Short answer is no
Long answer is that Anonymous is, by and large, individual trolls claiming to be part of a huge faceless group. On occasion, there is a single,
unified body called Anonymous; these occasions occur when the individuals who think of themselves as Anonymous all have the same aim. The Scientology
protests and Wikileaks are examples of those rare occasions which have made the public think that Anonymous is a political organization.
The fact is that Anonymous is not an organization, but the truest expression of techno-anarchy possible. Most of those who know Anonymous only through
Wikileaks and Scientology are unaware of their prior work, which includes such highly political actions as "Milhouse Is Not A Meme" and "Boxxy-chan",
not to mention the raids on Habbo Hotel to create swastikas with black-skinned avatars just to tick people off.
What I am driving towards here is this: the idea that the body of Anonymous could be mobilized in order to perpetrate a Reichstag Fire level of false
flag is even more absurd than the already absurd idea that more than perhaps a dozen "members" of Anonymous would unify for the sort of political
action that bombing and arresting the US government would constitute.
It's just not a feasible action for a group that is only a group in the loosest of senses and at the strangest of times.
As for throwing the election -- only people already afraid of the Obama government, or other small sets of fringe voters who buy into Anonymous
youtube videos, are even going to be effected by this video. Those in that first group will already be voting against him, and those in the latter
group are not large enough to effect the outcome of the election on their own.
edit on 24-10-2012 by Solasis because: forgot details