in the National Review
A spunky woman known for her drive, Catherine soon wanted to do more than just talk. She joined other tea partiers and decided to volunteer at the ballot box. Working as an alternate judge at the polls in 2009 in Fort Bend County, Texas, Catherine says, she was appalled and dismayed to witness everything from administrative snafus to outright voter fraud.
These formative experiences prompted her to found two organizations: King Street Patriots, a local community group that hosts weekly discussions on personal and economic freedoms; and True the Vote, which seeks to prevent voter fraud and trains volunteers to work as election monitors. It also registers voters, attempts to validate voter-registration lists, and pursues fraud reports to push for prosecution if illegal activity has occurred.
Since then..........The IRS has been auditing. The IRS was questioning. The IRS was delaying. OSHA was looking at her family business. The ATF even came down to look at their business because they make some machined part for firearms and are licensed. Could it all be coincidence? Maybe, but the IRS has already admitted to targeting Patriot groups. Did it stop there?