More evidence emerges of vote fraud to prevent Ron Paul winning
February 16, 2012
Yet more evidence of possible vote fraud has been uncovered in
Maine, where several towns and counties did caucus but were omitted
from the final state count for no identifiable reason.
As we previously reported,
much to the ire of the Ron Paul campaign, Washington County – where
Ron Paul was incredibly strong – had its caucus delayed by a week due
to a warning of snow that never materialized.
In addition, some other towns had scheduled their caucuses
differently to the rest of the State and will vote in the days and
weeks to come.
Despite these facts, and despite Mitt Romney’s lead being just 194
votes after 84 percent of the voting had taken place, GOP
representatives in Maine and the mainstream media declared that Romney
was the outright winner, much to the disbelief of many onlookers,
especially Ron Paul supporters.
Now it has emerged that Romney’s “victory” in Maine is even more in doubt.
Local reporters in Maine
have pounced on the revelations that the vote for most Waldo County
towns was entered as “0”, as if no one had turned out to vote. (CONTINUE READING)