I’m really getting sick of this. And perhaps some of you are getting sick of me ranting about it. But election fraud greatly harms a democracy, so I will continue to shine the light on it.
I haven’t been personally counting the ballots, but it appears Democrats have stolen another big election through creative vote counting. It’s likely Al Franken will be awarded a U. S. Senate seat from Minnesota.
If you need to go vomit now, that’s o. k. I’ll still be here when you get back.
The first count had Senator Coleman ahead by several hundred votes. But, ah, then the Democrat Minnesota political machinery got to work as well documented over at Minnesota Democrats Exposed. They counted and recounted and miscounted, including “discovering” “missing ballots”, of course, until they got the correct results, helped by a state supreme court ruling that allowed the count to be finalized without the issue of double-counted ballots being settled. This ruling greatly aided Franken. This comment is revealing: “My sister was part of the recount team (I promised her I wouldn’t say which one) and she tells me Coleman will win if they throw the double counts out.”
Let’s see – a Democrat political machine counts and recounts and miscounts until it gets the desired result aided by a fishy state supreme court ruling . . . . Sound familiar? That’s exactly what the Democrats were trying to pull in the 2000 Presidential Election in Florida until the U. S. Supreme Court put a stop to it.
My disgust is mitigated by the thought that six years of Senator Al Franken will give people that much more good reason to vote Democrats out. But it’s darn hard to vote them out when their electioneering games nullify legitimate votes again and again and again.
The Minnesota Supreme Court issues another fishy ruling. Let’s see – double counting votes from Democrat precincts is o. k., but counting absentee ballots from Republican precincts isn’t. Hmmmm.
Led by Sen. John Cornyn, whom I’m darn glad is my Senator, Republicans vow to block any premature seating of Franken.
Meanwhile, the Wall Street Journal also thinks the Minnesota recount smells, goes into some detail explaining why, then concludes:
Minnesotans like to think that their state isn't like New Jersey or Louisiana, and typically it isn't. But we can't recall a similar recount involving optical scanning machines that has changed so many votes, and in which nearly every crucial decision worked to the advantage of the same candidate. The Coleman campaign clearly misjudged the politics here, and the apparent willingness of a partisan like [Secretary of State] Ritchie to help his preferred candidate, Mr. Franken. If the Canvassing Board certifies Mr. Franken as the winner based on the current count, it will be anointing a tainted and undeserving Senator.
Please read the whole article. It’s an excellent summary of the creative recount.