Friday, May 14, 2021

TX Lt. Governor Offers Reward of Voter Fraud Evidence

A couple of days after Joe Biden was declared the President-Elect, Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick (R) announced that he'd be willing to Yay up to $1 Million as a Reward to those who could produce Evidence of Voter Fraud.

Barry Morphew, who is Charged with First-Degree Murder in Connection with the Death of his Wife, who remains Missing.

But he is also accused of Submitting a Ellegal Ballot for her in the 2020 November Presidential Election.

Suzanne Morphew was last seen in May 2020, and while she has Not been Found, the Chaffee County Sheriff's Office (CCSO), announced earlier this month, the Arrest of her husband, Barry, and said they believe Suzanne is no longer Alive, and he was charged with First-Degree Murder.

Barry Morphew also allegedly Submitted a Ballot on behalf of the Wife he allegedly killed. Her Ballot was submitted without a Signature, a Requirement in Colorado's Vote-by-Mail System, but it included his Name as a Witness.

According to the Arrest Affidavit, asked why he Submitted the Ballot for his Missing-and-presumed-Dead Wife, Barry Morphew said, "Just because I wanted Trump to win.... I just thought give him [Trump] another vote."

He added, according to the Affidavit, that he believed "all these other guys are cheating."

Following up on Five other Cases of voting for Trump by People Voting for Dead Relatives, I expect Republicans and other Opponents of Voting Rights to say, "See? Voter fraud is real after all, which means sweeping new voter-suppression laws are fully justified."

But that's backwards. What stories like these actually help show is that Fraud is extremely Rare, and when would-be Criminals try to Cheat, the Existing System is Strong enough to Catch them and Charge them.

This doesn't prove the need for New Voter-Suppression Laws. Iit helps prove the oposite.

As for Texas' Dan Patrick, we've now seen examples of Trump Voters allegedly casting Ballots on behalf of Dead Relatives.

If Patrick Wwants to send me a Check, my Charity in Kenya, Community Focus Group, I promise to apply the Money to the Community Center Building Fund.

NYC Wins When Everyone Can Vote! Michael H. Drucker

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