All things considered, especially when the enthusiasm was for the Republicans and Mitt Romney, it is hard to comprehend that Obama won the Presidential Election in 2012. Was it a better ground game? Nope. Everything I had been reading pointed to a Romney win. The number of registered Democrats was down, the number of registered Republicans was up. The win itself looks like it was a plausible legitimate win, except that so many cases of election fraud have been registered in various ways. From the late surge towards Obama in Ohio, to the gradual win in Florida (because the judge threw out Alan West’s challenge), to the obvious fraud in Pennsylvania, to the fact that people were bused to Wisconsin from Chicago, right down to the voting machines that were flipping to Obama when people were voting for Romney, all of those things add up to massive election fraud.
Here is a partial list of how Republicans were cheated out of a win:
1. Wisconsin – it has been reported that in at least one location bus loads of Democrats turned up on the day and registered themselves to vote. They did not have id, could barely remember the address on the utility bills that they were presenting as proof of address. These Democrats came from Chicago and they were not exactly quiet about the fact.
2. Nevada – one woman was arrested for attempting to vote more than once. She was allegedly a Republican. This made the news. What did not make the news was the fraudulent vote machines. If I read more on Nevada and machines flipping the vote, then I will write about it.
3. North Carolia – this happened in 2010 where machines flipped from the Republican choice to Democrat. I do not think the machines were fixed.
4. Pennsylvania – several Republican election officials were kicked out of the polling station by the Democrats. They were reinstated on a judge’s order, however there was enough time for shenanigans. In every one of those polling places Obama got 100% of the vote. The Republican officials had no way of knowing exactly what took place when they were not present.
5. Ohio – the first whiff of fraud came when Democrats were busing in people who likely did not have the right to vote – the Somali population – on top of that they used interpreters who showed them how to vote Democrat down the ticket. This is illegal. There were reports of machines flipping from Romney to Obama. Then there is the massive swing in Cleveland. It was massive enough to swing the state. I am calling bullshit on that late swing. This happened at a point where ballot stuffing was most likely at the end of the night when Obama was still behind. That swing in Cleveland was sufficient for Obama to win the state. If you look at the map though, you will see that most of Ohio was Red, not Blue.
6. Michigan – yes, there is probably a good reason to be suspicious about machines flipping.
On top of these examples, I think there are other instances where there was fraud. Once again the military were denied the right to vote. The ballots did not arrive on time. How convenient. Then there were those who reported machines that were not functioning so they used paper ballots that were placed in a trash bag!!
Whilst I am only giving an outline I do believe that there is cause to be concerned about the level of fraud in this election. John F. Kennedy beat Richard Nixon as a result of voter fraud in Chicago. As much as the Democrats complain about George Bush defeating Al Gore, it must be pointed out that the votes in Florida that were in question were in fact fraudulent ballots. Al Franken won his seat in Minnesota by pulling the trick of making challenges, but Al Gore was unsuccessful when he pulled the same trick. The Democrat operatives have been perfecting their fraud over time. However, it is those voting machines that came from Venezuela that sealed the fate of this election.
Technology experts do point out that it is easy to use key logging software in these machines. It is possible to hack the machines and thus alter the result. This is the most likely method used by the Democrats since most people in IT with the skills use those skills in being hackers – such as Anonymous.
It is not the end of the world. What can happen next? Watergate 2.0