Report: Trump Supporters in Texas See Votes Switched to RubioPaul Joseph Watson
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People voting for Donald Trump in today’s Super Tuesday Texas Primary are seeing their ballots changed to show a vote for Marco Rubio.
Around a dozen callers flooded Austin-based radio station KLBJ this morning with reports of mistakes after they tried to vote for Trump.
Watch an interview with host Todd Jeffries below.
Listen to audio of some of the callers who reported the irregularities.
According to KLBJ, "computer freezeups" and other "glitches" are causing voting snafus at locations all around Travis County.
Sources tell us that the Trump campaign is seriously concerned about reports of fraud coming in from Texas and that the March 15 primary in Ohio is also a worry.
Trump supporters previously accused the Rubio campaign of stealing votes in Iowa after the Florida Senator achieved a surprise third place finish.
If Rubio fails to secure a strong finish in today's primaries he could be forced to drop out of the race altogether.
Rubio's Super Pac has poured $1.5 million of its budget into Texas in an effort to take delegates away from home state favorite Ted Cruz.
Former Trump advisor Roger Stone appeared on the Alex Jones Show today and vowed to set up a network of volunteers to investigate any reports of fraud.