• May 18, 2024

BREAKING: Texas Passes Bill to Become the 9th State to Leave ERIC – TX House Passes Vote to Pull Out of Controversial Voter Roll Scheme – Only 23 States Remain

 BREAKING: Texas Passes Bill to Become the 9th State to Leave ERIC – TX House Passes Vote to Pull Out of Controversial Voter Roll Scheme – Only 23 States Remain

Texas becomes 9th state to leave controversial ERIC Voter

On Tuesday, the Texas legislature voted to pass HB 1070 and withdrew from Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC), the controversial voter roll maintenance system.

Texas will be the 9th state in the past year to leave the ERIC.

Rep. John Bucy, D-Austin proposed some changes to the bill, which would have to be approved by the Senate before the bill goes to Gov. Greg Abbott’s desk.

Texas Rep. Carrie Isaac celebrated the news.

Today, the house passed HB 1070 to remove Texas from ERIC. We joined ERIC to ensure safe and secure elections, but the Soros-funded system has proven to have great potential for fraud. This is a great step forward in securing our elections!#txlege#dontcaliforniamytexaspic.twitter.com/HMZGLOQ4kz

— Carrie Isaac (@CarrieIsaac) May 23, 2023

Attorney Sidney Powell weighed in on this news.

Texas can exit ERIC: SB 1070.

“Thankfully, multiple red states are waking up to this clear Democratic-vote-harvesting scheme. In March alone, Florida, Missouri, West Virginia, Iowa, and Ohio exited ERIC over its ties to the left and data sharing concerns.”https://t.co/ke3CGJKh8I…

— Sidney Powell

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Attorney & Author (@SidneyPowell1) May 21, 2023

The Gateway Pundit has reported for over a year now on the ERIC voter roll system that is used in 30-32 states.  The system was originally promoted as

Source: The Gateway Pundit

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