A republican voter for the loser trump in Pennsylvania was convicted of casting a ballot for his dead mother, whatever happened to the reward money offered by Texas' Dan Patrick?
In the wake of donald trump's massive defeat six months ago, Republicans launched a desperate and pathetic search for "illegally" cast ballots to help justify the GOP's tinhat conspiracy theories. But despite all the hysterical rhetoric, only a handful of legitimate frauds have been found, and all involve Republicans casting illegal ballots for Trump on behalf of dead relatives.
Weeks before Election Day, republican Bruce Bartman mailed his mother's absentee ballot with a check mark next to President Donald Trump's name. The problem was, his mother had been dead since 2008. Bartman, 70, pleaded guilty on Friday to a charge of felony perjury and unlawful voting — and blamed his decision to cast the fraudulent ballot on consuming too many false claims promulgated by republican "news" sources about the election. Expressing regret for his crime, the Pennsylvanian conceded, "I listened to too much propaganda and made a stupid mistake."
In addition to the fraud perpetuated by the republican Bartman, two other republican men in Pennsylvania were caught fraudulently voting for trump, Ralph Thurman of Chester County tried to cast his son's vote and Richard Lynn of Luzerne County attempted to obtain an absentee ballot for his deceased mother. All three of these traitorous criminals need to be severely punished with many years in prison.
A couple of days after Joe Biden soundly thumped trump, republican Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick announced that he'd
pay up to $1 million as a reward to those who could produce proof of voter fraud. Time to pay up, that is unless he tries to weasel and welsh his way out of his promise. Will this lying liar pay or not?