SHOCKING VIDEO FOOTAGE SHOWS FLORIDA BALLOTS TRANSPORTED BY PRIVATE VEHICLES BEING TRANSFERRED INTO A RENTAL TRUCK ON ELECTION NIGHT~JUDGE ORDERS BALLOT INSPECTIONS
analysis of the suspicious activity surrounding Florida’s 2018 Midterm
recount as losing, Democrat politicians attempt to steal victory from
Rep. Gaetz Slams Broward County as ‘Banana Republic’ Over
‘Mysteriously Appearing’ Ballots
Judge rules in Rick Scott’s favor, orders ballot inspections
Gaetz sounds off outside Broward County elections office
DEMOCRATS’ LAWYERS DEFY COURT ORDER, BLOCK ENTRY TO ELECTIONS OFFICE
COUNTED OR NOT COUNTED OR TRASHED?
Supervisor of Elections Dr. Brenda Snipes is on the defensive about how
her office has handled Tuesday’s election results.
republished below in full unedited for informational, educational and research purposes:
I do not have any explanation for what you are about to see.
On election night in Broward County, one deeply concerned citizen captured video footage of ballots that had been transported by private vehicles being loaded into a rental truck in the middle of a parking lot. Nobody seems to know why the ballots were transported in that manner, why they were being loaded into a rental truck, or what happened to the ballots thereafter. There are supposed to be very strict chain of custody requirements for all paper ballots, and obviously what is going on in this video appears to be extremely shady. Could it be possible that somebody in Broward County was trying to steal an election?
This video has caused quite a stir since it was posted on YouTube, and the following comes directly from the video’s description…
Caught On Video: Concerned citizen sees ballots being
transported in private vehicles & transferred to rented truck on
Election night. This violates all chain of custody requirements for
paper ballots. Were the ballots destroyed & replaced by set of fake
ballots? Investigate now!
We all remember what happened during the presidential election of
2000, and now Florida is headed for more vote recounts. Hordes of
election lawyers are descending upon the state even now, and charges of
election theft are already flying.
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio is not someone known for strong words,
but even he is freaking out. On Thursday, he accused Democrats of
attempting “to steal the election”…
With visions of hanging chad dancing in their heads,
Democratic Party lawyers are arriving in two Democratic-controlled
counties “to steal the election,” charges Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of
In a series of tweets Thursday, Rubio charged that in
Broward and Palm Beach Counties, election officials are continuing to
count ballots, reporting tens of thousands of additional vote for
Democratic candidates, including incumbent Sen. Bill Nelson and
gubernatorial candidate Rep. Andrew Gillum.
Let’s take a closer look at some of those tweets that Rubio posted on Thursday.
In one, he accused the official that will be supervising these recounts of having “a history of incompetence & of blatant violations of state & federal laws”…
A U.S. Senate seat & a statewide cabinet officer
are now potentially in the hands of an elections supervisor with a
history of incompetence & of blatant violations of state &
The identity of that individual is none other than Secretary of State Ken Detzner, and he has announced that there could be “as many as three statewide recounts”…
Florida’s chief legal officer, Secretary of State Ken
Detzner, told county election supervisors Thursday to plan for as many
as three statewide recounts and for extraordinary public and media
scrutiny in the state with the singular status of unusually close
“The recounts will be nationally watched … [we’re] under a microscope,” Detzner said on a conference call with counties.
Perhaps they will just keep “finding ballots” and “counting votes” until the Democrats win.
We shall see.
In another tweet,
Rubio wondered why the Democratic strongholds of Broward County and
Palm Beach County were still counting votes 43 hours after the polls
law requires counties report early voting & vote-by-mail within 30
minutes after polls close. 43 hours after polls closed 2 Democrat
#BrowardCounty & #PalmBeachCounty are still counting & refusing to disclose how many ballots they have left to count. #Sayfie
As these counties continue to “count votes”, Rick Scott’s lead over Bill Nelson is steadily disappearing.
At one time Scott had a 54,000 vote lead, but it later shrunk to just 17,000. Here is another tweet from Rubio…
Latest ballots dumped by
#Broward &/or #PalmBeachflipped
Ag Comm race to Dem & shaved another 4k+ from Scott’s lead in
Senate race Since 3am Wed slow drip from these 2 Dem controlled counties
cut Scott lead from 54 to 17K. And they refuse to disclose # of ballots
they have left
And I just checked, and the Associated Press is now saying that the lead is down to about 15,000 votes.
If they just keep “counting” for another couple of days, Nelson will win for sure.
And if they find enough “uncounted votes”, Andrew Gillum could
end up becoming Florida’s next governor. According to the Associated
Press, the lead in that race has now fallen to just 36,000 votes.
They are telling us that every last vote is going to be counted
and that we have nothing to worry about when it comes to the integrity
of the process.
Yes, I am sure that shoving ballots into a rental truck in the
middle of a parking lot in the middle of the night must be standard
operating procedure down there. And considering Broward County’s
extremely shady history, I am sure that they must have cleaned up all of
the corruption by now.
Of course I am being facetious. The weather is wonderful down in Florida, but politically it is a total swamp.
The eyes of the nation will once again be on the Sunshine State
over the next several weeks, and I have a feeling that a whole lot more
dirty laundry is going to be coming out…
registered Democrat with years of ballot blunders – as lawyer who
commissioned ‘golden showers’ dossier pushes for recount to topple
Florida GOP ‘winners’
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- Republicans wearing
MAGA hats protested against Florida’s Broward County election
boss Brenda Snipes, 75, who is a Democrat, on Friday
is at the center of controversy over ballot counting which threaten to
tear up the anticipated GOP victory in the state’s senate and
- Democrat Andrew
Gillum conceded the gubernatorial contest to Ron DeSantis, and Rick
Scott, the state’s governor, said beat incumbent senator Bill Nelson
Broward County revealed growing numbers of ballots for both Democrats
after that, prompting Nelson to say he was not conceding
campaign also retained deeply controversial Democratic attorney Marc
Elias, who commissioned the ‘golden showers’ dossier against Donald
- Snipes is facing a lawsuit from
Scott, who claims there was ‘fraud’ in the vote count and has
questioned the validity of late-discovered ballots
- She was also accused of ‘fraud’ and potential election theft by President Trump
said: ‘All of a sudden they’re finding votes out of nowhere. Rick Scott
who won… by a comfortable margin, every couple hours it goes down a
- Snipes defended the slow count
on Thursday, telling a Florida ABC affiliate that the county simply has a
lot of ballots to review
with MAGA hats and placards protested against Brenda Snipes, the head
of Broward County Election Board and a registered Democrat, as late
ballot results appeared on the verge of forcing a mandatory state-wide
recount of the two elections.
had claimed victory in both, with Democrat Andrew Gillum conceding the
gubernatorial contest to Ron DeSantis, and Rick Scott, the state’s
governor, saying he had beaten incumbent senator Bill Nelson.
Broward County revealed growing numbers of ballots for both Democrats
after that, prompting Nelson to say he was not conceding – and for his
campaign to retain a deeply controversial Democratic attorney: Marc
Elias, who commissioned the ‘golden showers’ dossier of unverified
claims against Donald Trump.
been accused of ‘fraud’ and potential election theft by President Trump,
concerning the ballot counting in Broward County in Florida
placards protested against Brenda Snipes, the head of Broward County
Election Board and a registered Democrat, on Friday
numbers of ballots for both Democrats, prompting incumbent senator Bill
Nelson to say he was not conceding – and for his campaign to retain Marc
Elias (pictured), who commissioned the ‘golden showers’ dossier of
unverified claims against Donald Trump
‘fraud’ and potential election theft by President Trump and Republicans.
She has previously faced allegations of ‘incompetence’ and corruption
from activists across the political spectrum.
a 75-year-old former teacher was appointed by Jeb Bush in 2003 to serve
as Broward County Supervisor of Elections despite being a registered
criticized and sued by a Bernie Sanders ally; medical marijuana
advocates; and the Florida Republican Party for alleged elections
has questioned the validity of late-discovered ballots in Broward
County, which continued to count votes days after the election.
conceded the race to Scott on Tuesday, but the race appears to be
headed for a recount as newly counted votes from Broward County put
Nelson within the automatic recount margin.
tightening vote count has also put the Florida gubernatorial race
between Republican Ron DeSantis and Democrat Andrew Gillum back into
play, days after Gillum conceded the race.
of a sudden they’re finding votes out of nowhere,’ said Trump. ‘Rick
Scott who won by, it was close but he won by a comfortable margin, every
couple hours it goes down a little bit.’
Rick Scott (pictured) appeared to win his U.S. Senate election on
Tuesday but officials have located a stream of additional ballots that
continues to narrow his marring of victory to the point where a hand
recount will be ordered
campaign held off on conceding his race Tuesday night even as Scott
claimed victory, and now the contest appears to be a 15,000 vote affair
out of more than 8 million cast
also put the Florida gubernatorial race between Republican Ron DeSantis
(left) and Democrat Andrew Gillum (right) back into play, days after
Gillum conceded the race
concerns about the involvement of Democratic attorney Marc Elias in the
Florida recount. Elias, who is Nelson’s campaign attorney, reportedly
commissioned the dossier on Trump’s Russia connections from the firm
Fusion GPS in 2016.
the people, and they were involved with the fraud of the fake dossier,
the phoney dossier, and I guess I hear they were somehow involved or
worked with the GPS Fusion people,’ said Trump. ‘There’s bad things gone
on in Broward County, really bad things.’
who served as general counsel for Hillary Clinton’s campaign as an
attorney for the Democratic National Committee, retained the research
firm Fusion GPS to investigate Trump’s connections to Russia in April
channelled $1.02 million from the Democratic National Committee and the
Clinton campaign to Fusion GPS during the election. Fusion GPS told
congress that it used $168,000 to pay Orbis Business Intelligence, a
company founded by former MI6 officer Christopher Steele, to compile a
dossier on Trump’s Russia ties.
infamous dossier, which was published after the election, suggested that
Trump campaign officials were being recruited by Russian intelligence
agencies and claimed Russia was blackmailing Trump with video of his
liaisons with Russian prostitutes.
also serves as counsel for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign
Committee, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, and the
Democratic Governors Association.
saying she ‘has had a horrible history.’ Trump also raised concerns
about the involvement of Elias, who reportedly commissioned a ‘dossier’
on Trump’s Russia connections from the firm Fusion GPS, on behalf of the
Democratic Party in 2016
tweet that only the size of his 2016 lead in Florida prevented Broward
County officials from trying to stack the deck against him
County’s effort to ‘find’ votes has intentionally been a one-sided
affair that reversed Democrats’ Election Day concessions
previously helped oversee former Sen. Al Franken’s successful 2008
recount in Minnesota. Elias also worked as John Kerry’s general counsel
during his 2004 campaign.
critics of Snipes have called the delayed count suspicious, with Sen.
Marco Rubio pointing out that an abandoned box of ballots was reportedly
discovered at a Broward County school two days after the election.
defended the slow count on Thursday, telling a Florida ABC affiliate
that the county simply has a lot of ballots to review.
ran 22 sites, we ran 14 days, we ran 12 hours, we had a big vote by
mail (during early voting), so don’t try to turn it around to make it
seem like I’m making comedy out of this,’ said Snipes.
Rich, a Democratic Broward County Commissioner, rebuked the elections
supervisor for slow vote counts in September, according to Florida news
bottom of the barrel getting our voting results in,’ said Rich. ‘I
don’t want to be 67th in 67 counties again in voting.’
graduated from Talladega College with a major in modern foreign
languages, according to her official biography. She later received a
master’s degree in adult education and a doctorate in Educational
Leadership from Nova Southeastern University.
worked as a teacher and an elementary school principal, before becoming
an education consultant. She was then appointed as Broward County
election supervisor by Republican Gov. Jeb Bush in 2003. She has been
reelected four times.
found a container labeled ‘Provisional Ballot Box’ in a storage area of
her elementary school on Thursday, adding to the controversy over ballot
TEACHER FINDS ‘PROVISIONAL BALLOT BOX’ IN STORAGE AREA OF SCHOOL
in a Broward County school has claimed to have found a container
labeled ‘Provisional Ballot Box’ in a storage area of her elementary
school on Thursday.
Canova, a Bernie Sanders protégé who ran unsuccessfully against Rep.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz in 2016 Democratic primary, sued Snipes in 2017
for illegally destroying ballots from the race.
and his supporters filed public records requests to review vote-by-mail
ballots in November 2016 and March 2017. When Snipes failed to turn
over the records, Canova filed a lawsuit demanding to view the ballots
in June 2017.
Snipes reportedly ordered her office to destroy nearly 700 boxes of
voting records – as Canova’s lawsuit was pending in court.
May, a judge determined that Snipes’s decision to destroy the records
was a violation of state law and ordered the payment of Canova’s legal
filed a suit against Snipes this year claiming that she and her staff
opened vote-by-mail ballots in a private setting before they could be
reviewed by the Elections Canvassing Board.
August, Broward County Circuit Court Judge Raag Singhal issued an
injunction to Snipes ordering her not to open the ballots prior to
turning them over to the Canvassing Board. He also ordered her to make
sure that vote-by-mail ballots were not cast in the names of deceased
voters, and to confirm that voters’ signatures are valid.
2016, Snipes also came under fire from medical marijuana advocates,
after a small number of ballots were sent out without an initiative to
approve a medical marijuana law.
of the initiative sued Snipes after the election, arguing that voters
had been disenfranchised by the inaccurate ballots.
National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws called the
missing ballot item ‘catastrophic and cataclysmic’ and said it is
‘effectively disenfranchising voters and eliminating the right to vote
on certain matters,’ in a lawsuit.
has also overseen a number of ‘technical glitches’ in Broward County
that have allegedly been responsible for vote tallies being posted
online too early and too late.
Elections Brenda Snipes has had a history of questionable results
including one case where a judge ruled that she illegally destroyed
County posted primary elections results thirty minutes before the polls
closed – a violation of state law. Snipes said a contractor, VR Systems,
was responsible for the error and the company apologized for the flub.
the process of providing technical assistance to the Broward County
Supervisor of Elections’ Office, VR Systems created a link on the
supervisor’s website that unintentionally made Broward County early
voting and absentee ballot results public at 6:30 p.m. VR Systems
assumes responsibility for this error, which is not in keeping with our
service and performance standards,’ said VR Systems in a statement on
Aug. 31, 2016.
blamed a ‘technical glitch’ for Broward County’s delayed posing of
primary election results. The county posted its results online around
midnight after Election Day, five hours after the polls closed.