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Judge OVERTURNS Eatonville Election


I am not quite sure how much clearer the situation in The United States can be….

The myth of ‘safe and secure‘ elections continues to be a popular war cry for the average statist, yet we continue to see evidence to the contrary at all levels of government.

The reason I share these stories of local and state level election fraud is to point out that these things are common occurrences, and they have been happening for pretty much the entire duration of our country’s history…

This particular story of election fraud comes from Eatonville Florida, where a judge had to overturn the results of a previous town council election due to illegal votes.

Here are the facts:

Click Orlando had more on the recent election overturn:

After the voting results were tallied, it appeared Daniels had defeated the incumbent by a single vote.

But following a recount by the Orange County Canvassing Board, court records show two previously uncounted votes were discovered, giving Mack a 269-to-268 vote victory.

Daniels filed a lawsuit in April 2020 contesting the election. Mack and the Orange County Canvassing Board were named as defendants.


Conservative Brief reports:

Almost two years after Democrat Tarus Mack was certified the winner of an Eatonville Town Council election, a judge has ordered Mack to be removed from his position due to evidence uncovered by his opponent suggesting votes were illegally cast or procured.

“I was very ecstatic,” Marlin Daniels said, who filed the lawsuit challenging the election results. “Immediately I said, ‘Let’s get to work.’ We have to fix things that have been going wrong in this historic town and make things right, not for me, but for the people.”


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