BREAKING NOW: Elderly Woman Exposes Hillary’s Massive Voter Fraud Scheme in Florida


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Democrats have long asserted that voter fraud is nearly non-existent, which is exactly what you would say if you were engaging in voter fraud. A recently uncovered scandal in Florida, however, is exposing the real intent of the Democratic party, and some insight into how they plan to win the election for Hillary Clinton in November.

A liberal political action group that has registered nearly 6,000 new Democratic voters in a single Florida county likely thought they had an easy mark in Marina Agosto, an 83-year-old Hispanic woman. What they didn’t realize was that Agosto was a life-long Republican who was determined to find out who was trying to steal her vote. In doing so, she exposed a massive voter fraud scheme meant to benefit Hillary Clinton.

WFLA in Florida broke the story that could shift the balance of power not just in Florida, but in the Oval Office. Even more amazing than the massive voter fraud that appears to be taking place is the indifferent response from county election officials who don’t seem to care about the situation. From WFLA:

When 83-year-old lifelong Republican Marina Agosto received a new voter ID card that told her she was now a registered Democrat, she and her daughter Minerva headed to the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections office to find out why.

She is outraged that someone would use her name to commit voter registration fraud here in a swing state, where every single vote is so important. She is even more bothered that the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections office wasn’t taking her seriously.

“They insisted that she had done it and that you must have forgotten. ‘You must have forgotten.’ And she was very irate,” Minerva said.

Craig Latimer and his staff told 8 On Your Side Agosto probably forgot she filled out a voter registration application.

The mother and daughter discovered at the Supervisor of Elections office that a group called Mi Familia Vota submitted a new voter registration application for Agosto. A signature that is supposed to be her own is on the application.

“I sign different, completely different,” Agosto said.

She provided 8 On Your Side with her signature. It looks different than the one on the application. 8 On Your Side provided them both to the Supervisor of Elections office.

“They look a little bit different; they don’t look a lot different to me,” said Gerri Kramer, Supervisor of Elections communications director.

The birth year on the application also doesn’t match Agosto’s voter ID card. 8 On Your Side asked if the Supervisor of Elections notified law enforcement. “All I have is this form. I don’t have anything that tells me this is illegal,” Kramer said.

The Supervisor of Elections office contacted Mi Familia after 8 On Your Side started asking questions. It held a meeting with the group’s representatives Monday.

Since June Mi Familia Vota has submitted more than 5,700 voter registration applications in Hillsborough County alone. Third-party voter registrations groups have submitted more than 54,000 applications in that time period.

Mi Familia would not open its door when 8 On Your Side went to discuss the issue with them.

“We haven’t had these kind of problems in  any other state,” said Ben Monterroso, executive director of Mi Familia Vota.  Mi Familia, he claims, is investigating the 200 other applications submitted by the person who filled out Marina’s application.

Meanwhile, the person who filled out the voter registration application in Agosto’s name no longer works for Mi Familia. Monterroso isn’t sure if this is voter fraud. He wants to investigate further.

This is why it is so difficult to catch voter fraud: when the registration itself is fraudulent, it is nearly impossible to stop it. Now you know, if Hillary Clinton wins Florida, how she did it.

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