Democrat Official Admits Felons, Non-Citizens Vote Illegally

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A Florida Democrat official admits felons and non-citizens do vote illegally. At least they do in Broward County. [Having worked the polls, they do in New York also]

Broward County is known for voter corruption and has for years. They were accused of counting tens of thousands of illegal votes last year.

They even want people arrested for thoughtcrimes in Broward County. The Palm Beach County Sheriff wants citizens in his county to turn in their neighbors in a first-ever Orwellian police approach to gun violence.

“We want people to call us if the guy down the street says he hates the government, hates the mayor and he’s gonna shoot him,” the Sheriff said. “What does it hurt to have somebody knock on a door and ask, ‘Hey, is everything OK?’ ”

You won’t be surprised that they have the oldest voters on the planet as Daniel Greenfield points out:

Broward County, which has the highest number of Democratic voters in the state, has thousands of people over the age of 100 on its roll, and some as old as 130.

In 2015, in studying Broward County voter data collected by the Election Assistance Commission, the Public Interest Legal Foundation found that at the time of the 2014 midterm elections, 103 percent of citizens of voting age in the county were registered to vote — an impossibility, of course. Four years earlier, in 2010, 106 percent of citizens of voting age in Broward County were registered to vote.

You will not be shocked to learn that it’s not because they have the oldest voters.

A veteran Democrat chief election official in Florida has conceded in court that noncitizens and felons possibly voted, in a case that could have national implications for how localities clean up voter rolls.

On July 31, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel newspaper reported that, in court, “Snipes acknowledged the processes her office [has] been using aren’t perfect and that some noncitizens and felons have voted despite not being eligible—especially right before major elections, when groups are actively registering new voters.”