Roger Stone Explains Why Florida is So Bad at Counting Votes
The great state of Florida has a reputation during national elections. It used to be kind of funny, but at this point it presents a very serious threat to America’s democratic process.
Once again, South Florida counties are delaying making official calls on elections as votes are still being counted. Despite the fact that Democrat Andrew Gillum conceded (and later withdrew his concession), he still has a serious shot at being the next governor of the Sunshine State. Likewise, Democratic Senator Bill Nelson refuses to accept the fact that Republican challenger and current Florida Governor Rick Scott unseated him.
Florida is often regarded to be the most purple of purple states. It’s most populous counties — namely Broward and Palm Beach — are Democratic strongholds. Much of the rest of the state, however, is deep red. But this isn’t why counting votes is so difficult for local election officials.
According to Roger Stone, Florida has a systemic problem that needs to be addressed immediately. Hear what he had to say during a recent interview in the video below.
~ Liberty Video News