Gillum & Nelson Lawyers Argue Non-Citizen’s Vote SHOULD Count

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Florida seems to be pulling out all the stops in an attempt to ensure Democrats Andrew Gillum and Bill Nelson win their races.

Despite conceding on election night, Gillum is back in play for the governorship.

Likewise for Nelson and his Senate seat.  

It is now being learned that the candidates’ lawyers are fighting for a non-citizen’s vote to count.

Lawyers for Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum and U.S. Senate candidate Bill Nelson fought on Friday to allow a non-citizen’s vote to count in the state’s election races.

A transcript obtained by the Daily Caller News Foundation of a Palm Beach County Canvassing Board proceeding revealed the exchange between the Democratic lawyers and the judge.


A judge says the county violated the constitution of the Sunshine State.

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3 thoughts on “Gillum & Nelson Lawyers Argue Non-Citizen’s Vote SHOULD Count

  1. This whole goddamn election is a disaster to start with, there hasn’t been an honest election in this country for at least 7 or 8 terms. American nationals have been hoodwinked for decades, what a joke!

    Al Gore and Bush JR election was a hanging chad circus act…

    1. All I’m worried about at this point is , that I might miss out on a good hangin’
      And just when the hangins get on a roll that, someone is going to try and put a stop to it

      These criminals won’t stop because they have got us backed into a corner and only select few people know what it would take to systematically take them down without us getting snuffed in the process

      I got a bad feeling about what we all know of history and where this shit ends up
      It’s the waiting that’s killin me .. quite litterally!
      soon I could be too old to fight on my feet
      Or dead beforehand

      1. You are not alone is these concerns, EOTS. It is a most tedious time. Perhaps it is the fact that our circumstances are unprecedented, I mean in terms of organizing to fight the enemy. So many individual battles, but they are bonded by a strong intention to live free. I can’t see the whole of how it will all unfold, but I can sense the support from those who are willing to stand. And at least Flee still makes us laugh now and then.


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