June 17, 2024

RNC Co-chair Puts Election Cheaters on Notice

Ever since the Trump campaign took over the Republican National Committee, leadership has been adamant that it will push Donald Trump’s election fraud narrative.

Co-chair Lara Trump and the RNC have delivered on that promise with a slew of election lawsuits.

Lara Trump told the audience at a recent Turning Point event that “this year is the year we do it” regarding catching and prosecuting cheaters.

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The fight for election integrity has been at the heart of the Trump campaign since he came down that escalator to launch the 2016 campaign.

Some say it was a built-in excuse to protect Trump if he lost, while others say there are some real issues to fix in our elections.

I am somewhere in the middle. I have long believed that election fraud has impacted local elections, and it is proven in almost every cycle.

Unfortunately, it often takes years to litigate and prove, and we find out a decade later that some random judge in Philadelphia who won his election by five votes had 12 votes fraudulently cast in his favor.

Even if there is not enough election fraud to change the outcome of a national election, we still need to fight it because, with all the technology we have today, there is simply no reason for a single fraudulent vote to be cast.

To that point, Lara Trump told the crowd, “We are also sending a loud and clear message out there to anyone who thinks about cheating in an election.

“If you cheat in an election, we will find you, we will track you down and we will prosecute you to the full extent of the law.”

One of the biggest issues that the RNC needs to tackle, and something it is fighting, is the acceptance of ballots after the election.

Some states now allow ballots to be postmarked within days of the election instead of requiring a deadline of election day.

I have zero problem with early voting, and with so many states literally giving voters weeks to get to the polls, no vote should be counted after election day.

Vote early, or fill out the form and get it in the mail so it can be received by election day, or risk losing your vote.

It’s that simple.

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