Houston Texas Governor Dan Patrick announced Tuesday that he will pay up to $1 million from his campaign account to incentivize, encourage and reward people to come forward and report voter fraud anywhere in the country.
Patrick said in the press release: “The whistleblower and whistleblower should turn over their evidence to local law enforcement. Anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest and final conviction of voter fraud will be paid at least $25,000.”
Biden became president-elect last Saturday. When he exceeded 270 electoral votes, he predicted a victory in Pennsylvania, but Mr. Trump refused to acknowledge the legitimacy of the results reported by state electoral authorities.
Trump’s reelection campaign filed numerous complaints and affidavits in courts across the country, accusing the election of unfairness and voter fraud. So far, no court has confirmed any allegations or made any decision to overturn the election results.
Patrick said: “I support President Trump’s efforts to detect voter fraud in the presidential election and his commitment to ensure that every legal vote is counted and every illegal vote is disqualified.” “President Trump’s fraudulent voter fraud. Pursuit is not only vital to determining the outcome of this election, but also vital to maintaining our democracy and restoring confidence in future elections.”
In response to Patrick’s call, Pennsylvania Governor John Feitman is one of the states where Trump campaign laws are pending. He said on Twitter: “Hey, Governor Patrick-this is your counterpart in Pennsylvania. I want to collect You got a good pay for reporting voter fraud. I have a guy in Fort Forty, Pennsylvania, and he wants his dead mother to vote for Trump. I want to include my gift in the Sheetz gift card. PS. The cowboys are hit.”
Jim Clancy, the former chairman of the Texas Ethics Commission, said it might be inappropriate to use large rewards to help prove Trump’s unfounded claims of voter fraud.
Clancy said: “You can say that this is an in-kind donation to Donald Trump’s campaign. This is his problem.”
Patrick spokesperson Sherry Sylvester said the proposal is about voter fraud “regardless of the outcome of the election” and restoring public confidence in the election process.
Most Republicans refuse to congratulate Biden or refuse to push Trump to accept this result.
On Tuesday, President-elect Biden told Mr. Trump to refuse to admit “embarrassment” and went on to say: “How can I say this kind of tactful-I think it will be detrimental to the president’s legacy”