Excuse us? This is pretty inappropriate talk from the ‘impartial’ Palm Beach Supervisor of Elections [video]
Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections Susan Bucher isn’t a big fan of Republicans like Marco Rubio and Rick Scott trying to hold election officials accountable for their abominable handling of ballots:
JUST IN: Facing criticism from Pres. Trump, Sen. Rubio, Gov. Scott and other Republicans, Palm Beach Co. supervisor of elections says it's “unfortunate” that they “are trying to disrupt our democracy because they don’t like the demographics of our voters.” https://t.co/XgxNvfogar pic.twitter.com/CKFLNNseOa
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) November 9, 2018
We see what you did there, Susan.
You go, Girl! Truth to power!
— leslie woods (@law638) November 9, 2018
Oh, is that what they’re calling it now? Because to us, it sounds a lot more like pretty overt bias on Bucher’s part.
WOOF WOOF WOOF https://t.co/f7e9PaXc2r
— Trash Takes Watchdog (@TrashTakesDog) November 9, 2018
Bucher’s take is trash, all right.
— zee1Nonly (@NonlyZee1) November 9, 2018
She made it a race issue and not that she is incompetent. 😂😂😂
— #SaveCanadianDemocracy❌ (@SellOutCanada) November 9, 2018
There’s a pretty strong case to be made that she’s incompetent. That she’s impartial? Not so much.
Amazing that an ostensibly impartial election supervisor would take this partisan angle. Almost like she isn't impartial to begin with. https://t.co/LqNtI30aDp
— Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) November 9, 2018
How can a supposedly impartial election official come out and say such a partisan thing?
— Pol “Beto” Pot (@ChristoChammas) November 9, 2018
How can an “impartial” election supervisor talk like this?
— Jobs Not Bombs (@JacobMarsee) November 9, 2018
So much for impartiality
— H (@RoseHazel12) November 9, 2018