By Jon Rappoport
November 9, 2012
“So look, there are fifteen million votes out there we haven’t counted yet. What do you want to do?”
“How long have the polls been closed?”
“Let’s see. Two hours.”
“The hell with it. Let’s call it a defeat for Prop 37.”
This isn’t over.
We’re not just looking at how many votes in California are still uncounted. We’re not just guessing how it’ll turn out and making little projections. That’s a sucker’s game. We’re looking at real symptoms of fraud. And fraud has tentacles and arms. You see one piece of fraud, you keep digging for other pieces. You usually find them.
Start with the incredibly early projections made by media outlets on election night. Those projections sank Prop 37. When you’re in the middle of a football game and the outcome is still in doubt, if somebody suddenly posts the final score on the scoreboard, that’s called a lie.
It isn’t an estimate or a guess or a prediction. It’s a lie.
There was once a day in American politics when news networks would wait for conclusive election results. They weren’t greedily bent on reporting projections soon and sooner and soonest. So let’s get that projection-brainwashing out of our heads, all right? The whole business of making early and earlier predictions on election night is a sham. And it has the effect of inducing people to tune out.
“Okay, Jones won. That’s that. What percentage of the votes have been counted? One half of one percent? Zero percent? Gee, I guess these prediction guys really know what they’re doing. They must have some fabulous computer models, honey. Let’s watch a CSI rerun…”
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