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Election Fraud and Voter fraud is real

The Voting System is Rigged—Part Three


By --August 26, 2016

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The oppressed are allowed once every few years to decide which particular representatives of the oppressing class are to represent and repress them.Karl Marx

Democrats insist that fraud during elections is a myth. They claim voter fraud is “virtually non-existent,” buying votes is too difficult and too “legally risky to pull off,” tampering with voting machines is a misnomer because they are often backed up by paper ballots or other means of auditing (except for the 2000 election between George Bush and Al Gore, which Democrats still insist was stolen from Gore).

The facts, however, tell a very different story, especially in 2016.  And it’s not just Donald Trump’s “Rigged-election Paranoia,” as Vanity Fair claimed.

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Election Fraud and Voter fraud is real.

From Whitewater to Travelgate, Chinagate, Monicagate, Vince Foster, Filegate, Cattle Futures, Bosnia, Benghazi, and the Clinton Foundation, how else could the corrupt Bill and Hillary Clinton be one election away from sleeping in the White House again?

A recent study by Stanford University proved that Hillary Clinton‘s campaign pre-rigged the system to steal the nomination from Bernie Sanders. And it was never more apparent than in California where Bernie Sanders voters were likely robbed of a legitimate candidate—and they know how it happened and who is to blame.

Fresh from the jaws of defeat, Bernie Sanders supporters yelled “You cheated!” and drowned out California Secretary of State Alex Padilla during a California delegation meeting at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia in July. The Sacramento Bee has a video of their angry display.

The rigged presidential primary left millions of Sanders voters oppressed and overwhelmed after arriving at polling stations to find they had been dropped from the Democrat Party, reregistered in another party or “No Party Preference,” or purged altogether from the voter rolls.

Oddly, Republican voters in California experienced the same, although for a different reason. Disenfranchised Republican voters provided cover for the real scam—to steal the election from Sanders.

Simultaneously, the DNC email scandal exposed by Wikileaks forced DNC party chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz to resign when it was revealed that she and other party leaders were assisting presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton with a primary win.

The Democrat Party cheated its own voters. Why would the DNC stop with the Primary when an entire election hangs in the balance?

The Pre-Fix Was In

Ahead of the primary election, a lawsuit was filed by civil rights attorneys, alleging California counties were negligent in educating voters of their rights surrounding California’s “No Party Preference” choice, known in other states as “Decline to State.”

But U.S. District Judge William Alsup, the federal judge who rejected the lawsuit, is a Clinton appointee.

As we wrote in a previous article, poll workers were directed by the California Secretary of State NOT to inform voters of their rights before casting a provisional ballot—an issue the judge also rejected. Judge Alsup “also denied the request that volunteers at polling places be required to tell voters about the unusual rules surrounding which political parties have opened their presidential contests to unaffiliated ‘independent’ voters,” the Los Angeles Times reported. “The citizens of California are smart enough to know what their rights are,” the judge said.

Yet the official Election Officer Training Manual stated: “A No Party Preference voter will need to request a crossover ballot from the Roster Index Officer. (Do not offer them a crossover ballot if they do not ask).”

California was a crucial state for both Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton, but the election was called for Clinton minutes after the polls closed, before millions of provisional ballot votes were counted. One month later, more than 2.6 million votes were still uncounted in California. We still don’t know if the provisional votes were counted, and the Secretary of State isn’t talking.

“Once reserved for emergency situations, provisional ballots were freely handed out across California on June 7 ... they were used by more than one of every five primary voters who showed up at a polling place,” the L.A. Times reported.

 

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Fresh From the Past

Shortly after I published “Electronic Vote Rigging In California: Mainstream Media Silent,” Ron Nehring, former Chairman of the California Republican Party, wrote an op ed for The Flash Report and said “The election is not rigged.” His basis for this statement? “While America’s political system isn’t perfect, it is among the best in the world, and it certainly isn’t ‘rigged.’” So we’re supposed to accept “isn’t perfect, but better than the rest” as good enough?

Nehring’s bio says, “He has served as an international election observer for the International Republican Institute in Kenya, and as an independent observer in Honduras.” Even the New York Times says Kenya’s elections have not been its strong suit. And only three years ago, electoral authorities in Honduras had to recount votes from its presidential election following allegations of fraud. Is this the standard we should expect?

I agree with Nehring that America’s political system is among the best in the world, but it’s certainly not exempt from corruption and fraud.

“Election fraud is occurring and it is benefitting Hillary Clinton‚Äìespecially in states that use unaccountable, electronic voting machines,” Megan Barth wrote in Part ll of our series. Electronic voting machines are susceptible to hacking and manipulation—particularly in Democrat-dominated states.

Documented Election Integrity Problems in California

Mr. Nehring should take all of his election experience and talk with Linda Paine with The Election Integrity Project. In 2013 in just Los Angeles County, The Election Integrity Project documented more than 60,000 anomalies and irregularities on the voter rolls.

In the 2014 California Primary, approximately 1,200 poll workers in Los Angeles “changed their mind about working at the polls,” all at the same time resulting in a poll worker crisis. The positions were magically filled within the day.

Of the June 7 California Primary, Paine said the Election Integrity Project members documented Primary Election Day anomalies, and found disturbing, consistent patterns. “We believe the problem is with Vote Cal,” she said (California’s electronic voting system). “It’s the same problems all over the state.”

“Europe has rejected electronic voting machines because they are untrustworthy,” wrote Roger Stone atThe Hill. “This is not a secret. The media continues a drum beat insisting voter fraud is non existent without ever addressing the more ominous question of manipulation of the voting machines.  It keeps those in control in control.”

“In Europe, they use exit polling to determine who won and lost. The tabulated vote only serves as a formal verification. But that is done with paper ballots and hand counts under supervision, the way we used to do it.”

In California, media exit polling vanished this Primary Election, largely because pre-primary polling was showing a probable Bernie Sanders landslide. With electronic vote rigging, the exit polls would be disastrous. Yet the chances of such a great overnight shift are considered to be statistically impossible.

Stone explains how this is done.

(1) Publish a poll contrived to suggest the result you are going to bring about.

(2) Manipulate the machines to bring about precisely your desired outcome.

After Reuters admitted it was oversampling Democrats in polls to obtain the desired outcome, the gig was up.

Nation of Change reported:

“A second Stanford study comparing voting machines to pre-election polls shows extreme discrepancies in many states where electronic voting machines were utilized.

The study compared 337 pre-election polls, representation about 140,000 voters across 34 primary states.

The pre-election polls were successful at predicting Clinton’s numbers in states with paper trails. However, Clinton over-performed an average of 9% in the states that use electronic voting machines but fail to provide paper evidence of this vote.

Simply speaking, Clinton beat expectations ONLY in states with unaccountable voting machines.

What’s more, two of the three companies that control the electronic voting machine market, Dominion Voting and H.I.G. Capital (i.e. hart Intercivic) are on the list of big money donors that donated to the Clinton campaign, as shown by the DNC documents leaked by Guccifer 2.0.”

Take Action!

Donald Trump has rightly called for poll watchers in every state. Many voters want to know what to do to help ensure that all ballots in every election are lawfully cast, by people legally eligible to vote.

The Election Integrity Project recruits and trains citizen volunteers in every state to be poll watchers and observers. These trained volunteers play an active role in protecting our most fundamental right as citizens to have fair and honest elections. Contact Election Integrity Project to sign up. It’s one important step to take to ensure that the Election Day truly reflects the will of the people.



Katy Grimes -- Bio and Archives | Comments

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Katy Grimes is an investigative journalist, Senior Correspondent with the Flash Report, ReaganBabe, and Senior Media Fellow with Energy and Environmental Institute. A longtime political analyst, she has written for The Sacramento Union, The Washington Examiner, Watchdog.org, The Pacific Research Institute’s CalWatchdog, The San Francisco Examiner, The Business Journal, E&E Legal, The Sacramento Bee, Legal Insurrection, Canada Free Press, and Laura Ingraham’s LifeZette, and can be heard regularly on many talk radio shows each week.

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