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ELECTION INTEGRITY, POLITICS
Texas Sheriff Refuses to Investigate Undeniable Election Fraud After Person Confesses to Police
There has been enough evidence of outright election fraud during the 2020 presidential to overturn the results. However, when anyone challenges the election, they’re censored or attacked as a conspiracy freak.
But with each new chunk of documentation, the obvious becomes crystal clear. Joe Biden and the liberal left stole the 2020 presidential election. The evidence that’s been revealed is enough to prove fraud by itself. But there are troves of proof that the left continues to bury.
One such incident happened in Tarrant County, Texas. Much of the proof of election fraud is actual video footage of cheating. This is another example of how “the camera doesn’t lie.” A Tarrant County sheriff’s body cam picked up a revealing conversation.
There’s over 11 minutes of footage, but a condensed two-minute clip is enough to shock anyone. The sheriff’s deputy asked a person named “Jackson” a series of questions. The officer asks, “So, who would actually give you the cash?”
The person was very specific. Jackson replies, “Stuart. Deborah gave me cash, too. Stuart gave me cash. Rubin gave me cash. Then they gave me bonuses, and they bought me a moped.” This individual was discussing cash payments for making illegal ballot box drops.
Democrat operatives were paid thousands of dollars to stuff drop boxes with illegal ballots. Every one of these ballots would be for Joe Biden. But the Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office has refused to investigate. They claim a “conflict of interest.”
How can a law enforcement agency assert a “conflict of interest” when entrusted with investigating an obvious crime? The individual recorded admitted to breaking Texas law. They should be arrested and prosecuted for election crimes.
Their reason is insane. The sheriff’s office claims that because Sheriff Bill Waybourn has endorsed candidates on the ballot, they insist it would be “inappropriate” for his office to investigate allegations of election fraud.
The person who is at the center of the controversy is Deborah Peoples. How ironic it is that Peoples is the Democrat Party candidate for county judge. This seems all-too convenient. So, because a liberal is endorsed by a liberal, the liberal sheriff refuses to investigate a crime.
What could possibly be wrong with that excuse? How about, everything is wrong with that excuse? And if that’s not enough insanity, how about this reasoning? Notifying the Texas Attorney General’s office is not an option.
The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals ruled that the Attorney General’s Office doesn’t have the authority to investigate election crimes. A local prosecutor must ask the highest ranking law enforcement officer in Texas before he can investigate a crime.