Fake news bullshit posting about residents
going home to get guns.
I am going to kill you, you pile of dogshit.
Such is the sentiment of one south Florida resident when he was asked what should be done about the rampant election fraud taking place once again in Broward County, Florida.
Michael Smensky stood outside the Broward Election Commission Headquarters today, protesting with dozens of other Floridians, after word leaked out that tens-of-thousands of "uncounted" ballots have magically appeared in that county since the end of Tuesday's election. That's enough ballots to change the election results statewide and for the US Senate.
Smensky said he is so fed up with the rampant fraud taking place by Democrat Election Officials, that he agrees with what he's heard other people say about "Fire-bombing their houses late at night, and when they come running out in their underwear to flee the fire, shotgun them to death on their front lawns." When asked if he was going to actually do that, he emphatically said "no" but added "I wouldn't shed a tear if someone did it."
So unimaginably overt is the fraud taking place in several Florida counties that Florida's Governor ordered the State Police to physically SEIZE ballots from Broward County Election officials, and impound those ballots in a location where they cannot be added-to or improperly disposed of.
Earlier Friday, at least FIVE straight-job rental trucks, 24' long each (photo above), bearing the decals of "National Truck Rental" and "Budget Truck Rental," were seen pulling up to the Broward Election Commission building, presumably manned by Florida State Highway Patrol Troopers, to carry out the Governor's order.
With his margin of victory in Florida’s Senate race narrowing, Gov. Rick Scott phoned in the lawyers. Addressing reporters in Tallahassee on Thursday night, Scott (R) declared that he was suing to stop Democrats from stealing what he said was his midterm victory over incumbent Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson. His ire in particular zeroed in on two South Florida counties.
“Every Floridian should be concerned there may be rampant fraud happening in Palm Beach and Broward counties,” Scott said. “I will not sit idly by while unethical liberals try to steal this election from the people of Florida.”
Back in Washington, President Trump echoed the allegation. “Law Enforcement is looking into another big corruption scandal having to do with Election Fraud in #Broward and Palm Beach. Florida voted for Rick Scott!” the president blasted out on Twitter.
Late Friday morning, as he was leaving the White House for a trip to Paris to mark the 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended of World War I, Trump told reporters that Broward County and the woman in charge of elections there have “a horrible history.” He went on: “And all of a sudden they’re finding votes out of nowhere. Rick Scott ... won by a comfortable margin, but every couple of hours it goes down a little bit.... Bad things have gone on in Broward County, really bad things.”
Republicans have piled on about alleged ballot-box shenanigans and dirty tricks, layering the aftermath of a contentious election with new drama.
But the whole situation in Florida also feels like a repeat of past political upheaval. That’s thanks to Broward County.
For decades, the county has regularly been a hot zone for election-night chaos in both statewide and national races, including the infamous 2000 presidential election. Years of problems have only slapped additional coats of paint on the county’s sordid reputation as a black hole for ballots. Broward County Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes, the target of Scott’s legal action, has been accused in recent years of illegally destroying ballots and mismanagement.
WARNING - EXTREME RACIAL REMARKS BELOW
91 Year old Emily Wallace, says that voting fraud has gotten so bad, "We need men folk from yesteryear to step up and do what it takes to make things right." When asked what she thinks it would take to make things right, she replied "My deceased husband Clyde and other men would have come down here with a rope and lynched that fat nigger bitch Brenda Snipes for what she's doing - stealing the election! This is what happens when you put a nigger in charge of something, its either screwed up because they're stupid or screwed up because they're shifty, niggers."
When told that her remarks sounded racist and even White Supremacist, Ms. Wallace replied "We need White Supremacy again to fix everything the minorities have messed up. The whole reason they're even here is because us white folk made a wonderful society, and these third world immigrants are wrecking it right before our eyes. They're turning OUR land into the lands they fled. We need to get them under control of get them the hell out!"
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio aimed fire Thursday at Broward County Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes.
Rubio excoriated the elections supervisor in series of messages he posted on Twitter.
“A U.S. Senate seat & a statewide cabinet officer are now potentially in the hands of an elections supervisor with a history of incompetence & of blatant violations of state & federal laws,” Rubio thundered in one of his afternoon commentaries.
He complained that vote counting in Florida’s other 66 counties was much farther along than in Broward.
BayCounty was hit by a Cat 4 Hurricane just 4 weeks ago, yet managed to count votes & submit timely results. Yet over 41 hours after polls closed #Broward elections office is still counting votes?” Rubio said.
Bay County reported 63,768 votes cast. Broward had 707,223 cast late Thursday afternoon as counting continued.
The senator went on to argue that the slow pace was more than “annoying incompetence.” Instead, he warned it is an indication of the potential for mischief, rather than slow counting. Rubio said Democratic lawyers were planning to “steal” the Senate election and one of the Florida Cabinet races. Presumably that refers to the agriculture commissioner contest between Matt Caldwell and Nikki Fried. The two candidates were separated Thursday evening by 470 votes — out of more than 8 million cast.
Rubio seized on a comment from Snipes that she didn’t know how many ballots remained to be counted, and he raised suspicions that something was wrong because her office “isn’t reporting hourly or regularly, but rather releasing thousands of additional votes, often in the overnight hours, that are chipping away at GOP leads.”
Counting votes in Broward — whether it’s done on election night or after — is virtually guaranteed to produce more Democratic than Republican ballots and reduce the GOP’s advantage statewide. That happens in every election, regardless of timing.
Broward is the biggest Democratic county in the state. More than 50 percent of the county’s registered voters are Democrats. Republicans make up 21 percent of the county’s registered voters — in third place behind no party affiliation voters, who make up 28 percent.
Snipes was appointed elections supervisor in 2003 by then-Gov. Jeb Bush. (a.k.a. Low-T Jeb) Scherer said he’s “been having to file lawsuits against Brenda Snipes ever since for voting irregularities in Broward County. ... Brenda Snipes and her election apparatus causes everybody to have doubts about where these votes are, how many are left.”
Cynthia Busch, chairwoman of the Broward Democratic Party, said Thursday people are frustrated by the time the vote counting is taking but urged calm.
Rubio said Snipes’s office “has a history of violating the law.” He attached a news article about a court ruling against Snipes.
While a lawsuit seeking access to ballots from a 2016 congressional primary was pending, Snipes’ office prematurely destroyed the ballots.
She called it a mistake. A circuit court judge ruled in May that her office broke federal and state law by destroying the ballots too soon after the August 2016 primary, while the lawsuit was pending.
She OK’d the ballot destruction a year after the primary. The law requires preservation of the ballots for 22 months.
Snipes has had many critics over the years. In 2016, for example, she was sued because some mail ballots did not include a question about a state constitutional amendment on allowing medical marijuana.
Snipes wasn’t immediately available for comment after Rubio’s string of Twitter comments.
Earlier Thursday, she said she did not want to be “guesstimating,” when asked how long the tabulation would take. She said the volume of mail-in ballots received that has made the count take so long.
In the comments area below this article, a poster calling himself Leon Night accused this web site of "FAKED photos" because of a reverse-facing poster with writing on it. His exact comment was:
Wait-a-minute! Please take the time to compare the two photo images above of Broward County protesters. They are slightly different frames, to be sure, but the backward-facing posters "Don't steal my election" and "Lock her up" are CLEARLY FAKED !!! If HAL wants to remain credible (and not be perceived as "fake news") he CANNOT include what are obviously FAKED photos in his articles.
It's all theater folks! Nothing to see here, because EVERYONE lies to promote their agenda. BELIEVE NOTHING (which means examine EVERYTHING with your MIND, not your EMOTIONS)
Sorry to disappoint you sir, but below is the VIDEO taken by helicopter of the protest. In the video AT ABOUT 00:47s, you can clearly see a brown-haired woman with the "LOCK HER UP" sign, and moments later at 1m:43s, she **** FLIPS IT OVER **** and afterwards, you see the other message "DON'T STEAL MY ELECTION" The protester wrote on both sides of her sign. Here's the video:
This web site does not do "fake." Not fake news. Not fake photos. Not fake video.
Not today. Not ever.
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