Democrats pulled every trick in the book to steal the Florida Senate election.
That included suing to count illegal votes.
And now a federal judge just gave Donald Trump some very bad news.
Democrats sued to allow the state to count mail-in ballots that election officials rejected because of mismatched signatures.
A judge sided with the Democrats’ attempts to steal the election and ruled voters had until 5PM Saturday to fix their ballot issues.
The Daily Caller:
A federal judge ruled against Republican Florida U.S. Senate candidate Rick Scott Thursday by mandating that voters whose ballots were rejected because of signature mismatch must be given the chance to verify their ballots.
U.S. District Judge Mark Walker’s ruling that gave more than 4,000 voters until 5 p.m. Saturday to verify their ballots did not fully satisfy Scott’s Democratic rival, Sen. Bill Nelson, either. Democrats had asked Walker to discard Florida’s signature match law, according to WPBF.
“The precise issue in this case is whether Florida’s law that allows county election officials to reject vote-by-mail and provisional ballots for mismatched signatures — with no standards, an illusory process to cure, and no process to challenge the rejection — passes constitutional muster,” Walker wrote in the ruling. “The answer is simple. It does not.”
The ruling applies to certain uncounted mail-in and provisional ballots in 45 of Florida’s 67 counties, according to The Wall Street Journal. Florida is conducting a machine recount for multiple races that must come to an end at 3 p.m. Thursday. If the candidates are within 0.5 percent of one another, Florida has until noon Sunday to perform a recount by hand, reported WSJ.
Democrats plan to string this election along with as many court cases as possible so they can have friendly judges continually allow new ballots to be counted until they win.
They don’t care that all of these moves violate the state election law.
They just want to win the seat.
We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this story.