Put a Trump sign in your yard and you’ve made your home a target.
The left would have you believe it’s teenage hooligans stealing Trump signs around the country.
But in the case of Georgetown County in South Carolina, it’s not teenagers.
The chairman of the county elections board was actually caught on camera stealing Trump signs from yards!
Check out the details on the story from WRAL News:
The chairman of the Georgetown County Board of Voter Registration and Elections, Dean Smith, has resigned after being accused of stealing and damaging political signs that supported Donald Trump.
A resident of Safe Harbor Drive in Pawley’s Island put Republican signs in his yard, but they kept disappearing, according to an incident report. The resident put a deer camera in his yard and got photos of the person damaging a sign in his yard by writing “Dump” over Trump’s name on his sign.
Members of the Georgetown County Republican Party told authorities that they received photos of the vandal via text message, then put them on social media as to possibly identify the person. They then received five phone calls from people who identified both the person who took and damaged the signs, plus the person who drove him away from the scene.
Authorities were able to determine that the person who stole and vandalized the signs was Dean Smith. An incident report states that the person who drove Dean Smith away was Dean’s spouse, Rita Smith.
This is an actual official in charge of running elections!
And they want us to trust the election results when we have people like this in charge.
It's no wonder the President and other Republicans are questioning the potential for voter fraud this November.
Just last month, a Democrat county commissioner in Texas was charged with 134 felonies in a vote harvesting scheme!
Here's more on that from ABC News:
With top Republicans, including the president, bringing up claims of fraud involving voting-by-mail, indictments announced Thursday against a Democratic county commissioner in East Texas appear to bolster those accusations.
The office of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced 134 felony charges were filed against Gregg County Commissioner Shannon Brown and three co-defendants in connection to an alleged vote harvesting scheme involving a Democratic primary in 2018.
According to Paxton's office, Brown and others targeted "young, able-bodied" voters to cast ballots by mail by fraudulently claiming the voters were "disabled," in most cases without the voters' knowledge or consent. The indictments claim this was done to increase the pool of ballots needed to swing the race in Brown's favor.
Don't be silenced by the liberals and mainstream media about voter fraud.
It's real and it happens.
Democrats are willing to do almost anything to win elections.
Worried about your Trump signs?
Check out what this man from Indiana did to get back at the thieves and vandals: