Florida’s New Election Police Set to Make First Arrests

As the Democratic Party continues to downplay the realities of election fraud and tampering, the Sunshine State is set to begin arresting several perpetrators.

The left has long denied the realities of voter fraud, both the literal issues and the larger, moral issues.  The Democrats have always been a “by any means necessary” sort of group, and it would be out of character for them to cut off a potential means of exploitation.

Now, in Florida, a special new police force is beginning to delve into the issue, and what they are finding may surprise some Americans.

Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday announced that the state is in the process of arresting 20 ex-felons — mostly in South Florida — for voter fraud tied to the 2020 election, the first round of what he promises will be a wave of voter fraud arrests.

The investigation was led by the DeSantis-championed Office of Election Crimes and Security, an office created during the 2022 legislative session to focus on election fraud investigations and prosecutions. The first round, announced during a press conference in Broward County, was focused on felons who illegally voted in 2020 by either not properly applying to have their voting rights restored or were ineligible because of the severity of their crimes.

DeSantis was defiant after the announcement.

“This is just the first step. There are many more in the pipeline,” DeSantis said. “We are not just going to turn a blind eye to this. The days of that happening in Florida are over.”

The news has provided Ron DeSantis with yet another national spotlight to bask in, as he stealthily prepares what many believe to be his 2024 presidential bid.


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