WILL INTEGRITY BE RESTORED TO U.S. ELECTIONS?
by Sharon Rondeau
Voter irregularities have been identified in many states, including non-English-speaking people apparently having been driven to a polling station in Ohio and instructed to vote for Democrats.
On Thursday, it was reported that more than 1,200 people have been identified as most likely ineligible to vote in Iowa after casting votes on November 6.
The Post & Email has called on Rep. Darrell Issa to conduct a forensic investigation of the November 6 presidential election. The results were announced at about midnight to have been won by Obama after he reportedly won a majority of votes in Ohio and other swing states. Earlier that evening, Romney had been leading in both the electoral and popular votes after only East Coast voting had been reported. Romney won all of the predictably-Republican states of Kansas, Oklahoma, Montana, Texas and the Deep South, with the exception of Florida, which did not finish counting until several days later.
Obama’s “home state” of Illinois has long been known for various types of corruption, including election fraud. Obama’s home state was reportedly Hawaii before it was Illinois, although his biographer also said he was born in Kenya. Obama has called Jakarta, Indonesia, his “old home town.” Prior to and after the 2008 election, millions of citizens questioned whether or not Obama meets the U.S. Constitution’s Article II requirement of “natural born Citizen.”
Obama cast his vote in Illinois during the early voting period, but many question if he is even a U.S. citizen given his reported exotic background.
An organization identified as the Citizens Bureau of Investigation (CBI) claims that the Obama campaign effected invisible election theft by altering computer software programs so that votes for Romney would be switched to votes for Obama, thereby solidifying what had been Obama’s struggle to retain his position in the White House. Months after the Republican primary but shortly before the general election, Democrats claimed that Republicans had manipulated the primary votes to nominate Mitt Romney in the same manner identified by the CBI.
Some had predicted that the Obama regime would “steal” the election by allowing illegal aliens to vote. Prior to the election, Eric Holder and the U.S. Department of Justice sued several states for passing laws requiring photo identification in order to cast a vote.
Former Obama campaign leaders have accused Gallup, Inc., a major polling firm for the past 50 years, for favoring Republicans when Obama had actually been ahead. Gallup was not the only group to have reported Romney ahead in the months and weeks leading up to the election, although both candidates were reportedly very close and within the margin of error.
Despite a record amount of money spent on congressional campaigns in 2012, the House and Senate are approximately the same as before the election, with Republicans retaining the House and Democrats the Senate. The party which controls the Senate decides whether or not to pass or even consider legislation passed by the House.