Tuesday, July 26, 2011

More Evidence That Republicans Stole 2004 Presidential Election

Would America be engrossed in 3 wars an economic crisis now if Senator John Kerry actually had won the White House in 2004?

The probability of widespread vote manipulation in Ohio during the 2004 presidential election appears at this point to be one of the most underreported political stories of the century, and another prime example of the main stream media dropping the ball on a story that could of literally changed American history.

Republican Kenneth Blackwell  the Ohio Secretary Of State at the time and Michael Connell who served as the IT guru for the Bush family and Karl Rove seems to be at the middle of the vote "hacking" plot, further exposed in recent court filings.  Court documents and testimony add additional credence to the probability that the election was stolen for George Bush. The new evidence also indicate the hacking of votes may of been controlled directly through the White House.

Kerry lost the State of Ohio by 118775 votes amid reports of widespread voting irregularities. Had Ohio gone to Kerry he would of been elected president. Connell died a month and a half after giving a deposition about the allegations in a suspicious small plane crash. It will be interesting to see if we ever get the truth. It would not surprise me or anyone with a brain if we found out that Carl Rove was the middleman in this criminal manipulation of the outcome of the 2004 election.

1 comment:

  1. Election Fraud Analysis: Confirmation of a Kerry Landslide

    Richard Charnin (TruthIsAll)


    Introduction: To Believe Bush Won…

    1. When Decided
    2. Bush Approval Ratings
    3. The Final 5 Million Recorded Votes
    4. The Final Exit Poll: Forced to Match the Vote
    5. Within Precinct Discrepancy
    6. New Voters
    7. Party ID
    8. Gender
    9. Implausible Gore Voter Defection
    10. Voter Turnout
    11. Urban Legend
    12. Location Size
    13. Sensitivity Analysis
    14. Did Kerry Win 360 EV?
    15. Election Simulation Analysis
    16. Exit Poll Response Optimization
    17. Florida
    18. Ohio
    19. New York

    A. Election Model: Nov.1 Projection
    B. Interactive Monte Carlo Simulation: Pre-election and Exit Polls
    C. 1988-2004 Election Calculator: The True Vote
    D. The 2000-2004 County Vote Database
    E. Statistics and Probability: Mathematics of Polling