President Trump Issues Stern Warning For Anyone Engaging In Voter Fraud

DC: resident Trump on Saturday tweeted a warning to people engaged in voter fraud, stating that those found guilty would be subject to “both civil and criminal” penalties.

“All levels of government and Law Enforcement are watching carefully for VOTER FRAUD, including during EARLY VOTING,” Trump tweeted. “Cheat at your own peril. Violators will be subject to maximum penalties, both civil and criminal!”

President Trump’s belief that thousands if not millions engaged in voter fraud during the 2016 election led to the founding of a commission to investigate the issue, but it was dissolved in January amidst difficulties obtaining cooperation from several states, each of which has different rules government elections.  MORE

13 Comments on President Trump Issues Stern Warning For Anyone Engaging In Voter Fraud

  1. Public executions…

    We are at war and they are attacking the foundation of America.

    “Of the people, by the people, for the people.”

  2. Right or left and more often LEFT than right.
    The Democrats have along document history whining about Voter Fraud and Voter ID all while they LEGALLY have been proven to be the Violators time and time again.

    Less any of you forget it was the Democrats in many states that held up Military Absentee ballots coming in from military bases in war zones. Trying to get Kerry elected and later to help keep Obama supporters in office.

  3. This is one of the most meaningful things President Trump could possibly pursue.

    The more public the punishment, the better. These creeps are stealing your vote.

  4. LadyGun, they are indeed!
    Being they were down in Dallas, it really surprised me that they were prosecuted at all. Dallas/Fort Worth, along with Houston and Austin, is becoming a liberal $#!t-hole! Too many Proglasite expats fleeing the mess they made in their own states, and bringing it with them. Really wish we would amend TX & U.S. Constitutions to require new people in the state to be U.S. citizens, TX state residents for 7yrs before they can vote in state-wide/local elections, and for 15yrs before they can hold any elective office in the state. ‘Skin in the game’, for Texas, not outside agendas!

    BTW: today is day one for early voting in Texas…there was a goodly sized crowd standing in line with me, this morning, waiting for them to open the doors.


  5. I vote in an almost all black/hispanic precinct.
    For the primary, I was the third Republican vote on the list, multi sheets of Democrats.
    It will be interesting to see the R turnout.
    Hope there are more than 2 names before mine, this time.
    In my county even the conservatives run as Dims, if they want to get elected.
    The new sheriff, a hard right law and order kind of guy, ran as a Dim.
    He beat the black sheriff, you wouldn’t believe how much crime went down.


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