As if there weren’t enough controversy in Broward County’s election, you can now add this to the mix.
In July, because he had no previous convictions, the guy charged with seventeen counts of murder in Parkland was registered to vote.
How do you suppose he would have voted on Florida’s “Amendment 4”, giving felons their right to vote back?
Back in July, when America was talking about who was being targeted in restaurants and other public places and Mad Maxine was encouraging more of the same, Nikolas Cruz was quietly added to the voter rolls.
Of course he was. He is still awaiting trial. He’s never been convicted of a crime, thanks in part to Broward County’s Obama-Era PROMISE diversion program.
And the father of one of his victims, Meadow, is hopping mad about it.
I'm sick to my stomach. 18-1958 murdered 17 students & staff, including my daughter Meadow. Yet in July, Broward Sheriff @ScottJIsrael let people into the jail to get him & other animals registered to vote.The Despicable Democrats have no shame.Can't let them steal this election. pic.twitter.com/qWisidEpek
— Andrew Pollack (@AndrewPollackFL) November 10, 2018
Yes, THAT Scott Israel.
And Broward Commissioner Michael Udine said: “It’s just outrageous and so hurtful to the victims and the families of the Parkland massacre to see this. Regardless of the legality, it doesn’t negate the pain and the hurt when the people of northwest Broward who were affected by this monster see something like this.”
“The process is controlled by the Supervisor of Elections office,” she said. “It doesn’t have anything to do with the sheriff.”
“Taking away the voting rights of an eligible person awaiting trial is illegal,” Coleman-Wright said. “BSO serves as a mail courier between the inmates and the Supervisor of Elections office.”
Source: Sun Sentinel
Supervisor of Elections office. Broward County.
— Florida Man (@_FloridaMan) November 9, 2018
You guessed it, this chick:
The one who habitually refuses to purge voting rolls or comply with the Electoral law.
Seeing as Nikolas had not been convicted of any crime, he was still eligible to vote (that’s how it works in America). But it’s worth remembering the reason he isn’t convicted of any crime.
Hint: it wasn’t because he had some kind of pristine background — after all, while the incident itself was shocking and unexpected, hardly anybody in Parkland was seemed least bit surprised to learn the identity of the monster that had been mowing down his classmates in cold blood.
It’s because the corrupt system in Broward was more committed to having the appearance of low crime stats than it was about actually upholding the law and keeping the general population safe from violence in its midst.
Confessed mass shooter Nikolas Cruz had no criminal record despite dozens of disciplinary infractions, but there was one case in which Broward County school administrators were obligated to send him before a judge — and didn’t do it.
After trashing a middle-school bathroom in 2013, Mr. Cruz received a three-day referral to a newly created diversion program called Promise designed to help kids who had committed misdemeanors avoid arrest and stay out of the “school-to-prison pipeline.”
He didn’t show. At that point, school policy dictated that he should have been hauled before Judge Elijah Williams of the Broward County Delinquency Division, and yet there is no record that it ever happened, based on what the district has released, according to Timothy Sternberg, a former assistant principal who helped run Promise from 2014-17.
Source: Washington Times
He got to exercise right to vote this year, but his victims never will.
Next time you talk to a Democrat who’s weak on law and Order issues, remind them of this.
Had Democrats had the right attitude toward crime in the first place, his criminal tendencies would have been a matter of public record, and he could never have bought the gun that laid waste to the high school.