Texas Nursing Home Worker Charged With 134 Counts Of Election Fraud

I have no idea WHO this apparent criminal voted for.

But it doesn’t matter.

This kind of stuff has got to stop!

Texas Nursing Home Worker Charged With 134 Counts Of Election Fraud

JAZZ SHAW Posted at 8:57 am on November 12, 2020

I know what most of you are thinking after reading this headline. That can’t be right. I was repeatedly assured by the people at CNN that this never happens and it’s all fake news generated by Trump supporters .

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Well, if it is, they’re doing a really good job of getting law enforcement officials in Texas to go along with the gag. This news comes to us straight from the Texas Attorney General’s office. In Austin, a woman named Kelly Reagan Brunner who was working at a Supported Living Center for senior citizens has been arrested and charged with more than 100 counts of voter fraud. As we’ve seen far too often already, she was allegedly taking advantage of the diminished mental capacity of her patients to register them to vote and request ballots on their behalf. Many of the patients in question had previously been declared totally mentally incapacitated by a court. (CBS Dallas-Ft. Worth)

A social worker in the Mexia State Supported Living Center has been charged with 134 felony counts in an election fraud investigation.

The Texas Attorney General’s Office’s Election Fraud Unit assisted the Limestone County Sheriff and District Attorney in charging Kelly Reagan Brunner.

If convicted, Brunner faces up to 10 years in prison for the alleged offenses.

State Supported Living Centers serve people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, the AG’s office explained in a news release Friday, Nov. 6.

The Mexia State Supported Living Center isn’t one of your run of the mill nursing homes for the elderly and infirm, some of whom may genuinely need and desire assistance with the registration and voting process. It’s an assisted living facility specifically serving the intellectually and developmentally challenged. In case this isn’t sinking in yet, Ms. Brunner was stealing the votes of the mentally impaired . . . . .

. . . The Attorney General’s investigation revealed that not one of the patients in question had given effective consent for Brunner to register them. . . . .

. . . . Just this week we learned that as many as 25,000 residents of various Pennsylvania nursing homes all requested mail-in ballots at the same time. What are the odds of that? . . .

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Well, it did stop! She was found out, and charged. In other words, in this instance the system worked.


If 134 illegal votes being counted in the election is considered to be the system working, this is a sad day for America.

There will always be fraudsters. The system is designed to weed them out. In this case it worked.

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This is true, but we certainly do not want to make it easier.
I don’t mind absentee ballots or early in-person voting. I object to the wholesale mailing out of blank ballots when voter rolls are not regularly updated to eliminate those who have died or move to a new location.
We have too much technology available to us to allow voter registration rolls to be dated. It is an invitation to fraud. There should be no unrequested ballots in the community. And voter tolls should be up before presidential elections.

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