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glengarry Donating Member (108 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Apr-27-07 11:33 PM
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142. 4/27 Update: A Recorded State Vote Smoking Gun ? (not a polling analysis)
Edited on Fri Apr-27-07 11:56 PM by glengarry
Late Vote Anomalies

How does one explain these discrepancies in the recorded state vote shares? A total of 121.06 million votes were recorded for Bush and Kerry. Bush won 51.5% of the initial 115.81mm. But Kerry won 54.6% of the final 5.26mm. The probability of this discrepancy occurring due to chance is virtually ZERO. Kerry exceeded his initial vote share in 38 states, including 15 of 19 battleground states.

The state vote discrepancies were significant in the East but near zero in the Far West, strongly suggesting election fraud in early-reporting, vote-rich battleground states. A false impression was created as the first votes came in from the East that Bush was winning the popular vote. But at the same time, state and national exit polls indicated that Bush was losing.

The vote-rigging ended before the final 5 million votes were recorded. Bush had already won the electoral vote and led by 3.5mm in the popular vote so there was no need to steal more votes. After the final 5mm votes were recorded, the Bush mandate declined by 0.5mm to 3.0mm: 62-59mm.

View the discrepancies (6% total) between the initial and final recorded 2-party state votes...
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