Florida Democrats will likely face intense scrutiny in the wake of the November midterm elections after it was revealed that a Democratic Party leader told staffers to share altered election forms with voters to "fix signature problems” on absentee ballots after the election deadline.
“A day after Florida's election left top state races too close to call, a Democratic party leader directed staffers and volunteers to share altered election forms with voters to fix signature problems on absentee ballots after the state's deadline,” the Naples Daily News reported.
It could only be a matter of time before the feds move in to investigate.
“This is a bonafide scandal,” John Ekdahl wrote on Twitter. “Where is the national press?”
“The altered forms surfaced in Broward, Santa Rosa, Citrus and Okaloosa counties and were reported to federal prosecutors to review for possible election fraud as Florida counties complete a required recount in three top races,” the Naples Daily News report added.
But it gets worse.
In an email obtained by the USA Today Network-Florida, Democrats were busted trying to orchestrate a “broader statewide effort beyond those counties to give voters the altered forms to fix improper absentee ballots after the Nov. 5 deadline,” the report stated.
In what may be the smoking gun, the forms, known as “cure affidavits,” shared with voters were altered to include an inaccurate Nov. 8 deadline.
President Donald Trump is monitoring the situation in Florida closely.
"Trying to STEAL two big elections in Florida! We are watching closely," Trump tweeted.
It seems that Republican Rick Scott will still win the U.S. Senate seat over Democrat Bill Nelson and Ron DeSantis should retain his victory over far-left Democrat Andrew Gillum. However, voter fraud still should be investigated thoroughly.