Mining Minnesota: Did Obama Win Ramsey and Hennipen Counties through Voter Fraud?Submitted by Dr.K.Research on Sat, 12/08/2012 - 23:14
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Is it possible that Obama won the election through a special kind of rigging, known as registration fraud? In several key states that would be easy to do, since there are no requirements for photo IDs.
One of these states in Minnesota.
Because of the lack of IDs Election Day registration invites fraud. It is a loophole which permits cheating. It is a loophole which must be closed.
In Minnesota it was reported, notably by the Minnesota Majority, that there is suspicion of voter fraud in both Hennipen and Ramsey Counties, the ones which house Minneapolis and St. Paul, respectively. Thus, these counties were analyzed. What was discovered is anomalous.
Let’s start with Ramsey County. Here, it was found that in wards with the lowest Election Day Registrants (EDRs), Romney did best. In fact, in the combined group of eight such wards, all under 9% EDRs, Romney won, 5 Wards to 4. Furthermore, he won in total vote count, 6497 votes to 5772 or 52% to 47%. After this, the tide turns for the worse. In wards with 9% to 10.99% EDRs Romney loses 1 ward to 8. Yet, how does he do on the percentages? It switches downward, with Romney garnering 40% to Obama’s 60%.
At 11% to 12.9% Romney continues his slide, achieving only 3 of 15 Wards. His vote count: the same decline, 40% to Obama’s 60%.
At the next level, 13% to 18%, the Republican descends further, in fact, into the abyss with zero wards to Obama’ incredible 89. The percentages are just as abysmal, with a mere 28% to 72%.
It doesn’t get any better. At 18% to 20% Election Day Registrations Obama gets all 57 Wards, with Romney skunked. At 20% to 25% out of some 52 Wards Romney wins one but it is a rather pitiful poll with only 212 voters. From 26% and above he loses all wards, convincingly. How bady? A mere 23% to 77%.
Let’s summarize this, as follows:
0 to 9% of voters as EDR: Romney wins
9% to 10,99% of voters as EDR: Obama wins; Romney’s vote percentage declines by 10%-plus
11% to 12.9% of voters as EDR: Romney loses, 3 wards to 15 and continues to lose a further percentage
13% to 18% of voters as EDR: zero wards for Romney, 89 for Obama; his vote count descends to 28%
18% to 20% of voters as EDR: all 57 wards go to Obama
20% to 25% of voters as EDR: Romney wins one small ward out of 52
26% and above: Romney loses everything, all 27 wards, scoring a feeble 23% of the vote (Obama garnering 77%)in wards 30% election day voters and above
So, it can be seen that there is a systematic decline in the percentage of Romney votes based upon the number of Election Day voters. This is a dramatic issue. It was suspicious enough that the Republican only does well in low same day registration. Yet, even more compelling is the step-wise decline in his numbers as the percentage of voters arising from same day registrations climbs.
It has already been proven that people have committed fraud at the polls with Election Day registration. It is expected that in the swing states this occurred on an extensive basis, cancelling the legitimate votes of law-abiding people.
This can’t be a coincidence. There must be a degree of rigging, here. It’s just a different kind versus the type seen in the Republican primaries where, for instance, the GOP actually removed and stuffed ballots in caucuses to advance the chosen candidate (Mitt Romney). It is also different than the rig which has been confirmed in certain key states, like Ohio, where in 2004 the vote counts were altered on behalf of Bush & Co. through large computers.
This is more basic. It is simply the impersonation of voters at the polling booth and perhaps through illicit absentee ballots. All this has been proven and this is not a conspiracy. The Troy, New York, debacle, and Minnesota’s Al Franken fraud, are sufficient reason to suspect foul play.
While the Boards of Election continuously proclaim that “Every vote counts,” even so, are any of these election commissions doing anything to preserve those votes and prevent the people’s will from being corrupted? In fact, when fraud is suspected, the boards often minimize it and even in some cases obstruct any investigation. Rather, it is often private people—and private organizations—that take the most deliberate actions to protect the vote, in some cases even to protect themselves from the election commissions.
One organization taking deliberate action is Minnesota Majority, which is actively pursuing voter fraud. In the 2008 election alone the organization has discovered hundreds of cases, 113 of which have been prosecuted and convicted. This includes various felons, who admit casting rigged votes. Hundreds of others were caught but pled ignorance of the law, which is an accepted defense in this state.
Notes the organization’s president Jeff Davis, “Prosecutions are still underway and there will likely be even more convictions;” however, “These convictions are just the tip of the iceberg,” and that “the actual number of illegal votes cast was in the thousands.
Thousands are surely enough to swing an election.
With Minnesota’s history of rigged elections, for instance, the Al Franken debacle, a win based upon the recruitment of Election Day registrants, including felons, it is reasonable to presume a simple fact. This is election rigging resulting from voter fraud at the polls until proven otherwise.
See the spreadsheet, here: