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New Search Warrant Requests Google Docs as Probe Into Far-Left Harris County Judge Related to $11 Million ‘Vaccine Contract’ Awarded to Political Crony Heats Up

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The criminal investigation into far-left Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo’s corrupt ‘vaccine outreach’ contract is expanding.

Texas Rangers last month raided the office of Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo and executed a search warrant related to an $11 million ‘vaccine outreach contract’ awarded to one of the judge’s political cronies, KHOU 11 News reported.

Recall, radical far-left judge Lina Hidalgo was one of the most aggressive Covid tyrants in Texas during the pandemic.

In May 2020 Lina Hidalgo called on Texans to snitch on restaurants if they had big crowds.

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Hidalgo also previously threatened 180 days in jail for those who opposed her stay at home orders.

Now she’s being investigated for canceling an $11 million vaccine contract after questions were raised that it was with a one-person firm with no experience.

Texas Rangers obtained a new search warrant and requested the Google accounts of Lina Hidalgo and 6 of her senior staffers.

KPRC reported:

A new search warrant has emerged in the criminal investigation focused on how an $11-million dollar vaccine outreach contract was awarded by Harris County to Elevate Strategies.

The 19-page warrant shows Texas Rangers telling tech-giant Google information is needed involving Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo and others in her office.

“The investigation is expanding to the extent that the Rangers are seeking and have obtained 14 files of Google documents,” said Brian Wice, KPRC 2 Legal Analyst.

The requested information from Google are specific records from “Google Docs” as an investigator says Hidalgo and her team built the project using that platform, according to the 19-page warrant. The investigator told Google they are requesting detailed “electronic customer data” held by the company “that constitutes evidence of the offense of tampering with governmental document and/or misuse of official information, or that a particular person committed tampering with governmental document and/or misuse of official information.”

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