Romney's biggest donors and fundraisers planned to attend a private party at the Westin Hotel next to the Boston Convention and Exposition Center, where Romney was scheduled to speak after the election results were announced. His acceptance speech and President Elect platform had already been posted on his campaign website.
Why was Mitt Romney so confident?.
It's Because Your Vote Was Being Hacked.
BUT SOMETHING WENT WRONG.
In states where the winner will be decided by
less than 10%, of the vote,
Romney already knows he will win.
This is no tinfoil hat conspiracy. Its
a maths problem.
And mathematics showed changes in actual raw voting data
that had no statistical correlation other than programmable computer fraud.
The point where the vote flipper is activated/deactivated
is visible to the naked eye on most charts.
"Vote Flipping" refers to an unauthorized computer software attack which covertly
enacts an exchange of votes between candidates, while keeping the total number of votes intact.
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UPDATE: Romney was stoic as he talked to the president, an aide said, but his wife Ann cried. Running mate Paul Ryan seemed genuinely shocked, the adviser said. Ryan's wife Janna also was shaken and cried softly. "There's nothing worse than when you think you're going to win, and you don't," said another adviser. "It was like a sucker punch." Their emotion was visible on their faces when they walked on stage after Romney finished his remarks, which Romney had hastily composed, knowing he had to say something. Both wives looked stricken, and Ryan himself seemed grim.
all were thrust on that stage without understanding what had just happened.
"He was shellshocked," one adviser said of Romney.
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This computer fraud resulted in votes being flipped from Democrat to Republican in every federal, senatorial, congressional and gubernatorial election since 2008 (thus far) and in the 2012 primary contests from other Republicans to Mitt Romney.
Vote flipping gave Romney a 57,000-vote victory over Santorum in Wisconsin. Absent vote flipping, Santorum would have won over Romney by about 54,000 according to the analysis. Was Wisconsin the only state where Romney’s share of the vote increased in this way as precinct size increased? No. There were eleven states that showed this amazing anomaly, Romney gaining in votes and margins as precinct size increased.
This goes well beyond Romneys investment control in voting machine maker Hart Intercivic and Diebolds close ties to George W. Bush. Indeed all five voting machine companies have very strong GOP fundraising ties, yet executives (including the candidates son Tagg Romney) insist there is no conflict between massively supporting one party financially whilst controlling the machines that record and count the votes.
A retired NSA analyst has spent
seven years studying computerized voting anomalies. He applied a simple mathematical
formula to past election results across Arizona. His results showed across-the-board
systemic election fraud on a coordinated and massive scale.
The National Security Agency (NSA) is a cryptologic intelligence agency of the United States Department of Defense responsible for the collection and analysis of foreign communications and foreign signals intelligence, as well as protecting U.S. government communications and information systems (i.e.-computers), which involves information security and cryptanalysis/cryptography.
When the analyst applied a mathematical model to actual voting results in the largest voting precincts, he saw that only the large precincts suddenly trended towards Mitt Romney in the Arizona primary – and indeed all Republicans in every election since 2008 – by a factor of 8%-10%. The Republican candidate in every race saw an 8-10%. gain in his totals whilst the Democrat lost 8-10%. This is a swing of up to 20 point, enough to win an election unless a candidate was losing very badly.
Since sifting through and decoding massive amounts of data was his work for decades on behalf of the National Security Agency, he wanted to understand why this was ONLY happening in large precincts.
He examined and applied all of the normal statistical markers to see where a variance might occur: income level, population density, race, urban vs. rural, even party registration numbers. He found no correlation to explain why Romney votes trended upward while Paul and Santorum votes trended downward -yet only in large precincts.
The idea of examining large precinct results came via a link
to a report written by Francois Choquette and James Johnson. Choquette became
curious about South Carolina primary results in the February Republican contest.
There a poll observer noted an unusually big gain of votes for Mitt Romney in
larger precincts than in smaller ones. Choquette wanted to know, why?
Choquette then looked at all 50 states and found roughly a 10% switch in votes from Democrat to GOP. This was noted in every state except Utah, where the presumption was, as it was Mitt’s religious home state and very conservative, there was no chance of Romney losing and no variance was found.
This isn’t the first time Republicans have been charged with vote theft. It happened in the 2004 presidential election, in Ohio and Florida.
In Ohio, GOP consultant Michael Connell claimed that the vote count computer program he had created for the state had a trap door that shifted Democratic votes to the GOP. He was subpoenaed as a witness in a lawsuit against then-Secretary of State Ken Blackwell, and lawyers for the plaintiff asked the Dept. of Justice to provide him with security because there were two threats made against Connell’s life by people associated with Karl Rove. But in Dec. 2008, before the trial began, Connell was killed in a plane crash outside Akron Ohio.
There were problems in Florida, as well.
A study by the Quantitative Methods Research Team at the University of California at Berkeley found that anomalies between Florida counties using touch-screen voting and those using other methods could not be explained statistically. Noting the higher-than-expected votes for Bush in three large Democratic counties, Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach, Michael Hout, a Berkeley professor who did the study said there were strong suspicions of vote-rigging.
“No matter how many factors and variables we took into consideration, the significant correlation in the votes for President Bush and electronic voting cannot be explained,” Hout said. “The study shows that a county’s use of electronic voting resulted in a disproportionate increase in votes for President Bush. There is just a trivial probability of evidence like this appearing in a population where the true difference is zero—less than once in a thousand chances.”
Republican Thomas Charles Feeney, III, known as Tom Feeney, (born May 21, 1958), represented Florida's 24th congressional district. He served two terms there before running for lieutenant governor of Florida as Jeb Bush's running mate in 1994.
Feeney was Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives from 2000 to 2002.
In October 2000, Republican Speaker of the House Feeney asked Clint Curtis, then a computer programmer at Yang Enterprises, to DESIGN A COMPUTER PROGRAM TO FALSIFY TOUCH-SCREEN VOTING RESULTS IN PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA.
(Curtis, the programmer, passed a lie detector test re his 2006 testimony, which appears in the video below.)
Republican Speaker Feeney, one of the most conservative members of the House, was named one of the most corrupt members of Congress four times running. His district gave George W. Bush 52% of the vote in 2000, and 56% in 2004. A three-judge panel of United States circuit judges for the District of Columbia Circuit unanimously refused to allow federal prosecutors to subpoena Feeney's sealed testimony which he had provided to the House Ethics Committee. View the programmers testimony.
UP THEIR COVER STORY
NOVEMBER 6, 2012 REPORTS
I initially selected Obama but Romney was highlighted. I assumed it was being picky so I deselected Romney and tried Obama again, this time more carefully, and still got Romney. Being a software developer, I immediately went into troubleshoot mode. I first thought the calibration was off and tried selecting Jill Stein to actually highlight Obama. Nope. Jill Stein was selected just fine. Next I deselected her and started at the top of Romney's name and started tapping very closely together to find the 'active areas'. From the top of Romney's button down to the bottom of the black checkbox beside Obama's name was all active for Romney. From the bottom of that same checkbox to the bottom of the Obama button (basically a small white sliver) is what let me choose Obama. Stein's button was fine. All other buttons worked fine.
I asked the voters on either side of me if they had any problems and they reported they did not. I then called over a volunteer to have a look at it. She him hawed for a bit then calmly said "It's nothing to worry about, everything will be OK." and went back to what she was doing. I then recorded this video.
There is a lot of speculation that the footage is edited. I'm not a video guy, but if it's possible to prove whether a video has been altered or not, I will GLADLY provide the raw footage to anyone who is willing to do so. The jumping frames are a result of the shitty camera app on my Android phone, nothing more.
More Problems: The Lawyer's Committee has received calls from Ohio saying that voting machines in Dayton, Toledo, and Cleveland are non-functional. Some voters in Ohio complained of regular ballots being placed in provisional ballot boxesprovisional ballots are less likely to be counted. At one polling station in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 300 voters were standing in line to vote because only one voting machine was working, while other polling stations were critically understaffed.
True the Vote, the Tea Party aligned group that ostensibly exists to prevent voter fraud, has allegedly committed voter fraud.
Voter ID problems in Philly: Confusion and dirty tricks. Even though a Pennsylvania court ruled that voters would not be required to show ID in this year's election, poll workers around Philadelphia and surrounding counties have been demanding ID. "There's a lot of honest misunderstanding, and maybe some not so honest," said Zack Stalberg, CEO of The Committee of Seventy election watchdog agency. An Allegheny County judge has also ordered that Republican operatives stop demanding ID from voters outside polling places.
MULTIPLE REPORTS of electronic voting machine irregularities have begun to pour in from all over the country as Americans take to the polls today.
Voters in Hamilton County Indianapolis were forced to wait for 30 minutes to begin voting because the machines were not working when the polling station opened.
The AP reports that cards used to clear tallies from machines before voting begins were improperly programmed, meaning that around 500 machines had to be reset.
The Toledo Blade reports that some 100 voters were unable to cast ballots this morning in Bedford, Ohio, because a voting machine was not working. Officials said that a memory card had to be replaced. Long lines led to people walking away.
In Dubuque, Iowa, more voters were delayed when machines failed to operate for around 45 minutes after the polling station opened.
Reports from across North Carolina, one of the key swing states, are pouring in suggesting that voting machines are flipping votes from one candidate to the other.
In Charlotte, another voter reported the same problem.
In Rehoboth, Massachusetts problems with voting machines were also noted. The machines officials are using are 14 years old, according to the report. Problems were also reported in Tewksbury, Massachusetts.
In Milford Township, Pennsylvania, three voting machines stopped working after just one hour of voting. After a technician got them working again, one of them broke down a second time, causing waiting voters to begin discussing their distrust of the machines and the potential for voter fraud.
In Crawford County, problems with machines were also reported. They had not been set to the correct time, so were unable to be used for a short period of time.
In Pittsburgh, voters have reported multiple problems with voting machines.
In Sandy Springs, Georgia, hundreds of people were delayed when voting machines went down at around 11 a.m.
In Nashville, Tennessee, technical issues with the machines were reported by many voters, while in Chattanooga, machines malfunctioned, meaning some voters had to put their ballots in the machine without them being scanned.
In Fredericksburg, Northern Virginia, hundreds of voters were turned away as all of the electronic voting machines at one polling station failed to operate. Polling workers only had 50 paper ballots available. Worse still, some voters who used the machines were told that their votes would not count if they had placed them before 8am.
In Spartanburg County, South Carolina, voting machines have failed to work all day and election officials have twice run out of paper ballots.
In Faulkner County, Arkansas, machines were reported inoperable.
Some areas in Virginia reported voting machine problems.
An election worker in Oregon is facing a criminal investigation for allegedly altering multiple ballots to benefit Republican candidates. 55-year-old Deanna Swenson was “relieved of duty immediately after the alleged ballot tampering was discovered.” Swenson, who was registered as a Republican, was accused of filling in a Republican straight ticket on ballots where voters did not specify a choice. At a Monday emergency meeting, officials in Clackamas County announced that the altered ballots would not be counted. Since ballots were anonymous, disenfranchised voters would not be given a chance to re-cast their votes. Swenson has worked in elections since at least 2000, according to the Clackamas County spokesperson.
Voters in California have complained that voting machines switched their votes for Obama to Romney.
Judge rejects bid to stop new Ohio voting software. A federal judge rejected a last-minute bid to stop the Ohio Secretary of State from using new software to report the votes. Although Ohio Green Party chairman Robert Fitrakis claimed a software change implemented by Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted created "imminent risk" that persons will be able to "access the recording and tabulation of votes cast by Ohio voters," the company, Election Systems & Software, Inc. (ES&S), and Husted denied the claims. The judge ruled that the "software does not count votes and has no capability to 'write' over or otherwise change election results stored in county computers tabulating the vote."
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http://www.themoneyparty.org/main/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/2008_2012_ElectionsResultsAnomaliesAndAnalysis_V1.51.pdf Francois Choquette and James Johnson