Ted Cruz Draws a Line in the Sand on Those Who Commit Voter Fraud

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Texas Senator Ted Cruz isn’t playing around when it comes to voter fraud and at Saturday’s rally in Georgia, Cruz told Georgia voters that those caught committing it should be hauled off to prison.

“It is time to end voter fraud. It is time to expose voter fraud,” said a fired-up Cruz on Saturday. “It is time to take anyone who was involved in voter fraud and prosecute them and put them in jail.”

Cruz was also in Georgia to help rally support for Republican Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, both of whom are currently running against hard-left Democrats within the state. Cruz emphasized the defeat of radicalism so as to keep the state in a healthy economic state.

“The people of Georgia believe in common-sense conservative values,” Cruz later added. “People of Georgia want lower taxes, fewer regulations, and a lot more jobs. They don’t want to see socialism come to this country.”

The issue of voter fraud has been at the forefront of many conversations surrounding the election, with clues everywhere that it’s happened. Democrats want to flat out deny its existence, but it’s hard to believe them when signed testimonies and camera footage is available for everyone to see themselves.

Cruz is one of the Republicans who has not advised the president to concede the election to Democrat Joe Biden, or recognized Biden as “President-elect.” Cruz was also one of the figures willing to take the election results to the Supreme Court.

Regardless of the election outcome, Cruz’s call for the arrest of any who are involved in voter fraud should be agreed upon by both parties, especially Republicans. It seems as though little is being done to punish anyone involved in fraud at this time, though investigations are still ongoing. Those who have definitively been caught have been arrested.

In Texas, a social worker in the Mexia State Supported Living Center has been charged with 134 felony counts of election fraud, according to CBS DFW. Kelly Regan Brunner, if found guilty, could face up to 10 years in prison.

This should be an example to anyone looking to involve themselves in voter fraud that doing so could result in serious consequences.