July 3, 2024
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    "It's not the people who vote that count, it's the people who count the votes."

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    When I first started uncovering significant violations of election law by the Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections, we brought our concerns to the Pinellas County Sheriff. We brought our concerns to Adam Ross and Todd Jennings.

    Never did I think that the corruption would go so deep and wide as we have uncovered and documented. Never did I think that the Pinellas County Sheriff would possibly have a hand in what was going on.

    Then I saw the videos…

    Then I saw the patently false claims being made in Florida Politics by our “Constitutional Sheriff”.

    Maybe there is a good explanation, maybe there is a legal explanation, the voters, citizens and taxpayers of Pinellas County are entitled to a real explanation based on facts, evidence and as my friend Laura Loomer says “RECEIPTS”.

    In cases where a sheriff or deputies improperly handle ballots, several potential violations of state-level election laws in Florida could be applicable. Here’s a detailed look at the potential state-level violations:

    1. Official Misconduct (Florida Statute 838.022)

    - Provisions: This statute makes it a third-degree felony for any public servant to falsify, or cause another person to falsify, any official record or official document with corrupt intent to obtain a benefit or to cause harm to another.

    - Application: If a sheriff or deputies manipulated election records or ballots to influence the election outcome, this would be directly applicable.

    2. Election Fraud (Florida Statute 104.041)

    - Provisions: This statute prohibits fraud in connection with casting and tabulating votes and manipulating election results.

    - Application: Transporting ballots without authorization, or tampering with the storage or counting of ballots, would fall under this violation.

    3. Tampering with Electronic Voting Systems (Florida Statute 104.35)

    - Provisions: It is illegal to tamper with any electronic voting system or reproduce any voting software.

    - Application: If the deputies engaged in any unauthorized interaction with electronic systems used for voting or counting votes, this statute could be invoked.

    4. Unlawful Possession of Ballots (Florida Statute 104.0616)

    - Provisions: It is unlawful for anyone except an election official or a voter to possess more than two ballots at any time, and unlawful possession of an official mail ballot is also prohibited.

    - Application: If the sheriff or deputies unlawfully took possession of multiple ballots, this statute would directly apply.

    5. Destruction or Defacement of Ballots (Florida Statute 104.27)

    - Provisions: Prohibits any person from destroying, defacing, or improperly handling official ballots.

    - Application: This would apply if any ballots were destroyed, altered, or defaced while in the possession of the sheriff or deputies.

    These actions can result in significant reputational damage and public mistrust in the electoral system.

    In such cases, it's essential for thorough investigations to be conducted to uphold the integrity of the electoral process and ensure accountability for any violations of election laws.

    There was a democrat candidate who ran for Sheriff in Pinellas County who tried to expose these serious concerns with the handling of voters ballots by the Pinellas County Sheriff. His name is James McLynas.

    He documented many of the things he uncovered on this youtube channel. One of the videos McLynas documented how Pinellas County Sheriff and his deputies were inside polling locations and within secure areas of the Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections Office.

    This is a violation of Florida Statute 102.101 as a Sheriff, a deputy sheriff, a police officer, a special officer, or any other law enforcement officer is not allowed within a polling place without permission.

    You should watch the videos and see for yourself.

    McLynas also documented how Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri and his deputies took possession of and transported cast ballots for an election that he was a candidate.

    His PART 2 video presents some highly problematic issues. The video evidence below is very damning for Sheriff Bob Gualtieri and his deputies. The video shows PCSO deputy sheriffs dropping off massive amounts of ballots.

    As I mentioned in PART 1 of this series that I posted last week, an “Official Public Records Request’ was made to the PCSO Office directly.

    Below is a copy of the official response that was given by Sheriff Gualtieri.

    What do you think about that for a response?

    His story about Pinellas County and the corruption behind the levers of power here for some reason has gotten little to no attention by the establishment media. Why?

    It would appear that the information, evidence and data that James McLynas has been compiling over the years would strongly suggest a significant pattern of fraud, election crimes and racketeering activities.

    McLynas is a Democrat, I am a Republican we both agree that the facts surrounding the handing and counting of ballots is deeply concerning.

    We are not alone. 93% of All Americans regardless of political party affiliation believe that there should be no cheating in elections.

    Based on what you have seen here thus far, do you think that this needs to be further investigated?

    Do you think that this would explain why Sheriff Bob would publicly come out and claim that the voice and votes of Pinellas County voters were secure under Julie Marcus?

    Both Marcus and Gualtieri won their 2020 elections by a very wide margin across all ballot categories…

    • Who thinks that the manner in which votes are counted is important?
    • Do you think that there could also be multiple violations of Federal laws?

    Federal Charges

    1. Conspiracy to Violate Civil Rights (18 U.S.C. § 241):
      • If two or more persons conspire to injure, oppress, threaten, or intimidate any person in any state, territory, commonwealth, possession, or district in the free exercise or enjoyment of any right or privilege secured to him/her by the Constitution or laws of the United States, or because of his/her having so exercised the same.
    2. Deprivation of Rights Under Color of Law (18 U.S.C. § 242):
      • This statute makes it a crime for any person acting under color of any law to willfully deprive a person of a right or privilege protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States.
    3. Election Fraud and Voting Rights Violations (52 U.S.C. §§ 10307, 20511):
      • This includes actions that involve the fraudulent handling of ballots, suppression of votes, or interference with the administration of laws regulating the conduct of elections affecting federal officials.
      DO YOU THINK THAT SHERIFF GUALTIERI NEEDS TO ANSWER SOME QUESTIONS?Does Sheriff Bob Gualtieri have any legitimate legal authority if he obtained his office via election fraud to include the taking possession of voters ballots and transporting them for elections that he was on the ballot?Did Sheriff Bob Gualtieri illegally obtain his office via election fraud?

    Perhaps, Bob needs to come clean and produce the “Official Certified Public Records”…

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    19 days ago

    This should be further investigated until put to rest.

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