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Texas AG Paxton: Vote Fraudsters 1 Case Away from Stealing His State from GOP

'There's lots of voter fraud going on. ... We have proof of it...'

(Ben Sellers, Headline USA) In the opening session of the Heritage Foundation’s two-day leadership summit at the National Harbor in Maryland, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said that losing even a single case might have permanently flipped his state blue, likely altering the political landscape on a national level.

Paxton said his office, with just a handful of attorneys, was juggling 12 cases at one from woke blue counties that were trying to permit unfettered mail-in ballot distribution with no signature verification.

“If the ballots go out, game over, we lose,” Paxton warned his team. “…They will just count the ballots until they get to the right number.”

Even one court loss in a large county could have flipped the Texas legislature, giving radical leftists the political power they needed to permanently codify anti-integrity measures statewide.

That would likely deliver Texas’s 38 electoral votes and two key Senate seats to Democrats with no ability to reverse course, as it has in Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan and other battleground states won by former President Donald Trump in 2016.

“What a genius strategy to whoever put this together, whether it was George Soros or somebody else,” Paxton said.

His remarks came just days after Fox News settled a libel lawsuit with Dominion Voting Systems for $787.5 million—a chilling outcome from a court in Joe Biden’s hometown that potentially opens the floodgates to other lawfare attacks.

Paxton acknowledged the stigma attached to even discussion vote fraud because the use of unverified signature ballots eliminates any possibility of proof.

However, he said it continued to be an issue of existential necessity in Texas and elsewhere.

“If we do not get that fixed, they will accomplish what they set out to do with voter fraud,” he said. “… There’s lots of voter fraud going on. … We have proof of it.”

As for his own state, the battle continues due to the election of radical judges, prosecutors and district attorneys who are refusing to abide by the law.

“I wish I could say that this story was over for me in Texas,” he said. “… Soros has done a very good job.”

Ben Sellers is the editor of Headline USA. Follow him at twitter.com/realbensellers.

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