Democrat Party Lawyer Says That Destroying Ballots Isn’t a Crime


Laura Loomer had the opportunity to speak to a Democratic  Party Lawyer, Leonard Samuels about the propriety of Brenda Snipes overseeing the election after destroying ballots earlier in the year.

Samuels had the audacity to say that wasn’t a crime and there is no evidence that Snipes ever done anything criminal or unethical. I realize that most lawyers are going to hell, but if hell has a basement, this guy will be living there.

From The Gateway Pundit

Laura Loomer: Do you think that it’s appropriate for Brenda Snipes to overseeing this given the fact that a judge ruled that she already destroyed ballots in a race between Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Tim Canova? I mean, that seems a little unethical for her to be overseeing this?

Leonard Samuels: Of course she should oversee this. She was appointed by a Republican governor Jeb Bush. She’s been reelected several times by the voters of Broward County… There’s been not one iota of fraud. There’s been not one iota of corruption.

Laura Loomer: There has though. A judge ruled she destroyed ballots in the race between Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Tim Canova. So how can you say that there’s not any shred of evidence of corruption when she destroyed ballots? If you’re an elections supervisor shouldn’t destroying ballots be an automatic disqualification for overseeing elections.

Leonard Samuels: I don’t qualify that as fraud or corruption.

Laura Loomer: You don’t qualify the destruction of legitimate ballots as fraud or corruption?

Leanard Samuels: It was way, way after the election. Debbie Wasserman Schultz won that election.

Laura Loomer: You don’t not think that is fraud? And you’re a lawyer for the Democrat Party?

This was an excellent interview by Laura Loomer!

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