Today the House Elections Committee is holding a hearing on H.B. 6, the omnibus Election Protection Act, by Rep. Briscoe Cain.
Two prominent black conservatives from Houston will be testifying before this committee. They have experienced firsthand the Democrats’ massive election fraud schemes in Harris County. They will be naming the politicians who perpetrate vote fraud.
Expect a political bombshell to be dropped on the House Elections Committee today.
These two individuals know where all the bones are buried and where the shovels are.
The Republican legislators need to adopt strong Election Protection legislation that will Stop Vote Fraud. H.B. 6 is a good move in the right direction, but it does not ensure that the common means of vote fraud can be stopped.
Rep. Tom Oliverson has come to the rescue. He has introduced H.B. 3080 that focuses on a biometric voter registration system based upon fingerprints and other biometrics. To perfect the legislation to prevent vote fraud there are three elements that must be associated with each vote.
- A unique voter ID number.
- A biometric measurement, using fingerprints, handprints, or eye biometrics.
- A unique blockchain attached to each paper ballot vote cast.
Many Republican legislators are uninformed about how to enhance election protection and stop vote fraud using biometrics and blockchain. Many will simply follow the directions of the “leadership” on what election bills to support, without having done their homework on this crucial issue.
We must be watchful that the Republican “leadership” in the legislature does not push an election protection bill that does not get the job done to ensure election protection and stop vote fraud.
Rep. Tom Oliverson
H.B. 3080, by Rep. Oliverson, will be laid out in the House Elections Committee next Thursday, April 8, 2021.
It is especially important for you to contact your Republican legislator and tell him to support H.B. 3080 which would adopt the use of unique voter biometrics, and a unique blockchain attached to each unique voter ID. Phony, fraudulent voter registration, fraudulent applications for ballots by mail, fraudulent ballots by mail and false in person voting is the way vote fraud is committed. H.B. 3080 would prevent these types of vote fraud.
Send your State Representative and State Senator a message to support strong election protection legislation and include the use of biometrics and blockchain to prevent vote fraud. Use the following link to send your legislator a message: