Federal judge rules there is no widespread voter fraud in Texas

Federal judge rules there is no widespread voter fraud in Texas

A federal judge has ordered Texan officials to stop removing people from its voter registration rolls after declaring that the state has not seen widespread voter fraud. US District Judge Fred Biery issued the order while stating that Texas had made a ’mess’ after the secretary of state’s office flagged about 95,000 individuals for a citizenship status review.

Timothy
Timothy
Hannibal
Hannibal 1 year

Interesting how Turman judges are not to let States investigate their election systems. Sunlight is the best antiseptic. Why are they so afraid? Put both parties on the investigations. It's not good for anyone to have doubts about election integrity. It's a recipe for a banana republic.

z3phyrus14
z3phyrus14 1 year

So judge Biery told David Whitley that because there aren’t a lot of people committing voter fraud, that it doesn’t exist?

Ralph
Ralph 1 year

he stated it isn't widespread. voter fraud definitely exists, just nowhere near the degree the media will claim. imo it's the massive influx of California tech employees voting for their regressive policies that's causing the sway to the left.

Michael Tatom
Michael Tatom 1 year

We should just mail ballots to Mexico.

Dust Phoxner
Dust Phoxner 1 year

What's the harm in checking the voter registration for possible voter fraud at the very least we could take all the dead people of the registry so their names cant be used.

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