A Case of Voter Fraud and the Mysterious Burning Voter Supply Warehouse... (View Pictures!)
by TexasGOPVote on September 9, 2010 at 4:56 PM
On Tuesday, August 24th, Harris County Voter Registrar Leo Vasquez revealed findings of possible voter registration problems perpetrated by organizations targeting the Houston area.
“The integrity of the Voter Roll of Harris County, Texas, appears to be under an organized and systematic attack by the group operating under the name ‘Houston Votes,’” explained Vasquez. “Houston Votes is the voter registration machine of the ‘Texans Together Education Fund.’ Houston Votes and Texans Together have effectively emerged as our area’s new ‘ACORN’ organization.”
Coincidentally, just a few days after the voter fraud revelation, a Harris County warehouse containing an entire inventory of voting machines caught on fire. In a Pajamas Media article, Bryan Preston writes:
...In the overnight/early morning hours of Saturday, August 28, a warehouse in Houston burned down. Within the warehouse were all of Harris County’s 10,000 voting machines. They were a total loss. That they were insured doesn’t change the fact that they’re gone, and the county has been scrambling ever since to replace them. Working with the state government and other counties, Harris County is moving swiftly to replace the destroyed machines and has pledged that none of the Nov. 2 polling places will close because of the fire.
That’s not good enough for the Democrats. Rather than pull together and work with the county and the state to support the Apollo-level effort to maintain the vote, the Texas Democratic Party, controlled by a Washington activist, is suing Vasquez. But even more dangerous, the Democrats have used the occasion to call for the Justice Department to step in and “monitor” Harris County’s elections.
Think about that. This is the same Justice Department, led by Attorney General Eric Holder, that keeps trying to give al-Qaeda terrorists full access to civilian courts for trial...
TexasGOPVote investigated the site where the warehouse burned down. View pictures of the wreckage below: