Thursday, 10 January 2008

New Hampshire Jiggery Pokery

A blogger in Sutton, New Hampshire, was surprised to see the final tally for Sutton as registering 0% for Ron Paul. This result came in spite of the fact that he, his parents and his aunt all voted for Paul. [Click image below to see initial result.]

It transpires that Sutton actually received 31 votes for Paul, votes which were subsequently reinstated following protests. Jennifer Call, the head clerk in Sutton, later explained that this discrepency occured because of 'human error'. However vote fraud expert Bev Harris, speaking on the Alex Jones radio show, said that, "The classic method for rigging a hand count is to write the wrong number on the form." It's textbook.

Read more here:

New Hampshire District Admits Ron Paul Votes Not Counted

Voter Fraud Against Paul Confirmed in Sutton, New Hampshire

Clear Evidence Of Widespread Vote Fraud In New Hampshire

Greenville Vote SAME as Sutton

New Hampshire Townships With More Than 50 Votes For "OTHER" Some townships recorded as many as 10% and even 20% for "other". As I just heard Alex Jones say: "Who the hell is this 'other' - the Easter Bunny?"

There are numerous other anomalies in the New Hampshire primary which bring the final result into question, not least of which how Hilary Clinton achieved a sudden 20-point swing in her favour to beat Barack Obama by 3%.

Michael Collins writes: "81% of New Hampshire ballots are counted in secret by a private corporation named Diebold Election Systems (now known as “Premier”). The elections run on these machines are programmed by one company, LHS Associates, based in Methuen, MA. We know nothing about the people programming these machines, and we know even less about LHS Associates. We know even less about the secret vote counting software used to tabulate 81% of our ballots. People like to say “but we use paper ballots! They can always be counted by hand!”"

"But they’re not. They’re counted by Diebold. Only a candidate can request a hand recount, and most never do so. And a rigged election can easily become a rigged recount, as we learned in Ohio 2004, where two election officials were convicted of rigging their recount…."

Collins adds: "Is it just a funny coincidence that the Diebold spokesman is named Mr. Riggall?"!!!

It would cost Ron Paul $67,000 for a full recount. At this time this possibility has not been ruled out. Find out more at the Ron Paul War Room.

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