Patrick Recruits Informants in Quest
for Dirt on Joe Biden Election Heist
November 11, 2020
Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick launched a high-dollar search on Tuesday for evidence of voter fraud that President Donald Trump loyalists like himself say was rampant in the 2020 general election.
Patrick vowed to dish out up to $1 million for help in an attempt to bolster the fallen president's narrative about the job being stolen from him in the most sophisticated and sensational scheme ever hatched on the earth.
Patrick promised to pay bounties of $25,000 at least for help in tracking down dirt on Democrats that leads to arrests and actual convictions for crimes of electoral corruption that the president has alleged without backing up in a quest to have the American election overturned at the courthouse.
The Republican state Senate president didn't mention whether he thinks the Trump plan to undermine the mail vote with chaos that he ordered at the post office is a deed in a league with the ostensible transgressions that he's attempting to uncover with the enlistment of "whistleblowers and tipsters" with prize money as bait.
But Patrick and other top Trump Texas surrogates were having trouble getting their stories straight on Tuesday in the unprecedented attempt to have the incumbent president declared as the winner in an election that he lost exactly like he'd been predicting he would for weeks.
Patrick's creation of a bounty pool is a sign that the Trump team is desperate for evidence to prove the epic conspiracy that he'd envisioned and described before any votes were cast.
But Patrick could be throwing money away with the recruitment of paid informants who've been coming out of the woodwork with incriminating info if you believe Texas GOP Chairman Allen West's claims in recent days.
West and Patrick both are focused on complaints from GOP poll watchers who claim
Democrats made it harder for them to do their jobs in the Texas ballot tally.
The Trump duo's threats of legal action in Texas is curious at best in light of the fact that the president beat Biden here by almost 6 percentage points and Republicans fared substantially better than they'd expected on the Texas House and congressional battlefields.