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Forum Post: Something Isn't Stacking Up - More Evidence Of Voter Fraud

Posted 6 years ago on March 16, 2012, 4:40 p.m. EST by energy (30)
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RT Friday, March 16, 2012


The other candidates barely have an audience when on the campaign trail usually between 50 and 150 people show up, yet RonPaul consistently has anywhere up to 5000 people show up at his campaign stops, yet...no coverage and few votes. This is simple math and SHOULD bother any OWS poster here at this forum. This is becoming laughable. Clearly there is not a democratic process here. Is this not what we are fighting for? Honesty, transparency, democracy? Even if you don't like RonPaul, the fact that voter fraud looks to becoming prominant should have us all in an uproar.

All through the primaries RonPaul has been surrounded by thousands of people at almost every state he has visited. Now one less person will be around RonPaul. NBC recently withdrew their embedded reporter who was on the RonPaul campaign trail. The Texas Congressman has gained extensive attention when it comes to his anti-war stance and being pro-constitution. Paul has expressed his suspicion about voter fraud or votes not being counted because his numbers don’t coincide with the numbers at the polls. So are all RonPaul’s votes being counted? Mary Willison, volunteer organizer and RonPaul supporter, joins us for more.



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[-] 3 points by 99time (92) 6 years ago

"Voter Fraud" is a non-issue. No one can show that "Voter Fraud" ever changed the outcome of an election. Not Once, although some have tried. The term "Voter Fraud" is designed to hide the real fraud. The Real Fraud is ELECTION FRAUD! Let's start calling it what it is rather than being spoon fed these misleading terms.

Election Fraud is the stealing of votes, not through voters, but through tampering with the election -- for example, computer bugs, proprietary election software, adding large numbers of unverified ballots, losing registrations, losing ballots, etc. ELECTION FRAUD has stolen many elections -- especially since 2000.

[-] 2 points by SiriusOrion (8) 6 years ago

You know what else is laughable? The threads that get the most traffic on this forum are ones with language that divide us, such as "you're just a democratic this" and "you're just a republican that", but when there is something as vile as voter fraud which pretty much makes it so we have NO CHOICE on important issues, these threads are conspicuously empty.....echo.....Echo......ECHO.....

[-] 2 points by jaktober (286) from Sonoma, CA 6 years ago


[-] 1 points by GypsyKing (8719) 6 years ago

Damn good point there!

[-] 1 points by GumbyDamnit (36) 6 years ago

This forum isn't about forming any cohesive standing against the bi-party scheme, it's the DNC. Nothing more.

Voter fraud is only an issue to the DNC when it comes to Bush being elected by fraud.

It will be interesting to see if these same fraudsters buy the Whitehouse from Obama while the OWS/DNC keeps doing nothing but strictly touting pimping the DNC.

I'll say there is enough money to do it, no matter how much money Obama raises.

I find it interesting that being a Ron Paul supporter is enough to get you on the NDAA 2012 persons of interest list as a potential domestic terrorist.

[-] 2 points by bensdad (8977) 6 years ago

Of course -
no anarchists here -
no anti-semites -
no Rs -
no anti system people -
no communists -
no socialists -
no Obama haters -
no conspiracy nuts -
no racists -
no liars

just democrats

[-] 1 points by SiriusOrion (8) 6 years ago

Disruption Closes a Missouri Caucus Before Vote (After Huge Ron Paul Turnout)

STEVEN YACCINO , NY Times , March 18, 2012

ST. PETERS, Mo. – Voters here in St. Charles County did not get a say on Saturday in who will be the next Republican presidential nominee after a disorderly caucus on Saturday caused organizers to adjourn before delegates were selected.

The unrest began as the caucus at Francis Howell North High School was called to order more than a hour late, then delayed again when a member of the crowd refused to put away a video camera, as required by the rules outlined by the local Republican Party.

“People attended the meeting with an agenda,” said Eugene Dokes, chairman of the St. Charles County Republican Central Committee. “When that happens, it’s really hard to accept the authority of the room.”

Strong support and organization for Ron Paul could have been seen as early as 6 a.m. in St. Charles, when supporters first started lining up outside the school. At one point, the line of people waiting to get in ran past the rows of trophy cases and out into the parking lot. It got so long that caucus officials had to corral voters into a small wrestling room while they waited to be checked in.

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Raucous GOP caucus in St. Peters is shut down

Jake Wagman , St. Louis Today , March 18, 2012

In St. Charles County, which was to have been the biggest single prize of the day, the caucus was shut down before delegates were chosen after a boisterous crowd objected to how the meeting was being run, including an attempted ban on videotaping. Two supporters of presidential hopeful Ron Paul were arrested.

Some of Paul’s supporters were also irked by an announced ban on video recording, with organizers asking police to help enforce it. When the objections reached a fever pitch, the meeting was shut down without any delegates being awarded.

“We started speaking about the Constitution. Where’s our rights? Where are our votes? This is fascism,” said Jim Evans, another Paul supporter.

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Blatant Election Fraud Against Ron Paul at Clay County Caucus 3-17-12


[-] 1 points by GreedKills (1119) 6 years ago

When a man runs for President so his son may earn a VP nod by his main competition he is bound to go no where fast....and thank God for that!!!!!

[-] 0 points by BlackSun (275) from Agua León, BC 6 years ago

There is no such thing as voter fraud. Didnt you know that? That's what the liberals here claim.

[-] 3 points by bensdad (8977) 6 years ago

Of course there was voter fraud -
when scalia voted for bush, he gave is a "president" who didn't or couldn't read his PDBs and lied us into the biggest American disaster since the civil war
Of course there was voter fraud -
Ask anyone who knows about th e paper trail-less Ohio voting machines that were set but bush's buddy at diebold

[-] -2 points by BlackSun (275) from Agua León, BC 6 years ago

So now that your master is in office that fraud has disappeared?

[-] 2 points by GypsyKing (8719) 6 years ago

There is no such thing as voter fraud? That is the single most fatuous premice I have ever seen on this forum. I find you're posts increasingly intriguing. Did you read the poem devoted to you by ancientmariner? Did it perhaps leave some mark? I wish I could find it. It would be worth re-reading:)

[-] 1 points by bensdad (8977) 6 years ago

Regarding Iowa Secretary of State Matt Schultz ‘s voter fraud “solution,”
(“9 Voter Fraud Cases Investigated,” March 4),

The Brennan Center for Justice at the NYU School of Law, which deals with fraud.

It stated, “Allegations of widespread fraud by malevolent voters are easy to make, but often prove to be inflated or inaccurate. Moreover, these claims are frequently used to justify policies including restrictive photo identification rules — that could not solve the alleged wrongs, but that could well disenfranchise legitimate voters.”

The center analyzing 250 claims in the Supreme Court’s photo ID case found not one proven case of fraudulent vote that challenged law could prevent.

In a Missouri election, the center examined claims of widespread fraud, many of which were used to support the call for restrictive ID requirements. The allegations yielded only six substantiated cases of Missouri votes involving ineligible voters, knowingly or unknowingly.
Those six cases were double votes by only four voters — two voters across state lines and two voters within Missouri.
This was a fraud rate of 0.0003 percent.
Not one of those cases could have been resolved by a photo ID requirement.

Voter fraud in the United States is nothing more than a thinly veiled strategy to benefit the Republiclan Party.

that number 0.0003 is 3 out of one million - NONE would be stopped by voter ID
are you afraid to cite an example of any election with a voter fraud rate of just 1 in 10,000 - just one?

of course the voting machines in Ohio or the stopped count if Florida were not fraud by VOTERS - they were FRAUD BY THE Rs