What is it about Broward County, Florida that brings this suburban Miami area into the news so often.
Reviewing a list of nationally known terror events from 9-11 through the present voting fraud allegations suggests that the county is a breeding ground for perception-changing events.
- Nicolas Cruz: The Parkland high school shooter.
- Cesar Sayoc: The recent mail bomber
- Jose Padilla: Indicted on charges of conspiring to commit terrorist acts with a dirty bomb in support of al-Qaida.
- Raees Alam Qazi and Sheheryar Alam Qazi: Brothers convicted of planning to launch an attack on New York City in support of al-Qaida.
- Mohamed Atta and Marwan al-Shehhi: 9-11 suicide hijackers had flight training in Broward County.
- James Gonzalo Medina: Confessed to planning to bomb a Broward County synagogue during Passover in 2016.
Now the county is the hotbed for alleged voter fraud with Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes in the middle of a disastrous midterm handling of ballots.
Broward County has had two prominent leaders during most of the time cited above with the list of events. Democratic House member Debbie Wasserman Schultz and County Sheriff Scott Israel.
Wasserman Schultz was also the former chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee in 2016 and was forced to resign after emails showed she rigged the Democratic nominating for Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders.
Israel early this year overwhelmingly lost a no-confidence vote set up by the county’s deputies over his handling of the Parkland high school shooting. A billboard was put up by the deputies saying: “There is no confidence in Sheriff Israel”. The deputies have also petitioned Governor Rick Scott to replace Israel.
I just find that the concentration of perception changing events that have national ramifications from 9-11 through mass shooters and bombers all coming out of this south Florida county just to the north of Miami.
The stench that emanates out of this Democratic controlled county should be the subject of a Department of Justice probe from top to bottom to get a better understanding of what is actually going on down in Fort Lauderdale.