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Mark Meadows Under Investigation For Allegedly Illegal Voter Registration

Mark Meadows Under Investigation For Allegedly Illegal Voter Registration

Mark Meadows, former White House Chief of Staff, has had a lot to say about voter fraud and election manipulation. Now it’s his own ballot that’s under investigation.

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Is it always projection when Republicans get obsessed with an issue? Well, maybe not always, but North Carolina officials are now investigating Meadows — that’s the same Meadows who defied a Congressional subpoena over his role in January 6th, the same Meadows who promoted Donald Trump’s false claims of election fraud — for allegedly registering to vote an address where he never lived.

Washington Post is reporting that Meadows’ case has been turned over to the Special Prosecutions Section of the North Carolina Department of Justice, and that the State Bureau of Investigation will release a report when their investigation is done.

This follows the news that Meadows registered to vote in 2020 using an address in Scaly Mountain, where sits a mobile home belonging to a Lowe’s retail manager who says she had no idea that the former Congressman had listed it as his residence.

Meadows has been strangely silent about the alleged illegality, considering that in December of that same year (that is, after Trump lost his bid for re-election) he was insistent that illegal ballots were a rampant problem and kept hinting to voters that if the evidence could just be heard, there’d be proof of it.

In fact, he even claimed that Twitter was ‘suppressing’ and ‘censoring’ conservatives because his tweet about voter fraud got flagged.

Now that the evidence is sufficient for an investigation into his own ballot, where is that ‘don’t silence me’ and ‘voter fraud is a serious issue’ energy?

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