The Media Has Demanded Evidence, Well Here It Is: Woman Charged With 134 Counts Of Election Fraud
Democrats and the media have claimed there is no evidence of voter fraud in the Presidential 2020 election, well here it is.
In Mexia, Texas a social worker has been charged with 134 counts of election fraud.
Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that this election Fraud Unit charged Kelly Reagan Brunner, a social worker employed at the Mexia State Supported Living Center, with 134 felony counts of “purportedly acting as an agent and of election fraud.”
Brunner allegedly filled out voter registration applications for 67 residents without their signature or consent, while claiming to be their agent.
In a statement Attorney General Paxton said:
“I strongly commend the Limestone County District Attorney’s Office, Sheriff’s Office, and Elections Office, as well as the Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Inspector General for their outstanding work on this case and their commitment to ensuring a free and fair Presidential election in the face of unprecedented voter fraud,” said Attorney General Paxton. “Registering citizens to vote or to obtain mail ballots without their consent is illegal.It is particularly offensive when individuals purport to be champions for disability rights, when in reality they are abusing our most vulnerable citizens in order to gain access to their ballots and amplify their own political voice. My office is prepared to assist any Texas county in combating this insidious form of fraud.”
In Texas, we will prosecute voter fraud to the fullest extent of the law. #electionfraud pic.twitter.com/SKH42ZeFRI
— Attorney General Ken Paxton (@KenPaxtonTX) November 7, 2020
If convicted she faces up to 10 years in prison.
Under Texas voter law, only a parent, spouse, or child who is a qualified voter of the county can be an agent in registering a person to vote, only after being appointed by that person to do so.
None of the SSLC patients gave consent to Brunner to act as their agent nor could she do so under the current Texas law.