Thirteen cases of potential midterm Democrat fraud

So far, the Democrats have or may have provided the following instances of potential voter fraud:

  1. The 15,000 uncounted ballots in Florida are blamed on a broken machine according to Republican Supervisor of Elections, Mike Hogan (Duval County).
    Is there any possibility that Democrats attempted sabotage of the count in this heavily Republican county by damaging the machine?
  2. Georgia Secretary of State Kemp investigates the Georgia Democrat party on suspicion of hacking. Although no details were provided, this act does reflect Georgians’ uneasiness concerning the security of the vote, as reflected by a Atlanta Journal & Constitution poll.
    Georgia nervousness about the polls
  3. A Florida associate of candidate Gillum leaves a box of stolen ballots in a rented car.

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  4. Lawyers for candidates Gillum and Nelson sue to allow non-citizens to vote

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  5. One poll worker in Travis County, Texas shares “We don’t check for citizenship.”

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  6. A 17 November 2018 OneNewsNow article provides proofs from Senator Rubio of Democrat vote fraud in Florida
  7. The presence of invading illegals raises the chances of voter fraud in states with liberal voter registration laws

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  8. A 12 November 2018 Daily Caller article reports that Arizona has “FOUND: 213 Uncounted Ballots In Congressional Race Separated By 133 Votes”
  9. Brenda Snipes (who recently announced her resignation in January 2019) oversaw a 9,000 vote difference between voter turnout and number of votes cast on the Broward Elections website.

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  10. The University of Wisconsin was recorded on video handing out voter ID’s to foreign nationals

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  11. Empower Texans reports in a 1 November 2018 post on one woman’s experience with voter fraud and Democrats who purportedly denied her vote.
  12. In a 30 October 2018 Facebook post, Paul Bettencourt points out: “84 active registered voters at just this one UPS Store – 22 have already voted!” (This and the following report of fraud can be found at Mark 1:1 blog
  13. Again, at the Paul Bettencourt Facebook page, a second post tells of those committing voter fraud by claiming a UPS Store as a residence when he says, “Can you believe 46 VOTERS have actual Harris County Voter Registrations at this one UPS Store? 8 have already voted in this election! REALLY!!”
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