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Florida man creates GoFundMe to pay for tunnels under border wall


A man in Arcadia, Florida has started a GoFundMe to raise money for support tunnels under President Trump's proposed wall.

263 people have raised just over $3,000 in eight days. The fundraiser's creator set a goal of $150 Million.

Rigo Torres, the creator, says, "To the thousands of people raising money for a wall... I'm raising money to supply tunnel builders with shovels... I'm sure we won't need the $150,000,000 but in all reality who gives a s---... let's see how much I can raise."

MSNBC is talking about the US withdrawing troops from Syria...

Lindsey Graham and Rubio interviewed - caught off guard.

tRump is simply out-of-control.

We need a friendly foreign power to hack the RNC, manipulate social media, and send millions!

Come on Canada and Mexico!! Step up the the plate!! It's in your best interest!!

There are plenty of leakers in the US Gov. who will cooperate with you...and likely lots of ex-FBI and Justice Dept. "retirees" who can share old passwords.
How hard can it be to slip a few million to Democratic candidates just over the border who would be your friend!?

Go ahead and hack the DREs and tabulators - it's easy - you can watch Youtube and see how a 10 year old does it!

Where's the "Liberal-leaks" page? Georgia elections should be easy pickings for some Finnish programmers, and think of what it would be like to require all Georgians to use phones from Nokia. The possibilities are endless!

Don't build a wall in Texas - just make it your own! Print ballots and IDs and pass 'em out! Surely someone South-of-the-Boarder can make US IDs (the drug runners do it all the time). Those poll watchers can't tell Juan from Jose anyway.

Mail-in ballots in Florida are simple - you just need a stamp! Unlike NC, there are no rules in Florida! Just visit Florida on vacation and learn how it works!

And Wisconsin should be a cake walk for some determined Canucks to steal some elections! There's no wall!

You get the idea! No one really cares if outsiders cheat in US elections, so go for it. Bernie, can't you make Putin a better offer than tRump? Vermont needs a very expensive B&B!

(Hey, DNC - is anyone soliciting outside help? The Cubans would be in for a Democratic win.)

You think NC has an election fraud problem...check out Florida!

It's been this way here for 20 years: ballot design, hacked DREs, and ballot manipulation. The repubs will continue to "win" elections in FL until the system actually counts the votes. Chances are that several Governors and a few Presidents who took office were not really elected. The repubs cheat in Florida.



Vote-by-mail scandal in North Carolina exposes Florida’s lax laws
Florida used to prohibit collecting ballots and used to require a witness signature. But the state's Republican-led Legislature did away with the laws years ago.

The case highlights a notable difference between the two states, however: North Carolina has much tougher laws than Florida when it comes to voting by mail.

Although Florida, like many states, has imposed strong voter ID laws for casting a ballot at a polling place, it's done virtually nothing to stop fraud in the vote-by-mail process.

Most everywhere in Florida, it's not illegal to collect ballots, like it is in North Carolina, where it's a felony. Rather, it's only illegal to pay someone to collect ballots in Florida, a loophole that allows campaign volunteers and even candidates themselves to go door to door collecting voters' ballots.



Thousands of mailed-in Florida ballots not counted, officials say

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Florida officials say thousands of mailed ballots were not counted because they were delivered too late to state election offices. Three statewide Florida races, including the contest for governor, went to state-mandated recounts because the margins were so close.

The Department of State late last week informed a federal judge that 6,670 ballots were mailed ahead of the Nov. 6 election but were not counted because they were not received by Election Day. The tally prepared by state officials includes totals from 65 of Florida's 67 counties. The two counties yet to report their totals are Palm Beach, a Democratic stronghold in south Florida, and Polk in central Florida.

In the battle for agriculture commissioner, Democrat Nikki Fried won her election by 6,753 votes. Republican Gov. Rick Scott ousted incumbent Democrat U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson by slightly more than 10,000 votes.

Rachael is connecting the dots....

watch the replay if you are missing it...


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