Democrat Tim Canova: FBI Would Rather Chase Russian Phantoms Than Wasserman Schultz Stolen Congressional Election
The election supervisor in Broward County likely broke the law when they destroyed paper ballots in the midst of a lawsuit filed by Tim Canova, who challenged Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz in 2016.
Though many experts agree that the ballot destruction was a felony, Canova believes that the FBI is too busy chasing "Russian phantoms? to investigate election meddling right here at home.
Canova was seeking to have the optical-scan ballots inspected following the primary race and filed a lawsuit last June against Broward County Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes.
?We have a civil lawsuit against the Broward Supervisor of Elections which we should win and the court should award us attorneys fees. At that point the governor should fire the Supervisor and hopefully replace with someone who has integrity and presumably not part of the Wasserman Schultz machine," Canova told the Gateway Pundit.
Snipes, a Democrat, had her office destroy the ballots in September, months after the lawsuit was filed. The office claimed that they did not commit a felony by destroying the ballots because they kept digital scans. Canova, who is a a Nova Southeastern University law professor, contends that they still broke the law because electronic copies can be tampered with. His belief has backed up by multiple experts on election laws.
"You're not supposed to destroy these ballots within 22 months," Canova's lawyer attorney, Leonard Collins told Politico last year. "They did. You can't destroy public records in an ongoing court case. They did," he said. "I've never seen anything like this."
Collins has filed a motion for sanctions due to the 'spoliation? of evidence.
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