UPDATED: LibertyUSA PAC finds Hard Evidence of Election Rigging in Lake County, IL: the Cheating IS Inside the Voting MachinesSubmitted by Dr.K.Research on Wed, 08/22/2012 - 19:15
We did far better in the election than is recognized. So did, apparently, Gingrich and Santorum. Tens of thousands, perhaps hundreds of thousands, of Paul votes, as well as votes for these other two candidates, were purged through vote rigging in the the Romney-favoring machines. This occurred largely at the precinct level. In other words, the machines were maliciously programmed to cheat all candidates in favor of Romney.
Paul was merely one of the victims.
There is great proof of this in Illinois in a wide range of counties, including Kane, Cook, DuPage, and Lake.
The anomaly is found in the delegate counts, which reflects in this instance the potential theft of votes from Paul, Santorum, and Gingrich but none from Romney. In an analysis of 158 precincts there was only ONE delegate vote count where there were a greater amount of delegate than candidate votes for Mitt Romney, while for Ron Paul there were 91 incidents. For Gingrich there were a whopping 105 incidents and for Santorum 34. This totals 230 incidents for Romney's opposition candidates, while his are "1." That is impossible.
The vote anomalies are 166, 210, and 68 respectively, because, again, always, the amount of total delegate votes compared to candidate votes is lower.
UPDATE: This means that at a minimum in these precincts there were the same number of votes stolen for each of the respective candidates. Moreover, the fact that this never occurred with Romney in this sample further proves the rigging.
It is greater than this, though. This is because as a rule there are nearly always more candidate votes than delegate votes, as shown by the unrigged Romney sample.
There may also be some anomalies in the Romney counts, but they are insignificant compared to those for the other candidates. Furthermore, the ballot is simple; there could be little or no accounting for this based on voter confusion. In one case no votes were shown in a precinct for Paul yet one of his delegates got, incredibly, two votes.
The data is simple. It is a spreadsheet of the number of votes for each candidate compared to the votes listed for delegates. It will be seen that the delegate votes are often greater for a given candidate, EXCEPT for Romney. For a thorough analysis of Lake County, Illinois, see:
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This is an exceedingly crucial finding. More hands are needed on deck to document the corruption. All counties in Illinois must be analyzed. The same spreadsheet can be used for all. Furthermore, there is a need to do the same in all states, where delegates were voted in the primary such as Rhode Island, Alabama, and PA. Please volunteer on the volunteer button, www.libertyusapac.org
UPDATE #2: A RP mathematician has now studied all the data from Lake County, analyzing all 415 precincts. Here are his findings:
Of the 33,445 votes for Romney there were 4 delegate discrepancies (and 5 for alternates, incidentally)
Of the 4,942 votes for Paul there were 260 discrepancies for Paul delegates
Of the 4,102 votes for Gingrich there were 355 discrepancies for Gingrich delegates
Of the 16,667 votes for Santorum there were 59 discrepancies for Santorum delegates
Again, in simple form:
Delegates versus alternates:
For delegates, there are a total of 641 discrepancies (delegates greater than presidential votes)
For alternates, there are a total of 632 discrepancies (delegates greater than presidential votes)
Of note, with the candidates of a lower vote count there is a higher incidence of the anomalies.
This is a major anomaly. Others will be found. This is not to say that every Illinois county has such irregularities. Yet, it is sufficient reason to call for a thorough investigation, including an audit.
Let us also ask the statisticians: what is the likelihood that such an anomaly could occur by chance? If it is less than 5%, then, an audit of the ballots is manditory.