Florida Town Council Election Overturned As Judge Rules Votes Were Illegally Cast [VIDEO]

Overturning election results is possible!

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EATONVILLE, FL – Although it has been over 19 months since Tarus Mack was able to allegedly beat Marlin Daniels to win the Eatonville Town Council election, there were rumors of voter fraud and election tampering just like in the 2020 Presidential election.

While the media refrains from reporting on anything that deals with election fraud of any kind, it should be noted that a judge presiding over the case in Eatonville found that votes were illegally obtained and cast. Overturning the election results, the judge ordered that Mack be stripped of his position. 

Excited about the news that his lawsuit prevailed and was able to shine a light on the reality of election fraud in America, Daniels said, “I was very ecstatic. Immediately I said, ‘Let’s get to work.’ We have to fix things that have been going wrong in this historic town and make things right, not for me, but for the people.”

Before the results were overturned, the election showed Mack winning by only one vote. The total was 269-268.

While the video above shows how the voter fraud took place and the parties involved, shortly after the judge’s ruling, Mack filed his own motion requesting a new trial as he believed he not only won the election fairly but was entitled to the Eatonville Town Council seat. 

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This piece was written by Jeremy Porter on December 7, 2021. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com and is used by permission.

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