Nearly a year and 6 months ago, I reported on this. Given the blatant election fraud we’re witnessing today, Seth Rich’s concerns take on new meaning.
So who’s gonna do something about this mess? Anyone out there have any more bright ideas? Because I’m all ears. The longer the thieving continues, the more we lose. It’s time to face what I consider to be inevitable at this stage in the game.
The time for action, as far as securing the mid-term elections, came and went a long time ago. The Dept. of Homeland Security, was tasked with securing our elections.
Provisional ballot boxes from the Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office were reportedly discovered in the back of an AVIS rental car at Fort Lauderdale Airport on Sunday night.
Attorney and Broward GOP State Committeeman Richard DeNapoli says he received a call from an AVIS employee informing him of the found ballot boxes after sheriff’s deputies were initially unwilling to investigate.
There’s one overriding lesson to be learned from the ballot-counting debacle in Broward and Palm Beach counties. This lesson, as you might have guessed, is strictly for those individuals that don’t fall into the category of certifiably insane. And what is that lesson? In its most simplified form, it goes something like this:
If ever there was a need for the elite to divert the attention of the citizens of the United States, it’s right here and right now. Divert attention away from the nation-wide election fraud that took place on the 6th of November. Still happening as I’m hammering this out on my keyboard.
As we await Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on the Trump-Russia collusion-hoax and 2016 election meddling by Moscow, incumbent and election night lame-duck Florida Democrat Sen. Bill Nelson is trying to save his Senate seat by bringing in attorney Marc Elias, one of the key players in the collusion with Russia by Fusion GPS and the DNC to derail the Trump candidacy and presidency: