posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 10:57 PM
Originally posted by FugitiveSoul
Google posting results at 600/600 then quickly going back to 0/600 is kinda proof that they're just throwing out stats for the masses to gobble up.
Like another poster said, we'll see tomorrow how close the two results are.
This is not proof. It is a piece of evidence. It proves nothing. We know that something happened at Google and that for some reason Google posted
600/600 precincts counted when clearly none of them have been counted. But do you really think that, if they have so intelligently rigged the system
in advance for hundreds of years now, that they (whoever they are) would make a silly mistake like posting the results early? It is much, much, much
more likely that somebody at Google, clearly preparing for tomorrow, made a mistake. Maine has over a million people, the "skewed results" would
make no sense because it is supposed to be reporting all voters and there are only 8000 votes counted. Out of 1 million, they can't expect us to
believe that only 8000 voted... that is just ridiculous. I think, personally, that this is probably being blown out of proportion.
That is not to say I don't think voter fraud is possible... in fact, I think it happens. It's just, seriously? If they really wanted to pick our
leaders completely in advance, do you really think they would choose Mitt Romney, Ron Paul, Newt Gingrich, and Rick Santorum? It's BS. And, if they
had chosen Obama - why? There were plenty of other capable and more likely to be controlled candidates, established candidates like John McCain would
have made much more sense because he is ingrained in the system and HAS to play by its rules. In the end, Americans just suck at choosing
politicians... they work with what they have, they manipulate us into choosing the best candidate for them, but, I don't think that the election
results have been decided well in advance of the elections.