Antonacci’s investigative team turned over evidence that lead to the arrest of 20 individuals in Florida connected to voter fraud
Florida Election Crimes Chief Dies, Issued Dire Warning Weeks Before Death
Jacob Engels with The Gateway Pundit reports:
The man who Florida Governor Ron DeSantis appointed in June of this year to be the Director of the Office of Election Crimes and Security, unexpectedly passed away as a result of a heart attack, according to news reports.
Peter Antonacci, who had served several previous Republican administrations, including advising former Florida Governor Rick Scott and serving as the Deputy Attorney General, had a long history of public service. Most Gateway Pundit readers likely first remember hearing of Antonacci when he was appointed to replace corrupt Democrat Broward Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes, after she tried to steal the gubernatorial election for Democrat nominee Andrew Gillum during a state mandated recount during the 2018 elections.
After his appointment as Broward Supervisor of Elections, Antonacci ran several clean elections in Broward County, which hadn’t seen an honest vote count in decades. Years later, Mr. Antonacci was tapped by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to be the Director of the Office of Election Crimes and Security, a newly created post that was funded with over $1million from the state legislature to combat election and voter fraud in the state of Florida.
DeSantis’ bold move to address the lack of integrity in our elections has already resulted in dozens of arrests under Antonacci’s lead.
Before his passing, longtime Trump advisor and confidante Roger Stone wrote several op-eds detailing the issues that should draw the attention of Antonacci’s office, highlighting the problems with voter registration and the Department of Motor Vehicles and mail in ballots.
In an interview following Stone and others addressing the problems that still exist with voter registration at the DMV and mail-in-ballots in Florida, Antonacci gave an interview to independent journalist and anti-lockdown activist Chris Nelson, which is believed to be his last on camera interview before his passing.
This interview was just over a month after Antonacci’s investigative team turned over evidence that lead to the arrest of 20 individuals in Florida connected to voter fraud. DeSantis’ smart choice to create an office of Election Crimes and Security was already bearing fruit heading into the 2022 mid-term general elections and Antonacci likely had dozens more investigations in progress currently.