Following his acquittal by the Texas State Senate, Attorney General Ken Paxton is finally allowed to come out from under the court-imposed gag order on him and tell his side of the story. The Texas House of Representatives, working with Karl Rove and the Bush dynasty, successfully impeached Paxton last summer. He was just acquitted on all 16 fake charges and sat down for his first interview with Tucker Carlson.
One of the reasons why the Uni-Party tried to take Paxton out is because he is the only elected Republican attorney general in the entire country who has been prosecuting voter fraud cases.
One of the most striking things that jumps out about Paxton when he talks about voter fraud or anything else is how incredibly down to earth he is. He comes across as a totally normal guy, and not a politician. He doesn’t have that fake, plastic falseness that we hear from so many elected people, including guys like Texas Governor Gregg Abbott or Sen. John Cornyn. He’s a voice of reason when it comes to the whole voter fraud issue.
Once impeachment charges were filed against him in the House, Paxton was no longer allowed to carry out his duties as Texas Attorney General. He was effectively shut down and wasn’t even allowed to go to his office. And under the gag order that was placed on him, he wasn’t even allowed to talk about his case. He was basically suspended from duty until now.
During the 2020 election, Paxton was convinced that a massive, organized voter fraud ring was trying to subvert the election. He believed that mail-in ballots were the lynchpin of this plan. County registrars in Texas were trying to unilaterally rewrite the law, so they could send everyone on the voter rolls a mail-in ballot. Paxton sued the 12 liberal counties where this effort was under way and won 12 out of 12 lawsuits. If Paxton had not done that, he believes that the Democrats would have stolen the election for Joe Biden in Texas.
Paxton understands that fraud is baked right into the cake when it comes to mail-in ballots. The way that mail-in voting is set up makes it impossible to prosecute. There’s also nothing even vaguely close to proper chain of custody when it comes to mail-in ballots. Think about how many people handle a mail-in ballot.
A ballot gets sent from the registrar’s office to the post office. Multiple people might handle it from there before it even gets to your mailman. The ballot may or may not even end up in your mailbox on the first attempt. How often do you get mail that belongs to one of your neighbors, or vice versa? It happens every week in my neighborhood. Assuming that the ballot even gets to you, you fill it out, sign it and send it back in. Another postal worker takes it back to the post office. Then it gets sent back to the clerk’s office. Anywhere between six and eight people might handle a mail-in ballot. There’s no chain of custody at all.
Not to mention the fact that the postal workers’ union that endorsed Joe Biden in 2020 was also involved in the fraud. Ballots were mass mailed to everyone in many states, and many of those were fraudulent registrations. When the postal worker tries to deliver it, only to find that the ballot is address to a vacant lot, a DMV office, or some other location that’s obviously not a person’s residence, the ballot goes back to the post office, where it’s placed in an undeliverable tray. At the end of the day, that undeliverable tray of ballots disappears—only to be sent back in with votes cast for Joe Biden.
If voter fraud is a myth and it does not exist, then why has Ken Paxton’s office prosecuted more than 900 cases of voter fraud since the 2020 election? Texas is a red state that didn’t even have mass mail-in ballots in 2020, thanks to Paxton. If they had 900 cases there, imagine how many there were in states like Georgia, Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Arizona.
Paxton gives the calmest and most reasonable explanation of voter fraud that you will ever hear in this interview. This is also why they tried to take him out.