- Sep 18, 2011
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- New Mexico
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Cons scream voter fraud but anytime there's any found, it seems it a republican. This one just happens to be right out of the previous white house administration.
- North Carolina authorities have opened an investigation into possible voter fraud by Mark Meadows when he was serving as White House chief of staff to then-President Donald Trump.
- Meadows claimed in 2020 that his legal residence was a mobile home, which The New Yorker magazine says he never owned or apparently ever stayed at.
- “The allegations in this case involve potential crimes committed by a government official,” wrote Macon County DA Ashley Hornsby Welch in a letter to the state attorney general’s office.
- Trump, who lost his bid for re-election to President Joe Biden, has falsely claimed since that he was swindled out of a second term in the White House by widespread ballot fraud in several swing states.