Texas Lt. Gov. Patrick isn’t messing around – he’s offering up to $1 million reward to anyone who provides real evidence of voter fraud

By Duncan Smith

Okay, so Texas isn’t the biggest state in the union, Alaska is (and by a lot). But that doesn’t mean they don’t things big in the Lone Star State.

As reports swirl of alleged vote fraud and voting irregularities during the 2020 elections and as President Donald Trump’s campaign continues to wage legal battles in battleground states contesting results, Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick is putting up big money to find out if fraud has really occurred.

As the left-wing ‘independent journalism’ outlet Texas Tribune reported:

Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick said Tuesday he is offering up to $1 million to “incentivize, encourage and reward” people for reports of voter fraud in Texas, even as there’s been no evidence of mass voter fraud and experts say it’s rare.

The Republican state leader’s crusade for proof of election problems in Texas comes as members of his own party dominated up and down the ballot.

Patrick said that anyone who provides information that leads to a conviction will receive at least $25,000. The money will come from Patrick’s campaign fund, according to spokesperson Sherry Sylvester.

‘I support President Trump’s efforts to identify voter fraud in the presidential election and his commitment to making sure that every legal vote is counted and every illegal vote is disqualified,” Patrick said in a statement. ‘The delays in counting mail-in ballots in other states raises more questions about voter fraud and potential mistakes.’

We don’t know about you, but frankly we’re pretty sick and tired of seeing media outlets irresponsibly claim ‘there is no evidence of widespread vote fraud’ without bothering to ever contact the Trump campaign to ask about their reams of evidence suggesting just that — widespread vote fraud.

And even today, presidential lawyer Rudy Giuliani said the campaign has been contacted by whistleblowers with Dominion Voting Systems, which manufactures electronic ballot machines that are at the center of a growing controversy involving changed ballots.

So, when all the dust settles and we have all seen just how widespread it is, maybe then the mainstream media will have to finally admit it.

But of course, that won’t happen.

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