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2016-04-04

〔米大統領選〕◆ ヒラリーが「勝利」したアイオワ、ネバダ州で、実はサンダースさんが勝っていた(「明確な証拠がある」)! / マサチューセッツでも、「手書き投票」でサンダースさんが勝利も、「電子投・開票」では、なぜか全敗し、ヒラリーが勝利! ―― 米国の調査報道ジャーナリストが「選挙不正」に警鐘!/ アリゾナでは「左派寄り」(つまりサンダースさん支持)住民の多い都市部の投票所が消える!

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 ★ 日本の場合、参院選(同時選)において「電子開票・集計システム」に対して監視の目を光らせる必要がある。

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 ★ もし、これが事実であれば、サンダース陣営は民主党大統領を決める全国大会の会場から総退場し、サンダースさんを独立候補として担ぎ上げ、大統領選を闘う準備も進めなければならない!

 

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 〔★は大沼〕 ◎ rsn(読者支援ニューズ) : Is the 2016 Election Already Being Stripped & Flipped?
 (3日)⇒ http://readersupportednews.org/opinion2/277-75/36110-focus-is-the-2016-election-already-being-stripped-a-flipped 

•Despite the claim that Hillary Clinton “won” the Iowa and Nevada caucuses, there’s clear evidence Bernie was the rightful winner in both states. In Iowa, Clinton’s “victory” apparently turned on six coin tosses, all of which she allegedly won.

•There’s clear evidence that Bernie actually won the Massachusetts primary, which the corporate media and official vote count gave to Hillary. Analyst Richard Charnin has examined pre-election polls and post-election exit polls, both showing Bernie substantially ahead of Clinton prior to the voting. In a phenomenon we have seen elsewhere (most notably as George W. Bush “beat” John Kerry in New Mexico 2004), Bernie won all the precincts with hand-counted paper ballots but lost all the ones with electronic voting machines. Exit polls significantly “outside the statistical margin of error” are the international gold standard for determining election fraud. If the U.S. held the same standards as the European Union, the government would be conducting investigations for election fraud not only in the Massachusetts primary but also in the Missouri, Illinois, and Ohio primaries.

•In Arizona we saw a re-run of Ohio 2004, where left-leaning Democratic urban areas were stripped of precincts and short-changed on voting machines and back-up paper ballots, resulting in long lines and thousands of citizens being deprived of their vote. African-Americans in Cleveland, Columbus, Toledo, Dayton, and Cincinnati waited up to seven hours and more to vote in 2004, causing mass disenfranchisement that helped give Bush Ohio and a second term in the White House. In Arizona this year, thousands of citizens were also robbed of their vote due to the elimination of precincts, machine shortages, and the failure to provide back-up paper ballots. Many were handed provisional ballots which regularly are discarded and never counted.

Posted by 大沼安史 at 04:02 午後 |