With the voting to take place in only 3 days, and with more reports coming in of election fraud in key swing states, there’s not doubt this is going to be a highly contested election.
Voters in the key swing state of Florida have been reporting that they haven’t received their absentee ballots in the mail, thousands of them, and now we may have found out one of the reasons why.
In Broward County, Chelsey Smith is a worker with the Secretary of Election department and has signed a sworn affidavit stating that she personally witnessed her colleagues filling out “thousands” of absentee ballots in a secret back room of their office. Broward County has been the subject of voter fraud in past elections and has a history of voter irregularities, particularly with absentee ballots. Broward, along with Dade, counties are key areas that could likely determine the outcome of the election in Florida.
Past irregularities in Broward County have been explained away by the Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes, a registered Democrat, who was just recently accused of holding a secret meeting with the Clinton campaign, although she has denied those allegations.
This latest incident has actual witness testimony from an Broward County Elections Department employee. This person is no longer an employee, however, as she claims after witnesses officials filling out thousands of absentee ballots she was fired the next day without an explanation.
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The entire affidavit in PDF format can be viewed here.
Chelsey Smith states that once she was in the back room, where she was suppose to be delivering blank absentee ballots to, she witnessed 4 SOE employees actively filling out absentee election ballots:
Eventually the employee opened the door for me, and in a very hurried pace, allowed me in the room and told me to place my ballots on a different table. Once in the room, I could see the four SOE employees sitting at the same table actively filling out election ballots. Each had a stack of blank ballots to the right of them (about and inch high) and a stack of completed ballots to their left. There were perhaps a dozen in each completed stack. I could see that the bubbles on the right stack had not been filled in, while the bubbles on the left stack had been blackened in. I could also see the employees filling in the bubbles at they moved the ballots from right to left. I witnessed this activity for over a minute.
The witness states that the employees were using the same standard black pens that the Secretary of Elections supplies to voters at polling sites. She also said she was initially frightened to report this activity due to fear of retaliation. Which, as she found out the next day, was completely justified.
After the witness left the room that these ballots were being filled out in, she expressed concern to her mother later that night. The next morning, she was fired without explanation.
When I returned from lunch at 12:30, I was met by a uniformed security guard at the SOE entrance and told that I had been terminated, and was forced to immediately turn over my SOE credentials. I was warned that I was no longer welcomed in the SOE building and that I should never return. I was given no explanation for this action.
A statement from the Broward State Attorney’s office released Friday evening confirmed they had conducted a “preliminary review” of the complaint, in which they concluded that “there is nothing illegal or improper about the conduct.” After touring the office and speaking with SOE staff, they determined:
It was determined that the ballots were being completed by SOE staff on behalf of overseas military personnel who had voted by faxing their ballots to the election office. The fax paper does not scan into the voting machines and the votes must be transferred onto a ballot that can be scanned. State law allows such a transfer of vote to a computer ballot.
So the employees denied they were breaking the law, case closed? Of course, there’s always an explanation that officials claim clears them of any wrong doing, but why would an employee sacrifice their job and issue a sworn affidavit if their behaviors were normal? Why would she have been fired the next morning if the situation could have simply been explained to her as standard procedure?
Florida isn’t the only swing state where voter fraud allegations are taking place. Just this week police in Pennsylvania raided the offices of a Democrat aligned advocacy group for suspected voter manipulation.
Perhaps political talk show host Bill Mitchell sums up the voter fraud situations taking place across our country the best when he says:
More Democrat vote fraud discovered. Why is it ALWAYS Democrats? https://t.co/VOkW3PyQIu
— Bill Mitchell (@mitchellvii) November 5, 2016