Since the 2010 midterm elections, I’ve written many articles that revealed evidence of voter fraud, mostly by Democrats.
In Cincinnati, a Democratic poll worker was charged voting multiple times for family, friends and even for a relative that died months earlier.
There have been reports of voting machines changing votes from Romney to Obama in 2012.
Democrats have been caught on video telling people how to vote multiple times in more than one county and state.
Over the past week, there have been a number of reports of voting fraud and questionable ballot preservation practices, which has led to an official criminal investigation in Broward and Palm Beach Counties, Florida.
Now, the Florida State Department has announced that they have evidence showing that dates on mail-in ballots had been altered.
Independent Sentinel – FL Dept of State Says Dems Altered Dates on Election Documents – The Florida Department of State last week called in federal prosecutors to investigate dates that were changed on official state election documents after the 2018 election, according to Politico.
The “irregularities” are tied to the DEMOCRATIC PARTY and center around date changes on forms used to fix vote-by-mail ballots sent with incorrect or missing information.
These “cure affidavits” had to be sent no later than 5 p.m. on November 5th, the day before the election.
The forms in four counties said the ballots could be returned on Thursday. Broward, of course, is one of the four counties.
The counties are all Democratic counties. The errors tilt against Republicans. The GOP wants to know if this was done deliberately…
Someone posted video of the improper handling of ballots as they were transported in private vehicles to a rental truck and then to an unknown location.
There were reports that some election workers have signed affidavits claiming that some blank ballots were filled in by other election workers
It’s also well-known that Broward County election official Brenda Snipes is a staunch Democrat and has had other election issues and was under surveillance by authorities.
So, what will happen to the real votes cast by voters in these two counties and how are they distinguished from the fake or altered ballots?
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