|Conservative radio host Steve Curtis speaking to reporter|
It turns out there WAS voter fraud in the 2016 election.
And it was committed by a Republican in Colorado.
From the Washington Post:
The 2016 election was just a month away when Steve Curtis, a conservative radio host and former Colorado Republican Party chairman, devoted an entire episode of his morning talk show to the heated topic of voter fraud.
“It seems to me,” Curtis said in the 42-minute segment, “that virtually every case of voter fraud I can remember in my lifetime was committed by Democrats.”
On Tuesday, Colorado prosecutors threw a wrench into that already dubious theory, accusing Curtis of voter fraud for allegedly filling out and mailing in his ex-wife’s 2016 ballot for president, Denver’s Fox affiliate reported.
Curtis, 57, was charged in Weld County District Court with one count of misdemeanor voter fraud and one count of forgery, a Class 5 felony, according to local media.
The case is the only voter fraud investigation related to the 2016 election that has resulted in criminal charges in the state, the Colorado secretary of state’s office told Denver’s ABC affiliate.
Curtis has not entered a plea. If convicted, he could face more than a year of prison time and a $5,000 fine. His attorney, Christopher Gregory, declined to comment on the case when reached by The Washington Post Tuesday night.
During his radio show about voter fraud, Curtis alleged there was “something about being a Democrat,” he said, that made people prone to criminal behavior. Kinda ironic now, huh?
Why is it always the ones who make the accusations that end up being the guilty ones?
Watch Curtis dodge questions from a reporter below:
Breaking: Former #Colorado Republican Chairman charged w/voter fraud. Wonder what @realDonaldTrump thinks? #kdvr investigates at 5. pic.twitter.com/XZmVijhCBY— Rob Low (@RobLowTV) March 21, 2017