"Retired NSA Analyst Proves GOP Is Stealing Elections"


The following is cross-posted with permission from an article by Denis G. Campbell and
Charley James at UK Progressive. They offer up some reasons why Mitt Romney is "so confident":

A retired NSA analyst has spent several sleepless nights applying a simple formula to past election results across Arizona. His results showed across-the-board systemic election fraud on a coordinated and massive scale. But the analysis indicated that this only happens in larger precincts because anomalies in small precincts can be more easily detected. [...]

When Duniho applied a mathematical model to actual voting results in the largest voting precincts, he saw that only the large precincts suddenly trended towards Mitt Romney in the Arizona primary – and indeed all Republicans in every election since 2008 – by a factor of 8%-10%. The Republican candidate in every race saw an 8-10%. gain in his totals whilst the Democrat lost 8-10%. This is a swing of up to  20 point, enough to win an election unless a candidate was losing very badly.

Since sifting through and decoding massive amounts of data was his work for decades on behalf of the National Security Agency, he wanted to understand why this was ONLY happening in large precincts. [...]

The idea of examining large precinct results came via a link to a report written by Francois Choquette and James Johnson....  Choquette then looked at all 50 states and found roughly a 10% switch in votes from Democrat to GOP. This was noted in every state except Utah, where the presumption was, as it was Mitt’s religious home state and very conservative, there was no chance of Romney losing and no variance was found.

Choquette even saw in Maricopa County, which is Phoenix and its suburbs, that in 2008 Romney used this technique against John McCain. But McCain beat him by too much for a 10% fraud gain to matter. McCain tried to do the same thing in the general election to President Obama but 9 million votes nationally were too many to make up. [...]

He looked at every 2010 race in Arizona from Governor Brewer to Senator McCain and Congresswoman Gabby Giffords. The trends lines all did the exact same thing. Someone had manipulated the election outcome, most likely one person inserting a programme inside the system’s central computer… that flipped votes.

The results were astounding. They showed that Governor Brewer actually lost her election and Gabby Gifford’s razor thin less than 1% point re-election victory over Tea Party Conservative Jesse Kelly was closer to a 20 point victory for her.

UPDATE: There was an error in the italicised paragraph in the section titled ‘Nose Counting.’ It originally read ‘from GOP to Democrat’ and the sentence was awkwardly constructed. The correct wording is now there. We thank our readers and regret the original error. -Ed

Please read their whole report here.

The Brad Blog has been all over voter machine fraud, especially in light of that Voting Machine Company Tied to Mitt Romney and Bain Capital...

  • The link just might be getting Slashdotted ... not attacked per-se. I can't imagine they're not flooded with requests. Try again later, post peak. 

  •  Worked for me.

  • I'm with Sally - great that people are writing about this but what do we DO before Romney steals this election?

  • They can be caught.  If someone really wants to catch them.  

  • Uranus

    The republican party, the party of consignment by the New World Order, pledged to the destruction of the dollar, democracy and America the country, wouldn't prevail in elections without rigging them.

    Oklahoma never had a republican governor until 1963, the year Kennedy was assassinated. Then, we promptly received the gift of Henry Louis Bellmon, a seemingly slow-witted dullard. He served a second term starting in 1987, after serving in the U.S. Senate; yet, I don't meet people who admit they voted for him.

    In the last gubernatorial election, all counties supposedly voted GOP, and we got Mary Goofball Fallin. Rigged. Rigged. Rigged. Done so crime and big money can run things. Everytime I see one of these people, I think 'the popular vote is dead.'

  • Sally

    Now, how do we stop this in the next 10 days? You know darn well this will happen with Ohio.