Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Communist illegal alien declared dictator by secret underground bunker somewhere in Jew York City

by John Lee
Pirate News

In 2012, "One-Percenters" -- voters with the guts and brains to vote for the 5 so-called "third" parties -- proved they have the power to decide who "wins" US presidential elections, by punishing the Republicon party for its cheating of Ron Paul and voting for conservative Congressman Virgil Goode in the Constitution Party and Governor Gary Johnson in the Libertarian Party.

Now that the Republicons intentionally threw the election for their foreign jew bankster masters, by picking an impossible-to-elect Willard Mitt Romney wearing Magic Underwear from planet Kolob who failed to win re-election as governor of Taxachussettes, and perping election fraud against the actual winner Congressman Ron Paul MD, let's take a look at how They did it.

  1. Federal and state governments never court the votes at any time during an "election".
  2. US Media never conducts exit polls, while announcing the wrong "winners" before polls close.
  3. US media never reports the names of actual candidates nor their platforms.
  4. Republicon and Demorat parties never allow actual cadidates into the "debates". where actual candidates are arrested by police state death squads and tortured in secret.
  5. The alleged "winner" is declared before polls close and weeks before the votes are "counted" by foreign corporations in Communist and fascist nations.
  6. Illegal aliens were picked as the nominees by both the Demorat and Republicon parties in 2012, and the US Supreme Court opined that no US citizen nor US presidential candidate is allowed to see the birth certificates of any political candidate.
  7. 50-million illegal aliens are allowed to vote in US "elections" by fake I.D. issued from every state government (over 500,000 fake "driver certificates" were issued to illegal aliens in Tennessee).
  8. No official record is kept of the actual votes in any state.
  9. Prinary elections are held on different days in different months in different states, which makes later states' votes worthless.
  10. Billions of dollars in foreign bribes fund the elections, paid to foreign media corporations for campaign propaganda lies to throw the "election" to the highest bidder.
  11. While incorrectly announcing political "winners" before polls close, Fox News, Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones are owned by a British-Australian and his wife in Communist China, yet ever "news" reporter in every news corporation refuses to report this fact.
  12. Cowardly police and military are illegally ordered to stand down and grant immunity to criminal terrorists posing as political candidates and political parties, while looting hundreds of trillions of counterfeit "taxdollars" and bankrupting the nation forever, and giving 20,000 guns to Mexican assassins to kill US cops and US citizens in USA.

Vote Fraud Expert: Romney Votes Not Counted in Key States

Florida and Ohio called for Obama before substantial number of ballots checked

November 9, 2012

Vote fraud expert Bev Harris told the Alex Jones Show that a substantial number of votes for Mitt Romney in the key battleground states of Florida and Ohio, both of which went to Obama, were not even counted before the result was announced.

Harris, the founder of non-partisan elections watchdog Black Box Voting Inc., is a well known vote fraud expert whose work has been featured has been featured in the New York Times, Washington Post, Time Magazine, CNN, ABC, MSNBC, CBS, Fox News, and NBC.

Harris said that a number of problems with voting in the days after the election came “flooding in” from across the country. As we previously highlighted, reports of electronic voting machine irregularities were widespread almost as soon as voting began on Tuesday.

Harris pointed to the actions of Karl Rove, who confronted Fox News for calling Ohio for Obama when only a mere fraction of the votes had been counted and the two candidates were separated by just 100,000 votes.

Rove attempted to explain to Fox News anchors that there were far too many outstanding votes left to be able to call Ohio for Obama, at least half a million and many in Romney strongholds, but his concerns were instantly dismissed.

“Based not on actual votes, but on projections from a single private entity, the National Election Pool (NEP), we were all told what the election results were going to be. When Rove pulled out his notes and calculations, he was basically told “Shut up, this is a science,” writes Harris.

Harris said the Ohio example was “emblematic” of what occurred throughout the night.

“I watched them call Tennessee eleven minutes after the polls closed without a single vote counted and with no exit poll,” Harris told the Alex Jones Show, joking that the people counting the ballots must have been “clairvotant”.

“Nobody knows anything about elections nowadays, what we are doing is watching the TV networks announce to us who the winner is based on a single private organization called NEP,” said Harris.

In Florida, which Democrats are claiming as an Obama victory, Harris noted how the voting trend changed only after the lights went out.

“They were calling Florida for Obama, they were separated by 40,000 votes, Pinellas County had just announced ‘we’ve set aside 10,000 ballots that we won’t count until tomorrow’….this is the stuff that’s really going on, there were 400,000 uncounted provisional ballots in Arizona and there were massive meltdowns in Pima County….so we are just now beginning to unravel what really happened during this election,” said Harris.

Harris emphasized that she was an Independent and supported neither major candidate, but that the system was obviously broken and bore little resemblance to a democratic process.

She also pointed out how the outcomes of key battleground states were announced before the voting machine results were even counted.

Harris said she was still going through the reams of data in her possession and would be releasing more information on her website next week.

“If we’re going to accept the idea that they can just tell us who won without counting any votes then….do we deserve this?” asked Harris.

China, Spain and Venuezueala Will Run US 2012 Elections

Strangely enough, Marxist groups are making inroads into the American electoral process.

Our very own mafia seems to be surrendering its position as crooked elections boss to foreign interests.

Electronic voting is the latest trend in vote fraud.

You just push a button, the screen says 'ok' and you leave.

No paper trail, no receipt, not even any physical proof that you ever 'voted' in the first place.

This virtual and fraudulent voting process fits in perfectly with our virtual democracy.

Dictators like Hugo Chavez of Venezuela love electronic voting machines.

In fact, it was the Smartmatic company which was hired by Hugo Chavez to replace all election machines ahead of his power-consolidating referendum in Venezuela.

Smartmatic was incorporated in the year 2000 in Boca Raton, Florida under its corporate president, Antonia Mugica Rivero, a Venezuelan, who has been refused a visa to even set foot in the United States.

In 2005 Smartmatic used the enormous amounts of money given to it by Chavez for its 'services' in helping him consolidate his power to buy Sequoia Voting Systems in the US.

The Sequoia machines are used in California, Illinois and 18 other states to decide both general and primary elections.

The problem is that since its purchase by Smartmatic, the MAJORITY OF SEQUOIA SHAREHOLDERS ARE VENEZUELAN (as in Venezuelan communists).

The Obama administration proceeded to lend a hand in spreading the use of these Sequoia machines by contributing $2 billion on federal funds towards the installation and use of the new Sequoia electronic voting machines across America.

Hmmm, smell anything yet?

Venezuelan communists owning American voting machines helped out by an American President who is himself rumored to be a Marxist?

Certain members of our government certainly did.

Chicago City Alderman Edward R. Burke said:

“We've stumbled on what we think could be an international conspiracy to subvert the electoral process of the United States.”

Representative Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY) exclaimed that “It doesn't seem like the deal (the sale of Sequoia to the Venezuelans) was vetted by our government and I want to know why.”

Things need to be broken down here because there are fronts behind fronts occulting the whole rotten deal.

And the truth is this:

Chavez is a KGB (FSB) agent – a communist pro-Russia, pro-China, anti-American puppet who has opened his country and his ports to the Russian and Chinese military.

Anyone holding anything in today's Venezuela is a marxist stooge of Chavez.

And these are the Venezuelans who own our electronic voting machines – communist agents.

These are the people who will decide our elections!

I wish I could end this article with that, but I can't...

...the plot sickens.

Spanish Company Scytl has been appointed as the arbiter for counting American votes overseas for the upcoming 2012 elections.

Because most of these overseas votes will be from the military, you could say Scytl has the military vote in the palm of its hands.

Is the reason for this the fact that the Military is notoriously anti-Obama?

But there's more.

Scytl will also be reporting election results for hundreds of electoral jurisdictions in 30 states across America - more than any other US vote-tallying corporation.



Now Scytl is a Spanish company.

But the problem is that Spanish Companies have been confirmed to be serving as fronts for Chinese capital.

Spain is a basket case country with perpetual 25% unemployment and an economy that has been collapsed since 1975.

Do you think Spain has the means to put together gigantic corporations across America?

Yet it was a Spanish Company CINTRA which attempted to (and is still attempting to) put together the North American Superhighway.

Needless to say, Spain does not have the capital to do this – China does.

The Chinese have been using both Spanish and Australian companies as fronts for their economic acquisitions and activities abroad.

Ergo my problem with Scytl.

How does a bankrupt basket case of a country like Spain suddenly get the wherewithal of putting together the largest vote-tallying company in the United States?

The answer is that it doesn't.

China does - utilizing Scytl as a front.

So who will be tallying the results for America's 2012 election.

The Communists will...through the fraudulent electronic voting infrastructure they have established here in the United States which they literally OWN.

United States presidential election in Iowa, 2012


On January 19, the Iowa Republican Party released the certified results showing Santorum edged out Romney with 29,839 votes to Romney's 29,805, a margin of 34 votes.[147] The Iowa Republican Party initially declined to formally declare a winner because results from eight precincts were lost and could not be certified, which The Washington Post said "served to embarrass the Iowa GOP — which had to admit that it had misallocated some votes, and simply lost some others, in a razor's-edge election where every vote mattered."[148] One party executive called the result a "split decision."[147][149] The initial returns from the uncertified eight precincts (four in Lee County and one each in Cerro Gordo, Emmet, Franklin, and Pocahontas counties) also favored Santorum, and statistician Nate Silver stated that if those missing precincts had been included, Santorum's margin would have been increased.[150]

Despite its earlier decision not to declare an official winner, on January 21, the Iowa Republican Party reversed itself and issued a press release formally declaring Santorum the winner of the caucuses, saying, "In order to clarify conflicting reports and to affirm the results released January 18 by the Republican Party of Iowa, Chairman Matthew Strawn and the state central committee declared Senator Rick Santorum the winner."[151]

According to observers, the "muddled result and response" threatens the future of the Iowa caucuses' first-in-the-nation status, which already have many critics because of the attention paid to the caucuses and its unrepresentative demographic characteristics. The Des Moines Register stated that the 2012 caucus errors "opens a new line of attack: that Iowa’s process is amateurish, and that its results cannot be trusted."[152]

National Election Pool


The National Election Pool (NEP) is a consortium of American news organizations formed in 2003 to provide "information on Election Night about the vote count, election analysis and election projections." See NEP's FAQ. Member companies consist of ABC News, the Associated Press, CBS News, CNN, Fox News and NBC News. The organization relies on the Associated Press to perform vote tabulations and contracted with Edison Media Research and Mitofsky International to "make projections and provide exit poll analysis."

The precursor was Voter News Service, which was disbanded in 2003, after controversies over the 2000 and 2002 election results. The NEP plan is largely the suggestion of CNN, which used Edison/Mitofsky as consultants in the past. Mitofsky headed the original pool that preceded VNS.

The organizers of the pool insist that the purpose of their quick collection of exit poll data is not to determine if an election is flawed, but rather to project winners of races. Despite past problems, they note that none of their members has incorrectly called a winner since the current system was put in place. [1] However, to avoid the premature leaking of data, collection is now done in a "Quarantine Room" at an undisclosed location in New York. All participants are stripped of outside communications devices until it's time for information to be released officially.

Edison Media Research exit poll page

Edison Conducts Maryland And Wisconsin GOP Primary Exit Polls; Romney Declared Winner In Both

Entry by Tom Webster
Edison Research (a/k/a/ National Election Pool Inc)
April 19th, 2012

On April 3, 2012, Edison polled 1,243 Republican Primary voters in Maryland and 2,095 Republican Primary voters in Wisconsin to determine their candidate choice and the reasons for their preference. Our Exit Polls, conducted on behalf of the National Election Pool (NEP), showed Mitt Romney to be the winner in both states, with Rick Santorum finishing second (again, in both states.)

Republican Turnout in Maryland was an estimated 275,000 voters, with 725,000 estimated total voters in Wisconsin. Edison’s election team polled 30 polling locations in each state, and our exit polls were used to determine key information from voters, including demographic data, important issues and the “electability” of the various candidates. Edison’s election team captured, processed and analyzed thousands of data points within the short duration of the primary and enabled our member clients and subscribers real-time access to in-depth analysis of the Maryland and Wisconsin results.

Voter News Service


The Voter News Service was an exit polling consortium formed in 1990 by six major U.S. news media organizations.[1] Its mission was to provide results for United States presidential elections, so that individual organizations and networks would not have to do exit polling and vote tallying in parallel.


The VNS included major United States television networks and newspapers:

ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, Fox, The Associated Press

Role in the 2000 presidential election

A possibly unwritten secondary mission of the Voter News Service was to provide election results as quickly as possible on election night—a point which came to haunt the VNS in the 2000 presidential election.

Election Night in Florida

The VNS received intense criticism for its 'flip-flop' calling of the state of Florida in that election[citation needed]. During the course of the evening, it first called the closely contested state of Florida for Al Gore, then George W. Bush, and then as 'too close to call'. Critics argued that the state should never have been called until the state's fate was clear. The Voter News Service also received specific criticism for calling the state of Florida for Al Gore before the polls closed in the Florida panhandle, which was located in the Central Time Zone and heavily Republican. In addition, criticism also came because of the call for Bush which occurred before precincts in Broward, Palm Beach Volusia, and Miami-Dade Counties, all democratic, reported their results to the state which occurred after the networks called the state for Bush well after 2 AM eastern standard time.

Bush vs. Gore

The next day it was discovered that 'bad data' resulted in the carnage of the previous night. Due to the Bush margin of victory being less than 0.5% of the total number of votes cast, an automatic statewide machine recount was ordered. In Palm Beach County, a butterfly ballot was used to conduct the election in some precincts. On election day, voters intended to vote for Al Gore instead voted for Pat Buchanan,[citation needed] and the Reform Party ticket. Buchanan received 3,407 votes or 0.8% of the total compared to 0.29% of the total statewide. As a result, unwilling Buchanan voters in Palm Beach county reported votes for Gore in exit polling which resulted in flawed data. Palm Beach County's butterfly ballots

2002 attempt and disbandment

In 2002, the VNS intended to make calls in the November U.S. Congressional and Senate elections. It attempted to use a computer designed for VNS by an outside contractor to do this. A system failure occurred in this computer on election night, making quick delivery of data impossible. In fact, collecting and delivering the data took ten months.[2]

In January 2003, the Voter News Service was disbanded largely because of failures in 2000 and 2002. Murray Edelman, VNS editorial director, criticized the decision as making the VNS a scapegoat.[3]


In the 2004 presidential election, a new organization called National Election Pool was set up by the same organizations, utilizing consultants Edison/Mitofsky for exit polling and Associated Press for official returns. However, the NEP had controversies of its own for 2004 when it released exit polling data early that was significantly different than the final results.


1.^ Doan, Amy (November 29, 2000). "Antitrust Group Targets Voter News Service". Retrieved August 16, 2012.

2.^ Bauder, David (September 5, 2003). "VNS Data From '02 Midterm Votes Released". Associated Press – via HighBeam Research (subscription required). Retrieved August 16, 2012.

3.^ Morin, Richard (January 14, 2003). "Networks To Dissolve Exit Poll Service". Washington Post. Retrieved August 16, 2012.

Gary Johnson, Jill Stein, Virgil Goode add 3rd party challenges

Associated Press
November 06, 2012

November 6, 2012 (HENRICO, Va.) -- The lone Virgil Goode campaign sign on a stretch of Virginia road was far outnumbered by placards promoting Mitt Romney.

That Goode's sign was there at all in this pivotal state served as a reminder that plucky third-party candidates like the Constitution Party's nominee could muck up the works on Election Day. Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson is daring unsatisfied voters to "waste" their vote on him in the 48 states where he's on the ballot.

Final Push: Day before Election Day 2012

"I hope to rain on the party. And by that I mean the two parties," Johnson, a former New Mexico governor, told The Associated Press on Saturday as he wrapped up his late swing through battleground Ohio after a college-town push in Colorado. "I hope to rain on it big time."

Some polls have shown Johnson and former Virginia Rep. Goode, two not-long-ago Republicans, as primed to pull down more votes than the difference between President Barack Obama and Romney in critical states such as Colorado, New Mexico, Ohio and Virginia. Experts caution, however, that the overall tightness of the race tends to work against third-party candidates in the end as voters migrate back to the main nominees.

In every presidential campaign, there is talk about a credible alternative emerging to seriously test the Democratic and Republican nominees. Aside from Texas billionaire Ross Perot's 1992 campaign, the phenomenon has seldom panned out in recent times. A much-hyped bid this year to field a bipartisan ticket this time fizzled when Americans Elect, a group that had secured ballot space around the country, retreated in May.

The aim among the 2012 hopefuls seems more about roiling the two-party system.

Johnson is running a late batch of TV ads and airing them during the cheaper off-hours in only a half-dozen states. They urge people to "Be the 5 percent" by getting him to that vote threshold.

"In 2012, do something revolutionary. Cast a protest vote that counts," Johnson says, flashing a peace sign and emphasizing his "Live Free" slogan at the ad's end. He's casting himself as more fiscally conservative than Romney but more socially liberal than Obama.

Goode can't afford TV. His low-budget campaign has meant driving from state to state and staying in discount hotels. He's concentrated mainly on Virginia, where he held state or federal office until his congressional defeat in 2008.

First he was a Democrat, then an independent, and then came over to the GOP for his final House three terms. Goode's presidential run is under the Constitution Party banner. His name is on the ballot in a couple dozen states and he's qualified as a write-in candidate in several more. His overriding issue is a call for a freeze on legal immigration until the U.S. unemployment rate dips below 5 percent.

Republicans in Goode's home state tried unsuccessfully to keep him off the ballot. Some say he could throw the race to Obama if the outcome depends on Virginia's 13 electoral votes and Romney narrowly loses.

Goode displayed a so-what attitude as he prepared this weekend to distribute cards promoting his candidacy. It's an essential but unglamorous task for a candidate who has only four people on his payroll.

"It doesn't matter to me if it's Obama or Romney," said Goode. "Obama has done a bad job and Romney will do a bad job."

Goode and Johnson planned to attend a debate Sunday night in Washington, along with the Green Party's Jill Stein and the Justice Party's Rocky Anderson.

Fittingly, the moderator is consumer watchdog Ralph Nader, the last third-party presidential candidate to send a jolt through a presidential race. Democrats still blame Nader for costing their party the presidency in 2000 because his Green Party candidacy drew nearly 100,000 votes in Florida, which Republican George W. Bush ended up winning by 537 votes over Al Gore. Nader and his supporters dismiss it as whining.

What real news reporters do during presidential campaigns:

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