FLORIDA AG Pam Bondi Steps In – Sends Warning Letters to Florida Sec. of State and FDLE Commissioner
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi put the Secretary of State and Florida Department of Law Enforcement on notice Sunday.
It’s about time…
On Sunday, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi said, “FDLE’s duty to investigation this matter is clear, and I am directing the department to take the necessary steps to promote public safety and to assure that our state will guarantee integrity in our elections process.”
Bondi sent two letters Sunday highlighting the “irregularities” occuring at both Palm Beach County and Broward County polling sites.
The Florida Attorney General stated in her letter to FDLE Commissioner Rick Swearingen that she is “deeply troubled” by his department’s announcement it will not pursue any investigation into the clearly documented “irregularities” in the conduct of elections supervisors Brenda Snipes and Susan Bucher.
Pam Bondi specifically wrote about the blatant election fraud taking place in both Broward County and Palm Beach County including elections supervisors illegally counting votes that were rejected by the canvassing board and preventing “observers” from attending the public ballot counting.
Screenshots of the letters from Pam Bondi:
Via Ali Alexander:
NEWS: FINALLY Florida Attorney General @AGPamBondi sends letters to Florida Secretary of State and the FDLE Commissioner
Thank you #StopTheSteal activists for standing with me and keeping pressure on complacent Republicans
— Ali Alexander (@ali) November 11, 2018
Florida Governor Rick Scott also took legal action on Sunday filing two emergency motions and a complaint in a Broward court in his fight going into the recount–but is it too late?