GOP activists claim to find 15 ‘ballot box seals’ near loading dock, demand investigation from Fla. AG Bondi

Chris Cox, the founder of the 100k-strong Bikers for Trump group, is 100 percent confident that the ongoing election vote count in Broward County is a complete “fraud.”

“This election is a fraud. It’s pretty disgusting here. I’m glad that you’re not here because this isn’t anything you want to see,” he claimed in a video posted Monday to Facebook

Recorded from outside the Broward County elections office, the clip depicted Cox drawing attention to trucks delivering even more provisional ballots to the office. Even more concerning were 15 colored zip-tie tags found near the building’s loading dock.

“Mr. Cox and a crowd of Republican activists are convinced that the 15 red and orange tags were cut off ballot boxes before the votes reached the election office, which could be a violation of state law, evidence of vote tampering or nothing at all,” The Washington Times reported.

Watch part one of his video below:

 

The Times notes that Cox’s attorney, Derek A. Schwartz, has since submitted a letter to Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi demanding an investigation into the tags.

Each tag pertains to a ballot box or bag that can hold 2,500 ballots. Based on these numbers, an estimated 37,500 ballots may have been tampered with, Cox alleges.

“Based on having 15 tags, that could mean that approximately 37,500 ballots could have been tampered with,” his lawyer wrote to Bondi.

Regarding the additional ballots being shipped to the Broward County elections office in trucks, Cox argued that the Democrats are trying to change the rules of voting so as to allow ineligible election ballots to be counted.

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio has echoed this rhetoric as well.

“#Florida law requires that the voter signatures on mail ballots match the signature of the voter,” he tweeted Tuesday, describing one example. “But Dem lawyers are asking a judge to throw that law out & force Florida to count ballots with signatures that don’t match the voter signature on file.”

Watch part two of Cox’s video below:

 

Concerns about potential election fraud in Florida — particularly in Broward County — have ballooned as more irregularities have been spotted and more attention has been drawn to elections supervisor Brenda Snipes’ sketchy past.

“One county revealed Monday that it had allowed some hurricane-displaced voters to cast their ballots by email — a violation of state law. Another had to restart its recount after getting about a quarter finished because someone forgot to push a button,” the Associated Press reported.

In Broward County specifically private trucks have been spotted transporting ballots in the dead of night, bad ballots have  “accidentally” been mixed in with good ones and Snipes has refused to follow certain court orders.

The situation there has grown so dire that the Florida Department of State has reportedly requested that federal prosecutors launch an investigation.

“Making or using an altered form is a criminal offense under Florida law,” department attorney Bradley McVay reportedly wrote, referring to allegations that the Florida Democrat Party had sent altered voting forms to voters.

Watch part three of Cox’s video below:

While voter/election fraud hasn’t yet been confirmed to be happening in Broward or its sister counties, a growing number of Americans suspect fraud may indeed be exactly what’s happening.

And Cox’s latest finding — the 15 red and orange tags — seems to have only strengthened this belief:

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