‘Something’s rotten in Broward’: Fla. Gov Rick Scott vows to fight ‘rampant voter fraud’, drops bombshell lawsuit

When Democrats lose elections, they try to steal them through fraud and vote rigging. That’s what Florida Governor Rick Scott alleges in a bombshell lawsuit against Brenda Snipes, the election supervisor of Broward County. Snipes is a Democrat.

“The Supervisor is unwilling to disclose records revealing how many electors voted, how many ballots have been canvassed, and how many ballots remain to be canvassed,” Scott’s lawsuit alleges (see below). This violates election laws mandating her to release the information.

 

Full transparency is especially important because the Broward County election office suddenly “found” 78,000 new votes since Election Day. In nearby Palm Beach, 15,000 more votes mysteriously turned up.

Predictably, both are liberal counties whose votes would favor Democrat politicians. The newfound votes will likely trigger a recount of the Florida senate race, which Republican Rick Scott presumptively won.

The Florida governor’s race (which Republican Ron DeSantis presumptively won) is headed for a machine recount after the final tally dropped below the 0.5% margin required before a recount is considered.

“The people of Florida deserve fairness and transparency and the supervisors are failing to give it to us,” Governor Scott said. “The lack of transparency raises substantial concerns about the validity of the election process.”

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Rick Scott also ordered state law enforcement officials to investigate the Broward and Palm Beach voting operation to ensure that Democrats don’t try to retroactively change votes.

Governor Scott told Fox News host Sean Hannity that left-wing activists are trying to “steal the election.”

“Florida law says that all absentee early voting numbers must be reported within 30 minutes of the polls close in, correct?” Hannity said (video above). “Governor, I’m looking at these numbers. On Election Day, you were up 37,000 votes. What is the number now?”

Scott replied, “Now it is down to 15,000 votes. So it is clear we have some left-wing activists…coming down here for one purpose — to steal this election.”

“They found a 78,000 new votes since Election Day — which was two days ago — in Broward County, and 15,000 more votes in Palm Beach.

We don’t know how many more votes that they are going to come up with, but it sure appears that they are going to find as many votes as they can take to win the election.

We are going to fight this and we are going to win. I won this election for the people of the state. Their will is not going to be thwarted.”

In May 2018, a judge ruled that Broward County election supervisor Brenda Snipes violated state and federal laws by illegally destroying ballots for a 2016 Congressional race that she was required to preserve.

That race was “won” by Snipes’ leftist ally, Debbie Wasserman Schultz — who herself resigned from the DNC in July 2016 amid revelations that she tried to rig the Democrat primary election in favor of her pal, Hillary Clinton.

And check out this damning video: Ballots being transported in private vehicles and transferred to rented truck on Election Night. This violates all chain-of-custody requirements for paper ballots.

“Were the ballots destroyed and replaced by a set of fake ballots? Investigate now!”

Senator Marco Rubio, an attorney, blasted Brenda Snipes in an epic tweetstorm:

Many Twitter users — including outspoken liberal Dr. Jill Stein — slammed Brenda Snipes, saying she has been pulling these crooked stunts for years.

Update: Judge finds Broward County violated constitution by not following open records laws.

Progressive candidate: I warned that Broward’s Brenda Snipes is a ‘serial election rigger’

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Samantha Chang

Samantha Chang

Samantha Chang is a politics/lifestyle writer and a financial editor. She is a law school graduate and an alum of the University of Pennsylvania. You can find her on Twitter at @Samantha_Chang.
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