Democrats in Texas sure are a desperate bunch. They’re doing all that they can to try to make it possible to steal future elections from the will of the people.
Or, at least, it looks that way from here. Why else would they have fled from the state to try to prevent an election integrity bill from being voted on? After all, the election integrity bills being submitted in multiple states aren’t any stricter than election integrity laws already in place in states that consistently vote blue. I guess that means that Democrats only want “election integrity” if it doesn’t prevent them from overturning the will of the people.
That being the case, Democrats are going to hate a bill recently submitted in the Texas House. Jack Phillips writes,
A Texas House representative announced Monday he’s introducing a bill for a forensic audit of the most populous counties’ election results.
According to the text of House Bill 241, introduced by Republican state Rep. Steve Toth, forensic reviews of counties with more than 415,000 population should be carried out before Nov. 1, 2021, and they should be completed before Feb. 1, 2022.
“Not later than March 1, 2022,” the bill’s text states, “the independent third party conducting the audit under this section shall submit a report to the governor, lieutenant governor, speaker of the house of representatives, and each member of the legislature detailing any anomalies or discrepancies in voter data, ballot data, or tabulation.”
The counties that should be audited, according to the bill, include Harris, Dallas, Bexar, Tarrant, Collin, Travis, Denton, Hidalgo, Fort Bend, El Paso, Williamson, Montgomery, and Cameron.
It’s not clear whether the Republican-led Texas Legislature has the appetite for the sweeping audit, which would be one of the largest election reviews in U.S. history. The Epoch Times has contacted House Speaker Dade Phelan’s office and Republican Senate President Pro Tempore Donna Campbell for comment.
Now, it may be pretty unlikely that this audit will change any results of the last election in Texas, but what it will do is to help to expose vote fraud which could be happening in order to prevent it in future Texas elections. On the other hand, maybe this audit will change the balance of power in the Texas House to prevent Democrats from thinking that they can try to prevent Republicans from passing legislation that the people want.