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Republican Mark Harris Going To Court On Election Fraud Charges, Vote Tampering Evidence Has Surfaced

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That’s right. Sorry, folks, but it is now officially 2019 and we are still banging on about those midterm elections from November of last year. It is not without good reason, though – shocking details are still emerging about the extent of the voter fraud that seems to have been committed by Republicans up and down the country during that election cycle, with the latest story concerning Republican Mark Harris of North Carolina and the strange story of the affidavits that mysteriously went missing (to GOP electoral benefit, of course). WSOCTV reports:

In a sworn affidavit, Callie Locklear, a Robeson County democrat, said she decided to bring her sealed ballot envelope to an early voting location. According to the affidavit, when Locklear arrived at the location, a man standing outside was collecting ballot envelopes. Locklear said in the affidavit she did not know the man personally, but the man offered to deliver her sealed ballot to county elections officials inside. Locklear took the man up on the offer.

In another affidavit, Stephanie Page, a Robeson County democrat, said a man came to her home and offered to deliver her absentee ballot to county elections officials. Page wrote in the affidavit that she did not know the man personally, but gave him the envelope.

In a third affidavit, Melissa Williams, a Bladen County democrat, said a woman came to her home and also offered to deliver her ballot to officials. Like Page and Locklear, Williams wrote she did not know the woman. Williams wrote in the affidavit that she provided the woman with her unsealed absentee ballot envelope. All three women said in their affidavits that they requested the absentee ballots.

State law prohibits absentee ballot collection in these ways and it’s unclear what happened to the votes. Two people interviewed by Channel 9 earlier this month said McCrae Dowless paid them to pick up absentee ballots. After picking up the ballots, the women told Channel 9 they delivered the ballots to Dowless, but are unsure if all of the ballots were mailed to elections officials.

“What he did with them, I don’t know,” Ginger Eason said. “That’s on him. I just picked them up and delivered them to him.” It’s unclear who the people are that handled the three women’s ballots. It’s also unclear if these ballots were handed to the same people or if these people were working for McCrae Dowless. Dowless declined an interview with state investigators and an attorney for Dowless said he denies wrongdoing.

In another affidavit released by the NCSBE Sunday, the Bladen County democratic party chairman said he heard Dowless told former Bladen Elections Director Cynthia Shaw that he “had a new trick”, which involved throwing the absentee ballots in the trash.

Believe me when I say that somebody is going to jail for this. We are supposed to live in a democracy, and this is the stuff of Putin’s Russia, not the United States of America. If we actually let these people get away with these disgraceful acts, then it truly is the end of days.


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