Some Florida Republicans are looking to audit the results of the 2020 election in their state even though Donald Trump carried it, based on research done by MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell.

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Trump won Florida with 51.2 percent of the vote to Biden’s 57.9 percent, a margin of more than 300,000 votes, but that is not the issue to some Republicans, Newsweek reported.

The Republican Party of Lake County, Florida called for an audit of the vote in September.

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“The Lake County, Florida Republican Party unanimously approved five resolutions to send to all Florida State legislators demanding legislative actions to improve election integrity,” it said on its website.

“Many voters of all parties are angry at the findings of election fraud around the states and this is the first action responding to constant Republican concerns about election integrity in Florida,” the group said.

“Many voters are concerned that the Nov. 3, 2020 election was inaccurate due to many reports, and court and legislative hearings since that date,” it said.

Their resolutions were sent to Governor Ron DeSantis, state legislators and other elected officials. Republican State Representative Anthony Sabatini, who is from Lake County, has filed a bill seeking to have the legislature review the election.

“It’s not about margin of victory,” the state representative said. “The fact is that people want total verification of the election results. They want an independent review of the votes.”

The Republicans want the governor to “appoint an independent third party to conduct a forensic audit of the 2020 general election for every Florida County over 250,000 in population.”

The group said it wants “every elected official to support the bill and demand they support full, independent forensic audits of all elections in every state and other specified actions.”

Lake County Republican Chair Walter Price told The Orlando Sentinel on October 5 that the party’s resolutions were partly based on MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell’s claims about fraud in the election.

“Some of that information in that research originated from some of that research that Mike Lindell was doing,” Price said. “So that’s part of the reason. There’s a lot of statistical anomalies that just jump out.”

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We all know Mike Lindell has been working tirelessly to expose the fraud of the 2020 election.

 

SOURCE: Conservative Brief

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