by Geoffrey Grinder, Now The End Begins:

The League of Women Voters documents its funding from George Soros’s Open Society Institute. Common Cause is also financed by Soros’s Open Society Foundations.

The Democratic Party has decided they cannot do without winning Florida, so even though they lost both the governor and senate seats, they have enlisted lawyers from groups funded by George Soros to rewrite what happened on Tuesday.

Right now in the state of Florida, in Broward County in particular, controversy and intrigue is raging as the Republicans attempt to prevent the Democrats from wresting control and changing the election results. Democrats are using every trick in the book to force a recount, which they have done, and are even petitioning the courts to allow votes from non-citizens.

George Soros spent millions funding the campaign of socialist Andrew Gillum, and he is not going to let that money go to waste for a candidate that he bought and paid for.

Lawyers for Gillum, Nelson Fight to Include Non-U.S. Citizens’ Votes in Florida

FROM THE DAILY CALLER: Lawyers for Florida Democratic candidates Andrew Gillum and Bill Nelson both fought to prevent a non-citizen’s vote from being excluded Friday night, according to a transcript of a Palm Beach County Canvassing Board proceeding obtained by the Daily Caller News Foundation.

Michael Barnett, chairman of the Palm Beach Republican Party, told TheDCNF that the county’s canvassing board was going through provisional ballots and quickly deciding whether to allow or disallow each. This exchange is of the first non-citizen’s vote they encountered. “We had a court reporter that we hired to sit in the proceedings, which are public,” he said.

The vote was disallowed despite the objections of the lawyers because two of the three members of the canvassing board ruled that it was an impermissible vote, he said. READ MORE

Soros-Funded Groups Demand Gov. Rick Scott Recuse Himself from Florida Recount

FROM BREITBART NEWS: Two organizations financed by billionaire liberal activist George Soros have threatened to take Florida  Gov. Rick Scott to court if he doesn’t recuse himself from the state’s recount, which includes his own Senatorial election. “Please issue a public statement that you will recuse yourself and remove yourself from any oversight of the 2018 election immediately or we will have no choice but to seek a formal emergency remedy from the courts,” reads a letter sent to Scott by the two groups, the League of Women Voters and Common Cause.

The League of Women Voters purports to be “nonpartisan, neither supporting nor opposing candidates or political parties at any level of government, but always working on vital issues of concern to members and the public.” Capital Research charges the group has evidenced a “major flirtation with the Democratic Party.” The League documents its funding from Soros’s Open Society Institute

Common Cause is also financed by Soros’s Open Society Foundations.  Its mission says it aims “to build a democracy that works for us all.” READ MORE

Whoops! Brenda Snipes’ office mixed bad provisional ballots with good ones

FROM MSN: Broward County elections supervisor ‘accidentally’ mixed more than a dozen rejected ballots with nearly 200 valid ones, a circumstance that is unlikely to help Brenda Snipes push back against Republican allegations of incompetence.

The mistake — for which no one had a solution Friday night — was discovered after Snipes agreed to present 205 provisional ballots to the Broward County canvassing board for inspection. She had initially intended to handle the ballots administratively, but agreed to present them to the canvassing board after Republican attorneys objected. READ MORE

Florida Orders Recount in Senate, Governor Races

FROM BREITBART NEWS: Florida authorities on Saturday ordered a statewide recount in the contentious races for US Senate and governor, amid tit-for-tat accusations of fraud from the candidates — plunging the state once again into election uncertainty.

Eighteen years after the Sunshine State found itself at the heart of a battle for the US presidency, it was once again in the spotlight after Tuesday’s vote, which left the contests for statewide offices undecided.

Florida’s 67 counties had been given until midday (1700 GMT) on Saturday to submit unofficial totals.

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