Originally posted by FugitiveSoul
reply to post by Furbs
What multiple acts of urgency? A single leak was plugged, but not before the puddle was seen. If they had results last night that were legit, why
not keep them up, making changes as more info poured in?
Why, after more than 15 hours are there still no results if they had info last night?
Sorry, but I'm not buying it.
Dead people casting votes, people voting multiple times, voters having their ballots cast before they ever actually get to the polls, and often times
out of district, and sworn testimony about electronic voter fraud. You can call it an error. I'll place this leak in the column under "political
edit on 11-2-2012 by FugitiveSoul because: (no reason given)
Multiple Acts of Urgency that would have needed to happen for Google to be involved in a conspiracy to produce an election results page.
1. An entity would have to have the idea.
2. Someone would have to create the data.
3. Someone would have to give the data to Google.
4. Someone at Google would have to import the data.
This is simplest list of things that would HAVE to happen, and it is still 4 steps.
Nothing in this list involves dead people voting, or any other type of fraud. This is simply about whether or not GOOGLE had anything to do with
fraudulent voting outcomes.
Evidence that fraud exists in elections is not evidence that this was fraud.