Obama likely won re-election thru election fraud!
GET OVER IT?.....i don't think so!
by Rachel Alexander
Nov 11, 2012
There were many factors that hurt Mitt Romney and favored Barack
Obama in the 2012 presidential election. The Democrats portrayed Romney
in the worst light possible; as a wealthy, out of touch millionaire who
wanted to return women to the 1800's. The left wing media predictably
did everything it could to perpetuate that false caricature. Obama's
race was an advantage; voters of all persuasions, particularly
minorities, still cannot get over the allure of the first black
president. The 47% of Americans on welfare were predisposed to vote for
the food stamp president over Romney, wanting the free goodies to keep
on giving, despite the long-term unsustainability. Its a 'gimme now' generation. That's the main reason Romney was chosen by the wheels behind the scenes over someone of TRUE grit like Gingrich. Powers that be knew that Romney's mild manner and 'rich-out-of-touch old white man image' was just what they would need to win.
The entire election from start to finish was most likely orchestrated, and planned BEFORE the election. It was known who would win. They just wanted to make it as easy on the President as possible. It worked.
In spite of those odds, polls indicated that Romney was going to win
the election. The economy is close to Great Depression era conditions,
and unemployment is almost as high as when Obama entered office.
Economic conditions became so dire after Obama took office it prompted
the rise of an entire new movement, the Tea Party. Presidents rarely win
reelection when the economy is in the tank.
So how did Romney lose a race that numerous reputable polls and
pundits predicted would be an easy win, based on historical patterns?
The most realistic explanation is voter fraud in a few swing states.
According to the Columbus Dispatch, one out of every five
registered voters in Ohio is ineligible to vote. In at least two
counties in Ohio, the number of registered voters exceeded
the number of eligible adults who are of voting age. In northwestern
Ohio's Wood County, there are 109 registered voters for every 100 people
eligible to vote. An additional 31 of Ohio's 88 counties have voter
registration rates over 90%, which most voting experts regard as
suspicious. Obama miraculously won 100% of the vote in 21 districts in
Cleveland, and received over 99% of the vote where GOP inspectors were illegally removed.
The inflated numbers can't just reflect voters who have moved,
because the average voting registration level nationwide is only 70%.
The vast majority of voters over the 70% level are not voting because
they want to, they are voting because someone is getting them to cast a
vote, one way or another. Those 31 counties are most likely the largest
counties in Ohio, representing a majority of Ohio voters. This means the
number of votes cast above the 70% typical voter registration level
easily tops 100,000, the margin Obama won Ohio by.
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