Democrats say questioning controversial election results makes you a clear and present threat to democracy.
Meanwhile, Republicans want to pass election integrity laws to ensure that legal voters aren’t disenfranchised by illegal voters.
Now Ron DeSantis is using testimony from a whistleblower to secure future American elections.
Every article or report you’ve read, watched or listened to from the corporate-controlled media for the past two years about Donald Trump or any other Republican raising questions about certain irregularities in the 2020 election, included the phrase, “false claims of election fraud.”
However, saying allegations of election fraud are false is, in and of itself, false.
Blowing the whistle on ballot harvesting
The latest evidence of voter fraud is coming from a whistleblower who describes herself as a “proud progressive.”
Former Orange County, Florida Commissioner candidate Cynthia Harris filed a sworn affidavit in late August with the Secretary of State’s office alleging that illegal operations to collect third-party ballots have been going on for years in the Orlando area.
According to Harris, voting activists there are paid $10 for each ballot they collect.
The whistleblower described an intricate system, funded by left-wing organizations that send out canvassers into black communities and collect ballots in bulk.
To increase the number of ballots they collect, Harris says voters are pressured to turn over their ballots.
And she added that patients at rehab centers and nursing homes are often the targets of this ballot trafficking.
“Ballot brokers typically work up to a year in advance,” Harris said in her affidavit. “Ballot brokers visit individuals in their residences and assists the individual with filling out a request for a mail-in ballot. After the mail-in ballot arrives, the voter is instructed to wait for the ballot broker returns to the individuals residence. They are asked to not seal the certificate envelope. In rare circumstances, if the voter has filled out the ballot and sealed the envelope certificate, the ballot broker will take the ballot and then steam open the sealed envelope. The ballot broker will either correct any votes, if necessary, that were not voted according to their wishes or just throw them out.”
In 2017, Harris says she had a ballot harvester come to her home to try and collect her “progressive” ballot.
“So, what happens is in our community when absentee ballots are mailed, you the candidate or any political party can find out when the absentee ballots are mailed and to whom what happens is these ballot harvesters, they know which batch has gone out, they go to the door and they ask you for your absentee ballot,” Harris said. “Well, in communities that don’t look like me, no one does this. But in our community, it’s kind of like an accepted practice that the man is coming by to pick up my absentee ballot or the lady is coming to pick up my absentee ballot.”
America’s Governor fights for election integrity
The collection and delivery of ballots by third parties is illegal in the Sunshine State.
Republican Florida Ron DeSantis is taking a stand against voter fraud.
He’s created the new Office of Election Crimes and Security.
According to Just the News, the new task force conducted a preliminary inquiry on Harris’ allegations and concluded there was sufficient evidence to warrant a full criminal probe by the state police.