Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick Pays Out $25, 000 To Democrat For Republican Voter Fraud - Cnnpolitics

Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick Pays Out $25, 000 To Democrat For Republican Voter Fraud - Cnnpolitics

Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick pays out $25,000 to Democrat who reported Republican voter fraud

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10/23/2021 4:35:00 AM

Republican Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick has paid out a $25,000 reward to a Democrat in Pennsylvania who reported a man for voting twice

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DanPatrick you owe me $25k oh, the irony, the irony...... 🤣🤣🤣 I wish you paid that kind of money to me haha We had only 5 incidence of fraudulent ballots in PA and the Republicans were entirely responsible in all 5 cases. Democrats had 0 fradulent ballots. That's a super clean and well run election. Congrats PA election officials.

Texas lt. gov. pays up $25,000 bounty for voter fraud case (committed by a Trump voter)Rachel Maddow revisits the bounties offered by Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick for cases of voter fraud, which most people assumed was just a stunt, and talks with Eric Frank, a Pennsylvania poll worker whose report of a Trump voter trying to vote twice led to a voter fraud conviction, and who has now received a check for $25,000 from Patrick's campaign. How ironic So there WAS fraud? In the most secure election in history?

Texas GOP Lt. Gov. 'Not A Mandate Guy' Despite Supporting Vaccination Mandate PreviouslyDan Patrick, Texas' lieutenant governor, supported a vaccine mandate for college students as a state legislator in 2009. That wasn’t gene therapy Oh that DanPatrickTX Whichever way the wind blows

Sonia Sotomayor Issues Scathing Dissent After Supreme Court Refuses to Block Texas Abortion Ban“Every day the Court fails to grant relief is devastating, both for individual women and for our constitutional system as a whole,” the justice wrote. The court will hold oral arguments… 'A total shock. Certainly something we didn't expect from the always unpredictable Sotomayor.' Said no one, anywhere.

U.S. Supreme Court takes up challenge to Texas abortion banThe U.S. Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear on Nov. 1 a challenge to a Texas law that imposes a near-total ban on the procedure and lets private citizens enforce it - a case that could dramatically curtail abortion access in the United States if the justices endorse the measure's unique design. another propaganda line out of the leftist narrative. If these strong and independent women controlled their own bodies this wouldn't be an issue. That republican club of the six justices needs or want to do a redo, they did not envision the push back from the nation, the days are gone when you think you can take a woman’s right away and they sit back and say , more can I have more, please!!

Supreme Court to quickly take up challenge to Texas abortion lawThe Supreme Court has decided to leave the law in place in the meantime and will hear oral arguments in the case in early November. MeetThePress I have a bad feeling about this case and Roe v. Wade in general. This is a done deal in the backroom with Gorsuch, Kavanagh, Barrett, Thomas and Alito there will be no more abortions in America. Watch!! MeetThePress Why the delay? Kavanaugh and Coney Barrett both lied about their pasts in hearings but also agreed Roe v Wade is settled law. No more perjury from those two, or we will impeach them from seats they should not be in.

Supreme Court to take up Texas abortion law but declines to block itJustice Sonia Sotomayor's dissent on the Supreme Court taking up Texas abortion law, but declining to block it: 'every day the Court fails to grant relief i S devastating, both for individual women and for our constitutional system as a whole.' horrible Not true...now stop eating so many Twinkies Sonya. The question is, do you think women are intelligent enough to make decisions on child birth? Do they need some guy with a funny belt buckle to weigh in on this personal matter?