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  Posted 10 February 2019 - 12:34 PM

Why didn't DoJ prosecute FL election official for destroying ballots in 2016?




https://www.americanthinker.com
By Rick Moran
February 10, 2019


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Broward County, FL election head Brenda Snipes is back in the news, as a former candidate who ran against Debbie Wasserman Schultz in the 2016 Democratic primary wondered aloud in a tweet why the Department of Justice never prosecuted her for illegally destroying paper ballots from the race.

Tim Canova got only 43% of the vote in that primary, but he challenged the results in court. While the case was being decided, Canova requested that Broward County hand over the thousands of paper ballots that had been cast. When Brenda Snipes' office refused, he sued - only to find out later that Snipes had destroyed the ballots in direct violation of federal law and Florida state law.

Sun-Sentinel:

"Canova, who was checking for voting irregularities in the race, sought to look at the paper ballots in March 2017 and took Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes to court three months later when her office hadn't fulfilled his request. Snipes approved the destruction of the ballots in September, signing a certification that said no court cases involving the ballots were pending. Snipes called the action a "mistake" during testimony she gave in the case, saying the boxes were mislabeled and there was "nothing on my part that was intentional" about destroying the contested ballots."

Big League Politics reported, "On May 11, 2018, the Florida Circuit Court granted Plaintiff Canova summary judgment, and found that Snipes had violated numerous state and federal statutes, including laws punishable as felonies with up to five years in prison. The Court's ruling made clear that Snipes' destruction of ballots was illegal on several separate counts."

It doesn't matter if the destruction of the ballots were intentional or not. But both the county and the feds refused to prosecute. Why?



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Posted 10 February 2019 - 01:45 PM

View Postpepperonikkid, on 10 February 2019 - 12:34 PM, said:

Why didn't DoJ prosecute FL election official for destroying ballots in 2016?




https://www.americanthinker.com
By Rick Moran
February 10, 2019


Article:

Broward County, FL election head Brenda Snipes is back in the news, as a former candidate who ran against Debbie Wasserman Schultz in the 2016 Democratic primary wondered aloud in a tweet why the Department of Justice never prosecuted her for illegally destroying paper ballots from the race.

Tim Canova got only 43% of the vote in that primary, but he challenged the results in court. While the case was being decided, Canova requested that Broward County hand over the thousands of paper ballots that had been cast. When Brenda Snipes' office refused, he sued - only to find out later that Snipes had destroyed the ballots in direct violation of federal law and Florida state law.

Sun-Sentinel:

"Canova, who was checking for voting irregularities in the race, sought to look at the paper ballots in March 2017 and took Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes to court three months later when her office hadn't fulfilled his request. Snipes approved the destruction of the ballots in September, signing a certification that said no court cases involving the ballots were pending. Snipes called the action a "mistake" during testimony she gave in the case, saying the boxes were mislabeled and there was "nothing on my part that was intentional" about destroying the contested ballots."

Big League Politics reported, "On May 11, 2018, the Florida Circuit Court granted Plaintiff Canova summary judgment, and found that Snipes had violated numerous state and federal statutes, including laws punishable as felonies with up to five years in prison. The Court's ruling made clear that Snipes' destruction of ballots was illegal on several separate counts."

It doesn't matter if the destruction of the ballots were intentional or not. But both the county and the feds refused to prosecute. Why?



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Cause she is a Democrat and black.
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Posted 10 February 2019 - 01:55 PM

View PostUSMCforever60, on 10 February 2019 - 01:45 PM, said:

Cause she is a Democrat and black.

I can come up with a better reasoning, just give me a min .... no I canít.
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Posted 10 February 2019 - 04:58 PM

View PostUSMCforever60, on 10 February 2019 - 01:45 PM, said:

Cause she is a Democrat and black.


You forgot she's a woman and therefore everything she says MUST BE BELIEVED.
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Posted 11 February 2019 - 10:06 AM

She's a democrat, and therefore the law does not apply to her. Sorry you lost, do something about it.

They need to fire the US Attorney that is responsible for the area, just too much going on there.

This post has been edited by Taggart Transcontinental: 11 February 2019 - 10:09 AM

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