Millions of Americans still do not believe Joe Biden won the 2020 presidential election. Most believe he either flat out cheated, or that the election was so terribly manipulated by crooked social media platforms and corrupt liberal news that the results were not authentic.
Furthermore, more than 80% of Americans believe that an ID should be one of the requirements for voting. There are other safeguards that would help reassure the public that our elections are fair and honest.
However, as we approach 2024 and President Trump’s potential re-election, there are still significant issues. There will still be Fulton County, Georgia’s, Maricopa County, Arizona’s, and Philadelphia’s to contend with.
But many states have stepped up their efforts to help stop voter fraud. One of those is Florida. Florida is set to pass a new series of state laws to help fight the crooked election tricks of the left. As they continue to cheat, and get away with it, these radical leftists become more brazen.
But it’s going to get harder in the Sunshine State. The Florida legislation passed a bill, which would create a specific office entrusted with pursuing reports of election crimes. The bill will also establish an independent law enforcement unit to investigate evidence of voter fraud.
One key part of the bill insists that there doesn’t need to be blatant evidence of widespread cheating. If voter fraud is suspected in Florida, it is going to be investigated. Of course, the Republican-backed bill passed precisely along party-lines, 76-41.
But it passed nonetheless. The bill creates the Office of Election Crimes and Security within the Florida State Department. This agency will hire 15 investigators. These state employees will coordinate a voter fraud hotline.
Reports of voter fraud will be referred to a team of investigators working with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. The bill now moves to the desk of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. DeSantis has already indicated that he fully endorses the bill.
Of course, the liberal mainstream media proclaims that these types of laws are unnecessary. We’re not surprised. The more strong laws that states enact against vote fraud, the harder it will be to cheat. They’ll still try. But maybe now some of these crooks will get caught.