Newscast Media WASHINGTON, D.C.—Ignorance is deadly. American voters and pundits are finally waking up to the fact that something doesn’t seem right about the results of the 2012 presidential election. Initially pundits explained that minorities voted in droves, but the math just did not add up. None of them talked about voter fraud, even though voters were openly admitting that they gamed the system, and major newspapers had documented incidents of fraud and voting irregularities.
Just by looking at the exit poll results in the map above, voters wonder how the obvious is not apparent to election officials, yet the Spanish company responsible for tallying American votes, declared results that many have begun to question. READ FULL ARTICLE>>
Newscast Media WASHINGTON, D.C.—Anybody with a computer programming background will tell you that electronic voting is the least trustworthy method of voting, and its results cannot be fully authenticated, unlike physical paper ballots. This article is in response to those who have been asking me for my opinion about the recent election, and haven’t received a response from me yet.
Practically all polling experts who had models showing one candidate would win with certainty, are still baffled as to how their data did not check out on election day. Everyone is talking about demographics and ethnicity, but no one talks about the vulnerability of voting machines, dead people voting, non-citizens on voter rolls, multiple voting, uncounted ballots and suppressed military votes that can affect the outcome of any election. CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE>>