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Voter Fraud: "The Worst That I Have Seen & It Was State Wide In The Pivotal Swing State Of FL

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Voter Fraud: “The Worst That I Have Seen & It Was State Wide In The Pivotal Swing State Of FL. State Wide Had An Average Voter Turnout Of An Unbelievable 141%. Every County In Florida Had A Mnimum Of 114% Voter Turnout. The Nation’s Average Voter Turnout Is Around 70% At Best. One County In FL Had A Turnout Of 182.35%.”
Tuesday, November 20, 2012 13:29

 

By Pastor Roger Anghis November 18, 2012 NewsWithViews.com

The election of 2012 is proving to be the most corrupt election ever in the United States. Stories are coming in from all over the nation where the electronic machines check off Obama when Romney’s name was chosen. Has the left finally been able to rig the machines so that no matter who is voted for their candidate gets the vote? I think so.

In 59 Philadelphia voting divisions Romney did not get one single vote. Obama got them all. Most dictators can’t get results like that. In Maine they are looking into allegations of voter fraud in several counties where blacks went into polling places to vote but there are no blacks that live in the community.

The worst that I have seen and it was state wide in the pivotal swing state of Florida. State wide had an average voter turnout of an unbelievable 141%. Every county in Florida had a minimum of 114% voter turnout. The nations average voter turnout is around 70% at best. One county in Florida had a turnout of 182.35%.

How can any reasonable person not have serious questions about these numbers? How can the Republican party simply stand by and not do anything about what is obviously voter fraud. AG Eric Holder has fought every single state that has tried to establish some form of voter ID. It is plan as the nose on your face that these laws are needed. The lefts cries of voter suppression are only half right. We are not trying to suppress the vote of any legal voter. Having an ID is part of everyday life. You have to have one to cash a check, get prescriptions, go to the Democrat National Convention, vote in a union election, but the unions oppose national voter ID laws, interesting isn’t it? What we are trying to suppress are those that are voting multiple times, dead people. I have been told that when most voters vote republican when they are alive, they only vote Democrat when the die.

In an excerpt from an article on WND.com Joseph Farah wrote: In September, the Columbus Dispatch in Ohio reported this sad and ugly news: “More than one out of every five registered Ohio voters is probably ineligible to vote. In two counties, the number of registered voters actually exceeds the voting-age population: Northwestern Ohio’s Wood County shows 109 registered voters for every 100 eligible, while in Lawrence County along the Ohio River it’s a mere 104 registered per 100 eligible. Another 31 counties show registrations at more than 90 percent of those eligible, a rate regarded as unrealistic by most voting experts. The national average is a little more than 70 percent. In a close presidential election where every vote might count, which ones to count might become paramount on Election Day – and in possible legal battles afterward.”

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