Noah Holliman, a Gillum donor, and an election worker in Broward County, turned in his rental car to Avis, leaving a provisional ballot box with blank provisional ballots inside. Snipes tried to explain it away but it sounds more like Quaker Instant Votes to me.
It reveals a total lack of security and since they have a list of people who requested mail-in ballots, who did not return their ballot, they would have an easy time manufacturing votes. In the 48 hours after all precincts reported their results, Snipes somehow came up with 83,000 additional votes.
Broward County elections supervisor Brenda Snipes gave a press conference Monday afternoon to address the box marked “provisional” found in a rental car Sunday night.
As previously reported, an Avis employee at Ft. Lauderdale airport found a box labeled with the SOE (Supervisor of Elections) and the word “Provisional” in the back of the returned car on Sunday night. According to the Avis employee the last person to drive the car was a Broward County employee.
Monday afternoon, Brenda Snipes read the police report detailing what was in the boxes found in the rental car.
Snipes revealed among supplies, blank provisional ballots were inside of the box marked ‘provisional,’ according to the written police report.
“This is to help clarify some of the questions that were raised earlier regarding some boxes that were identified and left in a car…I think it was a Budget rental cars that we had during the election cycle,” Snipes said. “
Sure, I believe her. The Easter Bunny told me she is reliable and the Tooth Fairy concurred. Now, if you’ll excuse me, I have to take my unicorn in for his 40,000-mile checkup.