Shit is REAL now, folks. VERY REAL. In addition to my volunteer work on the Bernie Sanders campaign (door-to-door canvassing, among other things), I conducted exit polling on June 7 in local precincts for an independent, non-profit group. Half of my exit polling was done in Pittsburg, California… and there was a huge discrepancy that night between how the people I polled said they voted and the numbers that the machine officially tallied. In other words, I KNOW that Bernie’s numbers were higher than HRC’s. I KNOW IT. I was there.
The data collected from the exit polling were provided to the law firm that is filing the RICO election fraud suit against the DNC. So, this morning, I received the following message:
In… Pittsburg, we have some evidence of foul play, but it isn’t in the form of electronic vote theft, but perhaps the more visible variety of disenfranchisement.
Many voters reported that the scanner was ‘turned off’ and that they just placed their ballots on top of the scanner, trusting that someone would scan them before the day was out.
But at the end of the day, 54% of the people we polled said they tried to vote for Sanders, and the official count came out that only 34% was recorded for Sanders. Could this be evidence that the people running the polling place scanned some of the ballots but not others? If so, it would be a flagrant and risky way to steal a precinct.
Let’s keep an eye on the totals that get posted to the County Board of Elections web site for this precinct. In the meantime, if anyone is moved to do an investigation on the ground and find out what happened to all those unscanned ballots, it might turn up something interesting.