Broward County elections supervisor Brenda Snipes gave a press conference Monday afternoon to address the box marked “provisional” found in a rental car Sunday night.
As previously reported, an Avis employee at Ft. Lauderdale airport found a box labeled with the SOE (Supervisor of Elections) and the word “Provisional” in the back of the returned car on Sunday night. According to the Avis employee the last person to drive the car was a Broward County employee.
Monday afternoon, Brenda Snipes read the police report detailing what was in the boxes found in the rental car.
Snipes revealed among supplies, blank provisional ballots were inside of the box marked ‘provisional,’ according to the written police report.
“This is to help clarify some of the questions that were raised earlier regarding some boxes that were identified and left in a car…I think it was a Budget rental cars that we had during the election cycle,” Snipes said. “
Brenda Snipes said she notified the Broward County police after finding out about the boxes; the officer who investigated, wrote a report concerning the contents of the box.
“He [police officer] identified that there were..there’s a grey storage box that was labeled ‘provisional ballot box’ containing elections supplies and blank provisional ballots,” Snipes said.
Another orange box contained campaign signs and orange cones used for parking, according to the police report.
In a stunning display of arrogance, Snipes also rejected the notion that her elections office failed to act in accordance with the law; she even snubbed President Trump.
President of Judicial Watch Tom Fitton reacted to this press conference given by Snipes.
“Ms. Snipes: police report details blank provisional ballots were found in car. How did that happen?” Tom Fitton said.