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Florida election officials accused of massive fraud

Election integrity activists in Florida accuse election officials in many counties of altering results after counting many “blank” ballots.

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Florida election officials accused of massive fraud involving The Machines

Activists charge that election fraud is rife across Florida and in many counties, and that voting machines facilitate such fraud. These activists are not merely complaining on general principle, but show specific, clear, and convincing evidence.

The Florida problem – blank ballots

The story broke today in The Miami Independent, an alternative outlet, part of Creative Destruction Media. It has multiple images of election results reports from Palm Beach County, “after a lengthy illegal delay.” Activists charge “illegal alteration of machine election reports by county officials.”

The reports involved concern the general election in 2022 for the 20th U.S. Congressional District. A report (EL-45A) activists received gives the correct date of election: November 8, 2022. But the “run date” on the report reads “09/13/84” – September 13, 1984.

Florida Palm Beach EL45A with run date in 1984

The activists requested reports EL52 and EL30A for that same election. But while they waited, the EL-45A report seemed to change. It showed a more reasonable run date of May 1, 2023 – but the identifying hash is now missing.

EL45A with missing identification hash

In examining the follow-up reports they received, activists took note of fractional votes – and one precinct reporting 125 percent turnout.

Election report showing fractional voters
Election report showing 125 percent turnout

District 20 is the infamous district that has had such representatives as Debbie Wasserman-Schultz and the late Alcee Hastings. Hastings was once a federal judge. Congress removed him from the bench on impeachment for, and conviction of, bribery in relation to a drug case. After that, he ran for the House of Representatives, where he served until his death in 2021. Rep. Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick (D-Miramar) won election to finish Hastings’ term and won reelection in her own right in 2022.

Other issues with blank ballots

The story charges that many counties often show ten to twenty percent “blank” ballots. Examples include Miami-Date (68,000, up to 20 percent) and Broward (10 percent) Counties. Further questioning then yields reports reducing the blank ballots to near zero. But the Palm Beach County results suggest some kind of “software curing” of “blank” ballots long after the election.

Several activists started asking for reports from various county election offices. But the just-passed SB 7050 removes statutory access to these reports. This law also contains the rider that exempts candidates for President and Vice-President from Florida’s Resign-to-run Law.

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Terry A. Hurlbut has been a student of politics, philosophy, and science for more than 35 years. He is a graduate of Yale College and has served as a physician-level laboratory administrator in a 250-bed community hospital. He also is a serious student of the Bible, is conversant in its two primary original languages, and has followed the creation-science movement closely since 1993.

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