Rampant Voter Fraud Leads To Questions Of Stolen Election

Posted on November 12, 2012 by

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I still don’t know what to make of this.   There’s no evidence that it occurred on a nationwide scale…only a few precincts.  Still, many of those precincts are the most crucial in the country, and the Obama campaign knew that.

Pundit Press points out the major irregularities in Ohio:

I can’t believe President Obama’s luck. First, he received over 99% of the vote in districts where GOP inspectors were illegally removed. Next, he won 100% of the vote in 21 districts in Cleveland. Well, he’s gotten another lucky break!

Mr. Obama won Wood County in Ohio this year. That’s right, Mr. Obama won the majority of Wood County’s 108% of registered voters. That’s not a typo.

In 2012, 106,258 people in Wood County are registered to vote out of an eligible 98,213. But it certainly must all be a coincidence, right?

Pundit Press also reports that St. Lucie county – the same county where there was evidence of voter fraud in the race for Allen West’s congressional seat – had a remarkable 141.1% turnout, in favor of Obama:

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.”

Suspicious irregularities were also reported in Virginia and Detroit.

Sadly, this kind of ballot-box stuffing could have been overcome if Republican voters had simply bothered to show up:

“This is the most important election of our lifetime.” That was the ubiquitous rally cry of Republican leaders. The country yawned. About 11 million fewer Americans voted for the two major-party candidates in 2012 — 119 million, down from 130 million in 2008. In fact, even though our population has steadily increased in the last eight years (adding 16 million to the 2004 estimate of 293 million Americans), about 2 million fewer Americans pulled the lever for Obama and Romney than for George W. Bush and John Kerry.

[…]  Somehow, Romney managed to pull nearly 2 million fewer votes than John McCain, one of the weakest Republican nominees ever, and one who ran in a cycle when the party had sunk to historic depths of unpopularity. How to explain that?

Read more at the Nation Review

Cross posted at ThoughtsFromAConservativeMom.com

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