Something shady is happening in Florida… where two Democratic-majority counties known for election fraud has suddenly “discovered” extra ballots.
According to Gov. Rick Scott (R-Florida), who was also declared unofficially the winner of the state’s neck-and-neck Senate race, has sued officials in Palm Beach and Broward Counties for trying to rig the election.
In addition, as sitting governor, Scott has ordered police to investigate potential voter fraud.
Scott called the efforts a partisan attempt by “unethical liberals” to steal the state’s Senate election.
“Every day since the election the left-wing activists in Broward County have been coming up with more and more ballots out of nowhere,” Scott said, during a press conference. He added, “I will not sit idly by while unethical liberals try and steal this election from the great people of Florida.”
Broward County’s votes are being led by Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes. A judge ruled earlier this year that Snipes had illegally destroyed votes during the 2016 election.
In addition, nearby Palm Beach County has “discovered” 15,000 new ballots, and are refusing to provide more information to the public or allow Republican Party representatives into the ballot counting area.
Scott currently leads Democratic incumbent, Sen. Bill Nelson, by fewer than 22,000 votes in the Senate race.