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Democrat Whistleblower Sounds The Alarm On Election Fraud

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One Democrat whistleblower has come forward to detail his first-hand account of election fraud in Florida.

Brian Freid, a former Director of Information Systems for Orange County’s Supervisor of Elections, claims that felons, the deceased, and various shades of ineligible voters took part during the 2020 election in Florida.

According to him, unauthorized address changes and other informational changes also took place—changes that would affect the voter rolls.

We have previously outlined how such changes, even small ones, accrue over time—eventually leading to potentially millions of ineligible voters on the rolls.

Here are just some of Brian Freid’s allegations:

Western Journal relayed some of his concerns:

Freid was also troubled by what he called bulk updates to addresses for voters, in which a voter’s address would be changed without their request, often leading the voter to ask for a ballot because the new address was not where they lived.

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Freid said questions about why this was done went into a black hole without any answers.

He also said the county’s policy is to allow individuals to drop off multiple ballots at a time, despite Florida law that limits the number of ballots anyone can deposit in a drop box.


According to Just The News:

Freid also claims that vote-by-mail ballots are being sent to deceased voters years after their deaths, despite their living relatives contacting the Orange County SOE to notify them that they’re dead and to stop sending ballots.


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