Democrats Are After the Florida Electoral System

Down in Broward County, Florida, the electoral system has become highly suspect over past issues. To say that there have been some shenanigans in past elections is to be kind to election officials down in Representative Debbie Wasserman-Shultz territory. Destroying ballots from an election against a judge’s orders is not a way to instill confidence in the voter base. It appears that Broward County will be getting a State level of supervision in the next election. 

As Written and Reported By Jazz Shaw for Hot Air:

Now we’re sending election monitors to … Broward County?

Florida Man and Florida Woman remain two of the more lovable non-superheroes on social media. They always seem to be getting up to some sort of hijinks which never work out very well in the end. But now they appear to have made the jump into the political arena. Apparently, the state of the electoral system in Broward County (famously the home of Debbie Wasserman-Schultz) is dire and may be under attack. Is it the Russians? Some angry white nationalists? Nope. Turns out that the Democrats have been accused of destroying disputed ballots from Wasserman-Schultz’s primary race in 2016. Things are bad enough that state election monitors are being sent to Broward County to keep an eye on their process. And there are more problems where that one came from. (Politico)

The elections supervisor in Florida’s second-most populous county broke state and federal law by unlawfully destroying ballots cast in Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s 2016 Democratic primary, a judge ruled Friday in a case brought by the congresswoman’s challenger who wanted to check for voting irregularities.

In light of the ruling, Gov. Rick Scott’s administration — which has expressed concerns with how Broward County Election Supervisor …


Florida’s electoral system is under attack… by Democrats


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