Comment: So this other person took two screenshots, both time stamped at

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So this other person took two screenshots, both time stamped at

6:48pm by their OS.

However, if you look at the images themselves, one has a CNN data stamp of 6:33pm (makes sense)

But the other one has a data stamp of 9:21pm? Impossible.

The same person can't take two screen shots within the same minute and have different time stamps within the image. (well, unless CNN was showing different results AND timestamps at the same exact time)

If one stamp was from you and the other from someone 3 time zones away, THAT makes sense. (except for the different numbers reporting and different vote total amounts)

But what you are showing here is that the SAME person took both shots one right after the other at 6:48pm, yet within the images, the data is stamped 3 hours apart.

You've lost me.

If, you mean that the 9:21 really was 6:21 to match with the other shot, then I see what you are getting at.

Of course, then, my latter scenario holds true - Everyone else had a vote increase while Paul had a vote decrease, (impossible) and at the end, all but Paul had a massive vote increase. (unlikely)