Remember when Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams predicted that illegal alien votes would be part of the so-called blue wave? Well, consider what just happened in Florida.
Lawyers for the Sunshine State’s Democratic gubernatorial and Senate candidates objected Friday to the rejection of a provisional ballot cast by someone who is not a citizen, according to a transcript obtained by Fox News.
The incident occurred during a canvassing meeting Friday in Palm Beach County, where provisional ballots were being examined.
A provisional ballot was ordered excluded from the count because it apparently came from a non-U.S. citizen, according to a transcript confirmed by the chairman of the Palm Beach County Republican Party.
“First one of these we’ve seen,” said Judge August Bonativa.
“Not a U.S. citizen, not counted.” said Supervisor of Elections Susan Bucher, according to the transcript.
It was at this point where lawyers representing Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum and Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., issued objections — although they did not give reasons for those objections. The objections were noted, but the vote was still not counted.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott accused Sen. Bill Nelson, of being a “sore loser” who is “clearly trying to commit fraud to win this election.”
BREAKING: last night, @SenBillNelson and @AndrewGillum OBJECTED to officials rejecting votes from non-citizens. For them, illegally-cast votes are just as good as legally-cast votes, as long as they voted for Democrats. pic.twitter.com/6I9xDBaf9d
— Chris Hartline (@ChrisHartline) November 10, 2018
The Democrats claim they want every vote to count. But when they count the votes of illegals — it’s your vote that doesn’t count.