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Sunday, December 4, 2016

Did Hillary Steal Nevada?

Hat tip Gateway Pundit and Newsmax


Very possibly. It appears there was a lot of voter fraud in at least one district of Clark County, where Las Vegas is located. Newsmax, a conservative site, has the report.


http://www.newsmaxtv.vegas/huuuge-nevada-voter-fraud-uncovered-worse-than-acorn/

This is part of the great Republican-Democrat debate about the extent of voter fraud. The Democrats claim voter suppression of minorities because Republicans try to put an end to voter fraud. The Dems claim there is no proof of voter fraud. It certainly merits an investigation.

Don't look for Jill Stein to ask for a recount in Nevada, however.

6 comments:

Siarlys Jenkins said...

How about we do a recount of every state where somebody or other makes a claim that they heard there may have been some vote fraud?

Gary Fouse said...

Seems like in Nevada it is more than just some rumor.

Siarlys Jenkins said...

Oh? Aside from your opinion that this rumor must have some credibility, because its an accusation against Hillary Clinton, how is it more than just some rumor?

Gary Fouse said...

"Edward Snowden, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings and dozens of movie stars were registered to vote in District 15 according to Mr. Vaughan. Mr. Vaughan tested a sample of 200 people of the 9,200 return mail and found that 185 of those had indeed voted.

Mr. Vaughan and many others have testified that they went to the polls to vote only to be told they had voted already. They were given a provisional ballots which would only be counted if the total vote count was within 1% according to poll supervisors."

Pls go back and read the linked article.

Siarlys Jenkins said...

I have worked at the polls for over ten years now. It is highly unlikely that anything of the kind could have occurred. Anyone who seriously wanted to engage in a pattern of fraud sufficient to tip an election would scrupulously avoid such easily identifiable names. They would have had Rahm Emmanuel instruct them in how to study names at the local cemeteries, etc. Also, most voting precincts (or wards, in Milwaukee, where the city council districts are called districts, and what Chicago calls precincts are called wards) are small enough that we tend to know a lot of our voters on sight. We don't see how they vote, but we know them when the check in to get their ballot. Election commission workers are not idiots. Names like Edward Snowden and Willie Nelson would attract immediate scrutiny at the time of registration. Further, you have to show proof of both identity and residence to register, which was true even before proof of ID was required to receive a ballot.

Gary Fouse said...

Maybe she was counting cards.