How is it that exit polls are 100 percent accurate in predicting the winner of an election whenever a Republican has run for national or state office, but they’re wrong now and then when the Democratic candidate wins the exit polls? If there is a flaw in the exit polls then the law of averages says that some Republican candidates should win the exit polls, but lose the race, but that has never happened. There is a reason for this. There is no flaw in the highly accurate exit polls. There’s only election fraud with the winner being determined before the votes are counted.
That’s precisely how Scott Walker survived his recall election a few weeks ago. The exit polls saw him running neck and neck with Democratic rival Tom Barrett. Now the exit polls do have a margin of error of roughly 5/10th of 1 percent, so it is possible that Walker would’ve won, but we’ll never know. Somebody decided they couldn’t leave things to chance so fraud allowed Walker to win a neck and neck race by 6 percent.
All you have to do is control the electronic voting machines. They’re easily hacked. Whoever controls the voting machines determines the winner of elections. In other words, if you vote Democratic or Independent, your vote no longer counts since the 80 percent of the electronic voting machines are controlled by Republicans. Democracy is dead for the citizens who vote in states that use machines by Diebold and other companies that manufacture and maintain the machines.
It’s true that most voters in Wisconsin used paper ballots to vote, but those ballots were counted by easily hacked machines.