The Washington Post reports:
Mark Meadows, formerly President Donald Trump’s chief of staff, has ditched one Carolina for the other amid accusations that he committed voter fraud.
Meadows, who is under investigation in his former home state of North Carolina for the alleged voter fraud, told the South Carolina Post and Courier on Wednesday that he is officially a Palmetto State resident and has registered to vote there.
“I’m a resident of South Carolina,” Meadows told the newspaper in a brief interview, adding that he lives in the state for good, presumably in the $1.5 million home in Sunset, S.C., that he bought last year.
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Former Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows was at the Statehouse Wednesday to announce a South Carolina version of the Freedom Caucus when he confirmed to The Post and Courier he is a registered state voter and officially a South Carolina resident.https://t.co/wrCi6yd9px
— The Post and Courier (@postandcourier) April 20, 2022
In The Villages, maybe the most Trump-loving place on Earth, two people pleaded guilty to voter fraud while Mark Meadows, Trump’s chief of staff, got removed from the voting rolls under investigation of voting fraud.
Trump was right. Voter fraud was happening. By his supporters.
— Citizens for Ethics (@CREWcrew) April 13, 2022
Gotta hand it to Meadows. When Rep. Chip Roy texted him saying “We need ammo. We need fraud examples.” Meadows was a true trooper by voting twice in two states
— Michael McDonald (@ElectProject) April 15, 2022
BREAKING: Mark Meadows removed from NC voter rolls after caught voting in Virginia.
— Bryan Dawson (@BryanDawsonUSA) April 13, 2022