Texas Attorney General Investigating Voter Fraud Operation Following Project Veritas Exposé

Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R) on Wednesday said his office contacted the state’s Attorney General’s office about O’Keefe’s undercover video of a ballot chaser bribing voters and getting paid thousands of dollars to help Joe Biden get elected.

“An investigation will determine if voter fraud has occurred. If so, it will be prosecuted,” Governor Abbott said.

“Voter fraud won’t be tolerated in Texas,” he added.

Project Veritas on Wednesday released undercover footage of a ballot chaser admitting to conducting massive voter fraud to help elect Joe Biden.

The new video is the second part to a bombshell undercover investigation into a Texas “Republican” consultant who was caught on camera violating both Texas and federal laws by coercing and bribing voters into voting Democrat, which was released on Tuesday.

In the new footage, Raquel Rodriguez, a consultant for GOP House candidate Mauro Garza, admits that she will be making about $55,000 to change 5,000 votes, as rigging the election will cost “five to eight dollars per vote.” She also admitted that “some of my Republicans are precinct chairs that cannot be known… they want to help Biden.”

Rodriguez stated that she is getting paid to help Republicans who want to flip votes for Biden, saying “yeah, that’s what I’m doing. That’s exactly what I’m getting paid to do.”

In Tuesday’s video, Rodriguez was seen providing a gift to an elderly woman after coercing her into changing her vote and helping her change the ballot.

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