Injunction denied. That’s the decision Monday from a Broward Circuit Court judge at an emergency hearing involving a lawsuit filed by Florida Governor Rick Scott, asking to impound ballots and machines at the Broward Election office.
Instead of granting the injunction, Judge Jack Tuter suggested the addition of three additional armed Broward Sheriff’s Deputies at election headquarters who do not report directly to Elections Supervisor Dr. Brenda Snipes, like other deputies do.
Always Remember This: For the Democrats, the ones screaming loudest that Russians were manipulating our Elections, to come out and be 100% silent on the issue of non-citizens voting in Florida, that tells you everything you need to know about the Democrats.
The most dangerous type of person is not an ignorant one, it's an ignorant one with action. These people are evil.
"There is no question that Broward County Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes failed to comply with Florida law on multiple counts, undermining Floridians’ confidence in our electoral process," Bush tweeted.
About 76 LGBT members of the caravan, which has about 3,600 members, described inter-caravan persecution and poor planning interfering with the members' ability to eat and bathe on a regular basis, according to Telemundo 20 in San Diego.
An anonymous group paid for the small group of LGBT migrants to take a bus to the border. They said just like in their native country, they endured verbal abuse while they traveled with the large migrant group, which is expected to reach the U.S. border in about 2-3 weeks.
former Facebook executive, Oculus co-founder and virtual-reality wunderkind Palmer Luckey, who was a rising star of Silicon Valley when, at the height of the 2016 presidential contest, he donated a modest $10,000 to an anti-Hillary Clinton group. His donation sparked a backlash from his colleagues, which then led to him being put on leave, and six months later he was fired.
Border Patrol agents arrested a National Guardsman and four others in Otay Mesa Saturday for reported human smuggling.
Agents stopped a vehicle near Otay Mesa Boulevard and Alta Road at around 3:45 p.m. Of the five men inside, two were U.S. citizens and three were undocumented, according to Customs and Border Protection agent Michael Scappechio.