Voter Fraud at the Pech Street County Building

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The Houston Equal Rights Ordinance passed on May 28, 2014. The ordinance protects a number of classes, including LGBT people. Those opposed to equality have take up the false narrative that equality = men hanging out in the women's restroom, the same argument used against the Equal Rights Act from the 1970s. To overturn an ordinance, activists must follow Texas law: http://www.sos.state.tx.us/elections/laws/petitions.shtml "Qualified Voter" [Sec. 277.0021] Reference to "qualified voter" outside the Election Code means "registered voter" as to the eligibility to sign a petition. "Registered voter" is defined as a person registered to vote in Texas whose registration is effective. A registration is effective 30 days after it has been submitted to the county voter registrar. [Secs. 1.005(16) and 13.143] The signature gatherer is attempting to circumvent this law and is using county property to facilitate this fraud. ~5:48: voter fraud is caught on tape ~7:36: bigot gives his name: Victor Lawrence ~9:37: Houston Area Pastor's Council (HAPC) is implicated ~10:00 I out myself to Lawrence ~10:40 Lawrence begins to justify his actions ~12:30 Lawrence describes what "equality" should look like for trans people ~16:49 Lawrence admits that his argument are BS ~26:00 I rip into him ~30:00 Lawrence hides the name of the county employee who allowed the fraud to be carried out within the county building. ~37:15 Lawrence, speaking with an anti-gay bigot tries to get the bigot to not admit that he's signing his name multiple times

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