Saturday, November 10, 2012

Allen West Seeks Recount Amid Growing Vote Count Scandal

On election night incumbent Republican Allen West had maintained a district-wide lead of nearly 2000 votes until St. Lucie County Supervisor of Elections Gertrude Walker inexplicably “recounted” thousands of early ballots, resulting in 4,400 vote shift to the challenger. Observers on the scene say the process is biased and the election results are fatally compromised. Mr. West is asking a court to impound the ballots and order a recount.


Anonymous said...

HAW HAW! West is OUT! Good riddance to bad rubbish.

Anonymous said...

Mike, please run, don't walk, to this page:

And click on the line (link) that reads:

Statement of Votes Cast St. Lucie County 2012 General Election November 6, 2012*

That is an 800kb PDF reporting all the Election 2012 voting data for St. Lucie County, Florida.

Look at the MASSIVE number of votes in EACH voting precinct versus the number of registrants in those precincts.

How FAST can you contact Florida's electors, who plan to cast their votes for OBAMA in one month?

The Electoral College's deadline for resolving controversies is December 11.

Check out other states, too . . . the vote fraud was rampant!!

Can your friend Issa and/or his legal-eagle sidekick, Trey Gowdy, do anything to put the Russia/Venezuela-style election anomalies in front of Congress's eyeballs?

Anonymous said...

West knows it was stolen. The fix was in.

Anonymous said...

Thanks, Harp, for helping me see I didn't make myself clear. I was talking about the PDF's first two pages. Those data indicate that ROMNEY was a victim of vote fraud in the same county that tried to terminate Allen West.

That is why Florida's electors need to be notified before they cast their votes in December for/against the contenders for PRESIDENT.

Though, on second thought, maybe most of those 29 electors already know and are DETERMINED to vote Romney out?

I also believe the vote count on pages 1 and 2 imply a fraud pattern that could be discovered nationwide, if anyone cared to investigate all the precincts' vote statements, especially those in the battleground states.

This is the link for the St. Lucie County, Florida, vote tabulations (the PDF). Please do look at those first two pages that follow the heading:

     Statement of Votes Cast