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We voted you in Victor.  Now it's time to see you defund the police and support the black lives of Miami Springs.  Black Lives Matter.  


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SanchoPanza
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Again a Soros backed Democrats gets elected because of "mail-in-ballots".

The stench of voter fraud is very strong.   Like the "ex- student" who moved out of town and was complaining to Mrs Doyle about the republican candidate.  In how many states can you vote?


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Anonymous
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You must be kidding, right?  Voter fraud?  Vincent Medel was slaughtered.  Sure, there's a long history of mail in voter fraud, especially from the vote consolidators that would solicit Fair Havens.  But that only comes to play in tight elections.  How do you explain voter fraud when Vincent was killed with in person voting.  

Vincent, just because Miami Springs voters LOVE Donald Trump, it doesn't mean that they loved you.  

Victor might be a closet BLM supporter, but he's actually a very nice and intelligent man.  In addition to that, Victor worked harder.  His team went door to door and he networked better than Vincent.

He who works harder usually wins.


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SanchoPanza
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The Mail-In ballot discrepancy is way to large to ignore and it begs to be looked into and those ballots validated.

The demographics in Miami Springs have changed and there is a Republican majority;  while I agree that the Vazquez campaign was more active, it still stinks of rotten fish.


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SanchoPanza
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Missouri has the right idea.

S.B. 66, the more contentious bill of the two, initially contained a proposal giving immunity to individuals who run over protesters, effectively granting the “stand your ground” defense to vehicles. But that plan has since been removed.

The parts that remain include an amendment to the current law that would punish individual protesters who block traffic with a misdemeanor charge, while those who join an unlawful assembly face felony charges on the same level as rioting.


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