Fraud mars the early hours

This is to go with Churchmouse’s post. His link at the top of the page is good. Alternatively, go to Twitter and people are live tweeting from polling stations [or rather just outside].

The fraud is rampant:

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[Breitbart] A small sampling of these tweets (with “minority inspector” referring to Republican inspectors) just from the morning hours of Election Day include:

Around 8AM, the Philadelphia Republican Party tweeted, “court-appointed minority inspectors refused entry [to a polling location]. @PhillyPolice have been called.”

An hour later: “Update: Ward 64-15: reports of electioneering. Our poll watcher has been barred entry.”

Shortly thereafter: “Update: Ward 13-14: Won’t allow our minority inspector in, threatened to call police. Go ahead.”

Then around 10AM: “Ward 4 divisions 10, 16, 17—illegal @HillaryClinton lit being distributed inside polling place.”

And then: “Update: Ward 12-2 (NW Philly)—Sign-in sheet instead of clerk allowing anybody to come in and vote if they sign. Illegal.”

During that same hour: “Court-appointed minority inspector at 17&Spring Garden—“I was just told… I’m not allowed to be in the room & … to wait outside.”

Then around 11AM: “Ward 37-9 (North Philly): Poll workers handing out Hillary lit inside polling station.”

At 9:38AM this morning, a local election worker, Brittany Foreman, tweeted a video of her explaining voter fraud that she claims to have witnessed at her location, giving specific details in her account.

What is going to happen then is either the current trend will continue and Trump will take it or else he will not concede until all investigations are completed. Even as I write, servicemen are reporting that absentee ballot papers did not reach them in time.

I’d be very surprised if Trump concedes, unless she was way ahead, nor would he rely on officials to investigate properly. It could hang over for days. It might not be that the extent of the fraud would have tipped the balance in those stations but that’s not the point – if there is probable cause for any fraud at all – or as Dems would say, machines ‘malfunctioned’ for Clinton – then that voids the ballot. There is also $1500 and 3 years for whoever did it.

I’ll not stay up till the end. Like you, I’ll wake up and not go to the MSM but to Twitter first, then Breitbart.

8 comments for “Fraud mars the early hours

  1. Errol
    November 8, 2016 at 8:35 pm

    I remember when we voted in the EU referendum. I thought, I could stay up and hope we win but I went to bed, rather aware we wouldn’t. The state was too big, too angry.

    Yet win we did.

    And still the Left keep fighting to destroy democracy, to halt freedom and liberty, to crush the citizen in favour of their own ego.

    Increasingly my angry and jaded mind has realised that there’s no damned point in voting. If the state gets the result it wants, it wrecks things for another five years. If it doens’t get the result it wants, it wrecks things for another five years and blames the person we voted for despite it having done everything it can to ruin the necessary changes the right man wanted to bring in.

    I’m sick of this country, of everywhere the Left, decadent, arrogant, spoiled in wealth stolen from others object to common sense, decency and dignity.

  2. November 8, 2016 at 9:34 pm

    Yes.

    There’s a new one up now. Young female black poll worker interviewed, describing how Democrat official in room was taking people to booths and helping them fill in the paper – quite illegal. She complained, was ejected.

  3. November 8, 2016 at 10:34 pm

    Philly also had either fraud or intimidation in 2008 and 2012.

    This is expected. IIRC — if not, it’s easily accessible on an online search — 115% of Philadelphia registered voters cast ballots for Obama in 2012. In 2008, the New Black Panthers guarded some polling stations there. Some voters felt intimidated and left.

    This is not a complaint, BTW, I’m just providing back history.

    Black female poll worker might be a Trump supporter.

    Great coverage. Thanks.

  4. November 8, 2016 at 10:37 pm

    Why was my comment marked as spam? (‘This comment was marked as spam’)

    Philly also had either fraud or intimidation in 2008 and 2012.

    This is expected. IIRC — if not, it’s easily accessible on an online search — 115% of Philadelphia registered voters cast ballots for Obama in 2012. In 2008, the New Black Panthers guarded some polling stations there. Some voters felt intimidated and left.

    This is not a complaint, BTW, I’m just providing back history.

    Black female poll worker might be a Trump supporter.

    Great coverage. Thanks.

  5. November 8, 2016 at 11:06 pm

    Read nothing into the system – it regularly spams me and won’t let me reply, says I’ve been rejected. I always go to dash then posts first and come out from there. Seems the more involved we are, the more it tries to refuse us.

  6. Hereward Unbowed.
    November 9, 2016 at 5:36 am

    209 v 244 – grant me sweet mercy for I cannot stand this burning freedom of light!

    come ON! …… please PA you know who to vote for!

    Go TRUMP!

  7. Hereward Unbowed.
    November 9, 2016 at 8:46 am

    278 TRUMP!

    Gloria! Hosanna in Excelsis!

  8. November 9, 2016 at 9:20 am

    Yep, I stayed up all night, knackered, shall rejoin the human race later and reply more intelligently.

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