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Do Supervisors of Elections travel in vans with their names in big, red, block letters painted on the sides of their vans?

By Teresa Simón-Noble

Yesterday as we were headed to the store, my husband and I, a white van pulled up on the lane next to ours. Written on the side of the van, in big, red, block letters was, "DR. BRENDA SNIPES" and, then, under it, in smaller blue letters, 'BROWARD COUNTY SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS."

Do Supervisor of Elections travel in vans with their names painted in big red, block letters on the sides of the vans?

It was the sort of spectacular public display which reminds one of a Pope mobile, or of an Emperor's Chariot with its celebrated Procurator--its trusted emperor's official, if you will, traveling in it.

Only that, in this case it would be a Popess Mobile, or the Emperor's chariot carrying in it its celebrated Procuratix.


Brenda Snipes is a faithful servant of the Bushes, and of their blueprint No. 2 for stealing elections. Voting machines with an uncanny taste for vanquishing and altering many of The People's votes and their voices as reflected in those votes... Blueprint No. 1 was the Florida Hanging Chads of the 2000 election from hell, along with Florida voter intimidation, precinct reorganization without prior notice, polling places moved to different addresses without prior notification.

The Procuratrix's induction to the office of Florida's Broward County Supervisor of Elections first came to her as one who was appointed by Jeb Bush to replace the duly elected supervisor of elections, Miriam Oliphant, who was accused of misusing the funds of her office and smeared through that financial mismanagement with being responsible for mistakes in polling precincts and voting machines and was ultimately removed from her office by said Jeb Bush.

(One wonders what sort of muddied up hands Jeb's own hands played in the 2002 Broward County Primary precincts not opening on time, malfunctioning of machines, misplaced, not picked up, or later found voting machines--all also a repeat of the 2000 election from hell blueprint for stealing elections).

Talk about wanting to shout, "Thief!" Yes. That was me. Wanting to call our Procuratrix Dr. Brenda Snipes, "Thief" for her part in helping Jeb Bush steal the 2002 Florida gubernatorial election.

First, by insisting that paperless voting machines are flawless, that no paper trails would be necessary to conduct any recount because, basically, she believed in the infallibility of our electronic voting machines.

And then, through the same sort of "glitches" that happened in the 2000 election (precincts not opening, or opening late, miscalibrated machines, people being told that their voting card was not recognized by the voting precincts and more) giving the edge of the 2002 Democratic Primary votes to Jim McBride, while taking away who knows how many of Janet Reno's votes--some of which were later found in voting machines abandoned or misplaced throughout the county, or not picked up at all from their polling places.

Machines which, when re-calibrated, as per Janet Reno's request, ended up spitting out a number of Reno votes, correctly bringing Reno's totals closer to McBride's and to giving her the nomination for the elected democratic candidate to run against Jeb Bush in the 2002 gubernatorial race. But, not enough votes were found, and not enough absentee ballots were counted in time to give Janet Reno the party's nomination to run against Jeb Bush.--

Absentee ballots which were mailed to wrong addresses, or were mailed late out of the Procuratrix's Office, arrived late to their destination, or somehow, when returned to the Procuratrix's office were shoved in a drawer in a file cabinet somewhere, by someone, no one knows who, and not found and not counted until after the Florida gubernatorial election and Jeb Bush was sitting for a second time in Florida's Governor's Mansion.

(McBride never posed a danger to Jeb Bush, even when the media all said that he was the one who could defeat Jeb Bush. In fact, McBride did not really run a campaign against Jeb Bush--he ran a campaign against Janet Reno, the candidate that Jeb Bush and Brenda Snipes knew could and would defeat Jeb if she were to get the Democratic nomination to run against Jeb.)

Then, when all the glitches were revealed, after it was too late to do anything about an already defeated McBride and a re-elected Jeb, the Bushes' Procuratrix of Elections promised to do everything that she could, to correct any glitches prior to the 2004 Presidential election--and she basically promised a glitch free elections, because, after all, she said, "we are electing president the most powerful man in the world"...(and with that our honored Procuratrix made sure that "the most powerful man in the world in her eyes, George W. Bush," sat in the oval office, also for a second term, just like his brother Jeb did in Florida.)

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