RNC Co-Chair Lara Trump Vows To Prosecute Election Cheaters

Republican National Committee (RNC) Co-Chair Lara Trump threw a stern warning out there for anyone who could be planning to cheat in an election from this year.

Speaking at Turning Point USA’s convention in Detroit, Michigan, the daughter-in-law to former President Trump said, “This year is the year we do it.”

Warning of the consequences that wait for any potential dubious players, she added, “We are also sending a loud and clear message out there to anyone who thinks about cheating in an election, we will find you, we will track you down and we will prosecute you to the full extent of the law.”

Lara’s remarks come after the RNC launched a swing state initiative to mobilize polling place monitors, poll workers and attorneys in thousands to serve as “election integrity” watchdogs in November.

According to Trump, the committee’s goal is for over 100,000 poll watchers and 500 lawyers to be deployed at election sites across the country.

This plan would help the committee do more as it was very limited in its coordination of poll watching and other election integrity activities before 2018 when the federal court consent decree that put the limitations in place was lifted.

Now, Trump says the RNC is not letting that opportunity to do more go to waste.

“We have a unique opportunity right now that we have not had in 40 years as a party. For 40 years, there was a consent decree placed on the RNC that did not allow us to train people to work as poll workers. Who was training all the people for the last 40 years? Not the RNC. Think about how many people the DNC got to train,” she stated.

“So now we have this amazing opportunity so we can train you to work in a polling location. We can train you to work in a tabulation center when the mail-in ballots come in. We also want attorneys to work in every major polling location so we are not reactive, we are proactive,” she added.

With its new effort, the RNC aims to stop potential “Democrat attempts to circumvent the rules,” as monitors would be deployed to observe the election process keenly and create hotlines for poll watchers to report problems. Any perceived problems would be escalated by taking legal action.

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