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BREAKING: CITIZENS RECEIVING RANDOM VOTER ID CARDS
Democrats will do Olympian level mental-gymnastics to try and convince you that voter fraud doesn’t exist. But anyone with a triple digit IQ knows voter fraud is alive and well, even in the great state of Texas.
You don’t even need to have access to scientific voting data or inside information to confirm that voter fraud is real. You simply need to take a look at the following two statements:
A resident of Cypress reached out to Current Revolt to report that she has received 3 voter ID cards, for 3 different people, all at her home address. A home she has lived at for over 4 years. She also confirms she’s never received any mail for these people previously.
We pulled the voter and background info for all three people and found the following.
Are we to believe these people are suddenly requesting new voter ID cards?
We dug deeper and were able to locate all three individuals on social media and confirmed that they no longer live in the state of Texas. Furthermore, they haven’t lived in Texas for quite a while.
So why is Harris County sending out voter ID cards for people who no longer live in Texas? No clue. But something odd is happening here.
We spoke with Alan Vera, the ballot security chairman for Texas’ Harris County GOP and he confirmed this issue is widespread. Vera tells us people across Texas are reporting they are receiving voter ID cards for individuals they do not recognize.
Vera also states that there is a voter fraud scheme where after voter ID cards are issued, fraudsters are requesting mail-in-ballots and then routing them to different addresses.
With some local elections won by as few as 10 votes, it’s very possible to completely flip an election with just fraudulent mail-in-ballots
So now the question is…what is the GOP going to do about this?
If you or someone you know are receiving voter ID cards that don’t belong to you, feel free to email us a photo at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will send these photos to the proper channels to make sure they’re investigated and prosecuted if fraud is being committed.