Upon notification that there were surprising voting abnormalities in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, we conducted a simple but thorough statistical analysis of the unofficial election returns from that district as posted on their web site. The results are better described as shocking.
Let’s start with the basic number of precincts with the following qualifications.
OTR VOTE: other than Romney or Obama vote.
OTR TOT: other than Romney or Obama, including under-votes and over-votes (throw outs)
The important thing to note is that there were supposedly 21 precincts with ZERO votes for Romney. Supposedly, in these 21 precincts, not only was Romney beat by almost 6,000-0 by Obama, but also was beaten 12-0 in these precincts by other candidates, most of which people have never heard of. These would include libertarian Gary Johnson, 4 other candidates on the ballot, and 2 votes for write-in candidates. Are we really to believe that Romney got beat by write-in’s in 21 precincts.
In 185 precincts, which comprise 17% of the precincts in the county, Romney apparently failed to muster at least 10 votes, and Obama got 98% of that vote. In almost 19% of the precincts, Obama reportedly obtained at least 95% of the vote in each precinct. In over half of the precincts (546) Obama obtained at least 70% of the popular vote.
For a baseline, we took the 192 precincts (less than 18%) that Obama failed to get at least half the votes. This, we would consider a “normal” precinct, because those that vote for Obama obviously have a high number of people that have some kind of mental illness.
Note that in these precincts, Obama got only 43% of the vote, but what is interesting is that the average number of total voters pre precinct is 714, much higher than the average voters for Obama precincts. The average number of voters per precinct reported was 573, which is also considerably lower than the Romney precincts.
Using the Romney precincts as a baseline makes sense because they are the only category we had where the vote was even close. Note than in the other precinct categories, Obama won 88% or more of the vote. This is where it gets interesting; we build a DIFF column representing the difference in total votes between the Romney precincts and the Obama-dominated precincts.
Note that as the precinct criteria reflects more dominance for Obama, the difference in the total vote gets higher and higher. It’s as if voters just kept disappearing in the more extreme Obama precincts. One would expect that in the 99% districts, Obama would get around 570 votes, but instead it’s only 356. In the Zero Romney precincts, the total votes averaged only 288, or about half of the expected 573 county average.
So in the more heavy Obama precincts, not only did the Romney votes disappear, but votes disappeared altogether, apparently. Intuitively, we know this doesn’t make sense. Zero-Romney precincts had only 288 votes average, while the Romney majority precincts apparently averaged 714 total votes.
Now there is probably little doubt that these precincts are very liberal, with lots of people living off welfare and expecting Obama to give them more free stuff, which is why the democrats would be in complete control of the precincts as far as the election official staff. But to have that large of a difference between the average total votes doesn’t compute.
It probably seems obvious to you by now that they made Romney votes disappear in some fashion or another. We’ve already had reports of Romney voters having to go back and change their votes several times, due to Obama’s name lighting up when they pressed Romney, but this scheme goes beyond that.
Perhaps they just didn’t county Romney votes when submitting their election report, but the machines record each vote. So, most likely, after each registered republican voted, they figured out how to go into the machine and delete that vote. Either that or they figured out how to get into the machine at the end of the day and delete votes in bulk. Any computer can be hacked, or at least adjusted.
Whatever the case, this is representative of massive voter fraud in Cuyahoga County. We’re not saying they deleted 425 Romney votes in each precinct that he was supposedly shut out, but they obviously deleted a good number of them, considering only 288 voters per precinct.
Remember that votes get counted statewide, and in the swing state of Ohio, every vote counts, and every erased vote has an effect on the entire state, along with every fraudulent vote cast. There is simply no way you can have this type of voter count in a fair election. Saddam Hussein would be jealous of this county’s fraud operation.
Note another very odd statistic: in all the 95% and up Obama precincts, Romney was out voted by 3rd party candidates, write-in votes and throw-out votes. It seems like a statistical impossibility for that to happen to a major party presidential candidate, in almost any precinct. Keep in mind Romney supposedly got 48% of the vote to Obama’s 51% nationwide.
Ronald Reagan had two of the largest landslide victories of all time, including 59% to Mondale’s 41%, but if you were to check out the results of the most gun-toting, bible-belting precincts in flyover states, you probably still wouldn’t find any precincts where Reagan got over 99% of the vote.
This county reeks enormously of voter fraud with these statistical impossibilities. Philadelphia, surprisingly enough, had similar reports with almost 60 precincts reporting 99% for Obama. Philly is another liberal hotbed in the middle of a big swing state. Port St. Lucie county in Florida, the biggest of swing states, reported precincts that had over 100% voter turnout.
Nationwide, this has to be the largest mass voting fraud operation in the history of the United States. We know they rigged the election for Kennedy in 1960, but we don’t know that it extended beyond a couple of swing states, and he had help from Harry Byrd in the south
The 2012 election at least rivals the fraud of 50 years beforehand, and probably surpasses it. Perhaps nobody bothered contesting the election of 1960 because the two candidates and their policies were much the same. This year is much different. Romney is hardly a staunch right wing conservative, but there are major policy, character and competence differences between him and Obama.
Another astonishing fact, on a national level, is that Romney presumably gathered less votes than Mccain, who was the least exciting GOP candidate perhaps of all time. And this is after the disastrous 4 years of Obama, whom the GOP voters were eager to get rid of, as evidenced by the 2010 elections.
Not only that, but apparently we are to believe that this is the first presidential election in history in which less people voted than in the previous one. As polarized and divided as this country is after 4 years of Obamanation, this is a very difficult thing to comprehend. It simply can’t be true.
Romney rallies were drawing thousands and tens of thousands everywhere he went. Obama rallies weren’t even covered because he couldn’t get more than a few hundred people at any given location. The reason is that perhaps all his die-hard supporters were busy working on the most fraudulent voting operation of all time.
The Democrat Party it seems, has learned and masterfully applied the most important lesson from one of their heroes, Joseph Stalin: It’s not the voters who decide anything, but those who “count” the votes who decide everything.
Full summary of voting results below: