In Florida, there were clear examples of voter fraud during the 2018 midterms in the counties of Palm Beach and Broward, which the media has ignored, reports Mollie Hemingway of The Federalist. Election supervisors are required to report how many ballots have been gathered. However, this didn’t happen in either county. The process is needed to ensure that no ballots are destroyed or added. Broward and Palm Beach also refused to comply with other guidelines that all of Florida’s other 65 counties followed. The media has ignored that the Broward County’s supervisor allegedly oversaw ballots being destroyed and tampered with.
The Republican calls of voter fraud in Florida, led by President Trump, are erroneous, holds German Lopez of Vox. Votes were most probably still being counted, which is a normal process. Particularly in Florida, where candidates win by very thin margins, it is necessary to be thorough. Recounts are common, so ensuring that every vote is registered correctly is crucial here. Rick Scott and Trump have accused Democrats of committing voter fraud without presenting any evidence. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement isn’t investigating this incident because there is no proof to back up these allegations.