For months, RagingElephantsRadio.com has been covering the story of Texas election integrity being questioned. Quarters of activists inside and outside of the Texas liberty have openly said Texas election integrity is under assault, surreptitiously, as they work to bring what they’ve discovered to Texans.
One of the most vocal critics of what is perceived as a systematic dismantling of Texas Election Code safeguards to prevent and detect election fraud is State Sen. Bob Hall (R-Canton RER94).
In an exclusive interview with RagingElephantsRadio.com, Hall reported that only five Texas counties could arguably declare that their 2016 primary elections were conducted with the utmost integrity.
As was reported by Watchdog.org’s John Cassidy, following the March 1, 2016 it was discovered that over 1700 votes were counted in Hill County than voters that presented themselves to the polls. This directly impacted the primary race of State Rep. “Lord” Byron Cook (R-Corsicana RER56) who was victorious over LM candidate Thomas McNutt by a mere 222 votes.
The recommendation of Texas Director of Elections Keith Ingram, that the Cook race be investigated by the Office of the Texas Attorney General triggered further investigation by Hall connections. Election results in all 254 of the state were analyzed.
“There was an investigation, a data gathering analysis of all the rest of the counties, just to see how they stacked up in comparing the number votes cast, the number of ballots cast and the number of people that showed up at the polls. And, we had very disturbing results that came out of that” stated Hall.
“We found that in 249 of the 254 counties there was an incongruity. The numbers did not match between the numbers of people that were suppose to had been at the polls, and the numbers of votes cast.”
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