Early reports show that Trump is significantly ahead of where Mitt Romney was when he ran in the last election. There is still an uncomfortable feeling that this won’t be seen in the results as they are going to be rigged.
Newsmax reports, According to the affidavit, the former employee alleged that on Monday about 8:30 p.m. she had been told to take a stack of absentee ballot forms to what is known as the Pitney-Bowes Room at the Supervisor of Elections (SOE) office in Lauderhill, Fla.
Through the locked door’s window, she saw four workers sitting at a table in the room with “stacks of documents and writing something,” according to the affidavit.
She knocked on the door — and an SOE worker opened the door, took the stack from her “and closed the door,” she alleged. “The employee seemed very rushed.”
When the former employee returned a short time later with a second stack, the woman was allowed into the room.
“I could see the four SOE employees sitting at the same table actively filling out election ballots,” she said in the affidavit. Each worker “had a stack of blank ballots to the right of them … and a stack of completed ballots to their left.”
“I was then told to leave the room by one of the employees at the table,” she said in the affidavit.
The former employee said that she did not initially report what she had seen “to anyone at the SOE because of fear of retaliation.”
The woman said she saw the workers “filling in the bubbles” on the ballots. The following day, when she returned from lunch, she was greeted by a uniformed security guard who informed her she had been fired.
You can read the full affidavit here.
In a preliminary memorandum provided to Newsmax late Friday, Assistant State Attorney Timothy Donnelly said that office personnel met with Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes earlier Friday at her office.
Donnelly is head of the office’s special prosecutions and public corruption unit.
Snipes told investigators that the former employee most likely observed the four SOE workers filling out duplicates of faxed originals from military personnel.
Under Florida law, Snipes said that “true duplicate” copies of physically damaged vote-by-mail ballots can be made by SOE personnel.
“Since the ballots are on fax paper and not the same size as the ballots that are tabulated by the machines, the statue allows a duplicate ballot to be made so that it can be tabulated by the automated machines,” Donnelly wrote.
“The faxed ballots are preserved and kept available for inspection.”
“The witnesses’ recollection was that all of the documents on the table were the same size,” he said. “The affidavit says that all of the documents were the same size.
“The explanation that they were creating duplicates from faxes, and that the faxes were on different-sized papers, does not comport with what this person saw.
“What Dr. Snipes says does not seem to match what is contained in the affidavit,” Nichols told Newsmax, “but, again, that’s up to the State Attorney’s office to figure out.”