Brenda Snipes Says Protests Against Her Are ‘Probably’ Racially Motivated
Broward County election supervisor Brenda Snipes has some choice words for the concerned citizens who have been protesting her conduct, as well as the conduct of Palm Beach County election supervisor Susan Bucher. Those two counties threatened the American Republic over the last eleven days with wild recounts that ultimately concluded with the same result that came out of Election Night: Republicans Ron DeSantis and Rick Scott will serve as governor and U.S. Senator, respectively.
Snipes thinks her critics are “probably” driven by race.
The Guardian reports: “In a short interview, Snipes, 75, said: “You know, the protesters have been claiming stuff all week so whatever they’re doing, that’s what they’re doing. That’s what they feel like they need to do.” Asked if she felt it was racially motivated, the supervisor replied: “Probably. Probably.” She declined to elaborate.” The Guardian passage ends
Probably? Has Snipes considered that people could be understandably, justifiably upset about the history-defying acts of attempted election stealing that occurred in the states of Florida and Georgia in the 2018 election?
Snipes recently acknowledged that it is “time to move on” from her role as Broward County election supervisor. Snipes was quoted by the Sun Sentinel as saying, “He did post me here for a year and then I liked it and so I ran and I was re-elected four times. But it is time to move on … I think I have served the purpose that I came here for, which was to provide a credible election product for our members.”
The Broward County teacher who allegedly found a container labelled “Provisional Ballots” after Election Day did not choose to tell the cops or federal law enforcement right away. Rather, she called up Andrew Gillum’s friend in the Florida state legislature.
Lakeisha Sorey, the teacher who found the “Provisional Ballots” box, called Andrew Gillum’s friend Shevrin Jones for assistance during the emergency. How convenient!
Here is Andrew Gillum praising Shevrin Jones in 2017, at the beginning of Gillum’s long-shot bid to become governor.