Wednesday, April 13, 2022

Mark Meadows Booted From NC Voter Rolls

Former Trump's White House Chief of Staff, Mark Meadows (R), was Booted from North Carolina Voter Rolls, after Registering Illegaly in North Carolina, and Voting in Virginia in 2021.

The move comes amid a State Investigation into his Registration and Questions of possible Voter Fraud. The former North Carolina Congressman was Registered to Vote at a Mobile Home where he'd never stayed. On April 11th, Meadows was Booted from the Voter Rolls, after State Attorney General, Josh Stein (D), launched an Investigation into his Voter Registration in North Carolina.

"Macon County administratively removed the voter registration of Mark Meadows under [state law] as he lived in Virginia and last voted in the 2021 election there," said Pat Gannon, a Spokesman for the North Carolina Elections Board.

In September 2020, Meadows listed a Mobile Home in Scaly Mountain, North Carolina, as his Primary place of Residence, despite the Home's former Owner, saying that the former Congressman "never spent a night in there." If true, that would mean Meadows potentially committed Voter Fraud, under North Carolina Law.

"I've made a lot of improvements," the Mobile Home's New Owner, Ken Abele, said, "But when I got it, it was not the kind of place you'd think the chief of staff of the president would be staying."

Meadows sold hisHhome in Sapphire, North Carolina in 2020, and also maintains a Condo in Virginia, with his wife. State Voting Records show that his wife Debra is still Registered to Vote at the Mobile Home.

Meadows became Trump's Chief of Staff, in March 2020, after serving in Congress since 2013.

He's also become One of the Central Figures, in the January 6 Committee's Investigation into the Capitol Riot, with recently-revealed Text Exchanges between Meadows and both Ginni Thomas, the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, and Donald Trump Jr., raising New Questions about his Actions leading up to the Attack.

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