During a press conference today, the embattled Broward County Supervisor of Elections mentioned that she might be stepping down.
Last week, Governor Rick Scott revealed some stunning facts about shenanigans and voting irregularities in Broward County where the corrupt Brenda Snipes serves as their Supervisor of Elections.
We got some left-wing activists. We got some Democratic D.C. lawyers. They’re down here for one purpose, to steal this election.” Scott adds that the Broward County Election Supervisor has “found 78,000 new votes since election day, 2 days ago, in Broward County.”
Scott adds that the Broward County Election Supervisor has "found 78,000 new votes since election day, 2 days ago, in Broward County." pic.twitter.com/FP3iFUNSZQ
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) November 9, 2018
Somehow, Broward County Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes manages to explain away every voting irregularity and shenanigan. It’s almost as if she has no idea how 78,000 votes just magically appeared in her Democrat-heavy county after the election.
Earlier today, Snipes was asked about the boxes of ballots that were found in the back of an Avis rental car at the Fort Lauderdale airport. Snipes assured everyone that the findings of the ballot boxes were no big deal and that the Sheriff’s office found nothing out of the ordinary in the boxes marked “provisional ballot”.
— Richard DeNapoli (@RichardDeNapoli) November 12, 2018
Snipes then painted herself as a “victim”:
“I’ve worked here for about 15 years and this is the first time that this office or I have been under such attacks.” When she was asked if she was confident she would meet the deadlines for counting all ballots, Snipes responded, “We will meet the deadline”.
We won’t be holding our breath…
Alex Seitz-Wald, a hard left reporter for NBC News, tweeted that Snipes has indicated that she may be stepping down:
Brenda Snipes also suggested she’ll step down/not run for reelect after recall, though was vague on details. “It is time to move on, to let someone else… I think I have served the purpose that I came here for….” “I haven’t finalized that. I’ll just check with my family.”
One can only hope…
Brenda Snipes also suggested she'll step down/not run for reelect after recall, though was vague on details.
"It is time to move on, to let someone else… I think I have served the purpose that I came here for…."
"I haven’t finalized that. I’ll just check with my family."
— Alex Seitz-Wald (@aseitzwald) November 13, 2018
This isn’t the first time Snipes has been in trouble for voting shenanigans, in 2016, Brenda Snipes was found guilty of violating the law when she destroyed ballots.
Circuit Court Judge Raag Singhal ruled the Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office violated state and federal law Friday after the office destroyed ballots from a 2016 House race for Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s seat.
Democrat candidate for Congress, Tim Canova, brought a lawsuit against Snipes after he lost to Wasserman Schultz in 2016, the Sun Sentinel reported. Canova lost by a final tally of 28,809 to 21,907 in the Democratic primary.
Canova requested a closer look at the paper ballots from the race to check for anomalies in March 2017, but Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes did not respond to his requests so he took her to court, according to the Sun Sentinel. Snipes had signed off on the destruction of the ballots in September 2017.
Snipes made a “mistake,” she said during testimony in court and claimed the boxes were mislabeled. She maintained the destruction of the ballots was entirely unintentional.
“When I sign, I sign folders filled with information,” Snipes said in her testimony, according to the Sun Sentinel. “I trust my staff. They have the responsibility of giving me information that’s correct.”
Singhal ruled Snipes had wrongly destroyed public records because her office is required to maintain documents from the election for 22 months after it’s conclusion. Snipes destroyed the ballots after only one year.