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Evidence of Widespread Voter Fraud Found in Virginia Governor’s Race
November 9, 2013 By Editor



Richmond, VA–Merely hours after the close of a bitter and divisive Governor’s race in Virginia that saw Democrat Terry McAuliffe pull out a win over Republican Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, irregularities in voting data have emerged.  According to mainstream media outlets McAuliffe supposedly defeated Cuccinelli in a razor-thin 47-46 percent victory to become the next Governor of the great state of Virginia.

Immediately following the announcement, Cuccinelli’s office opened a full investigation into the legitimacy of the vote and quickly turned up surprising results.  In 13 districts, multiple instances of intimidation at the polls were reported.  Large black men wearing traditional Black Panther garb were reported lingering around polling places approaching older voters asking questions about who they intended on voting for.

 In Loudoun and Fairfax counties (traditional Democratic strongholds), election officials withheld submitting voter data in order to get an idea of whether to count absentee ballots or not.  In an audit of the voter registration information, it quickly became apparent that MULTIPLE votes were cast by people who were either deceased or had long ago moved out of the district.

According to exit polling Cuccinelli won the race by big margins reaching a high percent of the key voting blocks of women, Latinos and Blacks.
Cuccinelli was a target of large amounts of out of state financing as the Democrats set out to make the race be a referendum against the Tea Party movement.  McAuliffe got a late boost from Bill and Hillary Clinton, as well as Joe Biden, who campaigned hard for the Democrat.

Even in defeat Cuccinelli reminded voters that the election was in fact a referendum against President Obama’s Affordable Care Act.  “Despite being outspent by an unprecedented $15 million,” he said, ”this race came down to the wire because of Obamacare. That message will go out across America tonight.”

Sources within Cuccinelli’s office have warned that “this is not over” and that Ken will be challenging the results of the election in court.
No such irregularities have been discovered in New Jersey where Republican candidate Chris Christie was re-elected in a landslide victory.
By Chase Logan

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Re: Evidence of Widespread Voter Fraud Found in Virginia Governor’s Race
« Reply #1 on: November 10, 2013, 08:26:24 PM »
I'm not surprised. I'd be shocked if there were not irregularities.

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Re: Evidence of Widespread Voter Fraud Found in Virginia Governor’s Race
« Reply #2 on: November 10, 2013, 08:28:37 PM »
I'm not surprised. I'd be shocked if there were not irregularities.

Electoral fraud is to democrats what breathing is to the rest of us.

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Re: Evidence of Widespread Voter Fraud Found in Virginia Governor’s Race
« Reply #3 on: November 10, 2013, 09:10:00 PM »
In the movie, 'The Usual Suspects' the arch villan of the movie advises that his success is based on being willing to do what he rivals will not, i.e., kill women and children including his own, etc.
 
That is somewhat how the Democrats win all, ALL, major elections they need. They are willing to do 'anything' to win, and they are becoming increasing brazen in their lies and cheating.
 
This is fundemental to the Liberal mind and agenda. They consider themselves and their 'mission' to be so 'holy' and 'righteous' than any means they use to win are automatically justified no matter what. They do and say things that have Republicans just shaking their heads and saying I cannot believe you did that!  Liberals do not care.
 
They will do anything to win, including risking jail time. Liberalism is a cult, and nothing is 'out of bounds' for them. Until the Republicans begin treating Liberals not as 'opponents' but as whacked out cult members with no sense of morals or ethics who will do and  say anything to win, they will continue to lose.
 
Any Democrat or Liberala involved in any part of any election has to be watched 24 hours a day, and every thing they touch or do has to be audited. They are proud liars and cheats, they even brag about it, 'vote early and often'?
 
To trust them, to give them any control or any kind of oversight responsibility is crazy. They have no integrity at all. To believe otherwise is to lose, again and again and again.
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Re: Evidence of Widespread Voter Fraud Found in Virginia Governor’s Race
« Reply #4 on: November 10, 2013, 10:07:52 PM »
Electoral fraud is to democrats what breathing is to the rest of us.

They cannot win national elections without it and the reason they so resist voter ID laws is that they greatly complicate getting the fraud accomplished!
« Last Edit: November 10, 2013, 10:09:20 PM by Bigun »
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Re: Evidence of Widespread Voter Fraud Found in Virginia Governor’s Race
« Reply #5 on: November 10, 2013, 11:00:45 PM »
So, is anyone going to do anything about it or is fraud now considered just a part of the standard deviation?

THE NEW NORMAL.

Fraud in a federal election is a violation of the 14th amendment. I realize that the gubernatorial race is not federal but still...
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Re: Evidence of Widespread Voter Fraud Found in Virginia Governor’s Race
« Reply #6 on: November 11, 2013, 10:34:59 AM »
In the movie, 'The Usual Suspects' the arch villan of the movie advises that his success is based on being willing to do what he rivals will not, i.e., kill women and children including his own, etc.
 
That is somewhat how the Democrats win all, ALL, major elections they need. They are willing to do 'anything' to win, and they are becoming increasing brazen in their lies and cheating.
 
This is fundemental to the Liberal mind and agenda. They consider themselves and their 'mission' to be so 'holy' and 'righteous' than any means they use to win are automatically justified no matter what. They do and say things that have Republicans just shaking their heads and saying I cannot believe you did that!  Liberals do not care.
 
They will do anything to win, including risking jail time. Liberalism is a cult, and nothing is 'out of bounds' for them. Until the Republicans begin treating Liberals not as 'opponents' but as whacked out cult members with no sense of morals or ethics who will do and  say anything to win, they will continue to lose.
 
Any Democrat or Liberala involved in any part of any election has to be watched 24 hours a day, and every thing they touch or do has to be audited. They are proud liars and cheats, they even brag about it, 'vote early and often'?
 
To trust them, to give them any control or any kind of oversight responsibility is crazy. They have no integrity at all. To believe otherwise is to lose, again and again and again.

If our side is unwilling to dirty their hands, we must continue to live happily with the results.
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Re: Evidence of Widespread Voter Fraud Found in Virginia Governor’s Race
« Reply #7 on: November 11, 2013, 11:03:28 AM »
So, is anyone going to do anything about it or is fraud now considered just a part of the standard deviation?

THE NEW NORMAL.

Fraud in a federal election is a violation of the 14th amendment. I realize that the gubernatorial race is not federal but still...

Unfortunately, it has become the new normal.  Nothing will be done.

Nobody gives a crap what hard-working producers need to build an economy.

Everything's a casino these days and the house always has the edge...

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Re: Evidence of Widespread Voter Fraud Found in Virginia Governor’s Race
« Reply #8 on: November 11, 2013, 11:26:06 AM »
If our side is unwilling to dirty their hands, we must continue to live happily with the results.

That depends on just how dirty one should get.  Get too dirty and you eventually end up becoming what it was you set out to oppose.  That being said, at this point Occam's Razor suggests that the GOP's biggest problem is the near-total inability to take control of its own message and present republican/conservative principles in a way that engages and intrigues people.  For the most part now all one hears is reactive, defensive language:  republicans/conservatives reacting to democrat statements about what republicans/conservatives want to do, and all that accomplishes - other than making one look weak - is to allow the democrats to control the terms of debate, including definitional matters (i.e., "fair" in the democrat/liberal lexicon bears little or no relationship to the plain/dictionary meaning of the term).

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Re: Evidence of Widespread Voter Fraud Found in Virginia Governor’s Race
« Reply #9 on: November 11, 2013, 05:23:20 PM »
Unfortunately, it has become the new normal.  Nothing will be done.

Nobody gives a crap what hard-working producers need to build an economy.

Everything's a casino these days and the house always has the edge...
Exactly
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Re: Evidence of Widespread Voter Fraud Found in Virginia Governor’s Race
« Reply #10 on: November 11, 2013, 09:10:23 PM »
That depends on just how dirty one should get.  Get too dirty and you eventually end up becoming what it was you set out to oppose.  That being said, at this point Occam's Razor suggests that the GOP's biggest problem is the near-total inability to take control of its own message and present republican/conservative principles in a way that engages and intrigues people.  For the most part now all one hears is reactive, defensive language:  republicans/conservatives reacting to democrat statements about what republicans/conservatives want to do, and all that accomplishes - other than making one look weak - is to allow the democrats to control the terms of debate, including definitional matters (i.e., "fair" in the democrat/liberal lexicon bears little or no relationship to the plain/dictionary meaning of the term).

Perhaps some conservatives could band together and shutdown the government and force the American people to listen to conservatism?

Here are the 2 questions non-conservatives weigh when deciding who to vote for.

1).  "What will the candidate do for me?"
2).  "What will the candidate do to me?"

If our candidates answer with words like principled leadership, or liberty, or freedom, or ideals...then we are answering in a conservative voice that will be ignored by non conservatives.

Our answers should be stuff like...

I will create jobs.
I will lower taxes.
I will stop government spying on its people.

In that order.
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Re: Evidence of Widespread Voter Fraud Found in Virginia Governor’s Race
« Reply #11 on: November 11, 2013, 09:34:29 PM »
Perhaps some conservatives could band together and shutdown the government and force the American people to listen to conservatism?

Here are the 2 questions non-conservatives weigh when deciding who to vote for.

1).  "What will the candidate do for me?"
2).  "What will the candidate do to me?"

If our candidates answer with words like principled leadership, or liberty, or freedom, or ideals...then we are answering in a conservative voice that will be ignored by non conservatives.

Our answers should be stuff like...

I will create jobs.
I will lower taxes.
I will stop government spying on its people.

In that order.
Good point.

What to say, and how to say it. Reagan talked to people calmly, but seriously.


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