Registered Republican Derek Chauvin Illegally Voted in 2016 and 2018
No one could have imagined the impact his actions would have on the United States when Derek Chauvin refused to take his knee off George Floyd’s neck. The effects, which have already have been seen, may not be quantified for many years.
And while the Minneapolis Police Officer is currently facing charges of 2nd degree murder, that is not the only crime his is currently accused of. According to a Florida Supervisor of Elections candidate, Chauvin illegally voted in the state in 2016 and 2018.
Dan Helm, who is running for that office in Orlando, Florida, recently tweeted, “The Cop who killed George Floyd in Minnesota Derek Chauvin – Registered Republican Voted Illegally in Florida in 2016 and 2018 in Orange County. Third Degree Felony- Fla. Stat. §104.011. Let’s hold people accountable for breaking the law.”
The Cop who killed George Floyd in Minnesota
Derek Chauvin – Registered Republican
Voted Illegally in Florida in 2016 and 2018 in Orange County
Third Degree Felony- Fla. Stat. §104.011
Let's hold people accountable for breaking the law – https://t.co/1bv5fyRJTR
— VoteDanHelm (@VoteDanHelm) June 5, 2020
Helm also penned a letter to Aramis Ayala from the Orange County State Attorney’s Office. “I write to inform you that, Derek Chauvin, the police officer who killed George Floyd in Minnesota, vote in Orange Country Florida in 2016 and 2018 as a registered Republican.”
The lawyer continued:
“I discovered this information in the voter file, which is a public record. While living in Minnesota, working there, paying taxes there, Derek Chauvin cannot claim residency in Orange County. His home, residency, and where he intends to live is Minnesota, not Florida. This is a violation of our election laws. I encourage to hold people accountable for their actions, especially breaking laws of the state.”
You can read Helm’s entire letter below:
Just in: That Minneapolis cop illegally voted in Florida elections in 2016 and 2018, a third degree felony. He has more charges coming to him. pic.twitter.com/xyObOMsprw
— Danny Rivero (@TooMuchMe) June 5, 2020