Windham New Hampshire recount finds Dominion voting machines shorted Republicans, All 4 Republicans lost approx 300 votes, Town recount coming?
“The only reason to change software after the election would be to obfuscate
evidence of fraud and/or to correct program errors that would de-certify the
election. Our findings show that the Central Lake Township tabulator tape totals
were significantly altered by utilizing two different program versions (10/23/2020 and 11/05/2020), both of which were software changes during an election which violates election law, and not just human error associated with the Dominion Election Management System. This is clear evidence of software generated movement of votes. The claims made on the Office of the Secretary of State website are false.”…Antrim County audit report
“We discovered that these systems are subject to different types of unauthorized manipulation and potential fraud,” “There is a reason that Texas rejected it,”...Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton
“Any system, financial, voting, or otherwise, that is not repeatable nor dependable should not be used,”..Coffee County Board of Elections
From Granite Grok.
“Hand Recount in Windham (Rock Dist. 7) Reveals “Machine” Shorted Every Republican by About 300 Votes
From the ever-vigilant folk at the Live Free or Die Report (on Facebook). They have a photo of a recount sheet for the Rockingham District 7 NH House Race in Windham. The original machine counted results were wrong for all 4 Republicans by almost exactly 300 votes.
Looking at the image, we see changes of 297, 299, 303, and 298.
That is very strange. That is a large number, large enough that a Republican who lost by 100 to 300 votes would not ask for a recount. Of course, no Republican asked for a recount. It was a Democrat looking for lost votes (24 of them) to perhaps flip one seat in that local election.
And look at what they found. Something, unexpected. Something we were not supposed to see?
St Laurent (d) lost 100 votes, and their Republican opponents all gained 300, plus or minus three votes.
It could be a machine error and unique to this town, but this is a troublesome event given speculation about fraud and Dominion machine counting hacks. And if it is an error what other errors occurred (see, at the top of the ticket).
A problem that can be resolve with hand recounts of all of the paper ballots completed by residents that were (or were not) fed into the machines.
These have to be manually run into the machine by poll workers. In at least a few polling places these were not done until the end of the day.”
“Activists are pushing for a complete recount of the entire town to ensure the “error” is not limited to these statehouse races (and why would it?).”
“Trump’s not gonna win. I made f*cking sure of that!”…Eric Coomer, executive with Dominion Voting Systems
………if ANY ONE of the locations decide one their own to do a full forensic audit of the entire election at their cities and states…….it might well put Eric Coomer in the UNEMPLOYED status.
this article reads “and their Republican opponents all gained 300, while the Tony Schinella 11/24/20 article says “four Republicans who won were all shorted between 297 and 303 votes each”, so which one of you are wrong or fucking liars? My generation does not accept liars. Please reply and clear this up.
Windham. I know it well. This is not surprising, even at the local level. Repubs did well in NH however, Trump lost the state. Go figure.
My town clerk gave an interview to the local news rag and said she had ‘full faith and confidence in the voting machines.’ They were Dominion. I called her office and told her to wake the f&!% up!
We’re an anomaly: A conservative town in this deep blue, moonbat state. Trump did win here (as he did in 2016) in spite of the voting machines from hell. If he had lost, the entire election would’ve been suspect.
……….we have folks among us who can’t seem to express their thoughts in words without using the twisted language from the gutter.
………I once went deer hunting with a Navy friend whose parents owned property in New Hampshire. Even in the 1950s it was easy to see that these folks were Democratically oriented. However politics aside, I also found them to be friendly, and decent folks. We spent the entire weekend at their farm, and we didn’t even see any tracks. As I recall the food that his mother cooked up was really great. I believe that with many folks in New Hampshire, and in other places in New England as well politics doesn’t necessarily get in the way of decency. My ship was assigned to Com 1 as a Reserve Training ship after we returned to the East Coast from Destroyer Base at Long Beach, California.
“Live free or die.”
I guess they chose death.
NH has turned purple due to all the liberal wackos moving up there from MA; unfortunately, they bring their politics with them. I’ve never seen so many Dems winning in NH. Ever.
……..and thanx to Joe Malarkey every state will be receiving busloads of ILLEGALS coming to them straight from the Southern border. I read this morning that over 800 had recently been put on busses bound for everywhere in America. The more of these people who saturate our towns, and cities the greater will be the overall decline of our society in those areas.
………..the crazed Democratic morons continued to rave, rant, and foam at the mouth with saliva dripping from their chins for another 8 hours. Their insane rhetoric tells the story on their seriously deviated mentality. ALL ABOUT ABSOLUTE POWER.
Aristotle’s expresses a unique view of “justified anger”―similar to what happened with Trump and these candidates in New Hampshire, when he illustrates with a speech from Achilles in the Iliad:
He (Agamemnon) has dishonoured me, since he keeps the prize he has taken for himself, and [he has treated me] “like a dishonoured vagrant”” (Rhet. 1378b 32-3; Iliad, I.356, IX.648)
Here in Aristotle’s example of “justified anger,” the more important motive driving Achilles to expose the shame inflicted on him―is not driven by Agamemnon stealing his loot.
“Rather,” what drives Achilles to seek justice―is because Agamemnon has acted in a way― which betrays “an attitude of utter superiority”, and hence has failed to respect Achilles’ famed “audacious prowess”―which ought to earn him the respect of his fellow Greeks
Beware of geeks bearing gifts.
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