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FLORIDA: Woman Witnesses Possible Absentee Ballot Fraud. Gets Fired...
A Florida woman said she witnessed what she thought was absentee ballot fraud. Let's be clear, this is alleged at this point. Okay? Okay. Because you and I know voter fraud is impossible. Election fraud doesn't exist! At least according to Democrats who cheat as often as they can (see Guilty Much? Hillary Ditches Interview When Asked about Voter Fraud Videos… and BREAKING: Second Project Veritas Video Exposes MASSIVE Democrat Voter Fraud). Still, this woman saw something. So she said something...
A temporary worker for the Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office in Florida has alleged in a sworn affidavit obtained by Newsmax that she was fired this week after witnessing possible absentee ballot fraud by office workers.
But the State Attorney's Office concluded Friday that the workers were duplicating ballots by hand from damaged originals faxed by military personnel and that "there is nothing improper or illegal about the conduct" under state law.
The details of what she said she saw are here. The attorney's response, who was a Republican, is not beyond the realm of possibility. Perhaps maybe everything was up to snuff. Maybe. Seems a little odd to me. If all the ballots were the same size, then how could they have been faxed? But I'm just paranoid. What with all the voter fraud going on.
What makes the Florida story shady is the following...
However, after returning from lunch about 12:30 p.m. the following day, the woman alleged that she was "met by a uniformed security guard at the SOE entrance and told that I had been terminated.
"I was given no explanation for this action," the former employee said.
Nichols told Newsmax that "I consider what she said in the affidavit to be very credible. She saw what she saw."
Firing someone for expressing concern, to an attorney who said the concern was credible? If the workers weren't hiding anything, why terminate her? I know, I know, my bias is showing.
Look, we wouldn't be paranoid if Florida didn't have a notable history for hanging and pregnant chads. Remember those days? Those were fun, yes? As fun as molar removal sans novocaine.
But the fact is, Project Veritas has uncovered far too much voter fraud to excuse Florida as simple paranoia. Plus the closer we get to election day, the closer this election becomes. A month ago it might have been a blowout for The Cankled Queen. Not so much anymore. Let's also not pretend that Hillary is anything but Corruption Personified, with the media playing as Court Jester, doing whatever it can to distract Americans from her shady dealings.