Independent candidate Tim Canova has filed an amended complaint in the Second Judicial Circuit in Leon County, Florida to contest the results of his electoral race against Democrat congresswoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz in Florida’s 23rd Congressional District.
The complaint is filed against the Elections Canvassing Commission and Wasserman-Schultz herself. Canova supported Bernie Sanders in the 2016 election.
“As you will see, it’s a strong complaint based on allegations that there was a breakdown in the chain of custody of both the paper ballots and the electronic voting machines (which had wireless cellular modems on them), and almost 98,000 votes for Wasserman Schultz with no indication of how and when those votes were cast,” Tim Canova tells Big League Politics.
“Also, I was apparently “capped” at 5% of the vote (presumably by software manipulation). A leading statistical expert pointed ou that getting 5% across all demographic groups is so statistically improbable that it would be like winning the lottery, every day of the year,” Canova said.
“The election experts we’ve consulted say they’ve never seen a more blatant and egregious example of apparent fixing of election results through software. I guess I should feel honored,” Canova stated.
READ THE COMPLAINT HERE:
I interviewed Carlos Reyes, a candidate in the district’s Republican primary this year, about the challenge to the election results. Reyes said the machine in Broward County — part of which is in Wasserman-Schultz’s district — has been problematic for years. (READ: Debbie Paid Off Two Bank Loans On Day Imran Awan Gave Her Laptop To Police in Bank Fraud Case).
Broward County incident reports and photo evidence prove conclusively that Broward County election workers broke the law in numerous instances during the 2018 election. As Broward election supervisor Brenda Snipes fights to hold onto her pension, the conduct of poll workers is coming under scrutiny, including a poll worker at Lauderhill mall, where Snipes’ office is based.
The incident reports describe poll workers telling voters how to vote, touching their ballots, handing out Democratic flyers to voters, allowing people to bring Democrat advertisements inside and to use their phones, and encouraging people to fill out blank spaces on ballots at the scanning machine.
“Voters that according to the machine had already voted were allowed to vote by provisional ballot,” according to a sworn incident report submitted under penalty of perjury.
Big League Politics has obtained the following photographs and incident reports from Nations in Action, an organization that has interviewed eyewitnesses to the crimes including a whistleblower who is willing and ready to testify.
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