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Police Are Investigating Possible Election Fraud By Virginia’s Porn Candidate

It is the third law that the would-be lawmaker, who raised money by filming herself engaging in extreme sex acts, may have violated.

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The Democrat running for the Virginia House of Delegates who infamously raised money by selling sex acts online might not be eligible to be on the ballot at all — one of the forms she filed to run for office appears to have a fake signature on it, and is being investigated by authorities.

The Louisa County Sheriff’s Department is investigating whether someone else signed the filing for Democrat Susanna Gibson, and whether the notary who swore she watched her sign it — a paralegal at her husband’s law firm — might have committed perjury.

The document says that “knowingly making any untrue statement or entry in this document is a felony under Virginia law. The punishment is a maximum fine of $2,500 and/or confinement for up to ten years. Also, you lose your right to vote.”

The signature on Gibson’s Certificate of Candidate Qualification looks nothing like her signature on another election document, the Statement of Economic Interests conflict-of-interest form.

Additionally, the suspicious signature is dated February 13, whereas notary Donna L. Martin attested to verifying Gibson’s identity and watching her sign it on February 14.

Martin, reached at the Law Offices of John David Gibson, hung up the phone abruptly when The Daily Wire asked about her stamp of the document.

Conservative activist and researcher Mike Dickinson obtained the forms under the Freedom of Information Act and filed a complaint with the Louisa County Sheriff’s Office, which confirmed that it is investigating.

“The notary either allowed someone to sign not in front of them or allowed another person to sign,” Dickinson told The Daily Wire. “Both are easy to investigate: Pull the notary’s logbook and see who provided ID to the notary … Pull the signer’s drivers license from DMV for signature comparison.”

“If the paperwork has any issues on it the paperwork is invalid,” he said.

Virginia law governing election documents says, “Any willfully false material statement or entry made by any person in any statement, form, or report required by this title shall constitute the crime of election fraud and be punishable as a Class 5 felony.”

The Virginia Department of Elections did not return a request for comment.

It is the third law that the would-be-lawmaker may have violated, the first being prostitution and the second being falsely claiming to be a nurse.

Gibson is running in Henrico County, which has a Democrat prosecutor, Shannon Taylor, who is a member of the Virginia Progressive Prosecutors Association, many of whose members are George Soros-funded prosecutors who say that they will ignore state laws for political reasons.  The election law statute indicates that it would be Taylor responsible for prosecuting Gibson.

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But Gibson’s other possible crimes have highlighted the way that Virginia laws did not anticipate the impact of far-Left prosecutors who openly pledge to ignore laws they don’t like. Documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act show that far from prosecuting Gibson, Taylor appeared to be using government resources to assist her fellow Democrat’s campaign with public relations around her porn scandal, which caused national scorn.

The signature issue is different because Gibson’s husband, John David Gibson, practices law in neighboring Louisa County, which is where the notary says she witnessed Gibson sign the form.

Christian Adams, an election attorney who has tried elections cases in Virginia, said “A notary swears that they witnessed the person sign. If Gibson didn’t sign this then the notary faces some potential serious consequences.”

He said Gibson’s Republican opponent, David Owen, “could go to court to seek a declaratory judgment that Gibson is not a proper candidate.” But with early voting already having begun, that could be an uphill climb.

Gibson’s attorney, Daniel Watkins, did not return a request for comment.

In addition to practicing law, her husband also co-starred in her adult films. In videos filmed last year, Gibson said she had sex with three men in one day, and “don’t tell my husband he was the third.” She can be heard in the videos saying “he doesn’t like sharing” her with other men, with her husband saying, “Sometimes I have to though. She makes me.”

Men watched her live on a site called Chaturbate, and could ask her to perform specific sex acts, which she would do if they paid her in “tokens,” with more money warranting more extreme sex acts. In the videos, made shortly after she began her campaign, she said she was raising money for a “good cause.”

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