Originally posted by FlyersFan
MY gut tells me it is impossible to stop election fraud.
I agree with you. Funny .. the left wingers here were having a melt down because, supposedly, a family member of Romneys had a financial stake in the voting machines that were used. But the truth is that the fraud will most likely be by those who COUNT the votes. Having a foreign entity count votes is insane. But then again .. this country has gone insane .. literally insane and suicidal .. so I don't doubt fraud for one minute.
Originally posted by MDDoxs
reply to post by Stormdancer777
I will be more concise in my posting in your threads hence forth to avoid you wrathful gaze
Originally posted by Danbones
timely on topic post SD
ever since the vote fraud convictions in OHIO in the bush years where it was proven the elections were rigged it should be evident we are not in Kansas any more...to those ( very few) that are actually paying attention...
have a good one
In Florida: Obama Got Over 99% in Broward County Precincts
President Obama must have run the greatest campaign in the history of campaigns (and he's been telling us he did too). First he got over 99% of the vote in places where GOP inspectors were kicked out in Pennsylvania, then he got 100% of the vote in 21 districts in Cleveland. Now he's done it again!
Down in Broward County, Florida, Mr. Obama came away with more votes than he garnered in 2008, a particularly staggering accomplishment considering he received fewer state-wide totals in both Florida and across the country.
How exactly did he accomplish this? Well, in part thanks to Broward County Precincts L024 to L029 (though I'm sure it's all a coincidence that this happened to precincts all in order).
In those precincts combined, all in order, Mr. Obama won over 99% of the vote, defeating Mitt Romney 5,392 to... 54. Golly, how lucky! This especially impressive because in precincts L019-L022 (L023 doesn't exist) Mr. Romney did over 14 times better than in L024-L029, and the precinct after, did 30 times better.
Originally posted by stirling
The election machines that were used in florida were also used in another election fixing scandal........
Just prior to the florida election......
The company that owned and operated the machines is mobbed up......
they also create shell companies which simply use the same equipment....
BREAKING: St. Lucie County, Florida Had 141.1% Turnout; Obama Won County
Out of 175,554 registered voters, 247,713 vote cards were cast in St. Lucie County, Florida on Tuesday. Barack Obama won the county.
When faced with the astronomical figures, Gertrude Walker, Supervisor of Elections for St. Lucie County, said she had no idea why turnout was so incredibly high. She was flabbergasted, saying, "We've never seen that here.
Coincidentally (or not), St. Lucie County is also in Allen West's district, where 6,000 votes mysteriously "shifted" from Mr. West to his challenger.
Florida congressman Allen West has won his re-election bid by a narrow enough margin to prompt a full ballot, according to sources within the Republican’s ranks.
“Boots on the ground update from the Allen West election count via Gary Angelo Galiano: ‘We win by 195,’” Congresman West supporter Gary Angelo Galiano posted on his Facebook account early Saturday morning.
Citing several discrepancies within the voting process, lawyers representing Congressman West have pushed for a recount on two fronts. On Friday, Circuit Court judge David F. Crow dismissed a motion to impound ballots and voting machines in Palm Beach County, declaring the Tea Party favorite “fell woefully short” in his request. A second motion in St. Lucie County is still pending, reports local television news outlet WPTV.
St. Luce County
The West campaign alleged a “recount” of votes in St. Lucie County saw the congressman move from a 2,400 vote lead to lagging behind his Democrat challenger by 2,000 ballots.
Other shenanigans have surfaced in the past several days since the election was held, reports the Washington Times. Jeffrey Scott Shapiro, a volunteer lawyer for the West campaign, told the paper his people were not allowed to witness the vote count at the Riveria Beach vote tabulation center after many ballots were damaged and had to be re-created. Physical barriers were set up to block observers, and after one elderly man complained, he was escorted out of the building by a sheriff’s deputy.
Team West volunteer Ellen Snyder said supervisors “screamed at her twice” for asking questions, and threatened to remove her from the building.
Questions surrounding how an estimated 8,000 military absentee ballots were being counted have also also raised.
If the early Saturday morning report is true, a full and final recount of all votes will be conducted in Tallahassee. It is expected to take at least two weeks.