It appears as though more cases of voter fraud from the recent midterm elections have been discovered in Florida.
Democrats, in particular, are being accused of committing voter fraud in an effort to get more votes in the race for governor, senator and agriculture commissioner, which has control over the Divison of Licensing of weapons.
But according to Politico, the federal government is now investigating these cases.
“The Florida Department of State last week asked federal prosecutors to investigate dates that were changed on official state election documents, the first voting “irregularities” it has flagged in the wake of the 2018 elections,” writes Politico. “The concerns, which the department says can be tied to the Florida Democratic Party (FDP,) center around date changes on forms used to fix vote-by-mail ballots sent with incorrect or missing information. “
Apparently, after missing the deadline for some mail-in ballots, the FDP tried to solve the problem by illegally altering the documents used to fix screwed up ballots.
“Without telling anyone publicly, last Friday Florida election officials sent examples of election documents with altered dates on them to federal prosecutors. They are asking them to investigate,” tweeted Politico’s Matt Dixon.
But there is another claim of voter fraud too.
Protesters in Broward believe that 15 red and orange tags were cut off of ballot boxes before arriving at the election office.
“This election is a fraud,” said Chris Cox, leader of Bikers for Trump said at the protest. “It’s pretty disgusting here. I’m glad that you’re not here because this isn’t anything you want to see.”
Protesters were holding the seals that had been disposed of.
“Based on having 15 tags, that could mean that approximately 37,500 ballots could have been tampered with,” said lawyer Derek A. Schwartz.
After the voter fraud cases came to light last week. Governor Scott pledged that lawsuits would be filed to investigate these claims further.
“They found 78,000 new votes since Election Day, two days ago, in Broward County, and 15,000 more votes in Palm Beach, we don’t know how many more votes that they are going to come up with, but it sure appears that they are going to find as many votes as they can to win the election,” said Scott. “So, I have asked the Florida Department of Law Enforcement to do an investigation. We filed a lawsuit, we are going to fight this, and we are going to win.”
And the lawsuits have been filed.
“Chief Judge Mark Walker of the U.S. District Court’s Northern District in Florida will hear the first of these lawsuits. He will start with what lawyers for Democratic incumbent Sen. Bill Nelson, D-FL, claim are rules that led “tens of thousands” of mail-in ballots to be rejected because voters’ signatures on the envelopes didn’t match other state records,” writes Raw Story. “Another suit contends absentee ballots that did not arrive by Election Day—because of the U.S. Post Office—should be counted.”
Not to mention, Florida and its officials have a long history of voter fraud too.
“Brenda Snipes is the woman in charge, a supervisor in Broward County, which is where a lot of this has been going on. She illegally destroyed physical ballots for a 2016 race, 21 months after a medical marijuana amendment was just completely left off the ballot in 2016. This specific county has had a lot of controversy in its background, and seems to be always sort of the stem of a lot of problems,” said Meghan McCain on The View.