It’s Easy to Identify Vote Fraud

-Aubrey Taylor, Houston Business Connections Newspaper

It’s easy to identify election fraud, but you have to know where to look. The easiest way to steal a local election is by manufacturing votes during the early voting period. So, please understand that one "ABSENTEE BALLOT HARVESTING TEAM" can determine the outcome of every down-ballot countywide race during any election if they are paid to do so.

All it takes is for one well-financed crooked politician to employ the vote harvesters and have them go out and collect the ballots. That's why you see the Elections Administrator Isabel Longoria, appointed by the Democrat controlled Commissioners Court fighting to illegally send out "UNSOLICITED MAIL-BALLOTS" all across Harris County. That’s why Kim Ogg, the Harris County District Attorney, agreed to "ABATE PROSECUTION" of Election Fraud in Harris County a few months ago. This occurred after the Harris County Election Administrator Isabel Longoria sued Ogg, Attorney General Ken Paxton and others.

That said, the battle isn't between Republicans and Democrats. The fight for territory that you're seeing play out is between people who are trying to make it easier to steal the upcoming 2022 Midterm Elections and a group of brave Patriots who are trying to make the elections fair for Democrats and Republicans alike.

Ballot by Mail Comparison Between May 2021 and May 2022 Harris County Elections

-Aubrey Taylor, Houston Business Connection Newspaper

This a comparison of elections between the May 1, 2021 elections and the May 7, 2022 elections in Harris Elections.

In 2021 there were no elections in the black community. The elections were all for races in the white communities, i.e., Humble city council (cc) and Mayor, Nassau Bay City council, Pasadena Mayor and cc, South Houston mayor and cc, Southside Place mayor and cc, Webster cc, West University mayor and cc, Lee College Board of Regents, Humble ISD, trustee, Pasadena ISD trustee, etc.

In the current 2022 elections there are two major races in the black community, Houston Community College, Position 2, and House District 147 (Garnett Coleman). Both of these are in the black communities.

I have attached the data you requested regarding a comparison between the first two days of "EARLY VOTING" for the current (Tuesday, May 7, 2022) General Election in comparison to the first two days of "EARLY VOTING" for the last (May 1, 2021) General Election.


Through the first two days of the Tuesday, May 1, 2021, General Election at total of 8,977 Mail Ballots had been sent out. A total of 3,847 Mail Ballots had been returned. A total of 2,608 Early In-Person Votes had been cast.

Through the first two days of the Tuesday, May 7, 2022, General Election at total of 57,342 Mail Ballots have been sent out. A total of 18,178 Mail Ballots have been returned. A total of 6,728 Early In-Person Votes have been cast.

This tells the story. The vote harvesters are working the elections in the black community. This is what happens in the November General Elections. This how the Democrats have taken over Harris County.

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The following is a pledge that Christian Patriots, who follow in the train of our Christian forefathers, should take.......


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