Reported By Kara Pendleton | November 12, 2018 at 3:38am
While “all eyes” are on Florida amidst accusations of potential election fraud, there may have been something fishy going on in St. Clair County, Illinois. According to The Gateway Pundit, this would not be the first time something like this has happened, either.
Peggy A. Hubbard posted a multi-tweet thread explaining what happened in the 2018 midterm elections, noting that she was an election judge. She began describing some of what she witnessed as she watched the polling station.
But that wasn’t all she saw.
Not only is it shocking that anyone would allow this, but it’s also shocking that someone would get in such a state before then going to vote.
Hubbard noted that she also caught a city council member just feet away doing no good. But it was Hubbard taking flack.
She also elaborated further on how she put a stop to what she witnessed. It appears that these actions may have led to the complaints filed against her and her removal as an election judge being sought.
Hubbard has also posted about other problems with the election in her state. These are from 2016.
Hubbard is no stranger to standing up for what she believes in or in being attacked for it. In 2015, she “compared the black community’s reaction to the shooting of Mansur Ball-Bey in North St. Louis outside a crack house with the shooting death of 9 year-old Jamyla Bolden in Ferguson,” according to The Gateway Pundit.
Her video rant went viral. And the typical name-calling ensued, including her being referred to as an “Uncle Tom.”
Service isn’t new to Hubbard, either. She is a veteran who served aboard the USS SAMUEL GOMPERS AD-37.
Hubbard’s Twitter feed is filled with hard-hitting posts about the left and Democrat shenanigans. She has no problem speaking out against the “Democrat Plantation” and “Black Lives Matter,” contrary to what blacks in America are expected to do.
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