Florida Gov. Rick Scott files three lawsuits in Broward County over late ballots as Dems close in on GOP lead

The Dems may end up stealing the election from us.

Florida Gov. Rick Scott has now filed three lawsuits against Broward County Election Supervisor Brenda Snipes related the state’s midterms recounts and late-arrival ballots in what was once a definite win for Scott but what has become a dead-heat race for Senate.

As Republicans in the swing state lose their once-large leads against their Democratic opponents, many are concerned that the late ballots are being manufactured by operatives for the Democrats. These claims have not been confirmed by officials.

Late Ballots

There was supposed to be a Saturday deadline to recount all ballots cast.

That time has come and gone, however, and we still have no idea who won the elections in Florida.

The mismanagement is coming from mostly one source — Brenda Snipes in Broward County — but Palm Beach County and its supervisor, Susan Buchner, were also named in the lawsuits.

Scott is demanding the voting equipment be impounded after the election results are tabulated.

He also wants the ballots confiscated for verification.

The Florida governor is no doubt making these requests due to Snipes’ past.

She has previously destroyed ballots in another contested race.

Adding even more fuel to the fire is some confusion surrounding some invalid ballots.

There were 22 ballots from absentee voters that had been rejected.

However, those ballots were “mistakenly” mixed in with valid ballots and are now impossible to locate and discard.

Democrat Accusations

Democrats are burning up headlines accusing Scott of being afraid of having the votes counted.

That is not the case here, though.

There are rules that need to be followed, and Broward County is clearly making up the rules as they go along.

The fact Scott’s significant lead has all but disappeared since these new votes were “found” is not helping matters, either.

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Democrats are clearly doing everything in their power to steal the governor’s mansion and a key seat in the Senate.

The only question now is if they will actually be able to do it — or if Scott’s lawsuits will stop them dead in their tracks.

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