OUTRAGE After Texas Community Sets Up Hotline To Report Voter Fraud


In an attempt to quell massive voter fraud, a political consultant in Tarrant County, Texas decided to setup an Election Integrity Tip Hotline so people could report possible incidences of illegal voting. Sounds like a good idea, right?


Not to Democratic state representative Ramon Romero, according to the Star-Telegram.

He condemned the hotline as “a systematic and deliberate attempt to suppress votes in the Latino community, specifically attacking the elderly."

Wait, what? Reporting voter fraud is voter suppression? And what does it have to do with the elderly?

Do you have any clue what he's talking about?

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