If there’s one thing we learned about the presidential election last year, it’s that liberals will do whatever it takes to win. In 2016 there were numerous accounts of voter fraud taking place, which involved Hillary supporters voting multiple times and buses of people being transported into key swing counties in order to throw the vote. As former Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore still refuses to concede and has now filed a lawsuit into alleged fraud, now another investigation into an Alabama state official has revealed something incredibly disturbing–and at least one person is on the way to prison.
During Alabama State Senate race, all the signs of voter fraud were there. In a shocking eleventh-hour order, the Alabama Supreme Court ruled that counties in Alabama could destroy voting records in the Roy Moore-Doug Jones race, going against the longstanding rule that these counties preserve the records and the integrity of the race. Another sign of voter fraud came after the election, when several liberal morons bragged that they had “come from all over the country to vote for Doug Jones.
But that was only the tip of the iceberg.
Not long ago, former Alabama Secretary of State Nancy Worley turned herself into the Montgomery County Jail after a grand jury indicted her on election fraud. She is being charged with 5 felonies and 5 misdemeanors that could put her behind bars for a quite a long time. This indicates four long years of stacking the deck against Republicans, which explains how a red state like Alabama suddenly “turned blue” during the Jones-Moore race.
The indictment charges that Worley broke that law when she wrote a letter to her employees with the words underlined saying, “I want to ask for your support and your vote in the Democratic Primary Election.”
“Aside from it being illegal it just seems wrong for an elected official to request money or other kinds of campaign support from their subordinates because of that employer – employee relationship that could be coercive just by its very nature,” said Ed Packard, who initially filed the complaint.
He points to other items Worley sent the employees like a bumper sticker and an envelope to volunteer or request a yard sign. Packard says his complaint represents a number of workers who were reluctant to do anything about it.
“I didn’t have any reluctance to file a complaint because I believe it takes people standing up and doing the right thing if we expect the right things to happen,” he said.
The rules are blatantly clear. But liberals don’t care, as each election cycle they continue to break these rules in order to keep themselves in power. Worley is in currently in hiding, refusing to go on camera after being caught breaking federal law.