Hours Go By, Susan Bucher STILL UNDER COURT ORDER To Hand Over ‘Duplicate Ballots’ Her Office Made

As the hours go by, Palm Beach County election supervisor Susan Bucher is in violation of a judge’s order by refusing to hand over the fraudulent duplicate ballots that her office made, which replaced ballots that Bucher’s office claimed were improperly filled out.

Take a minute and process that information. The election supervisors determined that some people did not fill out their ballots correctly, so they made new ballots, filled those ballots out themselves, and fed them through the machines, officially manipulating the vote count.

Rick Scott’s campaign sued and state judge Krista Marx ruled that Bucher must hand over those fraudulent ballots beginning NOON SATURDAY. But the judge conceded that Bucher was probably not going to meet her deadline.

As the hours go by, Bucher’s shame only grows.

Here, some citizens protested Bucher’s criminality in the parking lot of Saturday’s hearing with Judge Marx:

The Sun-Sentinel was one of the few mainstream media outlets to actually acknowledge this aspect of the very disturbing election fraud crisis in Florida, reporting Saturday: 

Circuit Court Judge Krista Marx said Bucher should have submitted improperly completed ballots to the county’s Canvassing Board, instead of allowing her staff to make decisions on voter intent and fill out duplicate ballots to feed through machines.

“Everything I have says the Canvassing Board must make the determination not your staff members. … The language is unambiguous that it is for the canvassing board to make the determination,” Marx said.

Bucher told the judge it could take two to three days to retrieve the ballots because the duplicated ballots have been intermixed with other ballots. The original ballots are stored elsewhere and would need to be matched with the duplicated ballots.

Circuit Court Judge Krista Marx said Bucher should have submitted improperly completed ballots to the county’s Canvassing Board, instead of allowing her staff to make decisions on voter intent and fill out duplicate ballots to feed through machines.

“Everything I have says the Canvassing Board must make the determination not your staff members. … The language is unambiguous that it is for the canvassing board to make the determination,” Marx said.

Bucher told the judge it could take two to three days to retrieve the ballots because the duplicated ballots have been intermixed with other ballots. The original ballots are stored elsewhere and would need to be matched with the duplicated ballots.

Sun-Sentinel passage ends