As Broward County appears to be at the epicenter of another recount, Supervisor of Elections Dr. Brenda Snipes is on the defensive about how her office has handled Tuesday’s election results. One local police officer went as far as saying she shouldn’t be allowed anywhere near a voting booth or a ballot. “She should have been made to stay miles away from an election,” said former Det. Lt. Sam Wechel
Snipes’ office is being inundated with news media telephone calls regarding the suddenly discovered mismanagement of ballots. As a result, the Democrats are close to getting a second bite of the victory Apple for losers Bill Nelson (U.S. Senate) and Andrew Gillum (Florida governor’s race).
While Snipes claims she hasn’t done anything wrong she is creating the illusion that a unjust news media is trying to “get her,” despite the fact that both Nelson and Gillum were treated fairly as compared to the media treatment giving to the GOP and President Donald Trump.
In fact, the news media in Florida appears to be a fan of Dr. Snipes’ career as both an education and political (Democratic Party) activist. Here’s how she is described by the news outlets:
“Dr. Brenda Calhoun Snipes, a native of Talladega, Alabama, has resided in Broward County since 1964 when she and her husband Walter Snipes moved here to begin their professional careers as educators. Dr. Snipes received her formal education in the public schools of Talladega . After completing Westside High School, she entered the historical Talladega College where she majored in modern foreign languages. After moving to Florida, she earned her master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction for Adults from Florida Atlantic University, and she earned her doctorate in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University.
“Dr. Snipes was recruited to come to Broward County by Mrs. Blanche G. Ely, who was the principal of Blanche Ely High School . Dr. Snipes began her career as a teacher at Blanche Ely High School. She moved through the education ranks serving as a teacher of students from elementary through adult and vocational education.”
According to members of the GOP, Florida’s Broward County Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes has a long history of voter and elections fraud as well as impropriety.
For example, in 2016, just days before the November election, the Republican Party sued Brenda Snipes for illegally opening thousands of mail-in ballots before the election without supervision. This wasn’t merely a local election, this was part of the Democrats’ shenanigans that permeated the election of Donald Trump as president over Hillary Clinton and the Deep State.
Although he was under no threat on Tuesday, Senator Marco Rubio of Florida blasted Dr. Snipes Thursday for her lack of transparency and cited her past record that damages her credibility today. “Why is this woman still working for the board of elections? She’s a ex-convict, isn’t she? And they put her in charge of a Florida county that is already questionable?” asks former Florida police captain Henry Vandergroes.
“Brenda Snipes, the Broward County Board of Elections Supervisor previously convicted for illegally destroying ballots, is once again under scrutiny for her questionable handling of Tuesday’s elections,” said journalist Jack Crowe.
Snipes has so far refused to disclose the number of Broward County ballots that have yet to be counted more than 72 hours after the polls closed, in possible violation of Florida law, which requires timely reporting of vote counts.
A police chief from New York who asked to remain anonymous said, “How can our citizens trust anything to do with elections when you have this kind of slipshod management of one of the most important — if not the most important — things a citizen has to perform. Has anyone ever noticed it’s always the Democrats asking for recounts or finding thousands of last minute, undiscovered votes. What was it that New York City’s Boss Twead — the political party chief — is quoted as saying? ‘It’s about the count! It’s not about the votes'” said the chief.