Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Florida's Ballot Recount Fiasco (And Then Some)

(Image by A.F. Branco)

Well, once again the Banana Republic of Broward County, Florida, is in the epicenter of a voting scandal of it's own making.

Where to start?

Let's see:

Back in 2012, almost 200,000 non-citizens may have voted.

Fast forward to the 2018 Midterm Elections, and we have court orders being ignored, reporters threatened and the mixing-up of rejected provisional ballots with good ones.

What the hell is a "provisional ballot," and how has Brenda Snipes managed to keep her job for so long?  I mean even if she's a bona fide Democratic operative, (which personally I think she is), she's a poor one for always drawing public attention to her misdeeds/ineptitude.

Despite the Democrat shenanigans, odds appear to be favorable that Rick Scott and Ron DeSantis will win their respective races. That is, if his campaign can survive the upcoming lawsuits by activist groups.

Florida isn't the only state mired in midterm corruption.  Democrats claim they've uncovered a treasure trove of "surprise ballots."

Maybe they were provisional ballots shipped-in from Florida.

And not wanting to be left-out in the litigation feeding-frenzy, the Georgia Democrat governor wannabee Abrams filed her own lawsuits.

The Diplomad, who's observed elections in various countries, can't guarantee ours are "fair & balanced," (along with comment about the French president's claim that nationalism is evil).

So the Democrat election formula is this:  Demand recounts until the Democrat candidate is declared the winner, and if that doesn't work--file a lawsuit.

"Komissar Al-Blogunov" of The People's Cube posted a rousing article encouraging comrades to find your missing [Democrat] ballots!
(Image by Al Goodwyn)
And just as I was finishing this post, there was more bad news:  former fighter pilot conceded to tutu-wearing activist in the Arizona Senate race.

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