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Report: Rick Scott ORDERS State Police to seize all Broward, Palm Beach ballots

(National SentinelVoter Fraud: As it becomes more obvious that election officials in Broward and Palm Beach counties in Florida, two Democrat strongholds, appear to be attempting to steal election victories from Republicans, Gov. Rick Scott has ordered state police to seize all remaining ballots in those two counties.

Scott, who declared victory in his race to unseat Democratic incumbent Sen. Bill Nelson, knows there is a history of election and voter fraud in those two counties and particularly Broward County, where the election supervisors have been in hot legal water before.

One America News Network correspondent Jack Posobiec tweeted late Thursday:

Florida Governor Scott has ordered state police to seize all Broward and Palm Beach outstanding ballots after Roger Stone called on him publicly to do so




Stone, you may recall, is a long-time associate of POTUS Donald Trump who has been associated recently with Infowars.

Scott’s actions come after the state’s other U.S. senator, Republican Marco Rubio, warned on Thursday of efforts by corrupt Democratic state election officials in those two counties to rip victories away from Scott and U.S. Rep. Ron Desantis, who initially defeated the progressive socialist Democratic mayor of Tallahassee, Andrew Gillum.

Per Gov. Scott:

— In Palm Beach County they have discovered 15,000 new ballots after election day!

— There may be rapid fraud happening in Palm Beach and Broward Counties.

— Palm Beach County is refusing to provide information to the public.

— Palm Beach County is illegally refusing to allow party representatives into the ballot counting area and forcing to make people stand behind a glass wall.

Scott on Thursday also filed suit in Broward and Palm Beach counties in order to force officials to reveal where tens of thousands of ballots mysteriously came from.

“We’ve all seen the incompetence and irregularities in vote tabulations in Broward and Palm Beach for years. Well, here we are again,” he said in a statement released by his campaign. “I will not sit idly by while unethical liberals try to steal this election from the people of Florida.”

Meanwhile, election officials in Arizona are slow-walking the counting of ballots in the tight U.S. Senate race between Democrat Rep. Kyrsten Sinema and GOP Rep. Martha McSally. There, Sinema has now taken a slight lead though some 345,000 ballots from Maricopa County still must be counted.

Never forget: Democrats are the party of voter fraud.

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7 Comments on Report: Rick Scott ORDERS State Police to seize all Broward, Palm Beach ballots

  1. Good move by the governor. Lock those people up!

  2. Maximum penalty.. jail time

  3. AMEN! About time SOMEONE on the Right did SOMETHING, besides whining, to FINALLY address this problem of Democrat voter fraud. I guess we’ll see how it shakes out. Even when Democrats are caught RED HANDED in the worst felonious schemes…they always seem to walk away as though they aren’t criminals. Is there FINALLY some semblance of equal justice?

  4. Ballot box stuffing is pretty unsophisticated and common for these counties. In the past, they would destroy the evidence illegally, without consequence. If Scott could secure the ballots, it would be pretty easy to show how ten thousand ballots were filled out by the same few people.

  5. Violating state and Federal law,, Broward county will destroy their new found ballots, after they give Gillum/Nelson wins. Business as usual.

  6. Just invalidate every vote from those two counties. Problem solved.

  7. Damien James // November 9, 2018 at 7:13 pm // Reply

    These scum need to be arrested NOW & charged with a Federal crime.

    If I had my choice, they would be sent to prison to NEVER see the daylight EVER again.

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