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It's Fraud

Updated on November 10, 2018

Spider Harlotte


Harlotte is in the Kitchen

Good Morning, Breakfastpoppers. Today is Saturday November 10, 2018. Our creative friend, Spider Harlotte, is at the stove preparing Carrot Cake Muffins for our enjoyment. I will be assisting Harlotte by mixing up a delicious batch of chocolate martinis. Harlotte and I are distressed by the strong and undeniable presence of voter fraud in our nation. One ounce of fraud is unacceptable. The mountain of evidence we have now about its existence is disgusting and it is imperative that we cut it off at its knees. Please join us this morning for a discussion about fraud and a breakfast good enough to take some of the sting out of our chat. I'll leave the door open.

Fraud at the Polls


Fraud is Real

Thanks so much for joining Pop and me this morning. Despite Democrat assertions that voter fraud doesn't exist, we all know better. Not only does it exist, but very little is being done to stop it. I would expect this kind of garbage to go on in third world countries, but this is America. Fraud is widespread and it is affecting our elections in alarming ways. Although the mid-terms should be over, they are ongoing. Corrupt and incompetent election officials are playing it fast and loose with our votes, and we act as though we are powerless to stop it. I say that because we have known about its existence, and it is still going on. Our voting system should be uniform throughout the country. We should have one day and one day only to vote. Early voting invites trouble, and it make absolutely no sense. If a voter can't get to the poles then an absentee ballot is the answer. All the voting machines should be uniform. Haven't we learned a thing from the hanging chads disaster? We should cast our votes and announce the results. What we have now is insane and frankly, embarrassing. The United States of America has dead people registered to vote. The United States of America has more voters than residents in many locations. The United States of America loses ballots, throws them out or ignores them. The United States of America has states and local municipalities that knowingly break the law. How can this be?

It's Frightening


Florida Gets an F

Florida is the perfect example of everything that is wrong with our elections. Broward County is the most liberal county in all of Florida. Broward County Board of Elections Supervisor, Brenda Snipes, has a long a sordid history of committing fraud. In past elections she has destroyed ballots and has failed to remove dead voters from the voter rolls. Imagine this woman who can't be trusted has been entrusted to be in charge of vote counting. The deadline has passed for counting votes. The results should be in, but Snipes didn't follow the law and now the race for Governor and Senate hang in the balance. In May, a judge ruled that Snipes had violated state and federal law after she destroyed ballots in the 2016 congressional election. Let me repeat myself, if I may. Snipes violated the law in 2016, but remained in her post. Why wasn't she removed?

In 2017, Snipes' office was taken to court by the Trump administration. She and her office were accused of helping felons, noncitizens and dead people in Broward County vote. She had more voters on the rolls than people living in the county. I ask again, why wasn't she removed from her post? Better yet, why wasn't she arrested?


The System is Broken

Because of Snipes and her fraudulent actions, the Governorship of Florida is up for grabs. Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum conceded to Republican Ron DeSantis. Following his concession, the vote total changed.Broward County is known for failing to count its votes in a timely manner. Now comes the recount for the Governor's race and the Senate. Now the playing field gets dirtier. Left wing lawyers are descending upon Florida to make sure the Dems win. They are not there to get fair results. They are not there to protect honest voters who want their voices to be heard. They are not there to play fair. They are there to steal the election and judging from past history they will do whatever is necessary to get the results they want. This is happening in the United States of America, and we should all be ashamed and disgusted.


A To-Do List

We have work to do. We need to come to terms with the fact that there is plenty of fraud in our election process. We have to recognize it, and make every effort to clean it up. A person like Snipes shouldn't be tolerated. I have no doubt that there are many more like her out there. Deadlines must be observed. If you miss the deadline, the votes don;t count and whoever is responsible gets a pink slip or a prison term. We have the means and the money to unify the system. We must garner up the will to make sure the law is followed and our votes are counted fairly and on time. If we don't do it now, then when?

Harlotte's Song

Oh, what a tangled web we weave

When first we practice to deceive

Sir Walter Scott


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