So, friends, did you know that on December 2, a motion was filed for a recount in Florida?The press seems to not have picked this up, yet, however it was noticed by the political blogger, Palmer Report. Right now, signed affidavits attesting to witnessing voter fraud in Florida are being called for. The vital information is below. If you have witnessed, experienced, or even suspected voter fraud in your district, please read the below and take action. At least 120,000 (preferably more) signed affidavits (personal accounts that are notarized) are needed to be presented as evidence. If you can’t afford a notary, there are free and affordable options like utilizing the bank you belong too, or services that are provided by AAA.
ETA: Press has begun to pick up the case, but are not discussing the procedure victims of voter fraud need to follow to be heard. Dec 13 is right around the corner, so please share the below:
“CALLING for Clinton voters in FLORIDA: We need you!
Clint Curtis, Attorney at Law, has filed the motion for a recount last night in Tallahassee.
*In Florida there are basically 4 different grounds for a recount. The brief covers most, if not all of them. There would need to be bribery of an official, misconduct complaints like being turned away at the polls illegitimately, machine malfunction, evidence of hacking, etc… that could potentially affect the outcome of the race. We lost in Florida by 112,000 votes.
** We need to gather at least 115,000 (preferably more) signed affidavits (personal accounts that are notarized) that we could present as evidence.
*** If you are someone who was either turned away at the polls, sent to varying polling locations and were never able to vote, had an experience of being obstructed in any way from voting (traffic jams, etc..) or any other things that occurred that effected your ability to vote that were suspect, or if you were a poll worker or observer and noted something that caught your suspicion that could indicate election fraud or hacking, please follow the simple instructions below:
1) Write a short personal statement about what you experienced.
2) Have it notarized immediately. If you can’t afford a notary, often times the major banks will do it for free if you have an account with them. Otherwise, email us at email@example.com for alternative means
3) Have your notarized copy of your statement scanned and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 12/13/16
4) Please contact the Secretary of State Ken Detzner’s office at 850.245.6524 and say you would like to file a complaint with them and provide details of your voting experience.
Please share widely.”