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Wed Mar 17, 2021, 04:12 PM

Remember the south FL "Shadow Candidate" for Congress? Raid conducted at home of fmr Repub st. sen.

Police cars revolving lightBreaking: search warrant raid right now at home of resigned #Florida Sen. Frank Artiles re shill candidate he planted, Alex Rodriguez.
re: scheme to dupe voters/manipulate a Nov 2020 FL senate election.
Much to come...

Background https://bit.ly/386eacT


Ex-Sen. Frank Artiles’ home raided in shill candidate investigation
search warrant was executed Wednesday morning at the home of former Florida Sen. Frank Artiles as part of the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office’s investigation into whether he illegally funded a planted candidate in the November election.

Sources say the warrant involves the search of his electronics, including his cell phone and computer, and a safe in the Palmetto Bay house might also be included.

Investigators are looking for evidence of Artiles’ possible communication with Alex Rodriguez, a shill candidate in the District 37 Florida Senate race, and whether there is evidence Artiles illegally funded a sham candidacy.


Prosecutors have been following the money and communications between Artiles and Alex Rodriguez. Artiles resigned his state Senate seat in 2017 after using a racial slur among colleagues and amid reports that a former Hooters calendar girl and a Playboy model with no political experience were hired as “consultants.”

Evidence suggests several state Senate candidates were plants funded by dark money
Why would candidates for Florida Senate seats do no campaigning, no fundraising, have no issue platforms, nor make any effort to get votes?

Local 10 News has found evidence to suggest three such candidates in three Florida Senate district races, two of them in Miami Dade County, were shill candidates whose presence in the races were meant to syphon votes from Democratic candidates.

Comparisons of the no-party candidates' public campaign records show similarities and connections that suggest they are all linked by funding from the same dark money donors, and part of an elaborate scheme to upset voting patterns.

In one of those races, District 37, a recount is underway because the spread between the Democratic and Republican candidates is only 31 votes. The third party candidate received more than 6300 votes.

That third party candidate is Alexis Rodriguez, who has the same last name as the Democratic incumbent senator Jose Javier Rodriguez. The Republican challenger is Ileana Garcia.

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malaise Mar 2021 #1
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Wed Mar 17, 2021, 04:23 PM

1. Get thee to the greatest page to expose

the real voter fraud

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Response to malaise (Reply #1)

Wed Mar 17, 2021, 05:18 PM

2. It's always republicans doing the cheating! Always.

Probably one out of 1,000 voter problems is a democrat, but the other 999 are republican cheats.

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