The truth about exit polls and vote counts: 2016 Democratic Presidential Primary | BlackBoxVoting.org

Posted: November 28, 2016 in Uncategorized

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As long as questions about the validity of Clinton’s primary victories are based almost entirely upon exit polls, we remain in the realm of speculation. Only by examining the forensic evidence — ballots, poll books, voter signature books, ballot accounting charts — can the official vote counts be proven true or false. That is what we did in Ohio. That is what public citizens need to do right now.Instructions are available here: http://blackboxvoting.org/how-to-audit-an-election

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In St. Louis, Missouri, Clinton won among voters at the polls by 54.2% to 45.2%, and among absentee voters by 71.4% to 25.2%.  In Kansas City, Missouri, Clinton won among voters at the polls by 55.6% to 43.9%, and among absentee voters by 70.6% to 27.7%.  In St. Louis, only 5.85% of the ballots cast were absentee.  In Kansas City, only 3.57% of the ballots cast were absentee.  But they did account for Clinton’s statewide margin of victory.  The absentee ballots need to be audited.In Hamilton County, Ohio, Clinton won among voters at the polls by 57.6% to 41.6%, and among absentee voters by 68.2% to 29.7%.  In Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Clinton won among voters at the polls by 59.8% to 39.8%, and among absentee voters by 73.0% to 26.2%.  Sanders got less than 10% of the absentee ballots in 52 of 336 precincts in Cleveland, and less than 20%…

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  1. I am just amazed how the DNC rigging thr primaries in Clinton’s favor is a mute point. Then Clinton’s hires the woman to work for her campaign. The whole election process should be examined.

  2. There are at least 2 lawsuits making their way through the court over DNC vote rigging during the primaries. Unfortunately they don’t get much attention in the corporate media: http://yournewswire.com/wikileaks-vote-rigging-class-action-lawsuit-against-dnc-moves-forward/

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