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Sun Nov 15, 2020, 02:25 PM

So let me get this straight...

Last edited Sun Nov 15, 2020, 05:13 PM - Edit history (2)

We currently have news outlet after news outlet proclaiming or echoing verification that the election was in no way rigged in order to dispute Trump’s unfounded allegations.

We have already learned that Mitch McConnell got more votes in Kentucky than the total population of registered voters EDITED TO ADD: IN CERTAIN COUNTIES there.

How is this not fraud?

The sweeping and absolute statements of zero fraud by the media discount the actual election fraud which did not occur on the Democratic side.

The very source that seeks to invalidate Trump validates all other fraudulent activity— which has a major impact on control of the Senate and Congress going forward.

I call bullshit.

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Response to live love laugh (Original post)

Sun Nov 15, 2020, 02:28 PM

1. Can the McTurtle vote count be verified by the Election Commision?

Is Amy McGrath following up on this, if true?

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Response to jimfields33 (Reply #2)

Sun Nov 15, 2020, 04:55 PM

6. I got the info from a post here which identified specific counties in KY

where McConnell got more votes than registered voters. I’ll look for it and post the link when/if I find it.

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Response to live love laugh (Reply #6)

Sun Nov 15, 2020, 04:56 PM

7. Really?

NT

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Response to live love laugh (Original post)

Sun Nov 15, 2020, 02:34 PM

3. Where are you getting the vote numbers from for McConnell? I must have missed something. nt

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Response to chowder66 (Reply #3)

Sun Nov 15, 2020, 05:03 PM

8. Here's the info I got which was posted here that came from Twitter


Alison Greene

@GrassrootsSpeak

Tweet text:
Alison Greene
@GrassrootsSpeak

Doesn't it seem odd that in Ballard County Kentucky the State Board of Elections shows 2285 registered REPUBLICAN voters as of Oct 2020 yet 3155 people voted for Mitch McConnell?

Ballard County also has 3966 registered Dems but Amy McGrath only got 936 votes?


And theres more...

In Bath County Kentucky with 2478 registered REPUBLICAN voters McConnell got 3537 votes?

And with 6730 registered Dems in Bath McGrath only got 1827 votes?

What are the chances that 1000+ registered Dems voted for Mitch & almost 5000 Dems didn't vote for Amy?

And theres more..

Elliott County Kentucky has 860 registered Republicans yet Mitch got 1958 votes?

Many other counties had this type of anomalies where Mitch got way more votes than they have Republican voters but there are other elements of the Kentucky Senate race that should be investigated...

Not only is there a weird pattern of Mitch getting more votes than a county has registered Republicans but Kentucky hasn't counted all their Absentee votes.

655,000 people in Kentucky requested absentee ballots but only 329,869 were counted. What happened to the other 325,131🤔

The GOP seem to have used 'a bag of tricks' to mess with the results. It's a combination of things that includes

👉Somehow getting more Republican votes then there are Republican voters
👉Significant absentee votes not being counted
👉Suppressing the Vote in key Democrat counties

And we can prove it by simply contacting registered Dems. Call them in counties like Ballard & ask who they voted for? Ask:
👉Did they vote?
&
👉Did they vote with their party?

If Amy got 936 votes but we can show 1000+ Dems who voted for her we can go to court with affidavits🤔

This thread looks at Kentucky but we should investigate a few races (Lindsey Graham, Susan Collins, Ernst)

Not only should we be fighting for Georgia, but lets look into this. The GOP claim fraud so let 'em prove their own races are legitimate...lets investigate GOP SENATE RACES

For the sources of the numbers I've quoted I got the data directly from the Registration Statistics & Election results published on the Commonwealth of Kentucky State Board of Elections site.

elect.ky.gov/Resources/Page…

I hope the Media & @AmyMcGrathKY will look into all of this.
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Response to live love laugh (Reply #8)

Sun Nov 15, 2020, 07:07 PM

10. Thanks. I disagree with the Twitter poster. It looks like split ticket voting.

Democrats voted for Republicans. That is common there. Some registered when they were younger as Dems but never bothered to re-register as Republicans, some just vote for Republicans.

As for the uncounted votes, that could be because people didn't bother to fill them out and send them in. There may be more to that with the USPS crap that was going on but most likely it was just people not bothering to vote.

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Response to chowder66 (Reply #10)

Sun Nov 15, 2020, 07:17 PM

11. How do you know that the voters' registrations are wrong

and what explains the # of total votes exceeding the total number of registered voters?

And why—once again—do the anomalies favor the MAGATs?

Rhetorical questions but 🤷‍♀️ an investigation is in order to get definitive answers.

And furthermore in connection with my main point the media’s absolution is misleading in light of the anomalies.

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Response to live love laugh (Reply #11)

Sun Nov 15, 2020, 07:48 PM

12. The registrations wouldn't be wrong. They just don't vote in line with the way they are registered.

...and what explains the # of total votes exceeding the total number of registered voters?

There are 6627 registered voters in Ballard Co.
3155 went to McConnell
936 went to McGrath
That's a total of 4091 votes (this does not exceed the total number of registered voters)
This just means that people who register as Democrats went for McConnell.

And why—once again—do the anomalies favor the MAGATs?

This is a very red state. Democrats, Libertarians and Independents vote for Republicans.

Rhetorical questions but 🤷‍♀️ an investigation is in order to get definitive answers.

No, not really. She doesn't seem to understand the Southern Strategy and the demographics of Kentuckians.

Look at the answers and ratios of this exit poll (it will give you a deeper understanding of Kentuckians views - look at race issues and the answers to the covid question here);

https://www.cnn.com/election/2020/exit-polls/senate/kentucky

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Response to chowder66 (Reply #12)

Sun Nov 15, 2020, 10:55 PM

13. I get your point(s) but further review is needed though I doubt there will be. nt

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Response to live love laugh (Original post)

Sun Nov 15, 2020, 02:36 PM

4. That isn't true about McConnell and the number of registered voters

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Response to obamanut2012 (Reply #4)

Sun Nov 15, 2020, 05:05 PM

9. It appears to be true in certain counties in KY. nt

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Response to live love laugh (Original post)

Sun Nov 15, 2020, 02:58 PM

5. Accuse the other side of the crimes you are committing

Works every time almost for them. Because it distracts from them committing their own crimes.

While the news media are giving front pages to the latest Republican frivolous law suit, keeping alive the concept that Biden stole the election, States like Kentucky covertly hand the race to a Republican who has something like a 18% approval rating.

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