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Nov 25, 2016 23:09:53   #
moldyoldy (a regular here)
 
Three Wisconsin precincts revise vote totals after caught padding Donald Trump’s numbers
By Bill Palmer | November 25, 2016 | 18

Even as Wisconsin officials say they’re preparing for a statewide recount of the 2016 vote totals after third party candidate Jill Stein raised enough funds to cover the cost of it, the nation is left to wonder whether it might result in Hillary Clinton being named the winner of the state. But before the recount has even begun, evidence of either gross negligence or foul play has been exposed in three Wisconsin precincts – which had resulted in quite a number of phantom votes given to Donald Trump – and the vote totals have been revised accordingly.
The story goes like this: after Wisconsin posted its voting totals, various internet users who looked at the numbers noticed the same discrepancy. Three precincts in Outagamie County were each claiming that more people had voted in the presidential race than had voted at all. That’s not possible, of course. So after it became a minor online controversy, those precincts each revised their totals. The result: more than a thousand imaginary votes for Donald Trump came off the board from those three precincts alone, as first noted by Dan Solomon of Fast Company.

Here’s the explanation which local officials offered to an ABC News affiliate to explain the discrepancy: “In order to give election returns to the Outagamie County Clerk’s office as quickly as possible the Chief Inspector added together the votes from the election machine tapes. An error was made while keying the numbers on the calculator during this process resulting in an incorrect number of votes reported on Election night.”

But for this to be believed, one would have to accept that the same honest error was made in three precincts – and that in all of them, Donald Trump was a huge beneficiary of that math error. Moreover, Hillary Clinton’s vote totals didn’t change at all in these three precincts. It was simply a matter of three precincts padding Donald Trump’s totals with imaginary votes that they now acknowledge never really existed. How many more Wisconsin precincts may have used the same method to boost Trump, with tallies that weren’t so immediately recognizable as being phony? The upcoming statewide recount should provide answers. If you enjoy Palmer Report, consider making a contribution:
 
Nov 26, 2016 00:02:07   #
Pennylynn (a regular here)
 
Please provide link to your source. Thank you.'

moldyoldy wrote:
Three Wisconsin precincts revise vote totals after caught padding Donald Trump’s numbers
By Bill Palmer | November 25, 2016 | 18

Even as Wisconsin officials say they’re preparing for a statewide recount of the 2016 vote totals after third party candidate Jill Stein raised enough funds to cover the cost of it, the nation is left to wonder whether it might result in Hillary Clinton being named the winner of the state. But before the recount has even begun, evidence of either gross negligence or foul play has been exposed in three Wisconsin precincts – which had resulted in quite a number of phantom votes given to Donald Trump – and the vote totals have been revised accordingly.
The story goes like this: after Wisconsin posted its voting totals, various internet users who looked at the numbers noticed the same discrepancy. Three precincts in Outagamie County were each claiming that more people had voted in the presidential race than had voted at all. That’s not possible, of course. So after it became a minor online controversy, those precincts each revised their totals. The result: more than a thousand imaginary votes for Donald Trump came off the board from those three precincts alone, as first noted by Dan Solomon of Fast Company.

Here’s the explanation which local officials offered to an ABC News affiliate to explain the discrepancy: “In order to give election returns to the Outagamie County Clerk’s office as quickly as possible the Chief Inspector added together the votes from the election machine tapes. An error was made while keying the numbers on the calculator during this process resulting in an incorrect number of votes reported on Election night.”

But for this to be believed, one would have to accept that the same honest error was made in three precincts – and that in all of them, Donald Trump was a huge beneficiary of that math error. Moreover, Hillary Clinton’s vote totals didn’t change at all in these three precincts. It was simply a matter of three precincts padding Donald Trump’s totals with imaginary votes that they now acknowledge never really existed. How many more Wisconsin precincts may have used the same method to boost Trump, with tallies that weren’t so immediately recognizable as being phony? The upcoming statewide recount should provide answers. If you enjoy Palmer Report, consider making a contribution:
Three Wisconsin precincts revise vote totals after... (show quote)
Nov 26, 2016 00:41:14   #
PeterS (a regular here)
 
moldyoldy wrote:
Three Wisconsin precincts revise vote totals after caught padding Donald Trump’s numbers
By Bill Palmer | November 25, 2016 | 18

Even as Wisconsin officials say they’re preparing for a statewide recount of the 2016 vote totals after third party candidate Jill Stein raised enough funds to cover the cost of it, the nation is left to wonder whether it might result in Hillary Clinton being named the winner of the state. But before the recount has even begun, evidence of either gross negligence or foul play has been exposed in three Wisconsin precincts – which had resulted in quite a number of phantom votes given to Donald Trump – and the vote totals have been revised accordingly.
The story goes like this: after Wisconsin posted its voting totals, various internet users who looked at the numbers noticed the same discrepancy. Three precincts in Outagamie County were each claiming that more people had voted in the presidential race than had voted at all. That’s not possible, of course. So after it became a minor online controversy, those precincts each revised their totals. The result: more than a thousand imaginary votes for Donald Trump came off the board from those three precincts alone, as first noted by Dan Solomon of Fast Company.

Here’s the explanation which local officials offered to an ABC News affiliate to explain the discrepancy: “In order to give election returns to the Outagamie County Clerk’s office as quickly as possible the Chief Inspector added together the votes from the election machine tapes. An error was made while keying the numbers on the calculator during this process resulting in an incorrect number of votes reported on Election night.”

But for this to be believed, one would have to accept that the same honest error was made in three precincts – and that in all of them, Donald Trump was a huge beneficiary of that math error. Moreover, Hillary Clinton’s vote totals didn’t change at all in these three precincts. It was simply a matter of three precincts padding Donald Trump’s totals with imaginary votes that they now acknowledge never really existed. How many more Wisconsin precincts may have used the same method to boost Trump, with tallies that weren’t so immediately recognizable as being phony? The upcoming statewide recount should provide answers. If you enjoy Palmer Report, consider making a contribution:
Three Wisconsin precincts revise vote totals after... (show quote)

Well, everyone knows how democrats cheat so they were just trying to even it out...
Nov 26, 2016 00:42:53   #
PeterS (a regular here)
 
Pennylynn wrote:
Please provide link to your source. Thank you.'


http://www.palmerreport.com/news/ahead-of-recount-wisconsin-has-already-wiped-out-5000-phony-votes-for-donald-trump/234/
Nov 26, 2016 00:46:47   #
BigMike (a regular here)
 
moldyoldy wrote:
Three Wisconsin precincts revise vote totals after caught padding Donald Trump’s numbers
By Bill Palmer | November 25, 2016 | 18

Even as Wisconsin officials say they’re preparing for a statewide recount of the 2016 vote totals after third party candidate Jill Stein raised enough funds to cover the cost of it, the nation is left to wonder whether it might result in Hillary Clinton being named the winner of the state. But before the recount has even begun, evidence of either gross negligence or foul play has been exposed in three Wisconsin precincts – which had resulted in quite a number of phantom votes given to Donald Trump – and the vote totals have been revised accordingly.
The story goes like this: after Wisconsin posted its voting totals, various internet users who looked at the numbers noticed the same discrepancy. Three precincts in Outagamie County were each claiming that more people had voted in the presidential race than had voted at all. That’s not possible, of course. So after it became a minor online controversy, those precincts each revised their totals. The result: more than a thousand imaginary votes for Donald Trump came off the board from those three precincts alone, as first noted by Dan Solomon of Fast Company.

Here’s the explanation which local officials offered to an ABC News affiliate to explain the discrepancy: “In order to give election returns to the Outagamie County Clerk’s office as quickly as possible the Chief Inspector added together the votes from the election machine tapes. An error was made while keying the numbers on the calculator during this process resulting in an incorrect number of votes reported on Election night.”

But for this to be believed, one would have to accept that the same honest error was made in three precincts – and that in all of them, Donald Trump was a huge beneficiary of that math error. Moreover, Hillary Clinton’s vote totals didn’t change at all in these three precincts. It was simply a matter of three precincts padding Donald Trump’s totals with imaginary votes that they now acknowledge never really existed. How many more Wisconsin precincts may have used the same method to boost Trump, with tallies that weren’t so immediately recognizable as being phony? The upcoming statewide recount should provide answers. If you enjoy Palmer Report, consider making a contribution:
Three Wisconsin precincts revise vote totals after... (show quote)


Right. And pigs fly.
Nov 26, 2016 01:06:53   #
Pennylynn (a regular here)
 
Thank you. Interesting.... although I have no idea who this individual is and how he came about his information.... I looked at the certified results and did not find the problem he described.... and it is the certified results that count.

PeterS wrote:
http://www.palmerreport.com/news/ahead-of-recount-wisconsin-has-already-wiped-out-5000-phony-votes-for-donald-trump/234/
 
Nov 26, 2016 02:05:07   #
Coos Bay Tom (a regular here)
 
BigMike wrote:
Right. And pigs fly.
What if this is true? There is more than one news source saying the vote has been compromised in three different Wisconsin counties .

Nov 26, 2016 03:09:38   #
Pennylynn (a regular here)
 
I did a search in all possible ways.... seems that all of the reports come from the same source. What he seems to be looking at are the totals reported on election night... not what was certified. Seems there are no problems associated with the certified results... or at least what I could find. If you have sources, would you mind posting them? Please...

Coos Bay Tom wrote:
What if this is true? There is more than one news source saying the vote has been compromised in three different Wisconsin counties .

Nov 26, 2016 04:55:27   #
reconreb
 
moldyoldy wrote:
Three Wisconsin precincts revise vote totals after caught padding Donald Trump’s numbers
By Bill Palmer | November 25, 2016 | 18

Even as Wisconsin officials say they’re preparing for a statewide recount of the 2016 vote totals after third party candidate Jill Stein raised enough funds to cover the cost of it, the nation is left to wonder whether it might result in Hillary Clinton being named the winner of the state. But before the recount has even begun, evidence of either gross negligence or foul play has been exposed in three Wisconsin precincts – which had resulted in quite a number of phantom votes given to Donald Trump – and the vote totals have been revised accordingly.
The story goes like this: after Wisconsin posted its voting totals, various internet users who looked at the numbers noticed the same discrepancy. Three precincts in Outagamie County were each claiming that more people had voted in the presidential race than had voted at all. That’s not possible, of course. So after it became a minor online controversy, those precincts each revised their totals. The result: more than a thousand imaginary votes for Donald Trump came off the board from those three precincts alone, as first noted by Dan Solomon of Fast Company.

Here’s the explanation which local officials offered to an ABC News affiliate to explain the discrepancy: “In order to give election returns to the Outagamie County Clerk’s office as quickly as possible the Chief Inspector added together the votes from the election machine tapes. An error was made while keying the numbers on the calculator during this process resulting in an incorrect number of votes reported on Election night.”

But for this to be believed, one would have to accept that the same honest error was made in three precincts – and that in all of them, Donald Trump was a huge beneficiary of that math error. Moreover, Hillary Clinton’s vote totals didn’t change at all in these three precincts. It was simply a matter of three precincts padding Donald Trump’s totals with imaginary votes that they now acknowledge never really existed. How many more Wisconsin precincts may have used the same method to boost Trump, with tallies that weren’t so immediately recognizable as being phony? The upcoming statewide recount should provide answers. If you enjoy Palmer Report, consider making a contribution:
Three Wisconsin precincts revise vote totals after... (show quote)


Good investigate !! got no problem , prove the results manipulated . I bet a lot of lawyers are gonna pad their bank accounts and nothing else ,, well they may send thankyou cards out !
Nov 26, 2016 05:28:54   #
Betta
 
Same thing happened when barry got elected where there were more votes in certain areas than there were voters and no one batted an eye.



moldyoldy wrote:
Three Wisconsin precincts revise vote totals after caught padding Donald Trump’s numbers
By Bill Palmer | November 25, 2016 | 18

Even as Wisconsin officials say they’re preparing for a statewide recount of the 2016 vote totals after third party candidate Jill Stein raised enough funds to cover the cost of it, the nation is left to wonder whether it might result in Hillary Clinton being named the winner of the state. But before the recount has even begun, evidence of either gross negligence or foul play has been exposed in three Wisconsin precincts – which had resulted in quite a number of phantom votes given to Donald Trump – and the vote totals have been revised accordingly.
The story goes like this: after Wisconsin posted its voting totals, various internet users who looked at the numbers noticed the same discrepancy. Three precincts in Outagamie County were each claiming that more people had voted in the presidential race than had voted at all. That’s not possible, of course. So after it became a minor online controversy, those precincts each revised their totals. The result: more than a thousand imaginary votes for Donald Trump came off the board from those three precincts alone, as first noted by Dan Solomon of Fast Company.

Here’s the explanation which local officials offered to an ABC News affiliate to explain the discrepancy: “In order to give election returns to the Outagamie County Clerk’s office as quickly as possible the Chief Inspector added together the votes from the election machine tapes. An error was made while keying the numbers on the calculator during this process resulting in an incorrect number of votes reported on Election night.”

But for this to be believed, one would have to accept that the same honest error was made in three precincts – and that in all of them, Donald Trump was a huge beneficiary of that math error. Moreover, Hillary Clinton’s vote totals didn’t change at all in these three precincts. It was simply a matter of three precincts padding Donald Trump’s totals with imaginary votes that they now acknowledge never really existed. How many more Wisconsin precincts may have used the same method to boost Trump, with tallies that weren’t so immediately recognizable as being phony? The upcoming statewide recount should provide answers. If you enjoy Palmer Report, consider making a contribution:
Three Wisconsin precincts revise vote totals after... (show quote)
Nov 26, 2016 06:01:43   #
Oakisland4U
 
Cheaters never win plus the Evil one got defeated H R Clinton !
US people woke up and voting for DJ Trump!
 
Nov 26, 2016 08:55:41   #
vettelover (a regular here)
 
Betta wrote:
Same thing happened when barry got elected where there were more votes in certain areas than there were voters and no one batted an eye.


Including the black panther party intimidating all who showed up. This is what communism looks like. Lies, intimidation and chaos is put in place until they get their desired results. Nothing is off the table when it comes to the progressive left. Would not surprise me if they are responsible for the creation of these "phantom ballots".
Nov 26, 2016 09:17:26   #
Liberty Tree
 
moldyoldy wrote:
Three Wisconsin precincts revise vote totals after caught padding Donald Trump’s numbers
By Bill Palmer | November 25, 2016 | 18

Even as Wisconsin officials say they’re preparing for a statewide recount of the 2016 vote totals after third party candidate Jill Stein raised enough funds to cover the cost of it, the nation is left to wonder whether it might result in Hillary Clinton being named the winner of the state. But before the recount has even begun, evidence of either gross negligence or foul play has been exposed in three Wisconsin precincts – which had resulted in quite a number of phantom votes given to Donald Trump – and the vote totals have been revised accordingly.
The story goes like this: after Wisconsin posted its voting totals, various internet users who looked at the numbers noticed the same discrepancy. Three precincts in Outagamie County were each claiming that more people had voted in the presidential race than had voted at all. That’s not possible, of course. So after it became a minor online controversy, those precincts each revised their totals. The result: more than a thousand imaginary votes for Donald Trump came off the board from those three precincts alone, as first noted by Dan Solomon of Fast Company.

Here’s the explanation which local officials offered to an ABC News affiliate to explain the discrepancy: “In order to give election returns to the Outagamie County Clerk’s office as quickly as possible the Chief Inspector added together the votes from the election machine tapes. An error was made while keying the numbers on the calculator during this process resulting in an incorrect number of votes reported on Election night.”

But for this to be believed, one would have to accept that the same honest error was made in three precincts – and that in all of them, Donald Trump was a huge beneficiary of that math error. Moreover, Hillary Clinton’s vote totals didn’t change at all in these three precincts. It was simply a matter of three precincts padding Donald Trump’s totals with imaginary votes that they now acknowledge never really existed. How many more Wisconsin precincts may have used the same method to boost Trump, with tallies that weren’t so immediately recognizable as being phony? The upcoming statewide recount should provide answers. If you enjoy Palmer Report, consider making a contribution:
Three Wisconsin precincts revise vote totals after... (show quote)


For most it is only fraud if their candidate does not win.
Nov 26, 2016 11:41:39   #
padremike (a regular here)
 
Pennylynn wrote:
Thank you. Interesting.... although I have no idea who this individual is and how he came about his information.... I looked at the certified results and did not find the problem he described.... and it is the certified results that count.


I'm thinking that that which needs to be declared "certifiable" might just be the individuals making the noise. My oh my, how the heathen does continue to rage.
Nov 26, 2016 12:03:19   #
moldyoldy (a regular here)
 
Betta wrote:
Same thing happened when barry got elected where there were more votes in certain areas than there were voters and no one batted an eye.


There was a lot of noise, but it turned out that college students were not counted as part of the electorate in college towns.
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