BREAKING: Tuesday, Jan. 24, Texas State Sen. Bob Hall proposed a new “election integrity bill.” The bill is currently being drafted in the Legislative Council during the state’s 88th legislative session.
In a two minute video, Sen. Hall (District 2) details the fundamental flaws in Texas elections and briefly explains the goals of his new bill proposal. The full transcript of his video speech is below.
“The 88th Texas Legislature is in session, and to claim that we have honest and accurate elections in Texas is as big of a lie as claiming we have secure borders. There are only two things that we actually know about our elections.”
“Some unknown number of people showed up to vote, and the government announced the winners. No one elected to office today could prove in a court of law that their election was the will of the people.”
“We must make sure that our elections are honest and accurate. There must be transparency, accountability and accuracy in the election process. That’s why I am introducing a senate bill to completely restructure our election process.”
“Our current computer election process is a true black box operation. There is no transparency or accountability, and the accuracy is unknowable because of issues like excessive mail-in ballots, unknown computer software, voting machines connected to the internet, a weak chain of custody, county-wide voting and no meaningful audits of the results.”
“You can never be sure of the accuracy and integrity of our elections. I want to stop these election processes like computer programming and overdone ‘ballot by mail,’ which can contribute to inaccurate results.”
“I want our elections in Texas to be honest and fair. My senate bill will create a voting process that would ensure election integrity. Call your state senator and representative today, and encourage him or her to co-sponsor this senate bill.”
“I’m Senator Bob Hall, saying, ‘Thank you for your support of honest and accurate elections.’”
In the words of Steven Hotze, M.D., “Elections in Texas… are being stolen by an organized criminal political element.”
If Sen. Hall’s bill catches the eyes of enough exasperated citizens, and those citizens pressure enough co-sponsors, maybe something will actually be done about voter fraud in Texas.
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