by Chuck MacNab
As each state reports their final election details, the evidence of voter fraud is astounding. Massive voter fraud is being reported in areas of OH and FL, with PA, WI and VA all deploying personnel to investigate election results.
For starters, here are just a few examples of what has surfaced with much more to come.
- In 59 voting districts in the Philadelphia region, Obama received 100% of the votes with not even a single vote recorded for Romney. (a mathematical and statistical impossibility - see below)
- In 21 districts in Wood County Ohio, Obama received 100% of the votes where GOP inspectors were illegally removed from their polling locations - and not one single vote was recorded for Romney. (a statistical impossibility - see below)
- In Wood County Ohio, 106,258 voters were registered to vote in a county with only 98,213 eligible voters.
- In St. Lucie County, FL, there were 175,574 registered eligible voters but 247,713 votes cast.
- The National SEAL Museum, a polling location in St. Lucie County, FL had a 158% voter turnout - the highest voter overage in entire the country - second was Palm Beach County, FL with a 141% voter turnout overage.
- In Ohio County, Obama won by 108% of the total number of eligible voters.
NOTE: Obama won in every state that DID NOT require a Photo ID and lost in every state that DID require a Photo ID in order to vote. See state by state details below:
The University of Colorado Department of Political Science Electoral Vote projection is THE most accurate presidential election model in our history. They were the ONLY source that correctly called the 1980 Reagan/Carter results. They have correctly modeled EVERY presidential election since with their projected electoral totals never off by more than 1%.
Their method is NOT a standard political poll process. They include complex algorithms that includes key economic, employment and social measures. They build their models state by state to assure sufficient granularity for top accuracy. It is mathematically possible that statistical error could cause them to incorrectly project ONE state. But it is mathematically impossible for them to incorrectly project more than one. Their 2012 model projected Wisconsin, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Virginia for the Romney/Ryan ticket. The results reported by those secretaries of state were different.
Add to this the survey data showing the Democrat ticket losing support from 2008 among Blacks, Jews, Catholics and Independents, and the results reported for the above-named states are mathematically impossible.