Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Election 2016 Irregularities In Three Swing States...

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President elect Donald J. Trump may very well have known what he was talking about with his rigged election scenario. Our country's leaders, as well as the people, should DEMAND a complete and thorough investigation and recount.

(CNN) - Hillary Clinton's campaign is being urged by a number of top computer scientists to call for a recount of vote totals in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania, according to a source with knowledge of the request.

The computer scientists believe they have found evidence that vote totals in the three states could have been manipulated or hacked and presented their findings to top Clinton aides on a call last Thursday.

The scientists, among them J. Alex Halderman, the director of the University of Michigan Center for Computer Security and Society, told the Clinton campaign they believe there is a questionable trend of Clinton performing worse in counties that relied on electronic voting machines compared to paper ballots and optical scanners, according to the source.

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There were widespread concerns about hacking ahead of this month's election, including the Obama administration accusing Russia of attempting to breach voter registration data. But election officials and cybersecurity experts said earlier this month that it is virtually impossible for Russia to influence the election outcome.

A former Clinton aide declined to respond to questions about whether they will request an audit based on the findings.

Additionally, at least three electors have pledged to not vote for Trump and to seek a "reasonable Republican alternative for president through Electoral College," according to a statement Wednesday from a group called the Hamilton Electors, which represents them.

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Additional stories HERE, HERE, and HERE.

14 comments:

  1. Wisconsin politics have been ugly since Scott Walker was elected and he was known for cheating since his college days at Marquette. Roger Stone, former Trump aid writes in the 8/16/16 'The Hill':
    "As someone with great sentimental attachment to the Republican Party, as I joined as the party of Goldwater, both parties have engaged in voting machine manipulation. Nowhere in the country has this been more true than Wisconsin, where there are strong indications that Scott Walker and the Reince Priebus machine rigged as many as five elections including the defeat of a Walker recall election.

    Mathematician and voting statistic expert Richard Charnin has produced a compelling study by comparing polling to actual results and exit polls to make a compelling case for voting machine manipulation in the Badger state.

    When the Trump vs. Cruz primary took place, the same pattern emerged again of a Marquette University poll showing a 20 point shift from Trump ahead by 10% to Trump behind by 10%, which was simply absurd. Shifts like that don’t happen over brief intervals of time, absent a nuclear explosion. It didn’t make any sense — unless you knew what was going on was an “instant replay” of Walker’s victories. The machine Priebus built was delivering for Cruz big time."
    --people in the Badger state are polite, and possible a bit naïve. Ron Johnson was re-elected Senator although polling far behind Russ Feingold. As near as I can tell from my WI friends and relatives, Johnson
    was universally despised. But the inhabitants trust their electronic voting machines. A few years back, a
    woman that ran a county voting operation, brought 11,000 GOP votes that she said were mistakenly left on
    her home computer, to throw a WI SCOTUS election. Folks accepte that. I am very very suspicious of Wisconsin, which turned from bright blue to bright red practically overnight.

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  2. I have become a skeptic and grow more skeptical each day. It has nothing to do with integrity and truth anymore, it's only about power and winning. Regardless what it takes to achieve that "win:.

    Our representative republic's system is being manipulated and we are steadily becoming represented by special interest lackeys.

    My children and grandchildren's generation will have it hard and I suspect quite unequitable for sure.

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  3. I wish you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving, and hope your dinner turns out better than mine. Unfortunately, the turkey was arrested and taken away in handcuffs ... charged with fowl play. A side of cucumber salad left me in a pickle, and the dessert strawberries got me into jam. Looking forward to Christmas.

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  4. People are getting sick of stolen elections and the Democrats ignoring the situation. According to the article you quote, Barack Obama doesn't want Hillary to request a recount. But it is up to HRC. She has to ask for it or it isn't going to happen (and TOMORROW is the deadline in WI). There are a number of petitions to sign (see bottom of my post here for the list).

    "Red Shift" is what they called in when the exit polls didn't match the "actual vote". This time I'm calling it an "Orange Shift". Red Shift "elected" gwb and Orange Shift has "elected" DJT. BTW, regarding Richard Charnin (who BB-Idaho mentioned), I have a post on my blog about him. According to Charnin, exit polls matching the "actual vote total" in rural areas that vote Republican - and not matching in urban areas that tend to vote Democratic (which is what has been occurring) defies the Law of Large Numbers (Charninn has a masters degree in applied mathamatics). What this points to is likely election fraud.

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  5. This just in... Jill Stein has requested a recount. Although the person requesting a recount has to pay for it. Democracy For America says "fewer than 100,000 votes spread across three states - Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania - separate Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. To meet the deadlines for a full recount in these three decisive states - which could cost $6-7 million, according to the Stein campaign - Stein announced that she needed to raise $2.5 million to meet Friday's first recount deadline in Wisconsin. In just a matter of hours last night, grassroots donors across America crushed Stein's ambitious $2.5 million goal for Wisconsin, which sent shock waves across the mainstream media. To pay for the next round of recounts in Pennsylvania (Monday deadline) and Michigan (Wednesday deadline), Stein has set a new goal of $4.5 million. Inspired, Democracy for America and MoveOn are stepping up to make an unusual request of our members on Thanksgiving -- one we couldn't have imagined asking you prior to this unbelievable moment".

    Donation link, if anyone here is interested.

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    1. I saw this several hours ago. My sense is it won't change anything kudos and high fives for Stein are in order.

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    2. Insert but after anything in above.

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    3. A recount flipping the election for Hillary is highly unlikely. But you never know. WND is calling it "opperation steal", although that's probably just for the clicks. Apparently Stein spent 5 million on her entire campaign, but has now raised 7 million + for the recounts. Conspiracy-minded WND commenters are saying it's either Soros or Clinton Foundation money.
      http://www.wnd.com/2016/11/sore-losers-hillary-joining-stein-recount/

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  6. And the leftwingnutz grasp at the last straw.

    Its comical....they never lose an. election because their policies and candidates suck out loud

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    1. You are indeed clueless rusty. But you are when all is said and done entitled to your cluelessness.

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  7. Hasn't tampering and election fraud been a bipartisan affair? Feel free to disprove Dervish.

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  8. Barack Obama reacted Saturday to the death of Fidel Castro, saying his prayers are with the Cuban people and that they should know they have a “friend and partner” in the United States. “At this time of Fidel Castro’s passing, we extend a hand of friendship to the Cuban people,” Obama said in a statement. “We know that this moment fills Cubans — in Cuba and in the United States — with powerful emotions, recalling the countless ways in which Fidel Castro altered the course of individual lives, families, and of the Cuban nation. History will record and judge the enormous impact of this singular figure on the people and world around him.” The President noted that the relationship between the United States and Cuba has been “marked by discord and profound political disagreements” over the past 60 years. “During my presidency, we have worked hard to put the past behind us, pursuing a future in which the relationship between our two countries is defined not by our differences but by the many things that we share as neighbors and friends — bonds of family, culture, commerce, and common humanity,” he said. “Today, we offer condolences to Fidel Castro’s family, and our thoughts and prayers are with the Cuban people. In the days ahead, they will recall the past and also look to the future. As they do, the Cuban people must know that they have a friend and partner in the United States of America.”

    From Donald J. Trump: Today, the world marks the passing of a brutal dictator who oppressed his own people for nearly six decades. Fidel Castro’s legacy is one of firing squads, theft, unimaginable suffering, poverty and the denial of fundamental human rights.

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  9. RN: Hasn't tampering and election fraud been a bipartisan affair? Feel free to disprove Dervish.

    Nixon's treason, Reagan's October surprise, GWB & ChoicePoint, Trump & Crosscheck plus Comey. Four Republican presidents (in my lifetime) that cheating helped elect. I don't know what Democratic "election fraud" you're thinking of. I can't disprove it because I don't know what (specifically) you're referring to.

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