Soros’ Groups Enter Fray

PUBLISHED: 5:31 PM 11 Nov 2018

Soros Funded Groups Demand Recusal In Florida

Two Soros-funded groups are threatening to take Governor Scott to court if he doesn’t recuse himself from the Florida recount.

George Soros funded groups have entered the Florida election debacle.

Two groups financed by billionaire currency manipulator George Soros are strong-arming Florida Gov. Rick Scott, demanding that he step away from the state’s recount.

“Please issue a public statement that you will recuse yourself and remove yourself from any oversight of the 2018 election immediately or we will have no choice but to seek a formal emergency remedy from the courts,” reads a letter sent by the League of Women Voters and Common Cause reads.

The letter irrationally claims Scott “intentionally politicized governance of the elections” when he asked the Florida Department of Law Enforcement to investigate possible irregularities in ballot offices in Southern Florida.

Of course, there have been irregularities.

Broward County left a giant box of provisional ballots at a polling location storage room, and in Palm Beach County, what looks like hundreds of boxes of mail in ballots were left at a post office storage areas, sources claim for weeks before the election.

The League of Women Voters claims to be a “nonpartisan, neither supporting nor opposing candidates or political parties at any level of government, but always working on vital issues of concern to members and the public.”

Capital Research charges they show evidence of a “major flirtation with the Democratic Party,” and the groups documents its funding from Soros’s Open Society Institute.

Common Cause is also financed by Open Society, and its mission says it aims “to build a democracy that works for us all.”

Many people read that as a threat to undo the U.S. republic and replace it with socialist slavery.

Gov. Scott’s call for an investigation came after new votes were ‘found,’ and because of past wrongdoings by the county’s controversial elections supervisor, Brenda Snipes.

A judged ruled that Snipes destroyed ballots too soon from a critical 2016 Congressional where Debbie Wasserman Schultz won re-election.

Snipes was also ordered by a judge earlier this year to change the way she handles mail-in ballots after her office was accused of opening them in secret.

Over the weekend, the Miami Herald reported that Snipes’ office mixed 20 rejected ballots with a sampling of 205 valid provisional ones in the current election.

The discrepancy would have went unheeded, but protests and a judge’s ruling has reigned in the democrat possible illegal activities.

It seems to many people that liberals will keep finding votes until they get their way, but hope that isn’t allowed to go unchecked.