- Law Cases
by Sharon Rondeau
(Nov. 12, 2012) — 9:12 p.m. EST – Sean Hannity of Fox News is discussing voter fraud in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Florida in regard to last Tuesday’s election now. Hannity is also interviewing Rep. Allen West, who has been told that he did not win his bid for re-election in Florida. West believes there was foul play in the vote count on the night of the election which threw the contest to his opponent, Patrick Murphy.
The Post & Email began publicizing the possibility of voter fraud within several days of the election which could have affected the outcome.
Blogger and researcher Martha Trowbridge has begun an effort to discover if voting machines might have been reprogrammed to “flip” votes from one candidate to the other, which has been reported to have been done in a close state election in Ohio and testified about in court. Trowbridge asserts that if the votes were flipped internally after being cast, it cannot be detected by normal recounts.
Romney reportedly received no votes in parts of Pennsylvania and Ohio, which Hannity, Glenn Beck and others are now questioning. Alex Jones reported on November 9 that an expert in voter fraud said that “a substantial number of votes for Mitt Romney in the key battleground states of Florida and Ohio, both of which went to Obama, were not even counted before the result was announced.”
West is questioning the outcome of his election because he had been ahead in his race at midnight on election night but by 1:00 a.m. was outpaced by several thousand votes for his opponent, Patrick Murphy.
Atty. Orly Taitz has suggested that because Obama’s birth certificate is “forged,” he did not compete fairly in the election and that Republican candidate Mitt Romney should challenge the results. Taitz has filed numerous cases challenging Obama’s constitutional eligibility and the authenticity of his documents, including his Selective Service registration card, long-form birth certificate and Social Security number.
If widespread fraud is found in last week’s election, was it present in the 2008 election also?
Has there really ever een a “President Obama?”
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