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At an impromptu press conference Saturday afternoon, U.S. Congressman Matt Gaetz stood on the back of a moving van filled with boxes labeled “pallets of ballots” and called for the removal of Broward County Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes.
Gaetz said the boxes upon boxes of paper behind him on the truck approximated the more than 80,859 ballots that “materialized out of thin air” in Broward County and were added to statewide vote totals since election day. Full video below.
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The Broward County Supervisor of Elections has not explained where the votes came from. In response, Florida Governor Rick Scott filed a lawsuit demanding access to public records related to the counting process. A Broward County judge ruled in his favor late yesterday afternoon.
The 80,000 newly added ballots have thrown the state election process into chaos, and triggered mandatory recounts for the U.S. Senate race, Governor’s race, and Commissioner of Agriculture race. Scott leads incumbent Senator Bill Nelson by 12,562 votes, Ron DeSantis leads Andrew Gillum by 33,684 votes. In the race for Agriculture Commissioner, Nikki Fried gained almost 50,000 votes from Broward County since Tuesday evening, to take the lead over Matt Caldwell by just 5,326 votes.
Caldwell has made it clear he expects a full...
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