Broward County Police Refused to Take Ballot Box Left in Avis Rental Car

Not only are the people running the elections in Broward county crooked, but evidently, so are the police. An Avis Employee found a provisional Ballot box in a returned rental car and, naturally, he called the police. But, the Broward County police refused to take it as evidence, even though the rental was returned by Noah Holliman, a donor to Andrew Gillum. I’m not a policeman, but that seems suspicious to me. I’ll bet they didn’t even bother to question him. It seems to me that the best way to get rid of provisional ballots for Republicans would be to load them up in cars (as they did) and dump them somewhere they can’t be found. And even if they are, you’d just find a few.

From The Gateway Pundit

On Sunday night an Avis employee at Ft. Lauderdale airport found a box labeled with the SOE (Supervisor of Elections) and the word “Provisional” in the back of the returned car.

According to the Avis employee, the last person to drive the car was a Broward County elections employee.

Richard DeNapoli tweeted out a photo of the election boxes left in the car.

Laura Loomer and Jacob Engels were tipped off and drove to the airport but were denied entry.

On Sunday night Richard DeNapoli took video from the Ft. Lauderdale airport where the election worker dropped off his Avis rental car.

The provisional ballot box and election signs were left in the car that was rented by Broward County election worker Noah Holliman.

But, the police refused to haul the box away. Why?

 

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