Roger Stone Speaks Out: The Lowdown on Brenda Snipes and WHAT RICK SCOTT MUST DO…(Cut Me Off From My Posting Page! Had To Reboot Both Systems…)

Saturday, November 10, 2018
By Paul Martin

By Roger Stone
TheGatewayPundit.com
November 10, 2018

Three months ago I urged Florida Governor BOE Supervisor Brenda Snipes based on history of election fraud and incompetence. My call for Snipes ouster was based on the BOE handling of the Republican congressional primary in Broward County in which Snipes refuses to provide results of early voting, absentees voting or election day voting… providing only grand totals that reveal that a perennial candidate that spent noting beat two better funded and organized challengers. This despite photographic evidence that some candidate’s names did not appear on the ballot at all and in many precincts more Republicans voted than our registered in the party.

It not as if this Snipes first venture at voter fraud. In May 2018, the Sun Sentinel reported a judge ruled the Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office violated state and federal laws by destroying ballots from a 2016 Democratic Congressional race too soon — and while the ballots were the subject of a lawsuit against the office. Once again Canova’s name did not appear on the ballot in certain precincts and in some precincts more Democrats voted than are registered.

Progressive Tim Canova challenged Snipes in Court over the treatment of his campaign to unseat Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz in the Democratic primary. In September Snipes actively approved the destruction of the ballots fraudulently signing a certification that said no court cases involving the ballots were pending.

Snipes, a close political ally of Wasserman Shultz said the action was a “mistake” during testimony she gave in the case, saying the boxes were mislabeled and there was “nothing on my part that was intentional” about destroying the contested ballots.

But this is just the tip of a long record of corruption and incompetence which would have provide Governor Scott sufficient reason to remove Snipes and appoint a Democrat with a reputation for integrity and honesty.

In August of 2016 CBS Miami reported the Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office inadvertently posted election results 30 minutes before the polls closed at 7 p.m.

That caused Secretary of State Ken Detzner to send memos to the Broward County State Attorney and sheriff asking for an investigation, Snipes blames a vendor. A private contractor that runs the BOE website, VR Systems, said one of their workers accidentally put up the results while creating a link for a Broward County elections worker.

The vendor took the blame in a memo that outlined the mistake in an affidavit produced by Snipes and issued an apology, saying, in part, “VR Systems assumes responsibility for the error. We are taking additional measures to ensure this never occurs again.”

The vendor took the blame in a memo that outlined the mistake in an affidavit produced by Snipes and issued an apology, saying, in part, “VR Systems assumes responsibility for the error. We are taking additional measures to ensure this never occurs again.”

The Sun Sentinel reported a federal judge cleared Snipes in a lawsuit that accused her office of facilitating voter fraud.

Gov. Rick Scott’s campaign has filed lawsuits against election officials in Broward and Palm Beach counties, accusing them of not being able to provide accurate totals of how many ballots remain left to be counted.

The CEO outlined the mistake in an affidavit sent to Snipes and issued an apology, saying, in part, “VR Systems assumes responsibility for the error. We are taking additional measures to ensure this never occurs again.”

In August of 2018 of Politico reported a judge ordered for Snipes to stop opening mail-in ballots in secret or before the county’s three-member canvassing board to determine the ballots’ validity.

“We appreciate the court’s order clarifying what Florida law plainly requires — that Supervisor Snipes and her staff must safely keep and may not open any vote-by-mail ballot until the Broward County Canvassing Board canvasses the vote,” a spokeswoman for the Republican Party of Florida told Politico.

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