After Boxes Of Ballots Found In AVIS Rental Car, Brenda Snipes Gets Very Bad News

On Sunday, a Broward County AVIS employee reportedly discovered two ballot boxes had been left in the back of a rental car that was returned to the company by a Fort Lauderdale Democrat who is alleged to have worked for the Andrew Gillum campaign. Now, Broward County Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes has received some very bad news, and she only has herself to blame.

Broward County Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes is in deep trouble after two boxes of provisional ballots (inset) were found in the back of an AVIS rental car that had been returned to the Fort Lauderdale airport by a local Democrat. (Photo Credit: Joe Cavaretta/Sun Sentinel/Getty Images, Richard DeNapoli/Twitter)

On Sunday night, investigative journalist Laura Loomer revealed that provisional ballot boxes from the Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office were discovered in the back of an AVIS rental car at the Fort Lauderdale Airport.

The car had been rented to a man by the name of Noah Holliman. According to attorney and Broward GOP State Committeeman Richard DeNapoli, Holliman is a Democrat who donated to Andrew Gillum’s campaign.

“Pictures taken at the scene show two boxes,” stated Loomer. “One box is red, and the other is grey. The grey box is labeled ‘PROVISIONAL BALLOT BOX’ with a sign that says ‘Broward County Supervisor of Elections’, a purple tag that says ‘ERT region 13’, and a backwards yellow tag with a seven digit numerical and five letter code.”

Of course, this is not the first instance of election shenanigans to go down in troubled Broward County. In fact, things have gotten so out of hand that this latest instance of what appears to be voter fraud may finally spell the end of Brenda Snipes’ controversial tenure as Elections Supervisor:

Counting unlawful votes. Destroying ballots. Sunshine Law violations. Busted deadlines.

So many controversies have bedeviled Broward County Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes — culminating in her office’s troubles in the aftermath of Florida’s chaotic 2018 elections — that her days in office are now numbered, insiders and lawmakers say.

She’s losing support from fellow Democrats and faces the increasing likelihood of an embarrassing suspension from office at the hands of either Gov. Rick Scott or his likely successor, Ron DeSantis.

Suspending Snipes from office would put a final exclamation point on one of the most contested midterms in recent Florida history, which has resulted in three statewide recounts — for U.S. Senate, governor and agriculture commissioner — as well as recounts in three local legislative races. Removal proceedings in the GOP-led Florida Senate could also cause a possible rift among Florida state Senate Democrats if the black caucus rallies around Snipes in the same way it did around her predecessor, who was also African-American, more than a decade ago. [Source: POLITICO]

“This is not just the most troubled elections office in the state, it’s the most troubled elections office in the nation,” said Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), who contends that Snipes should be removed from office once the recounts that began Sunday in the races for governor and U.S. Senate are over.

“She has shown she’s incapable of conducting a large and important election in a way that inspires public confidence and trust,” Rubio said. “She’s been found to have destroyed ballots, in violation of the law. Opened absentee ballots early, in violation of the law. Misprinted ballots that have gone out.”

It’s about time Brenda Snipes was held accountable for her utter incompetence and outright willingness to tamper with votes. She should be removed from her position. If she were a Republican, she would have never been allowed to get away with this fraud for so many years.

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