UPDATE: THE FINAL TALLY IS IN AND RICK SCOTT LEADS NELSON BY 10,000! IT’S OFFICIAL! Bill Nelson finally conceded.
The Broward County, Florida recount has yielded thousands of missing votes, machine breakdowns, and 80,000 “new” votes were uncovered four days after the election. The Broward team also missed the recount deadline by two minutes.
The New York Times reported the missing ballots but Brenda Snipes says she knows they are in the building somewhere.
The reason the vote count rose by 80,000 votes in four days after the election in heavily Democrat Broward County is partly due to illegally altered mail-in ballots. The bogus altered ballots would have favored Democrat Bill Nelson.
JUDGE SAYS NUMBERS ARE ALL WRONG
While Brenda Snipes, the woman in charge cries racism, she can’t get her tally right.
“A top elections official in Florida [Brenda Snipes] who endured national humiliation after missing a midterms recount deadline by two minutes has told the Guardian that racism is ‘probably’ a factor in the backlash against her,” wrote The Guardian Saturday.
Brenda Snipes arrived 45 minutes late Sunday when the final tally is due.
NBC/Fox Journalist Sarah Chakales tweeted that the Canvassing Board is reviewing the voting report and noticing some numbers don’t add up. The Judge said: “Yeah they’re all wrong.”
The self-imposed deadline of 10 a.m. was not be met [they made the noon deadline]. It appears the Canvassing Board presenter, Joe D’Alessandro “mistransposed numbers for one race and messed up numbers for the amendments. He’s fixing it now and coming back to re-present the official numbers.”
PALM BEACH AND SUSAN BUCHER
Palm Beach is also a mess and the liberal who runs that show is white. Technicians had to be flown in to fix broken machines.
Rich Lowry wrote on Twitter: “its technicians had witnessed Palm Beach County elections workers, apparently worried that one of the machines were running too fast, jam a paper clip into the scanner’s ‘enter’ button in an effort to slow it down. That, in turn, caused a short circuit”
That’s like saying my car’s running too fast these days so I think I’ll give it a flat tire.