Friday, November 9, 2018

It's Cheaper To Hire Corrupt Election Board Supervisors Than To Buy Campaign Ads

Whatever your opinion of Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) may be, you have to cheer him on as he sounds the alarm about the fate of the Sunshine State’s governorship. “Democrat lawyers are descending on Florida.  They have been very clear they aren’t here to make sure every vote is counted.  They are here to change the results of the election and Broward [County] is where they plan to do it.”

Perkins Coie lawyer Marc Elias has been enlisted in a recount effort. Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson is retaining Elias, who said it’s “not plausible” that, as Broward statistics suggest, 14,000 people voted in sometimes-obscure state level races but left the Senate one blank.

The DNC and Clinton campaign used Perkins Coie to hire Fusion GPS, a shadowy research and public relations firm known for their alleged smear campaigns and funded by George Soros’ Democracy Integrity Project in a quest for dirt on Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign.

Republican Gov. Rick Scott, who, by initial appearances, beat Nelson in a race for the U.S. Senate, said Elias will use aggressive techniques to “steal” the election.

Florida’s Broward County Supervisor of Elections is none other than the notoriously incompetent and corrupt Brenda Snipes who has violated both state and federal laws.

Rubio said Snipes’s office “has a history of violating the law.” He attached a news article about a court ruling against Snipes.

While a lawsuit seeking access to ballots from a 2016 congressional primary was pending, Snipes’ office prematurely destroyed the ballots.

She called it a mistake. A circuit court judge ruled in May that her office broke federal and state law by destroying the ballots too soon after the August 2016 primary, while the lawsuit was pending.

She OK’d the ballot destruction a year after the primary. The law requires preservation of the ballots for 22 months.

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