Debbie Wasserman Schultz claims Brenda Snipes ‘followed the law’

Debbie Wasserman Schultz claims Brenda Snipes ‘followed the law’
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[Ed. – It’s the Tinker Bell effect: Democrats believe that if they repeat a lie often enough, it will become the truth.]

Democratic Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz claimed on Monday that Broward County Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes has “followed the law,” despite a ruling from a circuit judge that reaches the exact opposite conclusion.

During a CNN interview with anchor Jim Sciutto, Wasserman Schultz defended Snipes despite her history of being involved in election misconduct in Florida. (RELATED: RNC Points Out 12 Times Florida’s Broward County Elections Supervisor Has Been ‘Incompetent And Possibly Criminal’)

“Number one, [Snipes] has followed the process as Florida law prescribes,” Wasserman Schultz asserted. “And there’s been absolutely nothing amiss that’s been found by Rick Scott’s own department of state election monitors who have been in her office since the spring.”

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“[There’s] no evidence of anything that has gone wrong. The process is simply working. The deadlines have been met,” the congresswoman claimed.

However, a circuit court judge ruled this past Friday that Snipes did violate Florida public records law by not providing requested election information to Florida Governor Rick Scott, who is running for Senate.

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