On Tuesday, residents in Harris County, Texas attended the Commissioners Court meeting to discuss the chronic issues with the Harris County elections on November 8, 2022, conducted by the Elections Administrator.
It can be recalled that Texas Governor Greg Abbott on Monday called for an investigation into “widespread problems” with Harris County elections last week.
One Harris County race, in particular, is raising eyebrows.
Corrupt Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo ‘won’ her reelection by nearly 16,000 votes against a popular Republican opponent.
Hidalgo’s top three staffers are under indictment and law enforcement booed her during a commissioners’ court meeting last month.
Republicans spent millions to unseat Lina Hidalgo, but she still somehow won her reelection.
“I’m calling for an investigation into the widespread problems with the Harris County elections last Tuesday,” Abbott said.
“The allegations of election improprieties in our state’s largest county may result from anything ranging from malfeasance to blatant criminal conduct,” he added.
“Integrity in the election process is essential. Voters in Harris County deserve to know what happened.”
Below is the full statement:
Governor Greg Abbott today called for an investigation into the widespread problems with Harris County’s elections last Tuesday. Voters in Harris County were frustrated by confusion and delays including missing keys, insufficient paper ballots in Republican precincts, staffing problems, and more.
“I’m calling on the Secretary of State, the Attorney General’s Office, and the Texas Rangers to initiate investigations into allegations of improprieties in the way that the 2022 elections were conducted in Harris County,” said Governor Abbott. “The allegations of election improprieties in our state’s largest county may result from anything ranging from malfeasance to blatant criminal conduct. Voters in Harris County deserve to know what happened. Integrity in the election process is essential. To achieve that standard, a thorough investigation is warranted.”
Gerry Monroe, often known as “The 5 Star General,” criticized Commissioner Rodney Ellis at Tuesday’s meeting and accused him of engaging in fraudulent activity during the election.
Gerry Monroe (Republican Party) ran for election to the Texas House of Representatives to represent District 131. He lost in the general election on November 8, 2022.
“I know how you manufacture votes. I know how you leave the votes in the machines. I know how you do it. And the thing is, we’re not crazy,” said Monroe.
“Your election administrator can violate the law, and nothing is done. You can’t ask the DA to do anything about these people because the voter harvesters worked on her campaign.”
“I ain’t going to hide anything from what I feel is the worst criminal that I’ve ever laid eyes on in two years. Mr. Ellis, I know you’re back there watching me. It’s me versus you, and I’m going to drag you like a Persian rule.”
“We are sick and tired of that n*gga there. And guess what? It’s going to be us to take that N*gro out,” Monroe concluded.
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