People Are Asking Questions About Our Republican Primaries
The primary is over and almost everyone is finally taking a much needed break after a heated election cycle.
We say almost everyone because Harris county’s numbers are still funky. This is absurd considering how it’s been almost an entire week and nothing is finalized and many people have concerns about how the election was run.
In Harris county some people weren’t even able to vote in the Republican primary.
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Furthermore, numbers aren’t exactly adding up. Here’s some information we had brought to our attention in Montgomery County, the reddest county in the state.
In precinct 1 it says 17% of the votes are missing. There are other precincts as well with missing votes only in the CD 8 race
17% of votes are unaccounted for. This is more than enough to flip an election in many races.
Mark Ramsey has also sent out an email to the Harris County Republican Party warning of huge irregularities including smeared ballots, paper size issues, broken machines, and even missing races on ballots.
Seth Keshel has a great video breaking down some irregularities and it leaves us with much more questions than answers. Keshel breaks down how Bianca Gracia basically got the Trump treatment of last minute votes coming in and completely flipping her election. Possible, but still very odd.
There’s currently this narrative that only Democrats commit election/voter fraud. This is verifiably not true as operatives for Republican candidates have been jailed for their activities involving voter fraud:
Via the Texas AG website
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced the arrest of Rachel Rodriguez for election fraud, illegal voting, unlawfully assisting people voting by mail, and unlawfully possessing an official ballot. Each charge constitutes a felony under the Texas Election Code. Rodriguez was exposed in a Project Veritas video last fall while she engaged in vote harvesting leading up to the 2020 election.
There is also video of James O’keefe of Project Veritas confronting the Republican candidate that Rodriguez attempted to harvest ballots for:
Concerns continue to grow across Texas that maybe our elections are rigged, and that it’s not the Democrats doing the rigging.