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Alleged Pro-Biden Voting Flyers at a Mexican Migrant Camp Raise Political Storm

A humanitarian organization based in northeastern Mexico has come under scrutiny following claims that it distributed flyers encouraging migrants to vote for President Joe Biden. 

These allegations have sparked a significant uproar, particularly among conservative circles in the United States.

Resource Center Matamoros, the group at the center of the controversy, faced accusations after a viral video supposedly showed pro-Biden voting flyers within its facilities. 

The video’s authenticity and the origin of the flyers have become points of contention.

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Gaby Zavala, founder of Resource Center Matamoros, has categorically denied that her organization produced the flyers. 

She emphasized that their mission does not involve influencing the voting behaviors or political affiliations of migrants.

The flyers in question reportedly contained several linguistic errors and bore the logo of Resource Center Matamoros. 

They instructed migrants to vote for Biden, an action that would be illegal since only U.S. citizens can vote in federal elections.

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The incident was quickly seized upon by House Republicans, who brought it up during a congressional hearing with Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, thus amplifying the political implications of the allegations.

Following the incident, the claims about the flyers spread rapidly across social media, propelled by posts from influential conservative figures and organizations, including the Heritage Foundation.

“This flyer obviously seeks to prey on unsophisticated illegals and encourages them to illegally vote,” wrote the Heritage Foundation on social media.

Experts and officials have raised concerns that the flyers might be part of a misinformation campaign aimed at stirring political unrest and discrediting legitimate migrant aid operations.

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The White House and other officials have labeled the flyers as disinformation, stressing the importance of discerning the truth in the digital age where false claims can spread rapidly across platforms.

This incident highlights the ongoing challenges and accusations related to voting integrity and election interference in the United States, a recurring theme in recent American political discourse.

As the debate continues, the focus remains on verifying the facts surrounding the flyers and addressing the broader implications of such misinformation on public perception and political stability. 

The episode underscores the volatile intersection of immigration issues and electoral politics in today’s highly charged political environment.

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