Marco Rubio Calls Out Election Officials Purportedly Caught Illegally Unloading Ballots From Cars, Failing To Supply Vote Totals

As we previously reported, the Florida Gubernatorial and Senatorial race has taken a turn as both Palm Beach and Broward Counties continue to “find” thousands of new ballots.

Seeing as the Republican margin of victory has been shrinking we assume the ballots found are largely in favor of Democrat candidates.

We have now been notified as to where the ballots might be originating from.

Late on Thursday evening, Republican Senator Marco Rubio sent out a tweet with an embedded video, which seems to depict Florida election officials lugging large boxes, which were allegedly stuffed full of ballots, from their own vehicles, and transporting them onto a rental truck.

Senator Rubio sent out the video on Twitter, noting that the first to post it was actually a Liberal Congressional Candidate. This is important because it will be 10x harder for the liberal media to claim that Republicans altered the video.

Rubio’s tweet read, “This video posted by an Independent Cong candidate in 18 (who was endorsed by Bernie Sanders in 16) purports to show BrowardCounty ballots being transported from polling places in private cars. Has anyone in local media looked into this claim or asked elections dept about it?”

Tim Canova’s original tweet with the video footage reads, “Caught On Video: Concerned citizen sees ballots being transported in private vehicles & transferred to rental truck on Election night. This violates all chain of custody requirements for paper ballots. Were the ballots destroyed & replaced by set of fake ballots? Investigate now!” (Keep in mind that Canova is a Liberal Congressional candidate.)

Senator Rubio appeared on Fox News last on Thursday evening to talk about what was taking place. Take a look at the video clip of his appearance below:

Subject Politics writes, “As if the truck incident isn’t enough, a Broward County teacher claims she found a box of ballots in the closet in her Elementary School. She says this must have been “left behind” by election workers and now these votes might be counted to.”

This nonsense must come to an end immediately. Late on Thursday evening, Republican Florida Governor Rick Scott announced that he is officially filing a lawsuit against Election officials, claiming that they violated the law and withheld information regarding vote counts.