Bloomberg is spending $100 million dollars to influence felons’ vote.
House Judiciary Committee member Matt Gaetz (R-FL) states that the Florida Attorney General has began a probe into what Bloomberg is doing to influence the elections.
There may even be a criminal investigation already underway.
Law enforcement all over the country should be looking for the cheating Democrats are going to try in this election. pic.twitter.com/S5K5gl8lYt
— Rep. Matt Gaetz (@RepMattGaetz) September 23, 2020
According to the Daily Mail, billionaire Mike Bloomberg has paid $20 million in debt for more than 31,000 convicted felons in Florida so they can vote this November. Allegedly, Bloomberg is worth $50 billion. He has raised more than $20 million to pay off these felons’ fines, court fees and restitutions for felons. This includes other donors like:
Ben & Jerry’s,
Levi Strauss & Company
These donors are not essential to America’s way of life. They are trying to influence an election against the will of “We the People”.
BLOOMBERG has pledged $100 MILLION to help Joe Biden win Florida.
Bloomberg’s move comes after Florida Gov DeSantis won a victory in court to keep felons from voting until they paid off fines, restitutions court fees.
Gaetz said that he had already contacted Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody, a Republican, to urge her to investigate whether the scheme violates Florida law.
‘[Under Florida law] it’s a third-degree felony for someone to either directly or indirectly provide something of value to impact whether or not someone votes,’ Gaetz explained. ‘So the question is whether or not paying off someone’s fines and legal obligations counts as something of value, and it clearly does.’
Under Florida Law “The 2019 Florida Statutes” Section 104.061 “Corruptly influencing Voting” it states:
Gaetz was speaking to Fox News and he said:
“[Under Florida law] it’s a third-degree felony for someone to either directly or indirectly provide something of value to impact whether or not someone votes,” Gaetz explained. “So the question is whether or not paying off someone’s fines and legal obligations counts as something of value, and it clearly does.
“If Michael Bloomberg was offering to pay off people’s credit card debt,” Gaetz added, “you would obviously see the value in that.
“[W]hen you improve someone’s net worth by eliminating their financial liabilities, that’s something of value,” he went on. “Normally, it would be very difficult to prove that that was directly linked to impacting whether or not someone was going to vote. But they literally wrote their own admission.”