Key leaders working with the Biden campaign have been busted, caught on video offering bribes in exchange for votes in the 2020 election.
Leaders within the Native American community in Nevada offered tribal members and associates bribes for their votes, including Visa gift cards, jewelry, and other “swag.”
President Trump shared video evidence of this bribery on Twitter:
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 2, 2020
In a longer video, Reno-Sparks Indian Colony (RSIC) leaders can be seen offering a raffle with gift cards in amounts of $25, $100, $250, and $500 to people who can prove that they voted. They were also offering jewelry, t-shirts, and masks.
“If you come here to vote or if you voted already, RSIC is having a raffle,” said RSIC spokeswoman Bethany Sam, seen in the video wearing a Biden-Harris mask, standing in front of the Biden-Harris campaign bus.
She also can be heard saying that there are “a lot of great things to push you guys to get out here to vote, challenge you go get you out here to vote.”
The Trump campaign is expected to show the videos in a Carson City court as part of its effort to prove voter fraud and irregularities occurred in the Nevada election. In a briefing paper as part of their lawsuit, the Trump campaign referred to a “Native American Votes for Dollars Scandal.”
“A shocking number of states have discovered that groups claiming to support the Native American community’s voice at the polls have engaged in blatantly illegal bribery and vote incentivizing with cash cards, gas cards, electronics and other items. This scandal appears to have been rampant in Nevada. Posts on the Nevada Native Vote Project Facebook page show that similar raffles were conducted in 15 Nevada native communities, with 116 voters receiving $6,650 in cash prizes,” the briefing read.
The left, the media, and now leaders in the Native American community are trying to deny that anything illegal occurred, despite the video evidence.
“I think that this lawsuit is a little bit reckless. It’s sort of just casting a wide net of disparagement on the Nevada Native Vote Project. And it turns out a lot of their claims are unsubstantiated,” Jacqueline De León, staff attorney for the Native American Rights Fund, told NPR.
She added that the raffles were open to all, but the evidence from the videos show that entry was limited to Native Americans and their associates or staffers. Regardless of who was eligible, this is still a blatant violation of the law.
According to election experts, the Native American vote may have been key in giving Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden the victory in battleground states such as Nevada and Arizona.
Left-wing CNN commentator Van Jones corroborated this on-air, stating: “The Native American community played a tremendous role… They are responsible for the victory.”