Texas AG Announces Voter Fraud Charges

(ReliableNews.org) – President Donald Trump and Attorney General William Barr keep warning America about the near certainty of voter fraud in the upcoming November elections. Democrats keep saying there’s no discernable evidence of that happening in the past, and it’s unlikely to occur in the future.

As it turns out, Texas officials arrested four individuals for an alleged scheme to harvest votes during primary elections in Gregg County back in 2018. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton (R) announced the arrests during a Sept. 24 press conference.

Gregg County commissioner Sharron Brown and three accomplices face a total of 134 felony charges, including mail-in ballot fraud, election fraud, and other state charges.

As AG Paxton told reporters, the arrests demonstrate the fact “elections can be stolen outright” by political operatives committing “mail ballot fraud.” Continuing, he stated that election fraud is a slap in the face to democracy and results in “voter disenfranchisement.”

President Trump has warned the country repeatedly about mail-in ballot fraud. Democrats keep pushing activist judges to broaden the practice of voting by mail. It’s no small wonder the president hedges when asked about the legitimacy of the upcoming elections.

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