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– ELECTION Fraud? Why Did ABC-TV Post Illinois GOP Primary “Vote Count” 24 Hours Early?! A “Test”? (SGT Report, Mar 20, 2012):
On the eve before the GOP Illinois primary, one might ask:
How the hell does SGTreport have election “results” for a Republican primary in Illinois which has yet to take place?
We have long argued that the fix is in, but this… um… leaves us speechless. We don’t believe these numbers will represent the “actual” results of Tuesday’s Primary, the question is, why are ANY results, and a clear winner shown here? And why is Ron Paul shown with only 3% of the vote?
Posted on – MONDAY NIGHT, March 19th – on the web site of Chicago ABC News Affiliate WLS-TV are the following election results, clearly labeled as “Illinois Races, Federal Offices”. If we have this wrong, please let us know why this information exists in ANY form. Or, if we are indeed living in a banana republic, copy that. You now have our blessing to move out of the country.
The time stamped screen shot from my computer, on Monday, March 19, 2012 at 11:29 p.m. CST is posted below.
**UPDATE: Some time around 12:40 a.m. CST on Tuesday morning the web page (original link below) with the election data you see here was removed from the WLS-TV website.
1 thought on “ABC News Posts Illinois GOP Primary ‘Vote Count’ 24 Hours Early”
Surely you know how they get results 24 hours early…the entire system is rigged, the vote is a joke. Citizens United ruling by the supreme court silenced our voices forever. Between the onslaught of ads promoting corporate candidates from all parties and their own corporate issues and the rigged machines, the fix is in.
Caesar Augustus did the same thing when he took over Rome. Most Romans wanted a return to the republic which was hijacked by his uncle, Julius Caesar. Augustus would pick the men he wanted to work in his government and then they would put up straw men to run against them. The straw men were usually unknown and unqualified for the positions. The Romans would vote, and his people always won.
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