BY NANCY HAYES
Here we go….FINALLY a Democrat admits to something we’ve suspected all along! What’s even more fascinating… it happened in… of all places, Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s own backyard, Broward County, Florida. You may remember Broward County. That was the county where Beranton Whisenant, a young attorney investigating voter fraud and fake passports turned up dead on the beach one morning.
Broward Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes testified on Tuesday, this past week in a lawsuit that alleged she had failed to adequately purge voter rolls of ineligible voters including those who have died.
You see, at the time of the 2014 midterm elections, Broward County reported approximately 103 percent of the citizens of voting age were registered to vote — an impossibility, of course. Four years earlier, in 2010, Broward reported 106 percent of citizens of voting age were registered to vote.
Obviously, someone died and…
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