Did Mitt Romney actually win the legal part of this election?
We are taking election tampering and fraud head on, featuring key states with the worst apparent offenses, head on, in running entries/threads. This is Wisconsin.
This comes from a thread in an article that brings up questions about the vote in St. Lucie Co., Florida.
Seth Alu November 10, 2012 11:10 AM
LOOK AT THESE NUMBERS!! — Make this go VIRAL!!
by Seth Alu·
Wisconsin trending republican? LOOK AT THESE NUMBERS!!
The only reason why I looked at Wisconsin is because of the recent anecdotal evidence with the Scott Walker elections in both 2010 and 2012. It immediately jumped at me that something just did not seem right. In fact, Scott Walker increased his victory margin in his recall election just 5 months ago from his prior election in 2010.
So, to summarize, statewide there is recent anecdotal evidence that WISCONSIN WAS TRENDING MORE REPUBLICAN – NOT LESS.
Approximately 500,000 more voters voted than those that voted 5 months ago. Of those 500,000 new voters only 12.5% voted republican vs the 87.5% new voters voting democrat.
Then I decided to look at a county by county breakdown of votes comparing Scott Walker (R)/Tom Barrett (D) on 5 June 2012 (5 months prior) vs Barrack Obama (D)/Mitt Romney (R) on 6 November 2012 (5 months later).
Below is a breakdown of voting in 3 counties in Wisconsin.
Walker got 61.9% of the vote. He got 10,267 votes. Barrett got 37.6% of the vote. He got 6,242 votes.
Romney got 51% of the vote. He got 10,609 votes. Obama got 48% of the vote. He got 9,868 votes.
Romney got about 340 more republican votes. Obama got about 3,620 more democrat votes.
THAT’S APPROXIMATELY 3,960 MORE VOTERS VOTING THAN THOSE THAT VOTED 5 MONTHS PRIOR. OF THOSE 3,960 NEW VOTERS: 8.6% VOTED REPUBLICAN/91.4% VOTED DEMOCRAT.
(it gets worse…)
Walker got 56.8% of the vote. He got 8,401 votes. Barrett got 42.7% of the vote. He got 6,308 votes.
Romney got 46% of the vote. He got 8,109 votes. Obama got 53% of the vote. He got 9,338 votes.
Romney had a net loss of about 290 republican votes. Obama netted about 3,030 more democrat votes.
THAT’S ABOUT 2,740 MORE VOTERS. ALL 100% OF THOSE 2,740 NEW VOTES WENT DEMOCRAT.
Walker got 62.1% of the vote. He got 36,352 votes. Barrett got 37.2% of the vote. He got 21,809 votes.
Romney got 53% of the vote. He got 36,568 votes. Obama got 46% of the vote. He got 32,330 votes.
Romney got about 215 more republican votes. Obama got about 10,520 more democrat votes.
THAT’S ABOUT 10,735 MORE VOTERS. OF THOSE 10,735 NEW VOTERS: ONLY 2% VOTED REPUBLICAN/AND AN ASTOUNDING 98% VOTED DEMOCRAT.
This is JUST 3 COUNTIES. In every county I looked at, these skewed numbers continued. Some were not as bad. But to me, ALL OF THEM FAILED THE EYEBALL TEST.
Something is just not right. And if it is not right in Wisconsin, then where else is it just not right?
My numbers that I used for the Walker recall election are off of Wikipedia. Comparable numbers are on the Huffington Post:
For the presidential race I got my numbers from Fox News:Replies
- AnonymousNovember 10, 2012 1:17 PM
Some will call it sour grapes, but something is definitely ROTTEN.
I understand the difference in cards vs votes in St Lucie county, but fraud in our country is alive and well, aided and abetted by…. early voting, motor-voter, many little acorns, unions, corrupt media, even the US AG, etc. Can’t tell me that the fraud machine hasn’t been honing its skills for this week, targeting exactly where and how to steal another one.
How the hell does WI vote for Walker in June, and Tammy Baldwin in Nov? Something stinks to high heaven.
- AnonymousNovember 10, 2012 1:18 PM
Wisconsin had vans from Illinois that showed up with voters wearing Bear garb just to really be in people’s faces. IA, WS, MI, PA and others had fraud by precincts no one had access to or flipping digits in software. South FL had all night voting in Broward and Dade. Florida had early voting for over a week. Democrats wanted it extended. Then you had lines in Dade and Broward so they voted until after midnight and Romney only “lost” Florida by 64,000. Meanwhile the media says nothing.
— Mike Merrill (@RightonMainSt) November 11, 2012