Did Roy Cooper Bury 2010 Election Fraud Case as NC Attorney General?

RALEIGH – It’s a well-worn truth that most politicians will do what benefits them without hesitation, even if that means directly conflicting with their past statements and actions. Congressional Democrats and border walls, for instance. We might be adding another example of this under Gov. Roy Cooper’s file – records indicate that when a 2010 election fraud case was referred to then-attorney general Roy Cooper for prosecution, he did nothing.

Fast forward to the elections of 2018, and Roy Cooper has been a lead vocalist in the chorus on the Left calling for the book to be thrown at the campaign of Republican Mark Harris over allegations of absentee ballot fraud.

Good question – why did Cooper’s agency not prosecute this case?


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