The Lone Star State has drawn attention recently for ballot issues relating to the 2020 presidential election, following an audit in Smith County at the behest of Grassroots America We the People.
According to a report from KETK, the audit process began in October 2020, following a slew of election-related irregularities, like missing ballots. Per their findings, 584 absentee ballots were allegedly left uncounted in their county’s election in 2020.
Just the News further reported that 700 limited and provisional ballots with problems were also identified in the audit, in addition to chain of custody problems and improper procedures.
Since 2020, the nation has been rocked by widespread evidence of voter fraud and election problems. Ballot trafficking was also highlighted in 2022 with the release of Dinesh D’Souza’s documentary “2000 Mules,” which shined a spotlight on evidence of a nationwide ballot trafficking conspiracy that targeted key swing states during the 2020 presidential election.
Shortly after the 2022 midterm elections, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) even called for a probe into “widespread problems” with Texas’s Harris County election processes, citing allegations of “election improprieties” in the state’s largest county.
“The allegations of election improprieties in our state’s largest county may result from anything ranging from malfeasance to blatant criminal conduct,” Abbott stated in November.
Prior to the midterms, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton (R) prosecuted a woman who pleaded guilty to a whopping 26 counts of voter fraud in connection with a vote harvesting operation to “influence the outcome of a utility board election,” per the attorney general’s office.
MyPillow CEO and election integrity advocate Mike Lindell has also previously alleged that Texas was a huge target for voter fraud in 2020. Lindell told RSBN in April 2022 that he believed Texas had 960,000 votes “stolen” from President Donald Trump in 2020 at the hands of dubious digital voting machines.