In a recent public records request to the Broward County Florida Supervisor of Elections Office, I obtained a Florida Division of Elections form called the DS-DE 40 for the 2018, 2020, and 2022 November General Elections.
This form is required to be filed by December 15 after the elections are held under Florida Election Law Statute 101.595(1).
It was this form that I used to prove the election fraud, fraud upon the court, and altering of “Official Results” in my case in Pinellas County Florida Supervisor of Elections Office, Supervisor of Elections Julie Marcus, and her lackey Dustin Chase.
This DS-DE 40 form is election fraud discovery gold when used in conjunction with the “Official Results” and audit logs. The Miami-Dade Supervisor of Elections has a lot of hard questions that they need to answer.
The image above is a screenshot from the DS-DE 40 form that Broward County supplied for the 2018 General Election.
Do the numbers on the DS-DE 40 match the numbers on the EL45A Election Summary Report which shows the “Official Results”?
Curiously missing from the “Official Results” EL45A report above are the “BLANK BALLOTS”. How is this possible? How can the election results from the ES&S Tabulators be trusted?
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The 2018 Florida General Election was very close for Ron DeSantis. Somehow, they were able to rustle up some votes for him to overtake the Soros-sponsored undercover brother Gillum.
Rick Scott removed the Broward County Supervisor of Elections after a great deal of misfeasance under her watch was discovered during the 2018 General Election.
If Rick Scott removed her for cause and there was significant evidence of misdeeds that would warrant her being criminally prosecuted, why would the newly elected Florida Governor Ron DeSantis be willing to give her the opportunity to collect her golden parachute retirement?
What happened to the right to cast a ballot and have their votes counted accurately for the 181, 721 Broward County Voters?
Should Snipes have been prosecuted for interfering with 181,721 Broward County voters’ right to cast ballots and have their votes counted accurately?
When the manual recount occurred in 2018 what did they find?
Odd, in the manual recount of the ballots there is no mention of the 181,721 “BLANK BALLOTS”. Why is that?
The federal law that makes the interference of election officials with a voter casting a ballot a federal crime is the "Voting Rights Act of 1965" (specifically, certain provisions of the Act). This landmark piece of legislation aimed to eliminate barriers to voting and combat racial discrimination in voting practices.
One of the key provisions of the Voting Rights Act is found in Section 11(b) (42 U.S.C. § 1973i(b)), which states:
"It shall be unlawful for any person, whether acting under color of law or otherwise, to intimidate, threaten, or coerce, or attempt to intimidate, threaten, or coerce any person for voting or attempting to vote, or for urging or aiding any person to vote or attempt to vote..."
This section specifically addresses attempts to interfere with individuals who are attempting to exercise their right to vote. It is a federal crime to engage in such conduct, and penalties can include fines, imprisonment, or both.
A person who acts under the color of law to interfere with individuals attempting to exercise their right to vote, in violation of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 (Section 11(b)), can face both criminal and civil penalties.
1. **Criminal Fine**: The law provides for a fine as part of the penalty. The specific amount can vary based on factors like the severity of the interference and any resulting harm.
2. **Imprisonment**: A person convicted under this provision can be sentenced to imprisonment. The length of the sentence can vary depending on the nature and severity of the offense.
In addition to criminal penalties, a person found to have violated the Voting Rights Act can also face civil penalties:
1. **Compensatory Damages**: The person responsible for the violation may be required to pay damages to the victim(s) to compensate for any harm suffered as a result of the interference.
2. **Injunctive Relief**: A court may issue an injunction to stop any further interference or intimidation and to ensure that individuals can freely exercise their right to vote.
3. **Attorney's Fees and Costs**: The person found in violation may be required to pay the legal fees and court costs of the party bringing the lawsuit.
It's important to note that the exact penalties can vary depending on the specific circumstances of the case, the severity of the violation, and the discretion of the court. Additionally, other federal and state laws may also come into play depending on the situation.
If DeSantis was aware of the election crimes by Snipes and he intentionally helped sweep the election fraud under the rug to just move on…
18 U.S. Code § 4 - Misprision of felony
Whoever, having knowledge of the actual commission of a felony cognizable by a court of the United States, conceals and does not as soon as possible make known the same to some judge or other person in civil or military authority under the United States, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years, or both.