Reward for voter fraud conviction
Heard part of a news item about a man getting a reward for pointing out voter fraud after the culprit was convicted.
Only gave him $25,000 not the maximum promised of $1 million because they said it was not important enough because it was a Republican
What is that supposed to mean?
Do Republicans do it so often that it is too easy to catch one of them?
I think it was a Republican who promised the $$ and had to pay up
Re: Reward for voter fraud conviction
(Heard part of a news item about a man getting a reward for pointing out voter fraud after the culprit was convicted.)
AG garland would say: -I don't know anything about that, I'll await the teacher's union instruction as to how I should proceed-.
Re: It was Lt Governor Patrick of Texas who promised ....
.... a $1 million dollar reward for evidence of voter fraud. All he got was two cases of republicans voting twice, one republican tried to vote twice in his own name and another tried to vote for trump as his dead mother. Both were turned in by Democrats.
You would think with a million dollar reward on offer, somebody would find some of all this "voter fraud" trump keeps talking about.