BLADEN COUNTY – The most egregious action taken by the State Board of Elections isn’t so much the investigation into the Harris campaign, but their inaction when those investigations undoubtedly turned up a heaping pile of election shenanigans on the other side. It’s almost as if the Democrat-led Boards didn’t care as much about fraud on the Left as they did on the Right.
In fact, they may have even offered the Democratic fraudsters the benefit of inside info so as to avoid detection.
From WBTV Charlotte:
“The President of the Bladen County Improvement Association says he was tipped off that the North Carolina State Board of Elections would be investigating McCrae Dowless and absentee ballot programs in Bladen County during the 2018 election cycle.
In an exclusive interview with WBTV, BCIA President Horace Munn says he received the tip before the 2018 primary. Shortly after getting the tip, he said, he told investigators with the North Carolina State Board of Elections that his organization would not take part in an absentee ballot program that year. […]”
So someone with inside knowledge apparently felt a need to let the Bladen County Democrats know so that they could lay low. Who could that someone be?
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We know that former Board of Election members, chairmen even, are from that area declared there had been “unfortunate activities” going on down there for quite some time. Everyone down there knows those activities are just as much, if not more, on the Left. But if both sides are caught, it’s much harder to foil an election in your favor, so it’s better to make sure your side is aware of the watchful eyes from Raleigh.
Read the rest of the revealing report from WBTV here.
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