Florida Governor Rick Scott Discusses Transparent Ballot Fraud Ongoing, Yet Again, In Well Known, Corrupt, Broward County….

Anyone with a reasonable amount of political knowledge is aware that within Florida the epicenter of voter fraud takes place in Broward and Palm Beach counties.  Both of these areas are not just filled with corrupt election officials; as was noted in the background of the Parkland school shooting, every element of county and city government is corrupt.

Broward County Supervisor of Elections, Brenda Snipes, has an exhaustively documented history of rampant and ‘in-your-face’ unapologetic fraud within the election process.  In the latest example, Snipes is once again producing ballots -filled out by her political operatives- long after the election is over.  Everyone in Florida knows the Snipes routine.

Brenda Snipes keeps “her peopleworking to produce ballots until law enforcement arrive.  Once she is confronted she shouts “racism”, and officials back away allowing the corruption to continue.  This process has worked very well for her in the past and she is openly compensated by left-wing political operations for her efforts.  In the 2016 election the Hillary Clinton campaign paid Brenda Snipes to send two ballots to every democrat.

So it doesn’t come as a surprise to see Ms. Snipes at the center of the operation to steal yet another set of election in 2018; the objective this time is to give the governors race and senate race to the democrat party…  Prior endeavors in 2012 and 2014 were successful.

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1,158 Responses to Florida Governor Rick Scott Discusses Transparent Ballot Fraud Ongoing, Yet Again, In Well Known, Corrupt, Broward County….

  1. agentcommonsense says:

    There is no Democrat base any longer they have about the same number of mentally ill people that Scientology does. A couple million . . It used to drive me crazy those Scientology people, they had a property behind my home so it peaked my interest to find out why … I never could because a healthy brain can’t think delusional
    Here is Hillary Clinton leaked internal poll .INTERNAL no PUBLIC,,,, This is the reality but so many people slip right back into the fake news on election day
    Oh look at the lines .. those are fake too
    Oh look McSally and Senima with 50 percent of the vote in are virtually tied
    PFFFT
    Senema has no base no following she is depending on the rigged vote she was promised

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    • WSB says:

      That is some catch there. Notice how they specifically break out the mainstream media responses. At least Hillary was able to save her money on the fireworks if she read this report.

      So, they are well aware of the small group they capture by Operation Mockingbird.

      Due to the internet, the leftwingers have been losing sway, therefore the payoffs and fraud.

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    • Hoop says:

      if this is true,
      Given the massive divide between ‘voters who watch MSM’ vs. ‘voters who watch alternative media’ the LEFT has just one option: remove alternative media.

      And there you see the massive BANNING of alternative media on Major Internet channels.

      They can not debate the facts – so they are going to remove Rights.

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    • Jracksa says:

      Rick Scott has no one to blame for this but himself. As Governor for 8 years he should have cleaned house down there a long time ago. For a smart man, he was really dumb regarding this!

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    • gueppebarre says:

      And this was financed by the Clinton Foundation? Polling data? I thought it was a charity…?

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  2. Jedi9 says:

    Yet nothing is done about this? When will there be action to confront this fraud? If the Democrats take these two elections win away, then there should be not only a legal challenge, but expose this scam to hold Snipes and her people accountable! This can not keep continuing on, at some point there has to be a recourse to prevent this from happening! It’s no wonder tha Florida is always at the center of voteing conflicts? Connect the dots! Enough is enough! It needs to be exposed in order to prevent this from happening again! Find solutions! Go back to paper ballots, with finger prints! This machines are being hacked!

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    • gingergal says:

      With the fingerprint idea our lives are in danger. I have no doubt the Democrats would cut fingers off to get people to vote blue.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Wendy says:

      Rick is the governor but didn’t do a thing until it went to recount territory. Call me crazy but I’m beginning to think he was ordered to not to do anything until they also dragged down Desantis. RINOs aren’t afraid of losing a political seat when other perks are good enough or can be blackmailed easily by their dirty deeds in the past.

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      • mightyconservative says:

        He wouldn’t give up that seat….not without a YUGE payoff. There is pension and graft money to be made!

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      • GrantsLounge says:

        He’s between a rock and a hard place, just as Kemp is in Georgia. Where the Left playbook is to delegitimize the process by pushing the narrative that because Kemp is the current SOS running for governor in this contested election, all protocols to address the results are invalid.
        They didn’t get a recount, so now they are suing and demanding Kemp should have resigned before the fact.
        Pathetic.
        Time to take the trash out Ga, Fla, Az.
        As far as Scott is concerned, he had ample cause to get rid of this Broward Co. official long before this.

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        • beach lover says:

          And just like the problem with Antifa.. there is big money behind this. Until it is addressed head on, it will get even worse.
          This is just what Whitaker was appointed for.. let him have at it all!! Thank you President Trump for getting this man in the office to finally.. get the draining started.

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          • gueppebarre says:

            “… what Whitaker was appointed for…”. We’ll see, BL, we hope, but we’ll see. You’ll forgive me if I’m skeptical?

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            • beach lover says:

              Of course! But, with all the media and the Dems fighting against him, you just know he will be their worst nightmare.

              They may have fought Sessions to make it look good, but they knew they could manipulate him into recusal. That recusal was key to the whole plan to get to Mueller and then to Trump.

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        • J-Mac says:

          Thank God for Florida AG Pam Bondi destroying these corrupt Broward County & Palm Beach County miscreants following 2014 & 2016!!

          Thank God for Pam!!

          Let’s hope Trump makes Pam AG to replace Sessions!!

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        • that evil woman would not still be in that position if many officials had not turned a blind eye to it.

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        • Skipper says:

          The day will come (very soon) when these Republican governors will regret not having taken action to stop these political criminals, because, ultimately, the democrats will have so much control over the election process that Republicans will have no chance of ever being elected again. States like California, New York, Minnesota, Oregon, Vermont, Massachucetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Virginia and Pennsylvania are pretty much gone forever, and many other states are on the brink of disaster. Do any of you remember the days when the U.S. Goverment would vent about voting corruption in countries like Iraq and Venezuala? What a joke that is now!

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    • whoseyore says:

      Exactly my thoughts!

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    • softunderbelly says:

      “Prior endeavors in 2012 and 2014 were successful.”
      Why wasn’t she arrested and charged in 2012 & 2014? Who appoints these supervisors?
      Why wasn’t Scott able to respond to this when he was governor? Too complicated? That’s what you call “passing the buck”. It’s a shame that people (Scott) don’t act until it bites them on THEIR butt!

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    • Archie says:

      So true. Rick Scott is an embarrassment of a human being. He was the gov of FL and did nothing about corruption or catch and release of criminals in Fl schools. He is directly responsible for the school shooting in FL. The GOP is so rotten with pajama boys I won’t vote for them again.

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      • avo7100 says:

        How is Scott responsible for the shooting in FL, when Obama FORCED the school and legal system to relax their standards for minority offenders which this guy was, multiple times. He should have been prosecuted LONG before the shooting, but you can thank Obama for tying the hands of the local law enforcement through his racist decision to hold perps responsible for their acts because of their skin color. This is the fruit of that decision.

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      • Bischoff says:

        The school board and sheriff carry most of the blame for Parkland. They knew of the shooter, did nothing and then held back policing during the actual event as well

        Florida has had many pajama boys including Jeb Bush. He will run a primary again…..

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    • Lady Sid says:

      The cloth convertible top on my 2000 Chrysler Sebring was slashed in two places during the day/evening when I was working a 12-hour stint at the Board of Elections (TN) counting absentee ballots on Tuesday, Election Day. The car had been parked in our City Hall garage, so I will find out if there were cameras recording anything. I didn’t use the car on Wednesday, discovering the damage at home yesterday (Thursday) and I covered the slices with duct tape which held up OK as I had to drive on the interstate for a couple of appointments. It is pouring rain right now, but I am going to the police to report this vandalism later this morning. I stopped by my car repair guy who took photos yesterday. He’s going to see if his upholstery man can repair the damage with patches.

      Here’s the thing. A very sharp knife was used to do this damage, puncturing both the top and the underlayment fabrics with a clean swipes– no rough edges on either slit, each about 8″ long. I returned to the parking garage after we were excused by the B of E c. 9:30 CST. I walked the two blocks back by myself, as a fellow worker I was with had parked at the other end of the garage and went on his way separately. What if I had come upon the person doing this damage? What should I have done at that moment? There literally was not a soul around. I’m pretty tough about most disasters and take them in stride, but I keep thinking about this. That knife could have done some damage on me, too. BTW I have had a little oval Trump sticker on my back bumper for about 2 1/2 years and not had a problem heretofore.

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      • uvaldegirl says:

        I am sorry. I think the Trump sticker had more than a little to do with your car top being slashed. I hope there is camera footage and the perp is id’d. Could end up being a seemingly mild-mannered type but with that lib rage festering inside.

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        • beach lover says:

          I agree. Get the garage camera footage. If efforts are not made in many of these “small” bullying tactics to make arrests, these things will continue.

          Look at Tucker Carlson. He said he is pretty sure who was behind the MOB at his house. Then arrest him and make his butt sit in jail for more than a few hours or days! There’s money behind these vigilantes or they wouldn’t be doing it.

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    • Betty says:

      We still have too many politicians and political bosses who have a vested interest in maintaining the structure that enables election fraud. Even the governor of Florida, Rick Scott, maintained that structure – why? Scott could have gotten rid of the old dragon – but didn’t.

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  3. gingergal says:

    I thought it was fishy to be still counting ballots here in Arizona. Now it makes sense why the media was a broken record about the races being “neck in neck.” I would like this to be resolved but have little faith. Writing letters, phone calls, can do so much. I thought we had people representing both sides counting those ballots, overseeing, but this seems blatant. I’m beside myself here if we lose these seats and nothing is done about the fraud.

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    • Wendy says:

      If we lose and those cheaters get the free pass again, it will only prove that our votes are nothing but an illusion to pacify that we have some sort of power. Sadly if nothing gets done, I think lots of us will be disinfrenchised. What’s the point of voting if it will be canceled by vote fraud? The outcome is already brokered by the power players.

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      • G. Combs says:

        We the people have had three recourses for reining in a bad government:

        The Soap Box — but the Commies have fully captured the media and are censoring Facebook and twitter and google and wordpress to completely surpress our voices.

        The Ballot Box — but the Commies are using voter fraud to neuter our votes.

        The Ammo Box — The Commies are using their STOLEN power to slowly remove our right to bare arms. It is now a race between losing our last right or using our last right.

        ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️
        “The most foolish mistake we could possibly make would be to allow the subject races to possess arms. History shows that all conquerors who have allowed their subject races to carry arms have prepared their own downfall by so doing.” — Adolf Hitler.

        “Political Power grows out of the barrel of a gun” – Mao Zedong

        ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️
        1911 Turkey Gun control — from 1915 to 1917 – 1.5 million Arminans killed
        1935 China gun control — from 1948 to 1952 – 20 million killed
        1938 Germany Gun control — from 1935 to 1945 – 20,946,000 murdered.
        1956 Cambodia gun control — from 1975 to 1977 – 1 to 2 million educated people murdered.
        1964 Guatamala Gun Control — from 1964 to 1981 – 100,000 Mayan Indians killed.
        1970 Uganda gun control in — from 1971 to 1979 – 300,000 Christians killed, a total of 2 to 3 million murdered.

        https://www.naturalnews.com/039264_gun_control_timeline_true_history.html
        ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️

        Can We Sustain the UN’s Sustainable Goals?
        by: Phyllis Schlafly
        “…An acknowledged genius at organizational networking, Maurice Strong is the kingpin of the NGOs, which he has taught how to access foundation funds and manipulate “consensus” at UN conferences. He developed this technique in the 1970s by bringing NGOs into the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), where now some 700 NGOs control the agenda even though the IUCN membership includes 74 governments and 104 government agencies….”

        Kofi Annan’s appointee Maurice Strong has emerged as the human link in the intricate network of UN agencies seeking global control. He was a member of the UN-funded Commission on Global Governance, whose 1995 report, “Our Global Neighborhood,” recommended:
        ▪️ removing U.S. veto power in the Security Council,
        ▪️ creating an Economic Security Council to oversee the world’s economy,
        ▪️ changing the World Bank into a central bank like the Federal Reserve,
        ▪️ establishing an international court superior to U.S. courts,
        ▪️ creating a permanent UN standing army while disarming all nations and individuals,
        ▪️ establishing a global taxation system,
        ▪️ giving the UN control over the “global commons” (the air, the oceans and outer space),
        ▪️ and creating a parliamentary body of “civil society” made up of Non-Governmental Organizations called NGOs (private pressure groups)
        ….”

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      • mdaush says:

        And the, until Trump, we were only voting for the Uniparty. This is our red line. If Trump and the Feds come down on this hard, expose all of it and get the elections changed…..we will know that we really have something. They let Frankens election go by, they let doug Jones take Alabama….now we have open and obvious election vote rigging in florida, Arizona, Montana, Georgia etc.
        I am betting on Trump.

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      • Chip Doctor says:

        Wendy, we can still harness our cold anger as we wait for 2020. Yes, this is sarcasm.

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    • WSB says:

      All of our televisions showed one district in any of these races still out, with a 99% or 97% vote tally.

      I guess that is all we need to know. Funny, the Dems early voting could not outswamp the R early voting this year, so they had to manufacture a LOT of votes on Election Day.

      That mist be it.

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    • rvsueandcrew says:

      gingergal…. This AZ criminality makes me sick.

      As a new resident of Arizona, it felt so good to drop off my Arizona ballot marked straight R all the way. I put on my little “I Voted Early” sticker and went on my happy way.

      Boy, that feeling didn’t last and I wonder if I’ll ever get it back.

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  4. Eilert says:

    No worries President Trump already on it:

    Did they have a Honey Pot for Boward County?

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  5. Howie says:

    BOLO for riots in Broward soon.

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  6. TigerBear says:

    I’m betting that 2020 will see Brenda still as the Broward county Supervisor of elections and NONE WILL BE PROSECUTED, except for the toadies/tools/fools being used to transport the ballots illegally. But…..we shall see! This oldster is cynical/skeptical and has seen way more corruption be swept under the carpet than has ever been addressed, and even when addressed few if any ever pay the price, except for us little people.

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  7. anthony earl says:

    i saw a video on IG that shows people loading what looks like ballots from south florida in a rental truck. there is a line of cars that are dropping what could be ballots. i dont know how to link it here from IG if you can.

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    • I saw that too but don’t twitter. It shows a line of cars transferring potential ballots onto a rental moving truck. If anyone knows how to link it, the Twitter name is Tim Canova@Tim_Canova.

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  8. juniorsenior says:

    Is the case of the Democratic National Committee vs. the Republican National Committee, originally from 1982, involving vote fraud still in affect?

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  9. Ross says:

    I am not from the USA but I take an interest in US politics, because it has a significant effect on the rest of the world.
    I will be blunt –your voting system and it’s lack of controls is “third world”. The US sends observers to African countries, for example, to observe the integrity of their elections. Maybe independent observers are needed for US elections.

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    • It wasn’t so long ago that our elections could operate on an “honor system”. But mass immigration and the morphing of one of our major political parties into a full-on communist front has changed everything, unfortunately. It’s all happening because we have allowed a corrupted elite ruling class to form that is willing to burn everything to the ground before giving up power.

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      • mostlyogauge says:

        Sadly, this is very true. We are dealing with an incredibly corrupt and evil group of people that, for them, the ends justifies any means.

        Sundance nailed it in the post from yesterday, “What We Can Expect With a Democrat-Marxist Controlled House of Representatives….”. They are cunning. They live, eat, sleep, and breath cunning in order to bring this country down and take it over. They don’t care about anything or anybody. Their ultimate goal is to destroy this country. We have to stop them, which could get violent.

        This is a war for our country. We could have a 2nd Revolutionary War; not a 2nd Civil War, but a 2nd Revolutionary War because of all the outside, international influences that are trying to destroy this country. These people have “drafted” so many useful idiots via our broken educational system that will take years to overcome and fix.

        What do we do in the meantime? I don’t know about you, but I’m buying more ammo.

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    • Deplorable Patriot says:

      What we need is paper ballots only with solid photo ID for citizen voters only and evidence chain of command signatures. Over the decades, all of that has been thrown out thanks to court cases, and the 2000 election when the fairly reliable Vote-O-Matic system of paper ballots was demonized. Now that Trump is able to fill the federal judiciary, those court cases may be reversed, and with all the cyber experts saying there is no way to secure the computers, the online systems may go away. So should the mail in stuff. That’s an open invitation for fraud. We just need to bite the bullet, take the day off, and maybe even have an assigned hour to vote in our precincts.

      The other thing is that there need to be witnesses to the counting and it needs to be done by hand. Many states don’t have that like Virginia which turned blue almost overnight.

      I think this particular time, two things are going on: obvious evidence collection, and the politicians who the Dems would cheat out of victories have been recruited to shine a spotlight on it, i.e., Rick Scott, Marco Rubio, etc. There’s more going on than people realize.

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      • mariner says:

        I’ll believe there’s something going on other than gaslighting and bullshitting us when people start going to jail.

        Until then this is just happy-talk.

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    • gueppebarre says:

      Could not agree more strongly, Ross. Good observation.

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  10. Unbelievable……always Florida…

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  11. 6x47 says:

    Wouldn’t it be delicious for Brenda Snipes to be prosecuted for civil rights violations under the Voting Rights Act of 1965?

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    • dd_sc says:

      AAG Whitaker can appoint Kris Kobach as Special Prosecutor to investigate voter fraud in Florida and Arizona.

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      • dd_sc says:

        And Montana

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      • 6x47 says:

        Here’s the thing- I sincerely hope President Trump fully understands the next 2 years will be war. What the House Democrats are prepared to do will make the Mueller probe and the machinations of the Small Group look like nothing.

        There won’t be any deals. There will be no common ground. Nancy Pelosi would murder her own grandchildren and eat their hearts raw if she thinks it will hurt Trump.

        He needs to strike hard: Prosecutions for leaking classified information against Dem Congressmen. Public corruption investigations of Democrats all over the country. And yes – a Special Counsel to investigate Democrat corruption under Obama and the 2016 election.

        Do not repeat the same mistakes of extending an olive branch. If you turn the other cheek the Dems will cut your throat. Again.

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        • Black Irish Rose says:

          Agreed, 110%

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        • FrankieZee says:

          I think he knows this already and he will fight. His presser after the elections said it all. He cam out loaded for bear.

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        • Bogeyfree says:

          In FL, look what happens when you don’t stand up to evil and criminal activity by first exposing it to all and then prosecuting all perpetrators to the fullest extent of the law. If you do nothing, it just continues and continues.

          This is why PT MUST expose and prosecute those who conspired to frame and take down a sitting President. If he does nothing, it just continues and continues.

          I agree this is war and the next 2 years is all about exposing the evil and corruption of the left for all to see and prosecuting them to the fullest. If there are no penalties for breaking the law, then laws are worthless and society/decency ends.

          PT with a kick ass AG is the only chance we have to expose who these people really are and he has 2 years to do it otherwise IMO you can kiss the “good ole” USA as we know it goodbye.

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        • thedoc00 says:

          The problem is not the president preparing to combat the democrat party. The problem is the Republican Party and its leadership. Watch McConnell over the next few weeks. If he reorganizes the leadership of Senate Committees and does more to expedite the appointment of the 100’s of the president’s Executive Branch selections still outstanding, then the President can maneuver and actually fight a mobile political battle. If not, it will be the president vs congress at every turn.

          The Republican Senate currently feels it has leverage over the president and there will be a push for swamp creatures for every cabinet post that opens. Balanced budgets and spending control will not happen. Lindsey Graham has already told the president who will be acceptable as AG and Rupert Murdock laughed in McConnell’s face yesterday, if Mitch tried to scold him over Fox network’s behavior on election night. The only front the Senate will actually support 100% is the judges because those judges provide a measure of survivability to the Republican party after President Trump.

          So, let’s see what Mitch has in store for senate committee leadership as that will tell the tale on the intensity of combat the President is about to enter leading to 2020.

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        • sturmudgeon says:

          Right! These evil people will continue their evil ways until they are “in the ground”, and gentle people won’t know what hit them… WAKE UP!!

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  12. visage13 says:

    Thank you Sundance, now here is the question, what can we, the voters of FL, do if anything? I am beyond terrified that they will overturn Desantis’ & Gov Scott’s wins.

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    • Melanie says:

      I proudly voted for Desantis and Scott on Election day. I have turned off all news here in Palm Beach County. I’m sick to my stomach and terrified. Can’t the Bay County votes help us through this? The Pan Handle has always been a Republican Stronghold here in Florida. God Please Help Us!

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  13. Scott files a lawsuit and explains why on Hannity. Apologies if this is already posted.

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  14. Irons says:

    Senate elections stolen in Montana and now Arizona. We are a banana republic and the spineless republican party makes me sick. We the people are going to have to clean this up as our “elected officials” are in on it.

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    • James Carpenter says:

      Pitchforks and torches?
      Most folks own neither.
      Plenty of guns and ammo though.
      Who are you going to shoot? Who decides?
      Who wants to go to prison or die for what would amount to a political assassination?
      The corrupt political cheaters, their enablers and paymasters are all too aware of how powerless the peace-loving, hard-working, law-abiding citizenry really is. We (me, you, all of us) have too much to lose compared to what we still have and cling to. This is crippling for relatively comfortable people. Revolution is born and carried forward by those who have more to gain than lose.

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      • Boots says:

        “political assassination”
        ————–
        The media and courts would call it that. But they’d be wrong. It wouldn’t be an assassination. It would be the inevitable end result of a citizenry having been pushed beyond the breaking point by being bullied, threatened, and pushed for decades by a hostile government and bad actors. It would be stopping a robbery; that is, the theft of millions of votes. It would be, in many ways, the application of justice after decades of justice being denied.

        The dual threats of prison and execution for violating the law are how government keeps The People in line. It’s getting time for The People to use the same things to keep government in line.

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        • Alligator Gar says:

          “It’s getting time for The People to use the same things to keep government in line.” We are the government. How dare ANY servant threaten the master!

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      • Irons says:

        Looks like you may need a safe space and a teddy bear JC.

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      • Our founders had more to lose and they fought. Your definition of revolution is 20th/21st century. Laying down one’s life for another and understanding that freedom is not free used to be taught….

        wow….on a side note. I’m here in the Bay Area and a fire from 90 miles away has blown smoke all over our sky.

        California…drought, drugs, thugs and fires…I’m expecting locusts soon

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      • WRB says:

        I believe the English living in the colonies back in the 1770’s were much more wealthy than those in England. Perhaps the richest in the world. You can dig out letters in that time period written by King George’s soldiers, telling folks back home that people over here (Long Island, I think) have it *good* — and why are they rebelling??

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  15. 6x47 says:

    In all likelihood there will be an inquiry and all the suspicious ballots mysteriously found once Snipes knew how many she needed to manufacture will be disallowed. The Election Night totals will be used.

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    • Q sent me says:

      How about a monetary reward offered to the stooges who marked up the ballots — if they rat on their bosses?

      Give them an incentive to do the right thing, and also, reduce their sentence (NOT drop all charges). Thus they’d be much more ahead taking the deal, than sitting back and going to jail with Snipes.

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      • They whip into a frenzy snowflakes and delusional who cannot conceive of bigger pictures and so hold onto their messiahs and will do anything for them, not rat

        Sheeple

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      • 6x47 says:

        The whole purpose of requiring the county board of elections to report the vote TOTAL within 30 minutes after the polls close is to provide a baseline for auditing the results. Make them tell you the MAXIMUM NUMBER OF VOTES they can count BEFORE THEY KNOW HOW MANY ARE NEEDED TO SWING THE RESULT.

        Broward reported something like 634K ballots received … but then they figured out the lift was not too heavy and they could manufacture enough votes to change the outcome. That’s when Snipes’ people went rogue and started stuffing the ballot boxes. They didn’t do it in 2016 because the margin was too great to overcome. Not so here.

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  16. GSR says:

    This is why I have become quite apathetic about voting and our system of government. Whenever a Demtard loses, the Demtard lawyers come out of the woodwork, digging and digging and “surprisingly” finding some votes that were yet to be counted. Amazing!

    The USA is pretty much over IMHO. Its just running on the fumes of it’s past. Trump had two years to build a wall and to lower the endless sham of “family unification” within the legal immigration process. He failed. Now with Nancy Botox, we’re gonna hear two years of talk about the “DACA kids” and how this nation must do right by them! Ha ha ha ha……endless nonsense.

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    • 6x47 says:

      The worst part is this kind of blatant corruption destroys faith in the system. One side sees an election being stolen by fraud; the other thinks the winners are cheating by preventing the people’s votes being counted.

      Richard Nixon in 1960 didn’t challenge the results of the Presidential election when it was evident the Democrats had stolen the election because doing so would undermine faith in our institutions. John McCain made the same decision in 2008 when evidence of rampant voter fraud came to light, for the same reason (although in McCain’s election it wouldn’t have changed the outcome).

      Today’s Democrats don’t care – about the people, the process. or America.

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  17. f.fernandez says:

    They respect the Democratic process only if it benefits Democrats.

    Savages.

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  18. youme says:

    Seems the no election experts were ever sent….. they is whats happens when those responsible are not prosecuted

    “The Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office violated state and federal laws by destroying ballots from a 2016 Congressional race too soon — and while the ballots were the subject of a lawsuit against the office, a judge has ruled.

    Based on that ruling, Florida’s Department of State will send election experts to the Broward elections office in the upcoming election “to ensure that all laws are followed,” the governor’s office said. It could also cost the elections office more than $200,000 to pay attorney’s fees for Tim Canova, the defeated candidate who sued the office”

    https://www.sun-sentinel.com/local/broward/fl-sb-broward-elections-supervisor-broke-law-snipes-canova-20180514-story.html

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  19. sickrickfl says:

    Actually – the uncounted districts (according to AP) were in DADE this time. Heavily hispanic (which means DeSantis/Nunez) and African American.

    Gillum already conceded (though he will now be encouraged to fight to the death), and while the count (99%) still puts DeSantis ahead by 36K votes – we’re still in recount territory.

    I was fearful at 7PM election night – but I knew the Panhandle would carry both Scott & DeSantis.

    Now the with “business as usual” ballot fraud by Snipes – the recount is heavily in question.

    At this point – we need to have DADE BROWARD & PALM BEACH HAVE A REVOTE/RUNOFF – SUPERVISED BY FEDERAL AUTHORITIES.

    WE CAN NO LONGER TRUST THESE COUNTIES TO MANAGE THE BALLOTING PROCESS WITHOUT SUPERVISION.

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  20. Dani TX says:

    This happened every election in the same place with the same people and nothing got done. What did Rick Scott do as governor to help rectify the situation? Apparently nothing, but since his election is now threatened he’s suddenly on the case. This happens in many places across the country, although maybe not to this obvious extent, and unless voter fraud and loose election rules are addressed it’s only going to get worse.

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  21. mike says:

    Sundance; You are misleading us. When I clicked on the link to Hillary paying Snipes to send 2 ballots to dems there was nothing even remotely close to what you claimed.

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    • 6x47 says:

      I remember the story well. Broward county sent out this printed ballots that were missing a proposition, and then they sent out a corrected ballots. So there were two ballots out and the elections commissioner would except either one. And once the balance have been removed from the envelopes there’s no telling who sent in which ballot. And this all occurred in the context of Hillary Clinton herself meeting with the election commissioner

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    • lemmus1 says:

      …my, my, my …the trolls are out in force today

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  22. icestation3 says:

    Please do not describe this as corruption. This is a far-left ideologically driven attempt to steal power away from conservatives so that the cultural Marxist agenda can be fully implemented. The word ‘corruption’ not only implies something else e.g., a lust for power and greed, but it’s use significantly downplays the importance of what is happening.

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  23. Boots says:

    https://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/politics/fl-ne-election-broward-unusual-total-20181108-story.html

    BROWARD COUNTY BALLOTS DESIGNED TO HIDE SENATE RACE CHOICES
    ———————-
    FL news paper Sun-Sentinel reports that (at least) 24,900 people who voted for governor didn’t vote for a senator. Report states ballot design may be to blame. That seems to be the case. Further, it seems the ballot was deliberately designed that way. The bubble/check boxes for all races except senate were prominently displayed in body of the ballot, but bubbles/check boxes for senate were put in left hand side of ballot. Excerpt:

    “….the Sun Sentinel found that Broward’s ballot failed to follow best design practices and may have confused voters.”

    “Counties design their own ballots, and Broward put the Senate race in the bottom left-hand corner, below the instructions. That violates guidelines outlined in a 2007 report by the U.S. Election Assistance Commission, which said ballots with vertical instructions, like Broward’s, “cannot share column space with contests — test voters often overlooked races located immediately beneath vertical instructions.”

    “Whitney Quesenbery, a ballot expert and co-director of the Center for Civic Design, which seeks to implement best design practices for ballots, said Broward’s ballot design could have caused some voters to skip over the race.

    “People can and do make mistakes based on design,” she said.”
    =======

    SOUTHERN BROWARD IS EPICENTER OF UNCAST SENATOR VOTES
    ———————
    Unless a voter took time to *actually read the entire ballot*, they would not have seen the senate bubbles/check boxes. Excerpt:

    “The largest discrepancies between the governor and Senate votes appear in a group of precincts in southern Broward, specifically in the congressional district of U.S. Rep. Frederica Wilson, the Sun Sentinel found. “Here is a look at the unusual vote patterns in Broward, based on numbers tallied as of Thursday evening:

    ~Florida Attorney General: More than 13,900 ballots registered a vote for attorney general but not for U.S. Senator.
    ~Florida Agriculture Commissioner: More than 8,700 ballots showed votes for agriculture commissioner, but not Senator.
    ~Florida Chief Financial Officer: More than 8,300 ballots registered votes for CFO but not Senator.”
    =======

    ILLEGAL BROWARD BALLOT DESIGN IN 2000 (BUSH/GORE) AND 2006
    —————–
    “This wouldn’t be the first time a Florida ballot blunder upended results in an important election. The state has a long history of ballot design issues, including the butterfly ballot in Palm Beach County that took center stage in the 2000 Bush vs Gore presidential election and the 2006 ballot layout in the Sarasota congressional race barely won by Republican U.S. Rep. Vern Buchanan.”
    =======

    DEMOCRAT HIT LAWYER BLAMES STUPID VOTERS, NOT ILLEGAL BALLOT DESIGN
    ——————————
    Attorney Marc Elias, who is representing Nelson’s campaign, suggested Thursday that machine counting — not voters overlooking the race — may be the issue.

    “I am pretty confident what you are going to see are markings that were not picked up by the machines or a calibration issue that was not registering that part of the ballot,” he said.

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    • beach lover says:

      Good Grief!

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    • Chewbarkah says:

      They tricked dullards into leaving the Senate section blank, so Broward election officials could have a free shot at filling it in for them. This is too realistic a scenario to certify ANY Broward Co votes are legitimate. This requires a do-over managed by a court-supervised commission. Brenda Snipes must go.

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      • Boots says:

        EXACTLY!!

        That’s why the “counting” is taking so long.

        Because they’re filling in the blank bubbles/check boxes.

        Only Federally supervised re-vote will do.

        That *should* bring out the R’s in force.

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    • JRD says:

      Please !!!
      You believe anything scum Marc Elias says?

      If you’ve forgotten, Marc Elias is the same Perkins Coie lawyer who engaged Fusion GPS using money passed through his firm by the DNC and the Hillary Clinton campaign. Which means he is responsible for the fake dossier used to obtain FISA warrants on Trump campaign

      Mark Elias is also defending Debbie Wasserman Schultz and the DNC in the DNC Fraud Lawsuit. Which means he assisted in stealing the nomination from Bernie.

      Marc Elias also hired by Soros mysteriously found ballots in the trunk of a car in the Coleman/Franken senate race.

      The man is a Machiavellian piece of garbage and belongs in prison.

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  24. John Juan says:

    Watching Laura Ingram last night, there was a bit of an explanation as to how this fraud takes place. Florida has provisions in place for close elections that automatically trigger a recount if the margin of victory is less that half a percent (I think I have that correct). So now Snipes can go to work doing what she does best. That’s why Gov. Scott filed as/when he did. Rubio (is he actually pulling one for the team?) pointed out that Florida law requires all voted to be tallied within thirty minutes of the polls closing; and yet here we are 2 days later with cheaters still counting votes and not reporting how long or many many more ballots are left to tally.
    Here in Georgia, I don’t think the cheaters have a strong enough foothold yet to pull off the governor election steal. According to Kemp, even if all the sent, unaccounted absentee ballots came back for Abrams, she still wouldn’t have enough to win. Apparently, her side is readying for a court based decision to force a run off. If that’s the case, seeing these other disaster areas like FLorida and Arizona will have a very motivating effect on Kemp supporters.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      JJ, this seems slightly incorrect. Florida law requires all absentee ballot totals to be reported 1/2 hour after poll closings, not all ballots. Is there a law that requires total vote counts as well? If so, apologies, my error.
      We fly-over staters are praying for you down south and for those out west.

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    • WRB says:

      >> Florida law requires all voted to be tallied within thirty minutes of the polls closing; <<
      The obvious remedy is to accept the count as of that date and time.
      And, 2nd, do a "Paul Manafort" on these Broward election officials.

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  25. Dragoon says:

    Why are we expected to share a country with blacks?
    They hate us and have failed to uphold their end of the bargain following the Civil Rights Act. They continuously vote for the Democrats who flood our country with Hispanics with IQs almost as low as their’s.
    Boomers, if you care about your children’s future , the diversity experiment must be ENDED & REVERSED.

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    • There’s never been any real answer for what to do about low IQ groups except to keep them in their own countries and let evolution do its job. But I would be willing to give a religious revival a try. It won’t help IQ but belief in God and the golden rule would go a long way toward enabling harmony even in multi-racial communities.

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    • Nathan Hale says:

      Out bigot! No time for this kind of crap.

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      • How do you suggest dealing with racial identitarian groups overrunning our country?

        You can’t stop human nature. When faced with hard times, even if those hard times are completely subjective, people will revert to tribalist behavior based upon the clearest markers of identity.

        You can’t stop that.

        It’s not about bigotry.

        Diversity + Proximity = war, and we’re seeing it on this thread and in races like GA and FL.

        There’s no way to stop visibly different groups of people from teaming up to disenfranchise one another.

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      • Dragoon says:

        Way to be a leftist, Nathan. The whole ‘racism’ paradigm is a leftist invention. Stand up for your people!
        Once whites become a minority in their own countries, human civilization is basically done for. The Chinese certainly aren’t going to enlighten the world.

        The founding fathers built this country for ourselves and OUR POSTERITY. Not the posterity of blacks, Mexicans, Indians, Asians, or Jews.

        This country belongs to whites – get on board or get lost,

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        • You can make the logical case for too much visible diversity destroying social cohesion and giving rise to civil unrest, but the reality is:

          A – If you wanted to “keep America white” you’re about 53 years too late. The nation is already irrevocably multi-ethnic with no clear majority
          AND
          B – this line of thinking is just re-packaged intersectional feminist BS, because Italians and Irish were not “white” in the 1820’s and we now have various racial groups on the left attacking one another for having lighter skin.

          It’s time to apply that hard Machiavellian realism the Alt-Right is so famous for and start creating strategies to deal constructively with that reality in a way which preserves the USA as a nation.

          The proper way forward is to weaponize the Left’s anti-racist rhetoric and club them with it every time they push forward with this identitarian BS.

          If an organization or news outlet’s representatives make a comment that is racially divisive, refuse to grant them legitimacy until they address it and purge the bigots spouting it.

          It’s time for right-leaning groups to start organizing “Sleeping Giants” style economic warfare and organized boycotts against any organization which practices race-baiting through official channels.

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        • Skippy says:

          ADMIN, please delete for blatant racism.

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          • Dragoon says:

            Have fun losing, cuckservatives.

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            • 4EDouglas says:

              Ok I’m all three races. White ,Native ,Black . Conservative. Christian. Granma
              was Eastern Cherokee. My family arrived in Oregon from the south to run into the KKK -democrat business man’s club here. My Cowboy/Indian Pop put his job on the line to hire black friend -who was laid off from the Post Office when they did away with the Railway Post Offices. Republicans all of them. We have in our town a little back church . the pastor is MAGA -and ex Airborne.. Do not place all blacks/Hispanics in one lump. They are out there MAGA is important to them too. BTW if you think you are ‘white’ and your family has been here a long time, Your DNA may shock you….

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              • Orygun says:

                I too am a mix of many races and so is my wife. To have lived in this country considered the “Melting Pot” is to be a mix of many different races. That is what makes this country so unique.
                The underlying glue is that we are all Americans and proud of it.

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          • Please don’t.
            People like this need to be addressed and crushed with counter-arguments.
            Simply “no platforming” does not help this problem.

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        • lemmus1 says:

          …Sundancer, Ad Rem …where are you? …this has been up for hours now!

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  26. Winning 2018 says:

    The FBI investigates VOTER FRAUD. The U.S. House of Representatives VOTER FRAUD statutes are numerous and located on their website. President Trump forewarned he would ensure anyone engaging in VOTER FRAUD would be prosecuted to the fullest measure of the law!

    READ THE STATUTES FOR YOURSELF … MANY PEOPLE IN THE USA (LEGAL AND ILLEGAL) ARE BOUND FOR LENGTHY PRISON SENTENCES.

    http://uscode.house.gov/search.xhtml?searchString=voter+fraud&pageNumber=1&itemsPerPage=100&sortField=CODE_ORDER&action=search&q=dm90ZXIgZnJhdWQ%3D%7C%3A%3A%3A%3A%3A%3A%3A%3Afalse%3A%7C%3A%3A%3A%3A%3A%3A%3A%3Afalse%3A%7Cfalse%7C%5B%3A%3A%3A%3A%3A%3A%3A%3Afalse%3A%5D%7C%5B%3A%5D

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  27. notunderwhelmed says:

    This democrat BS of stealing elections and not following voting rules needs to be challenged and stopped. Broward county and democrat urban areas are stealing elections. We need federal standards/ protocol for federal elections. We need voter ID and votes don’t count after the election –ballot timeline –has ended. Where are the lawyers representing conservative interests? I won’t ask, “Where are the republican lawyers?”because they are probably busy colluding with the democrats. We the electorate are getting screwed while politicians on both sides serve their masters. I am sick of this.

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    • notunderwhelmed says:

      Winning 2018 — I’ll believe the prosecutions for voter fraud when someone is actually locked up. Democrats get away with murder. That is why I ran away from those globalist anti- American pond dwellers.

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  28. Notice how these Senate seats became endangered when Ruth Ginsberg fell?

    Now the Mississippi Senate run of is in danger of flipping. Trump better get down there and do some heavy lifting. Also the Gov. better insure that there will be no fraud. This is war.

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  29. dd_sc says:

    Remember Kris Kobach heading up President Trump’s voter fraud commission. Had to stop because he didn’t have subpoena power and Democrat governors and other bureaucrats weren’t cooperating. Handed the program off to DHS because they do have subpoena power and election integrity is in their jurisdiction. Too bad Sec. Kirstjen Nielsen didn’t really follow up.

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  30. Harleyd says:

    You can file the Kris Kobach led Voter Fraud Commission and the subsequent DHS crusade against voter fraud in the “broken promises” file that includes “trust Sessions”, “60,000 sealed indictments”, “GITMO is ready to go”, “IG reports matter”, etc.

    So much for Qanon. Looking more and more like misdirection designed to keep the conservative masses lulled to sleep thinking something good was really going to happen.

    There is Democrat voter fraud everywhere. Most major Democrat voting centers were smart enough to mix their fraudulent votes in with the legitimate votes, so absent a mandatory recount, the results stand and the fraud is invisible. FL/AZ weren’t that smart. They had to manufacture votes after the vote counting period, thus shining a spotlight on the obvious criminality.

    We had a past situation in Connecticut, where I live, in which boxes and boxes of ballots were found in car trunks and other places that just happened to turn an election. What a surprise.

    It shouldn’t have been that hard to set up a multi area sting to “out” this fraud. Once again, quiet, conservative Patriots were not only let down but were deliberately lied to.

    As the song says, “When will we ever learn?”

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  31. beach lover says:

    And just like the problem with Antifa.. there is big money behind this. Until it is addressed head on, it will get even worse.
    This is just what Whitaker was appointed for.. let him have at it all!! Thank you President Trump for getting this man in the office to finally.. get the draining started.

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  32. beach lover says:

    Florida! Please get on top of this fiasco. There is corruption in Broward County without a doubt. If they can ‘find” provisional ballots and they get mixed in with regular ballots and counted as such… how can that ever be sorted out??

    If this can be proven, then I say throw out all voted from Broward county. They should lose the right to hold control over the state like this.. and in the case of 2000.. the whole country. The only reason they let her off in 2016, was because Trump won the state by too much for it to matter.

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    • J-Mac says:

      That’s BS and stupid.

      No way MAGA Republican defenders of Justice would let off Democrat criminals “just because”.

      Trump would rake them over the coals for this. No way would this happen.

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  33. Nathan Hale says:

    OK-we are close to crossing off the states of Florida and Arizona via recounting. Ever since the drama of the “hanging chads”, I’ve hoped in vain for a giant wake up call.

    Our election process needs to be completely overhauled. For in-state elections I don’t give a damn how corrupt the process is (outside my own state). If California, Oregon, New York, Washington, etc. want illegals to vote, corrupt recounts, no ID or English required- it’s all fine by me.

    But Federal elections for Senators-Representatives-Presidents should have Federal guidelines, Federal standards, federal supervision, and severe penalties for violating Federal election laws. We are way past “enough is enough”.

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    • beach lover says:

      Agree. First and foremost the provision ballot mess is just asking for fraud! If you have a brain and show up without proper ID, you should NOT get to vote and pretend it is the same as someone who has voted legally for years! That vote counts the same. Horse hockey!

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      • Ross Newland says:

        When I worked some elections in the past 12 years, provisional ballots had to be used for a different reason – a few people who registered to vote at the DMV in NC, never got listed on our county’s election roll. This seemed to happen once or twice every single election, just in my precinct (somewhat rural area). Multiply that by how many precincts in the state, some of which are heavily populated…

        In one instance, a man and his wife showed up to vote on election day. They had both registered to vote at the same time, when visiting the DMV to get new drivers licenses. Her voter registration got recorded by the county, but his did not. The election office offered him a provisional ballot, but initially he would not accept that solution. I don’t remember if he changed his mind or not.

        I’ve seen DMV mess-ups happen often enough Again, this was just one precinct in a small county. The question has become obvious – are DMV personnel neglecting to transmit voter registrations to the appropriate county (or the state? – not sure of the process). Honest mistakes, or with intent? Considering the potential number of registrations not transmitted through, that is an honest question.

        And this does not even approach what is happening in California. IMHO, DMV voter registration should be fully abandoned. It pulls an extra government agency into the registration process, creating more opportunity for mistakes and/or corruption. If corruption, there may be no way to track down a guilty person.

        Another related question we’ve been discussing at our home…WHY on earth hasn’t a decent, reliable method been put in place to remove dead voters from the rolls? Another discussion for another time.

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        • Ross Newland says:

          One more thought. If necessary, maybe the good people of this country need to start their own online / social media movement:

          Don’t register to vote at the DMV!

          Your vote might not be allowed if you do! Register only at your election office!

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    • J-Mac says:

      No. No. No. No. No. No.

      No more power to the Feds. Are you insane? You want to destroy States Rights and centralize power in Washington DC?

      A recipe for disaster if ever I’ve heard one.

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      • Nathan Hale says:

        Really?

        States Rights? By what right do corrupt state election officials in Florida, Arizona, California, etc. attempt to overthrow our Senate, House, and Presidency by “local” voter fraud?

        The balance of power between federal and state governments has been settled before.

        As I have posted before, in consideration of “states rights” let each state set its own standards for in-state elections. I’m more than tired of footing the bill for federal election corruption at the state level.

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    • Orygun says:

      I was told that the people of the respective states can’t recall their Federal representatives because the reps are being paid by the Federal government. If the Federal government has that much say in our reps then they also should have a large voice in the validity of their elections.

      When they passed Obamacare I took a sudden interest in the recall procedures in my state only to find out the very same pols fixed it so it is nearly impossible to recall your reps. Go figure.

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    • Not lost yet. Geez, this has turned into a process and it just started. I have to believe people are fighting – just because we can’t see them, doesn’t mean they aren’t there fighting.

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  34. Daniel says:

    New AG, clear and obvious violations, perpetrator with long history of this behavior. It doesn’t get any better than this.

    If there’s not 5+ years in federal prison resulting from this, I’ll be a little disappointed. I don’t know what the sentencing guidelines for this may be, but I suppose it’s based on what charges could be successfully prosecuted. Criminal conspiracy absolutely fits here. It’s not “merely” voter fraud here, it’s an extremely large scale and organized effort. (She’s not doing this alone!) sentencing is based on the number of criminal counts against her, she’s looking at hundreds or more life sentences… again, depending on how sentencing is rendered.

    The fact is, it’s a huge, huge problem despite what other media sources would prefer to claim.

    But this page (https://www.heritage.org/voterfraud/search?name=&state=FL&year=&case_type=24487&fraud_type=24489) allows you to browse some information but not enough detail. But after digging into common sentencing, I’m seeing things like 20 counts of absentee ballot fraud earning the perpetrator about two years in federal prison and a fine. But we’re talking about several tens of thousands of fraudulent ballots.

    TENS OF THOUSANDS.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      The media and politicians, of both parties, spent allot of time pushing the foreigners as the election fraud issue and diverted ALL resources to that focus. We’ll see how far this harrumph goes about internal voter fraud, based on history my expectations are zero, hope I am wrong.

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  35. Nathan Hale says:

    Election/Voter Fraud should be treated the same way any attempt to overthrow the government should be treated; in just the exact same manner as those involved in the plot to assassinate Lincoln-see pictures on-line.

    Laws without enforcement aren’t worth the paper they are printed on.

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  36. -Gary says:

    This has me ripping mad. How this woman (Snipes) still has her job is beyond me. These attempts at stealing elections must stop and stop now. I implore POTUS to insist federal officials be sent to the involved counties and watch what is going on and make sure the right questions are asked. I want an OVER-WHELMING presence at each venue. I want those involved in this to be aware / concerned / AFRAID, that they will be implicated / exposed and prosecuted, especially, the low level grunts who do the dirty work. Until the punishment fits the crime…this will not stop.

    I remember in 2000, BUSH / GORE, that fiasco went on and on and on. I remember photos in the local rag of commissioner Sue Gunzburger and the other crooked Democrats in Broward, with their magnifying glasses looking for shards of a chad on a ballot. Finally, our side (citizens) had enough. They amassed (in pretty good numbers) at the Broward County Courthouse and voiced their outrage. Shortly thereafter the charade stopped. ENOUGH, damn it.

    Stopping this blatant cheating is equally (if not more) important than the invasion at the border. It is a safe bet the Dems are going to cheat, we know that but let us not forget that when they are confronted with force and firmness, they cower like the cowards they are. This is as good an opportunity as any to smack them down and punish those involved.

    The citizen video that has been widely displayed of ballots being shuffled around, is in my opinion; pretty damn good evidence to turn up the heat on these bastards. I’m sorry if this rant is semi-coherent but I’m am livid thinking about this.

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    • rvsueandcrew says:

      I’m livid, too, -Gary, and I’m nowhere near Florida. I can’t help but wish every livid voter in FL would show up in Broward County, not for violence, but to make it clear with their raised fists and angry voices that this vote tampering has got to stop!

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  37. In so tired of officials, SOS’S, AND counties that slow walk the count to steal elections.
    I live in MN where Norm Coleman’s Senate victory was stolen by corruption in St Louis County. They “found” 1300 votes in the trunk of an election officials car. Just enough to make Al Franken the victor and the 60th vote for Obama care!
    We see you, Dade County. Your corruption will not last!

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  38. polk8dot says:

    Wow, seriously, who would have thought it is soooo easy to steal an election? Put the specific targeted ‘contest’ directly under and on the side of vertically placed instructions to ensure it gets overlooked, then, when recount is threatened, have your people mark whatever you desire for that contest’s outcome. No way to ever prove otherwise. Brilliantly criminal! If this crook wasn’t black, she would have been in prison since 2014!!!

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  39. blondegator says:

    I am a native of Broward County, and with the exception of my college years at UF and my first marriage at Ft. Riley, have lived here all of my life.

    I don’t have the words for the anger I am feeling today (well, okay I do, but they’d not make it past the word filters!).

    I want to see Brenda Snipes perp walked right out of here, this morning. Nothing else will assuage my white hot anger.

    I apologize to everyone here, we R-words try and try, but the sleazy Democrat Monolith is unbeatable here.

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  40. Sparky5253 says:

    Pam Bondi and Rick Scott knew about voter fraud after the last election. Both derelict in their jobs. When are Conservatives going to realize that Democrats play to win by any means possible.

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  41. Lulu says:

    If they are allowed to steal FL and AZ, I may stop voting because there’s no point as my vote doesn’t actually count. It may be time to hunker down and await the coming collapse. Glenn Beck was right about storing food, etc.

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    • trumpthepress says:

      That’s what they want. Don’t fall for it. I think this election will prove all the fraud. Proof and prosecution could actually happen this time!

      We will win because we have the greatest President in our court – literally and figuratively.

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      • J-Mac says:

        Kobach uncovered fraud in the 2016 New Hampshire Senate Race.

        Trump put DOJ AG Sessions onto this to weed out the corruption in New Hampshire. Good on Trump. Good on Sessions and good on Kobach for uncovering this.

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  42. Colin the little brown emoji says:

    Democrats all belong in an institution; for this onem a snipe hunt might be the cre.

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  43. Beau Geste says:

    At least ever since the Chicago crooked voter scam that elected JF Kennedy, the corrupt big-city dems wait until they know the number of votes they need to “create”, then create them after the election results are in. Extra ballots in the trunk of a Minnesota car elects that freakin weirdo Franken.

    The FBI should seize the “extra” ballots, check them for common fingerprints and penink styles, interrogate all the “workers”, examine all districts with more votes than voters and/or which have (close to) 100 % dem votes and find one R or Green or independent voter, then prosecute, determine the number of illegal aliens voting and prosecute them.

    The FBI should have had the big city precincts and the Dem operatives and voting personnel under FISA surveillance throughout the election and absentee/early voting operations. In fact, they can go back and get all communications already recorded by getting a FIAS Warrant, which is very easy to get from a very compliant FISA Court (99% granted historically?)

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    • lemmus1 says:

      …c’mon …FISA applies to Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act …it has absolutely no involvement/authority in local elections corruption unless we find a Russian spymaster behind the poll booth curtains

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      • Beau Geste says:

        sorry for the sarcasm about the one-sided FISA Court. But doesn’t Menendez have Florida foreign-payoff buddies? And don’t the dems take campaign contributions from foreign creditcards and otehr sources? With the 2-jump rule, that covers everyone in Broward County. It would be easy to surveil domestic ballot corruption for the FBI. Or, at least it would be easy if there was a problem with Repub ballot corruption, and a Dem spying-warrant judge….No problem.

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        • lemmus1 says:

          …iirc, a FISA warrant has to begin with a foreign intelligence target and then move to any relevant American’s contact with that target …your Menendez example is reversed and not subject to such …and yes, we all know that was bent all to hell and back …but that didn’t make it legal

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    • lemmus1 says:

      “Snipes was formally appointed on Nov. 20, 2003, to replace former County Supervisor Miriam Oliphant, who was escorted out of her office and removed from her job.

      CBS Miami reported while Oliphant was in office, uncounted votes were found in a cabinet drawer, and the department went a million dollars over budget.

      Snipes was reelected in 2004, 2008, 2012 and 2016.”

      Snipes was reelected in 2004, 2008, 2012 and 2016.

      Snipes was reelected in 2004, 2008, 2012 and 2016.

      Snipes was reelected in 2004, 2008, 2012 and 2016.

      Snipes was reelected in 2004, 2008, 2012 and 2016.

      Snipes was reelected in 2004, 2008, 2012 and 2016.

      Snipes was reelected in 2004, 2008, 2012 and 2016.

      Snipes was reelected in 2004, 2008, 2012 and 2016.

      …read it and weep!

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  44. Sayit2016 says:

    Why has this woman not been arrested for voter fraud? Screw the DNC where is the FBI and Justice Dept? This is Fed Election and in their jurisfiction. If her corruption is so well l known why has it been allowed to continue?

    This is the crap that ticks me off.

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  45. jus wundrin says:

    Nothing has changed in the southern democrat party. They oppressed civil rights in the 50s and 60s, and they still oppress them today.

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  46. uptothere says:

    Knowing all this, we allow this to continue why? At the very least can’t the DOJ clean out this nest of vipers once and for all? At least because a Federal election was involved?

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  47. @ChicagoBri says:

    I self-describe as Libertarian, vote that way whenever I can, and am often castigated for doing so by so called “conservative” GOP members.

    Well, in three states the GOP is doing nothing while seats won fair-and-square in general elections are stolen.

    GOP: allow seats to be stolen- check; fails to repeal ACA – check; supports a 17-years-long-war-in Afghanistan – check; continuously expands the government – check; expands the surveillance state – check; passes and signs disgraceful omnibus spending bill – check; fully funds Planned Parenthood – check; fully funds DACA – check.

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    • JMC says:

      So will your sitting it out still further help?

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      • @ChicagoBri says:

        How many wrong signposts does one need before recognizing that you are on a road taking you where you don’t wish to go?

        The country envisioned by our founders is dead and gone. We are not a free people, and thinking that we are is delusional.

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    • lemmus1 says:

      …you are not alone here …there are many of us who would not vote GOPe if our vote would count …I routinely vote Libertarian down ballot when I’m certain the candidate is a true libertarian and not just a drug-addled miscreant with zero chance of winning

      …but in the meantime, the choice has almost always been between a GOPe (eg Rubio) and a corrupt POS (eg Crist) …and too often, both applied …then Trump moved on a major party …and I could vote both for a candidate I respected and one that could actually make my vote count …and to be absolutely honest …Trump could have led the Dem ticket and I still would have voted for him

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    • Libertarians split the vote in almost 85% of the races we lost. Thanks, but no. We need your help, not your whining.

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      • lemmus1 says:

        …stating the truth is not whining …voting straight ticket GOPe has got you where?
        …I concede the necessity of choosing the lesser of two evils when your vote matters and voting 3rd party is literally throwing it away
        …but I’m very tired of having to vote for GOPe Rubio and his ilk just to prevent a more evil candidate from winning

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      • @ChicagoBri says:

        No whining in my statements. I’d rather belong to a party where a speaker addresses a convention whilst in his underwear than belong to a party that let’s fairly-won seats be stolen by fraud. Which party is the laughingstock ?

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  48. lewfarge48 says:

    Basic Question :
    W T F is WRONG with gop “leadership”
    IF YOU KNOW THIS CRAP IS GOING ON EVERY ELECTION,
    WHY WAS NOTHING DONE IN ADVANCE OF THIS ELECTION ??????????????

    RULE OF 7 P’s
    Proper Planning & Preparation Prevents Piss Poor Performance !

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  49. jus wundrin says:

    Looks like the dems are up to no good in AZ too.

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  50. Lactantius says:

    Rick Scott is Governor through the rest of 2018. He has the ultimate power to investigate Florida election fraud in any nook or cranny in which it is suspected.

    Naturally, the DemonizingRats will babble about “recusal” as a tactic to stop him.

    This is a police matter and there is ample cause for the Governor to call for a thorough investigation based on protecting the integrity of the Florida elections system. Sort of like Robert Mueller is working his ass off trying to protect President Donald J. Trump from inferences of collusion with Russia. Right?

    Never let the other guy frame the narrative.

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    • Orygun says:

      The governor is the one person who can ask the President to send the military in if he feels the corruption is so bad it is beyond the capabilities of the state to handle.
      We’ll see.

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