aged victims. As a result of this incident was past the statute of limitations, no investigation that we all know of was ever performed into Peoples. Charles Jackson, the person within the police physique cam footage, was indicted for “offering false data on a voting utility.” The homeless man was bailed out by the DNC President’s aide, Stuart Clegg.