There is growing controversy in Florida at this hour regarding the vote of a non-citizen in the midterm elections.
Lawyers for Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson and gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum objected to the rejection of a provisional ballot cast by someone who is not a citizen.
Governor Rick Scott came out with the most votes on election day. But after the election more than 90,000 uncounted ballots were discovered.
“Chris, 93,000 ballots were found after election night. It’s the law,” he told Chris Wallace on Fox News Channel. “You have to say how many ballots have been cast that night. All right, within 30 minutes after election. OK, somehow after the election finished, somehow they came up with 93,000 votes afterwards. How did they — Chris, did they do it? We don’t know.”
Governor Scott accused Sen. Nelson of trying to commit fraud to try to win this election.
“Bill Nelson is a sore loser,” Scott told Wallace. “He’s been in politics way too long, 42 years. He just won’t give up. And he’s saying if you’re not a citizen, your vote ought to count. He’s saying that fraudulent ballots ought to count. That’s wrong.”
In Texas, the attorney general is investigating allegations that tons of illegal aliens voted in the midterm elections.
And in Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams told a crowd on the campaign trail that the votes of illegal aliens would be a part of the so-called blue wave on Election Day.
Democrats say that every vote should count. Does that include the votes of non-citizens?
If Democrats want every illegal alien vote to count — well that’s a problem — because that means the votes of law-abiding American citizens no longer count.