A Texas politician has announced a total reward of $ 1 million in exchange for any information about Donald Trump’s presidential election fraud.
After Donald Trump was accused of election fraud, the governor of the state of Texas announced Wednesday that he would pay a total of $ 1 million to anyone with information or evidence of fraud if they were arrested.
“Those with integrity whistleblowers and tips should present evidence for law enforcement,” Don Patrick told CBS News.
“Anyone who can provide information that could lead to arrest and punishment for vote fraud will get at least $ 25,000,” said the Republican vice president, a Republican.
He said the money came from campaign funds to support Trump in his “move to ensure that every legal vote counts and every illegal vote is canceled.”
Following the November 3 election, Donald Trump refused to accept Joe Biden’s victory and presented a number of allegations of voter fraud without providing any evidence.
A week after the election, US Attorney General Bill Barr gave the green light to open an investigation into possible irregularities during the presidential election.