Brian Freid, a former director of information systems for the Orange County Supervisor of Elections, has filed an affidavit accusing the office of egregious wrongdoing in the management of ballots during the 2020 U.S. presidential election. Despite being a lifelong Democrat, Freid asserts that he saw felons casting votes, ballots being mailed to deceased individuals despite family members’ notification to the OCSOE, and insufficient attempts to authenticate registered voters’ honesty in their applications. Furthermore, Freid claims that his prior workplace neglected to comply with state legislation by neglecting to investigate two computer violations of sensitive voter information.
BREAKING: Former elections official files affidavit alleging massive election fraud from mail in ballots in Florida.
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The affidavit additionally discloses that under Florida election regulations, a voter must be purged from the rolls if they miss two successive presidential elections. Nevertheless, Freid witnessed ballots being sent to individuals who had not cast a vote in as many as two decades. Additionally, the application form for voting by mail does not mandate that the applicant provide their contact information, making it difficult to verify that the request is genuine. This lack of verification makes fraudulent activity very easy to carry out.
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In October, the Department of State initiated a criminal investigation following the presentation of evidence by Cynthia Harris, a Democratic candidate for Orange County Commissioner. Harris’s evidence suggested that individuals were being paid $10 for each ballot they collected from other voters, an activity that violates state law and constitutes a third-degree felony. The punishment for this offense can include up to five years of imprisonment.
Brian Freid’s statement indicates a blatant mishandling of ballots during the 2020 presidential election in Orange County, Florida. His testimony highlights numerous instances of possible voter fraud and misconduct, such as felons casting their votes, sending ballots to deceased residents, and harvesting ballots. Additionally, it is worrisome that the vote-by-mail ballot request form does not necessitate the applicant to provide their contact information, making fraudulent activities more likely to occur.
This is yet another example of how the Democratic party is willing to do anything to gain power and influence. It is unacceptable that they are willing to risk our democracy and undermine the integrity of our elections for their own political gain. It is time for the Department of State to take action and investigate these allegations of misconduct and fraud. The American people deserve fair and honest elections, and it is up to us to make sure that happens.