Texas Bombshell: Election Official Admits Non-Citizens Voting
In Texas, undercover video provided by Project Veritas exposes at least one election official who openly declares that they have “tons” of non-citizens voting in the Lone Star State.
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A Project Veritas journalist approached election official Deborah Brooks-Wims, claiming her boyfriend is a non-citizen who has a driver’s license.
Take a look at what transpired.
“So let’s just say that my boyfriend is a DREAMer, but he’s registered to vote,” the undercover journalist says. “He just needs his ID, right?”
“If he has his ID, that’s all he needs,” Brooks-Wims responds. If he’s registered.”
“Right. It doesn’t matter if he’s not a citizen?” the undercover journalist asks.
“No! No…if he’s registered, he has a…honey, it might not be that he’s registered,” the official states. “If he’s giving you all this trouble it may not be that he’s registered.”
The journalist then goes on to emphasize that the only way her “boyfriend” was able to obtain a driver’s license was by being a DACA recipient.
That doesn’t hinder Brooks-Wims in the least. In fact, she is clear that a non-citizen who shows up with a license can vote!
“Bring it up here, that’s his ID, show it to them, and then he can vote,” she said.
If that wasn’t enough, poll worker Pam Nash said, “We got tons of ’em.”
Contrast these women’s statements with Texas Election Code 63.012. The code “makes it illegal for a poll worker to permit an ineligible voter to vote.”
This is a pretty serious crime. Will this woman be arrested?
As we previously reported, Texas has a closely watched race for US Senate between Ted Cruz and “Beto” O’Rourke.
Couple that with the claims of these people working the polls and you have a massive amount of corruption taking place in the state of Texas.
Is Ted Cruz and others being setup for a massive amount of voter fraud in the 2018 midterms? It sure looks like it.