How much more voter corruption can Floridians take? Why is voter irregularity at the 11th hour of the November 6th, 2018 elections in Florida only happening in heavily Democrat voter precincts that are being run by Democrat election officials? And why is it so important to Democrat lawyers to protect a LAWBREAKING non-citizen who voted in Florida’s midterm elections?
Lawyers for Florida Democratic candidates Andrew Gillum and Bill Nelson both fought to prevent a non-citizen’s vote from being excluded Friday night, according to a transcript of a Palm Beach County Canvassing Board proceeding obtained by the Daily Caller News Foundation.
Michael Barnett, chairman of the Palm Beach Republican Party, told TheDCNF that the county’s canvassing board was going through provisional ballots and quickly deciding whether to allow or disallow each. This exchange is of the first non-citizen’s vote they encountered. “We had a court reporter that we hired to sit in the proceedings, which are public,” he said.
The vote was disallowed despite the objections of the lawyers because two of the three members of the canvassing board ruled that it was an impermissible vote, he said.
Marc Elias, a lawyer for Nelson, told TheDCNF: “The lawyer who was present was not someone we had authorized to make such an objection. Non-citizens cannot vote in U.S. elections.”
While the statement by Marc Elias, the Fusion GPS lawyer, is true, that doesn’t mean non-citizens aren’t voting in our elections. In 2014, and NBC -2 investigations uncovered multiple cases of voter fraud by non-citizens in Florida.
Thanks to the Motor Voter Act of 1993, election officials are not allowed to ask voters for proof of citizenship.
Watch NBC2 uncover stunning registration and voting by non-citizens in Florida.
In the video above, one Naples voter admitted she was an illegal alien – but election records show she voted six times in the past eleven years.
Investigators found the voter after examining “jury excusal” forms where a person said they couldn’t serve because they were not U.S. Citizens. They took those names and found dozens of those people in the database of Florida registered voters.
Since investigators only checked a very small sample of jury forms, one can only imagine how many thousands or tens of thousands of illegals statewide who may have voted since the Motor Voter law was passed in 1993. Non-citizen voting is a Federal felony.