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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

16 Replies to “More vote machine problems. Guess in who’s favour?”

  1. http://www.heraldonline.com/news/local/article113324183.html

    State and local authorities are investigating a case of alleged voter fraud in Rock Hill.

    A 68-year-old Rock Hill man is accused of voting via absentee ballot and voting again in person, according to law enforcement records.

    York County sheriff’s deputies were called to the York County voter registration office on Nov. 1, according to a sheriff’s report. The director of the office told deputies a 68-year-old Rock Hill man had requested an absentee ballot on May 27, signed the ballot and had it witnessed on Oct. 12.

    The man mailed the ballot back to election officials and they received it on Oct. 15, deputies said.

    Officials told deputies the man voted in person at the voter registration office in York on Oct. 10, just two days before he had the signature on his absentee ballot witnessed.

  2. Donald Trump’s gripe that the election is riddled with voter fraud might bear some truth in SoCal — more than 1,100 dead people are still registered to vote … according to a report.

    KCBS-LA Investigative Reporter David Goldstein ran a story Monday night revealing 265 corpses voted in Ventura, San Bernardino, Orange, Riverside and L.A. counties over the last 8 years — most recently, in June’s primary.


  3. Hillary Clinton’s State Department has been revealed to be indefensibly unethical. From the Clinton Foundation’s pay-to-play to the highly questionable defenses Clinton used during her FBI investigation, the extent to which similar dirty politics were used to help her win the Democratic primaries merits further attention. After the releases by Wikileaks and Guccifer 2.0, the role in which Nevada—a crucial early voting state—played in stopping Bernie Sanders’ surge against Clinton is brought into light. The undemocratic nature by which Clinton won the Democratic primaries sets a dangerous precedent.

    On September 15, former Congressional candidate in Nevada’s fourth district, Dan Rolle, took to Twitter to explain how, starting in 2012, the Nevada Democratic Party began changing the state’s voter registration system as a means to rig the caucuses for Clinton. Most state Democratic parties—including Nevada—moved to NGPVAN database systems, which Rolle says facilitated the monopolization of voter data in favor of Clinton.


  4. All credibility of the USA is lost, with the exception of the radical left.

    The election is not over, but I can’t help get the sense that this date – Nov. 8, 2016 – is as significant as August 24, 410 – the sack of Rome.

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