Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Democrat turnout in Detroit was down but votes were up, anyway.

There is a strong suspicion that the voter recount in Michigan was abruptly halted when it became evident that Democrat voter fraud was beginning to show up. When the court cancelled the recount the ugly truths sank back in the cesspool they had begun to emerge from. But two telling stories have arrived to shed some new light on it. The two interesting stories are on The Daily Caller web site tonight that tell what happened on election Day in Detroit. What makes them interesting is they should be part of one story. Read the following excerpts and the two sentences I underlined and see.

Hillary Campaign Totally Ignored Dire Warnings From Michigan Ground Team
Around 1 p.m. on Election Day, an operative on the ground in Michigan called [Clinton’s] headquarters [in Brooklyn, NY] to warn them the voter turnout numbers they collected (in defiance of the orders to the contrary) were not looking good for Clinton. Turnout in urban precincts was down 25 percent, the operative told headquarters, and the campaign should possibly be worried.
‘This Isn’t Normal’: Too Many Votes In 37% Of Detroit Precincts
In 248 of Detroit’s 662 precincts, more votes were recorded on voter machines than should have been in the November presidential election, The Detroit News reports.
The state will audit the 20 precincts that showed significant problems. The audit was triggered by shocking results at one polling place where 306 people were recorded to have voted, but only 52 ballots were found sealed in the container.


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