Acting Assistant Attorney General MIA for Congressional Oversight Hearing with Gowdy

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No show because the story isn’t stright that is going to be presented to the American people under oath? Trey Gowdy Gets Pissed and Agrees to SUBPOENA Assistant Attorney General!

Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, Congressman Trey Gowdy cannot believe the acting Assistant Attorney General has not shown up for the Congressional Oversight Hearing. Original Air Date: 5/8/18

No one wants to answer the question about the failed investigations, strange deaths in Florida surround them. Well, now we might have a reason why the acting Attorney General is MIA. Florida Election Supervisor GUILTY Of Rigging Election For Wasserman Schultz – They Found It ALL

In what is an ironic twist of events it has come to light, the elections supervisor in Florida’s second-most populous county broke state and federal law by unlawfully destroying ballots cast in Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s 2016 Democratic primary. This is according to a recent ruling by a judge in a case brought by the congresswoman’s challenger who wanted to check for voting irregularities. The ruling states the Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office violated state and federal laws by destroying ballots from a 2016 Congressional race too soon — and while the ballots were the subject of a lawsuit against the office. The ruling does allow Wasserman Schultz’s challenger Tim Canova to have the attorney fees he has paid be reimbursed by the elections office.

Leonard Collins, his attorney, said those costs exceed $200,000 already. This leaves Florida taxpayers on the hook for Wasserman Schultz and her unethical behavior yet again. This recent ruling stems from Canova’s bid to unseat Wasserman Schultz in the primary race for the Democratic seat. Canova lost the race by roughly 57% to 43% or 28,809 votes to 21,907. Canova has also gotten the state of Florida to take interest in this case, and as a result, the governor’s office states that it plans to start election monitoring will be so “the citizens of Broward County can have the efficient, properly run election they deserve.”

According to the Sun-Sentinal – “Canova, who was checking for voting irregularities in the race, sought to look at the paper ballots in March 2017 and took Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes to court three months later when her office hadn’t fulfilled his request. Snipes approved the destruction of the ballots in September, signing a certification that said no court cases involving the ballots were pending. Snipes called the action a ‘mistake’ during testimony she gave in the case, saying the boxes were mislabeled and there was ‘nothing on my part that was intentional’ about destroying the contested ballots. ‘When I sign, I sign folders filled with information,’ Snipes said in her testimony, later adding: ‘I trust my staff.

They have the responsibility of giving me information that’s correct.’ Circuit Judge Raag Singhal ruled Friday that Snipes wrongly destroyed public records because: — The elections office is required to maintain the ballots in federal elections for 22 months, while Snipes destroyed the ballots after 12 months, which is the retention period for state elections. The ballots were the subject of a pending lawsuit, so it would take a court order from the judge in the case to allow their destruction. Snipes ‘has not presented any evidence refuting that the public records sought were destroyed while this case was pending before this court,’ Singhal said.

Snipes will appeal the decision, said her attorney, Burnadette Norris-Weeks. ‘We think the judge is wrong,’ Norris-Weeks said. The elections office never refused to provide access to the ballots, she said. Instead, it rejected a request by Canova to use outside equipment to scan the ballots, Norris-Weeks said. Also, it didn’t receive a partial payment to cover the costs of the public records request until days before the suit was filed and the scanned copies of the ballots it can currently provide are ‘accurate and inherently reliable,’ she said.

‘It was a mistake [destroying the original ballots], but the ballots were preserved,’ Norris-Weeks said. ‘They were scanned shortly after the election.’” It is not currently known if the judge’s ruling in civil court will lead to charges being filed in:

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Flashback June of 2017 – More Attorneys Found Dead In Wasserman Schultz Florida District! COINCIDENCE?

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