Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick Offers $1 Million for Voter Fraud Tips

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According to a news release, Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick will pay people up to $1 million for evidence of voter fraud during the 2020 Presidential Election. Anyone who provides information that leads to an arrest and final conviction of voter fraud will be paid a minimum of $25,000.

“In Texas we know voter fraud is real. In just the last 60 days, we have had three major arrests on voter fraud including a social worker who was arrested last week for allegedly registering almost 70 developmentally disabled adults to vote without their signature or consent,” said Patrick.

The Democrats have no one to blame but themselves for creating suspicion of final vote totals by not allowing Republican poll watchers to observe the vote count in multiple states.

“In some cases blocking their view with poster board, last-minute changes in election laws in battleground states, ignoring the deadline to vote and accepting ballots for days after the election, ignoring postmarks and signature checks, not verifying that mail-in ballots were being sent to people who were alive or living in the state.”

Patrick defended President Trump, who absolutely has right to pursue every allegation of voter fraud and irregularities, just as Al Gore did in 2000.

“Every candidate for public office has this right. My goal is to ensure that, regardless of the outcome, every American has faith in our electoral process and our democracy.”

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