Listen: Rick Scott, Florida, Georgia discussed on Don Talk
"I mean, I even got a little concerned and here in the state of Georgia. You can go to the secretary of state's website and actually put in your information, and there's a link to look up your absentee ballot status, and it will give you the information. That shows when when they mailed it out to you. Actually, I think it shows when they received your request for one when they mailed it out to you when they received it back from you and the status as in was it, okay in mine was accepted my youngest son. He's the one that actually reminded me that you could do that his was accepted. I don't know about. I'm pretty sure my daughter's was too because I mean, we did them all at the same time. But that seems to be the sticking point for a lot of this is I mean, we we've got ballots that have been discovered in boxes that were just stashed in closets in school systems that were used as voting precincts. So it's. It's something else. I'm telling you now in Florida. We keep in mind. What happened in Florida in two thousand the hanging Chad that state is the reason why we wound up I think it had to go all the way to the supreme court if I remember correctly. I mean that was eighteen years ago and that made the decision to put George W Bush in the White House. Instead of. Hale forgot his name, Al Gore. So Florida's already has a level of notoriety when it comes to voting. And of course, there we we had the governor. And we've got a Senate race. So the the Florida secretary state has ordered recounts they did this on Saturday for the Senate race where you had governor. Rick, scott. Was going against incumbent Senator Bill Nelson, which I always thought that was so Rick Scott is no longer governor. Yes, he served his two terms or whatever. And so he decided it would be cool to be a Senator. And he ran against the democratic incumbent Bill Nelson. Rig Scott, apparently holed, a twelve point five six two. Vote. No twelve thousand five hundred sixty two votes or point one five percent lead. One of these days. I learned to read. And we've got Ron Disentis. And Andrew gillum mayor Andrew gillum so Disentis was leading the mayor by fewer than thirty thousand votes with a margin of point four one percent. This was according to the Florida division of elections and the recount has to be completed by three PM Thursday. Now, that's important. I'll come back to that. That is important. Course now Scott being Republican, and I'm not just trying to today on Republicans. It's just it's think about it. It's because and I'm not saying the Democrats would be any better. We're going to get to that. When it comes to Georgia. But it's because they're they're guy. In this. Particular instance, Rick Scott. Holds a lead. And of course there. They're accusing election officials in the democratic strongholds of Broward in Palm Beach counties of rampant fraud. And they've asked the Florida Department of law enforcement to investigate. End today. Scott called Nelson a sore. Loser. And accused him of trying to steal the election. Trump. Of course, dear leader has weighed in is called for Scott and descent to be declared the winners today in a tweet that he did today Monday. Because he's now arguing that an honest vote count is no longer possible. Because the ballots are massively infected. Now back to what I said the recount must be completed by three PM Thursday. Earlier today the election overseer in Florida said that Palm Beach county's machine recount will not cannot apparently is just not possible to be finished by the Thursday deadline. And then let's move on over to to Georgia. Where we have. The governor's race. We have the former secretary of state Brian kill. Running on the Republican ticket. And we have. A former think she was minority leader Stacey Abrams. I don't wanna slide her any. But I honestly I can't remember off top my head. And then we had a libertarian. That was running for governor. And it came down to where Brian Kim has fifty point three percent of the vote. And Stacey has forty eight point seven believe is the number. Now here in Georgia.."