The Hill reports:
Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) said on Sunday that his opponent in the state’s Senate race, incumbent Sen. Bill Nelson (D), is “clearing trying to commit fraud to win this election.”
“That’s all this is,” Scott said on “Fox News Sunday.” “His lawyer said that a noncitizen should vote. That’s one,” Scott explained.
“Number two, he’s gone to trial and said that fraudulent ballots should be counted,” he added. “Ballots have already been thrown out because they were not done properly. He said those should be counted.”
— FoxNewsSunday (@FoxNewsSunday) November 11, 2018