Zombie blogs run defense for Reid, completely ignoring last week’s vote fraud scandal
Paul Joseph Watson
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
The search term “Steal Nevada” has topped Google Trends as new evidence emerges that strongly indicates Senate leader Harry Reid may have stolen last night’s election from pre-election favorite Sharron Angle.
In a piece entitled Hard Data Supporting Fraudulent Activity in Nevada Election, after analyzing the pre-election polls from other states and the actual result in Nevada, the Free Republic blog notes that in every other example cited, the final result closely resembled the pre-election surveys.
However, in the case of the Reid-Angle race, the result differed from the pre-election polls by a massive swing of up to 9 per cent.
The data shows, “a great deviation not only outside of the consistently polled trends but well beyond the margin of error,” notes the blog.
After our earlier article pointing out innumerable suspicious circumstances surrounding the Nevada race, the search term “steal Nevada” shot to number one spot on Google Trends.
As is usually the case when we promote a Google search term, a gaggle of zombie blogs attempt to steal our traffic by re-writing our articles, or in some cases just copying our work wholesale without credit, and then dismissing the entire issue as a conspiracy theory.
For example, one such blog states, “Some bloggers are claiming that Reid could not have won fair and square because he trailed Angle by four points in some pre-election polls. Yet they have also not explained what he did to cheat.”
These articles sound like they are written by 3rd graders and display absolutely no knowledge whatsoever of the abundance of evidence of fraud involving electronic voting machines for over a decade.
In our original article we provided several smoking guns that clearly pointed to Reid engaging in fraud.
– His son Rory is the county commissioner for Clark Count, Nevada’s most populous county, and controls the electronic voting machines.
– The voting machines were serviced by technicians from the corrupt pro-Reid union SEIU (Service Employees International Union).
– As early voting began, Angle supporters complained that the voting machines were auto-checking Reid’s name on the ballot, meaning they were unable to vote for Angle.
– Angle’s own campaign attorney came out last week and accused the Reid campaign of engaging in dirty tricks and criminal behavior in order to try and steal the election.
The question now remains – will the Angle campaign step up to the plate and call for an investigation into vote fraud, or will they meekly surrender and allow Reid to get away with potentially stealing the election?
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This article was posted: Wednesday, November 3, 2010 at 1:42 pm