What the hell happened up in St. Lucie County before and since Election Day? That is a question that has been fought both in courts of law and in the court of public opinion. It is also a question that will never be satisfied.
I’m not a lawyer, and I don’t completely understand all of the legal twists and turns; however I was a front row witness to a lot of lies, cheating, and what I believe to be out and out fraud.
Let me be clear; questions about the integrity of the vote, and especially the early vote in St. Lucie County arose from the very beginning. The Supervisor of Elections, Gertrude Walker, did not respond to those questions; not to the media, and certainly not to the public.
Rallies took place, letters were written, time and energy was spent, and the situation was watched, (mostly thanks to social media) from around the nation and world. Promises were made and broken by the SOE.
For starters, if there was only one, there were too many cases where votes cast outweighed voter registration; and there were dozens. In one such case, Precinct 93, it has been widely reported that 900 votes were cast, and there were only 7 people registered. The percentages of other precincts are equally outrageous, as are the convoluted answers for most of the higher numbers which revolve around the ‘two card’ system used.Add a comment