posted on Oct, 9 2013 @ 08:35 PM
Azerbaijan released election results before voting had even started
Imagine that? Voting that's rigged.
The vote counts – spoiler alert: Aliyev was shown as winning by a landslide – were pushed out on an official smartphone app run by the
Central Election Commission. It showed Aliyev as "winning" with 72.76 percent of the vote. That's on track with his official vote counts in
previous elections: he won ("won"?) 76.84 percent of the vote in 2003 and 87 percent in 2008.
But that's OK, we can explain...
The data were quickly recalled. The official story is that the app's developer had mistakenly sent out the 2008 election results as part of a
test. But that's a bit flimsy, given that the released totals show the candidates from this week, not from 2008.
Ummm, yeah he accidentally sent out the 2008 results, but somehow with the new candidates? That makes sense, nice recovery.
Is there anybody out there who believes that major elections anywhere
are actually fair?
OK, the election for Town Councilman for Nowhere, USA may not be fixed because there's very little at stake. But the US presidential elections? Come
on, I think it's all rigged and has been for some time!