Broward County Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes told reporters Saturday that “racism” was probably the reason she was receiving so much backlash.
Or maybe because she is incompetent and a crook?
On Election night Brenda Snipes originally reported 634,000 votes were cast in the midterm election in her county.
By last week on Friday morning Snipes said 717,000 votes were cast in her county in the midterm election.
Broward County Democrats mysteriously found 83,000 votes in two days!
She still has not explained how this happened.
FOX News reported:
Embattled Broward County Election Supervisor Brenda Snipes claimed Saturday that racism is “probably” behind the widespread backlash against her.
Snipes, who has come under heavy criticism over her handling of the Florida recount after the contentious midterm elections earlier this month, told The Guardian that she believes protesters camped outside the Broward recount center could be there out of hatred of her skin color.
Though she declined to elaborate during her brief interview, when asked if race played a factor, she answered: “Probably. Probably.”
Snipes, who has a history of election missteps, has been under the microscope ever since Florida ordered a statewide recount last Saturday.
Brenda Snipes has been accused of criminal activity and incompetence at least 14 times — before this year’s election.
A quick search on her name reveals 12 times Brenda Snipes was accused of criminal activity.
Brenda Snipes has been accused of:
1.) Illegally destroying ballots
2.) Not mailing out absentee ballots
3.) Systemic breakdowns making it difficult for Floridians to cast votes
4.) Posted election results BEFORE POLLS CLOSED!
5.) Sued for leaving amendments off the ballots
6.) Did not notify voters their absentee ballot expired
7.) Having staffers campaign while on the clock
8.) Problems publishing ballots
9.) Ballot stuffing
10.) Voters receiving defective ballots
11.) Piles of ballots cropped up way after Election Day
12.) Opening ballots in private
And as reported earlier…
13.) In 2016, just days before the November election, Republicans sued Brenda Snipes for illegally opening thousands of mail-in ballots before the election without supervision.
— Heather Lacy (@Heather_Lacy1) November 2, 2016
14.) And in July 2017 Snipes admitted in court that non-citizens were voting in Broward County.