Can you trust election results?

Do you think the Presidential election is rigged?

The 2012 United States Presidential Election is two weeks away – and many people I’ve spoken with have a feeling that the whole process can and might just be a big scam.

For one, The Daily Caller spotted that one local network news channel had a graphic that already had “election results” on the screen for several seconds:

Mysterious Absentee Voters

Take a look at the Civitas Institute of North Carolina website, where they check out absentee voter turnout.

They noticed over 2600 people who were over 110 years old – including some 134, 239 and 247 years old!

What about the military? Who’s counting?

There has been some controversy regarding a foreign company that will be handling some of the absentee balloting for many states.

Scytl will be handling military votes overseas for nine states: New York, Washington, Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, New Mexico, South Carolina, Mississippi and Indiana.

Additionally, there may have been a shortage of military votes received because deadline dates were incorrectly disseminated. Regardless, the military votes are down by a staggering number. Why, exactly?

Do you trust the system?

5 Responses

  1. Holygoof says:

    Do you know how hard it would be rig the presidential election in the US? The logistics would be tremendous and the level of secrecy nearly impossible to maintain. It’s easy to look for a conspiracy but the actual answers are usually not that complex or sexy.

    Take the graphic on the People’s Court for example. I bet the truth is closer to the fact that the station is preparing their election graphics and in the course of testing someone probably inadvertently made the graphic live.

    What is that graphic even referencing? Is it popular vote? Which doesn’t necessarily translate to electoral college votes. And if 99% are reporting why do the numbers only add up to 83%?

    I’ll make you a deal, if at any time on election day that graphic is showing “reality” I’ll buy you a beer.

  2. homeworld says:

    Jess Boss for President!

  3. whineanddineinhob says:

    I always had major trust in elections……….that is, until I seen the bullshit Jeb Bush pulled in Floriday to get his brother elected. I think it’s still unclear considering those “chads” on ballots were ever fully investigated. Yes, I do believe elections can be rigged when the results are so close where one state can decide an election.

  4. Schmidty says:

    I moved to Hoboken 4 years ago from NC. I registered to vote in NJ, and cancelled my NC registration. But funny enough, NC never cancelled my registration, so I’m actively registered to vote in two states. I obviously won’t vote twice, and have already contacted NC, but how many other people out there aren’t honest?

    • whineanddineinhob says:

      LMAO. Well, you moved to the right State Schmidty. There was a time when a voter would vote 3 and 4 times using the names off grave stones. Goes to show how NJ handled voter registrations.[quote comment=”217700″]I moved to Hoboken 4 years ago from NC. I registered to vote in NJ, and cancelled my NC registration. But funny enough, NC never cancelled my registration, so I’m actively registered to vote in two states. I obviously won’t vote twice, and have already contacted NC, but how many other people out there aren’t honest?[/quote]

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