Democrats anticipated a huge winning day on Tuesday, but it never really happened.
Now, all of a sudden, votes have been “found” in Arizona and Florida that could change the final results that were already announced.
For years, we have all been wondering just how corrupt our election systems really is.
Is there legitimate voter fraud?
Are Democrats finding ways to illegally stuff ballot boxes?
We came one step closer to finding out the truth this week as election results from two states where Republicans saw significant wins are suddenly being contested.
It seems as though votes were somehow how lost, conveniently in areas where Democrats are known to have a stronghold.
The contested senatorial race in Arizona was between Democrat Kyrsten Sinema and Republican Martha McSally.
After holding a 17,000 vote at the close of election day, McSally now finds herself behind Sinema by almost 10,000 votes.
While Republicans are guaranteed a majority regardless of this outcome, McSally’s seat would give Republicans some much-needed breathing room.
As always, Florida has also found itself right in the middle of yet another voting scandal.
On the line here is another seat in the Senate that everyone thought was won by Republican Rick Scott, who is currently the governor of the state.
At the close of the election, Scott was believed to have a cushion of about 60,000 votes, with roughly 634,000 votes cast in Broward County.
Suddenly, the vote counts changed — as did Scott’s lead.
Within 48 hours, roughly 80,000 new votes were “found,” and Scott’s lead had shrunk all the way down to about 15,000 votes.
Not only that, a suit has been filed that a liberal election official was deciding on her own the “intent” of voters on damaged or incorrectly filled out ballots.
This process was reportedly done without witnesses to monitor the process.
Gov. Scott said of the issue: “So, it has been 48 hours since the polls closed and Broward and Palm Beach Counties are still finding and counting ballots – and the Supervisors – Brenda Snipes and Susan Bucher – cannot seem to say how many ballots still exist and where these ballots came from, or where they have been.”
The governor’s race, which was also won by a Republican, is apparently headed for a recount as well, creating even more ire with the GOP.
Meanwhile, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is also questioning the integrity of election officials.
Democrat Sen. Chuck Schumer (NY), of course, is saying that Republicans are trying to steal the election, even though it is his party that is magically finding votes two full days after the election has concluded.