Voting fraud anywhere is fraud everywhere
State Democrats’ Statement: SC ATTORNEY GENERAL CALLED TO INVESTIGATE SC ELECTION FRAUD.
“ The Chairs of the House Judiciary and Senate Judiciary committees should open investigations immediately to catch those committing election fraud in SC…”
COLUMBIA — South Carolinians are asking Attorney General Alan Wilson, Senator Luke Rankin, Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee and Representative Chris Murphy, Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee to open and conduct full investigations into election and voter fraud in South Carolina.
This is the logical step after learning that numerous members of the SC Congressional Legislative Delegation plan to oppose the Electoral College because of their concerns relating to fraud and Attorney General Wilson’s decision to join a Texas lawsuit seeking to overturn the 2020 Presidential Election in the Supreme Court.
In a statement posted online, Attorney General Wilson, claims he is “committed to protecting our voters against disenfranchisement as well as ensuring election integrity.”
“You can’t claim election fraud in only places you lost. My guess is the reason the SC Members of the Delegation are screaming about election fraud is because they know how to commit fraud - so let’s find it. We agree with Attorney General Wilson that free and fair elections are the foundation of democracy, said SCDP Chair Trav Robertson, Jr. “This is why in this moment we need AG Wilson to conduct a full audit of South Carolina’s voting and election systems, a bipartisan project able to eliminate voter doubts about fraud.”
Election integrity remains a top priority for South Carolina Democrats seeking to end voter suppression in the State.
ALSO STATE: Gov. Henry McMaster to Announce GEER Fund Allocation
COLUMBIA – Governor Henry McMaster will be joined by state agency directors and others to announce an allocation from the Governor’s Education Emergency Relief (GEER) Fund tomorrow, Tuesday, January 5 at 11:00 AM.
GEER funds, provided to states through the CARES Act, are to be allocated by the governor to state agencies and other entities that have a role in educating South Carolinians that have been adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
WHO: Gov. Henry McMaster
WHAT: Announcement of a GEER funds allocation
WHEN: Tomorrow, Tuesday, January 5th at 11:00 AM
WHERE: State House, first floor lobby, Columbia, S.C.