Florida Elections Worker: “I Was Fired For Witnessing Possible Absentee Ballot Fraud”, by Tyler Durden

It’s a good bet we’ll be hearing a lot about election fraud over the next days and weeks. From Tyler Durden at zerohedge.com:

Broward County, Florida, home of the now infamous “hanging chad” fiasco during the 2000 showdown between George Bush and Al Gore, may be on the verge of yet another controversial election cycle. Historically a democrat stronghold, Broward County always comes under extra scrutiny during presidential elections as it can single-highhandedly swing the entire state of Florida in one direction or another.

Per a new report from NewsMax, the 2016 election cycle may be among the most controversial yet as a temporary worker for the Broward County Supervisor of Elections office has been fired after reporting what she thought to be “election fraud.” In a sworn affidavit presented to the Florida State Attorney General, this temporary worker claims that she witnessed “four Supervisor of Elections employees sitting at the same table actively filling out election ballots.” Further, according to the affidavit, each of the four workers “had a stack of blank ballots to the right of them … and a stack of completed ballots to their left.”

A temporary worker for the Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office in Florida has alleged in a sworn affidavit obtained by Newsmax that she was fired this week after witnessing possible absentee ballot fraud by office workers.

Nichols is general counsel for the Broward Republican Executive Committee, which learned of the allegations on Thursday. He interviewed the former employee and reported the matter that day to the state attorney.

“Our goal is to assure that all of the election rules are properly followed,” he told Newsmax. “We want a fair election for everyone.”

According to the affidavit, the former employee alleged that on Monday about 8:30 p.m. she had been told to take a stack of absentee ballot forms to what is known as the Pitney-Bowes Room at the Supervisor of Elections (SOE) office in Lauderhill, Fla.

Through the locked door’s window, she saw four workers sitting at a table in the room with “stacks of documents and writing something,” according to the affidavit.

“I could see the four SOE employees sitting at the same table actively filling out election ballots,” she said in the affidavit. Each worker “had a stack of blank ballots to the right of them … and a stack of completed ballots to their left.”

Every completed stack contained “perhaps a dozen” ballots, she claimed.

The four workers also were “using the same black pens … that the SOE supplies to voters at polling places.

“I was then told to leave the room by one of the employees at the table,” she said in the affidavit.

The former employee said that she did not initially report what she had seen “to anyone at the SOE because of fear of retaliation.”

Of course, as usual, we’re supposed to believe that there is absolutely nothing unusual about a group of poll workers, in a heavily democratic county, sitting in a back room filling out blank ballots. No, apparently this is just another attempt to “criminalize behavior that is normal,” as Donna Brazile would say.

According to Brenda Snipes, the Broward County Supervisor of Elections, what this terminated employee witnessed was workers simply transcribing faxed paper ballots from the men and women of our armed forces from overseas. According to Snipes, those faxed ballots are a different size than regular ballots and thus have to be converted to the official forms in order to be counted.

To continue reading: Florida Elections Worker: “I Was Fired For Witnessing Possible Absentee Ballot Fraud”

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