‘Organized Election Fraud’: 4 People, Including Texas County Commissioner, Charged In Mail Ballot Fraud Scheme

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They caught them, I wonder how?

republicans have no problem with voter fraud, take Harris in NC and voter suppression!!

and an evangelical minster no less:
Long prison terms to start. Sold to overseas hard labor camps even.
I say put them on a chain gang, since they worry so much about who will pick our crops.....
For the republican too.
 

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Yes though the Kremlin’s current concern of a Biden win links to a direct message to American Hispanics, which is properly timed. The latter can see the Lagoa connection to Florida, and romance carries a different placard in the Latin and Slavic countries. Duh
Or educating them how to fill out the ballots so they can count. Newsflash, cupcake: That's not only legal, it's appreciated. If you Party of the Rumpers were to do things like that you might even pick up more Hispanic Votes.
 

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Looks like we're seeing more examples of fraud by the Democrats...



Republican Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced charges Thursday against four people, including a county commissioner, for allegedly carrying out a mail ballot fraud scheme in the 2018 Democratic primary.

Gregg County Commissioner Shannon Brown and three others “targeted young, able-bodied voters to cast ballots by mail by fraudulently claiming the voters were ‘disabled,’ in most cases without the voters’ knowledge or consent,” as part of a vote harvesting scheme meant to swing the primary to Brown, according to a press release from Paxton’s office.

Brown, a first-term county commissioner, won his primary by five votes after mail-in ballots erased the 19 percent lead his opponent held after early and election day votes were tallied, the Longview News-Journal reported in March 2018.

The state filed a total of 123 felony charges against the four defendants, including organized election fraud, illegal voting, fraudulent use of an application for a mail-in ballot and election fraud, according to the indictments.


“It is an unfortunate reality that elections can be stolen outright by mail ballot fraud. Election fraud, particularly an organized mail ballot fraud scheme orchestrated by political operatives, is an affront to democracy and results in voter disenfranchisement and corruption at the highest level,” Paxton said in a statement released by his office.

“Mail ballots are vulnerable to diversion, coercion, and influence by organized vote harvesting schemes,” added Paxton.
These aren't state elections, they're Democratic Party primaries. Different process. Bullshit post.
 

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