Saturday, October 11, 2014

No. 19 - November 8, 2012 - A Bad Evening for Karl Rove


by Melinda Pillsbury-Foster

It was obvious the election was going to be stolen months ago. Rove and company were pulling the same old tricks we have been watching since 2000 with the voting machines, 'de-registering' voters, and using phone calls to keep people away from the polls. It looked like a cakewalk for Karl.

Then reports started coming through the Voter Integrity mailing lists with reports of voters seeing their votes transferred, not just from Obama to Romney, but Romney to Obama. True? Who knows. 
The jumping vote was exactly what Marilyn Blankenship of Dallas, Texas, reported happening when she tried to vote for the Libertarian candidate in 2004 instead of George W. The little mark, all on its own, finds the X Spot has been selected for them. Mrs. Blankenship protested vehemently for several years, to no avail. 
From both sides the cheating started as both candidates ruthlessly destroyed the opposition from within their own party. Ron Paul was just the most visible example. 
Did Obama design a strategy to ignore the popular vote, going for the Electoral College! Did it, too involve hacking? Who knows. Ol' Karl 's eyes probably bugged out. Our electoral process is dead either way. 
Now it is kind of quiet. No one is happy. Those who were supporting Obama as the lesser of two evils can now consider how very bad the last four years have been. The lesser of two evils is still not a good deal. 
Mike Adams, of Natural News predicts these events.

#1) Huge expansion of TSA and the surveillance state; #2) Expansion of secret arrests of American citizens; #3) Acceleration of national debt blowout and endless fiat currency creation; #4) Rapid expansion of GMOs and USDA collusion; #5) Increasingly dictatorial government health care; #6) Immediate surge in sales of guns and ammo; #7) Accelerated erosion of the Bill of Rights and civil liberties; #8) Continued destruction and looting of the U.S. Economy; #9) A "giant sucking sound" of employers leaving America; #10) Stepped-up attacks on veterans and preppers.

There is really only one solution. We need to take back the vote to the most local level, voting on paper ballots which are counted openly and transparently at the precinct. People from all political viewpoints have traditionally done this routinely with no friction. Each precinct publishes to the Internet. We can count for ourselves.
It can be done. See you in 2016.

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