Boy has the tables turned on RINO Richard Denapoli who was discovered to to have committed Mail-in-Voter Fraud recently in the State of Florida. The article below states that the FBI is looking into an additional investigation against Denapoli since Federal Candidates were on the ballot that year. Looks like Michael Rares “South Florida First” benefactor just got popped for a possible felony charge in Federal Court if the FBI continues to investigate in our opinion!

The Chairman of the Grievance Committee for the Republican Party of Florida (RPOF) and current State Committeeman for Broward County, Richard Lee DeNapoli, may have committed felony voter fraud after he allegedly voted twice in two different Florida counties during the 2014 midterm election – an election in which he was a candidate for Florida State Representative, District 74 in Sarasota county.

The Floridian commenced an investigation into Mr. DeNapoli’s voting history after receiving a tip from a protected source. In the course of that investigation, evidence was uncovered that he voted by mail in Sarasota and Broward counties in both the 2014 primary and general elections. Our evidence was quickly turned over to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) for their review.

The FDLE opened a case concerning Mr. DeNapoli, and according to a letter obtained by The Floridian regarding Case # MI-73-2325, Mr. DeNapoli appears to have escaped prosecution for voting twice in an election due to the expiration of the statute of limitations.

In the letter, FDLE Special Agent Kenneth Haberland “confirmed with the law enforcement agency’s Regional Legal Advisor, Jackie Boswell,  that “the statute of limitation had expired” and that the agency would not pursue criminal charges against Mr. DeNapoli.

In addition, Broward County Assistant State Attorney (ASA) Chris Killoran, who is the Supervisor of the Public Corruption Unit and was contacted by SA Haberland,  initially said that the statute of limitations had expired.

Once the FDLE concluded their inquiry in the case and had the report approved for public records, the legal department within the agency released the letter to The Floridian.

Florida Statute 104.18  “Casting more than one ballot at any election” states—Except as provided in s. 101.6952, whoever willfully votes more than one ballot at any election commits a felony of the third degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084.

Anyone arrested and convicted of violating FL Statute 104.18 in an election could face a prison term of up to five years and/or a fine of $5,000.

The newly found evidence and documents of potential voter fraud come on the heels of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signing the controversial SB 90 voter integrity bill into law, and former President Donald Trump alleging mass felony voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election.

President Trump’s assertion that felony voter fraud was committed is centered around the same vote-by-mail method of voting DeNapoli appears to have partaken in when he allegedly voted by mail twice in Sarasota County and twice in Broward County during the 2014 election cycle.

When he signed the bill into law, Gov. DeSantis highlighted many features of the measure, including voter ID regulation for voting by mail, creating limits on who can pick up and return a voter’s ballot, and banning private funding for elections.

“Florida, your vote counts, your vote is going to be cast with integrity and transparency and this is a great place for democracy,” said DeSantis upon signing the bill into law.

During the 2018 election cycle, DeNapoli tried to become a self-proclaimed champion for voter integrity.

In official public records obtained from the Sarasota County Supervisor of Elections, DeNapoli “voted by mail” in the both Republican primary and general elections in 2014. That same election cycle, DeNapoli was a candidate for Florida House Representatives in Sarasota’s 74th district and was crushed in the primary by former State Rep. Julio Gonzalez.

The Floridian also obtained DeNapoli’s official voting history records from the Broward County Supervisor of Elections, where his voting record was also clear. According to those records, DeNapoli also voted by mail in Broward county in both the Republican primary and general elections, despite appearing to already having cast his ballots in Sarasota county.

Official SOE Records: Broward County and Sarasota County

DeNapoli’s former wife, who in court documents has accused DeNapoli of “withholding” court-ordered child support, alimony, and other agreed-upon items in a divorce arrangement, also voted four times in those same two elections.

Representatives from both the Sarasota and Broward Supervisors of Elections confirmed that they can only access their respective county’s election records and that DeNapoli’s voter information, including his voting history and method of voting, are accurate in both counties. They added that all the ballots of the 2014 election have been destroyed per Florida Statute.

But while the FDLE has closed out this case, the Department of Justice could be up to bat next. During the two elections in which DeNapoli allegedly committed voter fraud, federal candidates were also on all of the ballots in question. When felony voter fraud is committed in elections with candidates for federal office, it becomes a federal crime. For this reason, the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) is said to be looking into the felony voter fraud matter.

But this is not the first time DeNapoli’s election integrity has been brought into question. According to the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections, in a sworn statement, DeNapoli stated that he lived in Palm Beach County when he applied to run for a county commission seat in 2006.

DeNapoli’s Homestead Exemption has always been attached to the Hollywood home he inherited from his grandparents, and then was moved to his home in Venice, Florida for the couple of years he lived there.

By his own admission in an email obtained by The Floridian, DeNapoli admits that he used his “girlfriends place” in that sworn affidavit for his candidacy for county commissioner.

Lying on State Documents and Committing Stolen Valor?

On June 24, 2007, DeNapoli filled out and had notarized an application for a gubernatorial appointment to the Florida Legislative Committee on Intergovernmental Affairs for the Crist gubernatorial transition office, and may have committed what many individuals call “Stolen Valor.”

In the application, DeNapoli not only doesn’t state the Palm Beach County address he said he lived at when he ran for the county commission, but he listed that he was honorably discharge from the military, when in fact he only received an “Entry Level Separation” and not an ‘Honorable” separation or discharge.

According to a letter written by the Department of the Navy that DeNapoli obtained and disseminated in a campaign mailer when he ran for office in Sarasota, DeNapoli only served “active duty training” from January 19, 2003, to February 10, 2003, and did not receive an “Honorable” discharge and was “disenrolled.”

Here is the question asked on the questionnaire about military service:

Here is where applicants are told to list the last five places of residence:

“You were disenrolled from the program on February 25, 2003, as an entry level separation. Individuals separated for this reason do not receive a discharge certificate or character of service,” reads the letter. “The DD Form 214 is prepared only upon release or discharge from active duty, initial tour of active duty for training or for periods of active duty for training of 90 days or more. Since you did not serve on active duty while a member of the Marine Corps Reserve, other than active duty for training, you are not entitled to a DD Form 214.”

Per the letter, DeNapoli did not receive an “Honorable” discharge as he stated in the application. In addition, a new public records request has been made for a 2020 application for a gubernatorial appointment DeNapoli submitted to the DeSantis administration.

This application is said to be submitted for a position in the  South Florida Water Management District and is currently being reviewed for release to comply with the public records request. The application could also show that DeNapoli also stated that he received an “Honorable” discharge in 2003.

According to the aforementioned FDLE Legal Advisor, this newly filed application could be actionable (second allegation mentioned in the FDLE letter), if DeNapoli stated that he received an “Honorable” discharge again.

Mr. DeNapoli could not be reached for comment.

A Broward County-centric grassroots organization by the name of Floridians First has also just filled a “Recall RINO Richard DeNapoli” campaign in hopes to have him removed from his position as state committeeman.

RINO Recall Petition to Remove Denapoli

Republican State Committeeman Richard “Dick” Denapoli took in large amount of cash reimbursements as shown in the Broward County Supervisor of Elections website, but his opponents question the integrity demanding proof in the form of receipts for mailers and robocalls.

Looks like in this Supervisor of Elections (SOE) filed expense report the Broward County Republican State Committeeman only donated $100 but, reimbursed himself close to $7,985.96 in expenses. Mr. Denapoli is a millionaire who spent around $80,000 to obtain Republican votes to get elected to the State Committeeman position that does NOT pay a salary. The Volunteer position is for those who have a sense of giving back to the community politically through their good will. Many in the MAGA community are rumored to be upset after hearing the Mr. Denapoli spent large amounts of their own wealth to obtain a prestigious seat such as State Committeeman. These same people become quite emotionally upset finding out that the report filed as presented above that Mr. Denapoli requests reimbursements for traveling and self promotion. This is just another piece of information that stacks up against Denapoli’s character in our opinion.

One of Richard Denapoli’s “mailers” specifically states that its a NO COST platform! If his mailers are free why is Richard Denapoli taking $$$$ from the Republican Party for mailers? These are questions that need to be answered immediately. BREC should be asking these questions especially BREC’s Treasurer who is a staunch Richard Denapoli supporter. Please see the bottom of the mailer depicted below. If you want to view the whole mailer please click here! Who will stand up to Denapoli and call him on the carpet??? It is time that the members of BREC call Denapoli out and remove him for violating his Republican Loyalty Oath if this below is proven to be true in our opinion. These are unanswered questions that demand a response.

It is well known that as the Elected State Committeeman the job entitles assisting candidates and the local Republicans’ Executive Committee. At the time of filing this report it is unknown if DeNapoli has has ever raised funds for the local GOP to assist local candidates. It is known that Denapoli along with his Republican State Committeewoman Michelle Merrill raised a large amount of cash by booking and paying a speaker fee to have General Flynn speak for a military charity. You can read the whole story on that here where two (2) sitting U.S. Florida Congressmen walked away from the event when they initially were informed that the Broward Republican Executive Committee (BREC) was hosting the event. They were informed via Drain Broward Swamp (DBS) that the event was actually being hosted by a FOR-PROFIT Corporation.

Richard with long time

The Article reported as follows:

“According to a source very close to one of the congressmen, the congressman in question was under the impression that this was a fundraiser for veterans put on by the questionable Broward County Republican Executive Committee (BREC) because Michelle Merrell, the group’s state committeewoman allegedly misrepresented herself when she pitched the event to him.

This event is not sanctioned by the Broward Republican Party, rather it’s put together by a fly-by-night Florida corporation— South Florida Conservative Coalition, LLc —that was set up by Merrell less than two months ago. But in looking at the fundraising email promoting the event, one would think that it was fully sanctioned by the local Republican Party. Who wouldn’t think that this was an official Broward GOP event?”

In our opinion we question whether DeNapoli with a history of being a long time Democrat actually has the best interest of the Republican Party in Broward County and that of the whole state of Florida. The reimbursements as reported above is just an additional weight of evidence against the character of Mr. Denapoli. We further believe that this elected official in his capacity as a Republican in the leadership of the Republican Party of Florida (RPOF) should be doing more to push the agenda of President Trump instead of secretly blocking strong conservative voices and policies in the MAGA community. This has been confirmed by unnamed sources but here at DBS must advise that this piece of information is rumored and we are promised that evidence will later be provided so take the following with a grain of thought; that because Richard Denapoli refused to sign off on a request for a Broward County Trump Club formation the group requesting was denied. That the denial was sent to the potential club founder from then BREC Chairman George Moraitis on his law firm letterhead. The letter allegedly contained that due to one of the two attorneys not signing off the Trump club request to form a Republican group is denied. Out of the two attorneys at the time referenced in the letter on of them signed and the second attorney that refused to sign off was no other than our current Republican State Committeeman Richard “Dick” Denapoli. Again, This was provided by an unnamed source that has intimate knowledge of the event thus give it the weight that it deserves in your evaluation of Richard Denapoli. We here try to be as accurate as possible.

Lastly, Mr Denapoli’s supporters at the “South Florida First” political activist group have posted stories on their webpage promoting Denapoli’s political BREC positions and posting articles attacking Tom Powers the current BREC chair. It is important to note that the BREC Treasurer Charles Solak and Republican State Committeewoman Michelle Merrill filed a Republican Party grievance against Tom Powers for frivlous offenses. Both are part of the Richard Denapoli support group. More importantly, these two grievances’ go the the committee that Richard Denapoli chairs for the RPOF. In our opinion this smells to high heaven. Looking at South Florida First as recently as last night it seems these two specific support stories have been scrubbed from their website. The website of South Florida First is managed and run by Mr. Michael Rares a self-confessed QAnon enthusiast. Michael Rares admits to having multiple lengthy conversations with Richard Denapoli all the while the news section of South Florida First posts pro-Richard Denapoli articles. One of those posts was a direct mailer that was a mass email sent out and paid for by Richard DeNapoli, Broward Republican State Committeeman. According to Wikipedia, “QAnon is a disproven far-right conspiracy theory alleging that a cabal of Satanic, cannibalistic pedophiles operate a global child sex trafficking ring and conspired against former President Donald Trump during his term in office. QAnon has been described as a cult.”

Drain Broward Swamp does not know why “South Florida First” took down the pro-Denapoli news articles but, we all pray that this newly formed political group see the light that RINO Denapoli is a swamp creature in the Broward County political swamp that needs to GO!

-Drain Broward Swamp-

DBS does not know why South Florida First took the pro-Denapoli news articles down but, we all pray that this newly formed group see’s the light that Denapoli is a swamp creature in the Broward County political swamp that needs to go. Sources inside the Ron DeSantis for Governor campaign have made it known that Richard Denapoli is one of the greatest blocks in Broward County for Republican support. There is an estimated 250,000 Republican voters in Broward County. BREC under Richard Denapoli and George Moraitis brag that they turned out in 2020 Trump Presidential election an estimated 34% of the Republican vote. DBS asks what happed to the majority (66%) of the 250,000 republican Votes.

BREC Leadership With Denapoli to the left of Treasurer Charles Solak