Corte Madera, CA – A major lawsuit is on the precipice of being filed by the Institute for American Democracy and Election Integrity, the implications of which could dramatically alter the landscape of the 2016 U.S. presidential race.
The group claims that in about eleven states, there has been noted a significant difference between the exit polls and the electronic vote totals presented on the morning after the primaries. These differences show votes appear to be shifted from Bernie Sanders to Hillary Clinton. The chances of this kind of shift happening are considered to be statistically impossible between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning in these eleven states. See the chart below.
“We are going to be filing a racketeering lawsuit under the Ohio Racketeering law, the strongest in the country and we can bring in every state, our RICO statute is coextensive with the federal RICO statute… So they’re nailed,” said Cliff Arnebeck.
Arnebeck, an election lawyer, got his J.D. from Harvard and is the chair of the Legal Affairs Committee of Common Cause Ohio and a national co-chair and attorney for the Alliance of Democracy. He will be joined by Bob Fitrakis, an election lawyer and political science professor, as co-counsel.
Computer security expert Stephen Spoonamore, who worked with Arnebeck on exposing GOP election fraud in Ohio has noted that when exit poll data varies more than 2% from electronic vote totals, the electronic vote totals are questionable.
In fact, 2% is the boundary by the US government when determining whether an election in another country has possibly been stolen. Please notice the exit poll differences in the 2016 DNC primaries listed above are significantly more than 2%. These differences point to questionable results for the electronic vote totals and likely electronic vote switching. (The Free Thought Project.com)
This isn’t the rigged system that Crazy Bernie and Deadbeat Donald railed against. That’s the system established by private political parties to further their own interests while giving the appearance of democracy in action. They’re well within their rights to use computer modeling, ouija board and/or a smoke filled room to pick their nominees. All they have to do is sell it to the public as a legitimate process. This is about voting and vote counting using public voting procedures, machines and officials... and some possibly nefarious IT contractors.
The lawsuit is delayed in order to incorporate data from the 7 June California Democratic primary. I don’t know if they’re concerned about the Republican primary. These primaries use 100% paper ballots so the final count and certification will take a while. In light of a pending lawsuit, I’m curious if any significant discrepancies will be found.
This lawsuit may come to nothing, but it may also further taint the HRC juggernaut. If nothing else, it will further erode the public's trust in our whole election process. Drip. Drip. Drip.