‘YOU’RE A CRIMINAL’: Citizens Protest Palm Beach County Supervisor In Parking Lot
American citizens are tired of the blatant election-stealing tactics of Democrats and their public officials. American citizens gathered to confront the Palm Beach County supervisor in the parking lot after the court hearing about the election fraud case building against her.
Susan Bucher, the elections supervisor in Palm Beach County, is apparently sitting on “duplicate ballots” that Governor Scott’s team wants access to, because it proves voter fraud.
Bucher now has to engage in “compliance” with the request to turn over the duplicate ballots, according to a ruling by Judge Krista Marx. The deadline is supposed to be Noon Saturday, but there’s no evidence as of press time that Bucher has complied.
Here, some citizens made their dissatisfaction with Susan Bucher known:
Protestors call PBC Supervisor of Elections a “crook” and “corrupt” as she leaves hearing about extending ballot deadline @CBS12 pic.twitter.com/pCdNCEGdY6
— Andrea Marvin (@2AndreaMarvin) November 10, 2018
Meanwhile in Broward County…
Embattled Broward County election supervisor Brenda Snipes refused to address the public at her office’s press conference Saturday following a hearing on the vote-counting process at the Board of Elections.
The search is on for provisional ballots as Democrats refuse to accept the election results, and now the Broward County office will begin a recount of four races including the Florida governor’s race and Senate race.
Here, Laura Loomer covered the press conference live:
“A motion was approved in Broward County on Saturday to begin a recount in four Florida races, including the governor and senate races, CNN reported.
County elections supervisors had until noon Saturday to submit results.
As the deadline arrived, Republican former U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis led Democratic Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum by less than 0.5 percentage points in the governor’s race, which would required a machine recount of ballots.
In the Senate race, Republican Gov. Rick Scott’s lead over Democratic incumbent Bill Nelson was less than 0.25 percentage points, which would require a hand recount of ballots in which tabulation machines couldn’t detect a vote.”
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