The June 28 Democratic primary vote for the US Senate on using Democratic “sleepers” to run as a Republican in local elections, as well as demanding drug money for a South Carolina state representative, was heard in leaked audio. An inmate of the state penitentiary.
Project Veritas, the monitoring organization that received recordingconfirmed to The Epoch Times that she verified State Representative Christelle Matthews as the person who spoke to Perry Correctional Institute inmate David Solomon Ballard.
Matthews can be heard on the February 15 recording: “If we have enough in there, we can wreak havoc from the inside out.”
The prisoner’s phone calls are recorded and callers are notified by an operator that the calls are being recorded.
It’s not clear what connects Matthews and Ballard, who in 2018 were sentenced to four years in prison for threatening the life and family of an officer and 10 years for assaulting an officer and resisting arrest. was imprisoned with. Disciplinary proceedings were instituted against him while he was in prison. He also has an extensive record of arrests.
According to The State, Ballard was jailed for threatening the lives of Aiken County Sheriff Mike Hunt and his family.
Ballard then assaulted an agent from the State Law Enforcement Division while in custody in the Aiken County Department of Public Security.
Mathews took over the state office in 2018 as the representative of District 117.
“We need some secret sleepers,” he is heard to say. “For example, we have to lead them as the other side, even if they’re on our side, and we need them to win,” the Senate lead candidate said. “We need people to run as Republicans in these local elections.”
Ballard agrees, “Okay, okay.”
After discussing how Sleepers “could change the dynamic in South Carolina,” Matthews complained about raising money for her campaign, saying she wouldn’t care if she received “dope money.” Not there.
“Gimmy, this is money for stupid boys,” Matthews tells Ballard when he asks her to find someone in her family to donate money to her campaign on her behalf.
Matthews then pointed out the types of “black people.”
“I don’t recognize these black people,” Matthews said, before describing himself as “safe at heart.” racial insult,
Matthews also said there is a need for people who can take down yard signs at night while people are sleeping.
Matthews did not respond to The Epoch Times’ request for comment.
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