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PSA: Here is an example of #ElectionFraud...note the timestamps.

I saw Maine had the same type of occurrence, can anyone share the Maine Primary screen grab here, please?

I'd like to make a thread to share with Election integrity organizations!

#MIPrimary #MEPrimary
We will also note exit poll data here as well to corroborate #ElectionFraud

#NHPrimary

Buttigieg saw a 12%⬆️of his exit poll projection w/ machine counts gaining ~8K more votes than predicted by exit poll, at expense of mainly Klobuchar + Biden

tdmsresearch.com/2020/02/17/new…
#SCPrimary

Biden’s vote count showed largest disparity from his exit poll projection. His unverified machine tallies showed an 8.3%⬆️of his projected exit poll share. Given the 528,776 voters in this election, he gained ~19,700 more votes than projected

tdmsresearch.com/2020/03/02/sou…
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#CAPrimary: There were massive lines, almost all #Bernie voters. How did they pull that off? Registered Dems got the ballot with the presidential candidate and didn’t have to wait in line. So who’s waiting in line? People who got those crazy NPP ballots! gregpalast.com/bernie-lost-55…
Here's the trick. NPP voters had to wait in line to exchange their ballots for a Crossover one. And if you don't have your ballot with you, they give you a provisional ballot. gregpalast.com/bernie-lost-55… #CAPrimary2020 #CaliforniaPrimary #CaliforniaPrimary2020 #SuperTuesday
In 2016, #California gave out 1.3 million provisional ballots — that’s half of the provisional ballots in the entire U.S. Then they disqualified 407,000 of those ballots. theguardian.com/commentisfree/… #CaliforniaPrimary #CAPrimary #BernieSanders
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#Biden supporter California Secretary of State, #AlexPadilla, wins “Vote Suppressor of The Year.” By sheer numbers of ballots disqualified—with young and LatinX voters suppressed—Padilla makes Katherine Harris and Brian Kemp look like Thomas Jefferson. wsj.com/articles/calif…
Want to know how to steal an election? Watch The Best Democracy Money Can Buy! amazon.com/Best-Democracy…
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#CAPrimary2020: How many hundreds of thousands of #BernieSanders votes will be lost in the avalanche of "provisional" ballots? theguardian.com/commentisfree/… #CAPrimary #CaliforniaPrimary #CaliforniaPrimary2020 #Bernie2020
In 2016, the state forced 1,307,190 voters to cast provisional ballots, 408,749 of those were rejected, a valid rejection rate equal to all other 49 states combined. gregpalast.com/bernie-won-cal… #CAPrimary #CaliforniaPrimary #CaliforniaPrimary2020
In '16, California vote chief Alex Padilla backed Hillary Clinton, now he's been campaigning for Joe Biden. The victims? LatinX and young voters. It's José Crow, Georgia with a bullet. gregpalast.com/how-california… #CAPrimary #CaliforniaPrimary #CAPrimary2020 #SuperTuesday
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#CAPrimary: One of the disasters this year is caused by the fact that LA and other counties cut polling stations by 90%. #CaliforniaPrimary #CAPrimary2020 #CaliforniaPrimary2020 #BernieSanders #Bernie2020
They were replaced by so-called “voting centers “ which anyone would know were deeply insufficient and unprepared — especially as #Bernie got out the word that you had to bring in your NPP ballot to exchange it for a Crossover Democratic ballot. #CAPrimary #CAPrimary2020
There's zero question about who was hurt: Regular Democrats tend to mail in their ballots. But most NPP independent voters, who widely favor #Bernie, could not mail in their ballots because they had to do the exchange. gregpalast.com/how-california… #CAPrimary #CAPrimary2020
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Recent history:

2000 Republican Party primary runner up: John McCain.

2008 Democratic Party primary runner up: Hillary Clinton.

2008 Republican Party primary runner up: Mitt Romney.

What do these 3 have in common? They were the nominee for their party in the next open
primary election. McCain in 2008. Romney in 2012. Clinton in 2016. What else do all three have in common? They lost the general election.

If history repeats itself in 2020, Bernie Sanders will be the Democratic Party nominee and he will lose the general election. Let's not
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In the 2016 California Democratic Primary, 750,000 votes were DISQUALIFIED, mostly cast by No Party Preference (NPP) voters — 3 out of 4 of whom were #BernieSanders supporters. gregpalast.com/california-scr… #BernieSanders2020
They know that if NPP voters are allowed to vote in the California Democratic primary, #BernieSanders walks away with it. gregpalast.com/california-scr…
In 2016, California had over 1 million provisional ballots — equal to half of ALL provisional ballots cast in the United States. The vast majority of these provisional ballots were never counted, which is why we call them placebo ballots. gregpalast.com/bernie-won-cal…
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Millions of California independents are accidentally signed up for a racist, homophobic party. Millions more are handed a ballot without presidential candidates. In consequence, millions of people will not get to cast a vote in the primary. truthdig.com/articles/theyr… #CAPrimary
But it gets even worse! If independently-minded voters (categorized as No Party Preference or NPP voters in California) don’t say the magic words, ‘I want a Democratic crossover ballot,’ they are automatically given a ballot without the presidential race. mintpressnews.com/democrats-stea…
It's bananas that it’s this hard to obtain the correct ballot in California! mintpressnews.com/democrats-stea… #CAPrimary #CAPrimary2020
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Stealing California from #Bernie — again? gregpalast.com/stealing-calif… #BernieSanders #Bernie2020 #BernieSanders2020 #CAprimary
I saw what happened to #Bernie in 2016. People were improperly registered, not registered. There were three quarters of a million ballots which were cast provisionally or on the wrong ballot, which were thrown out. gregpalast.com/stealing-calif… #BernieSanders #Bernie2020
It was mostly #Bernie votes that were thrown out. We know that from the Roper Poll. #BernieSanders won California in June, 2016, if you counted all the votes… gregpalast.com/bernie-won-cal…
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Beware of the coming repeat of the 2016 theft of the California primary from #Bernie. The CA primary will have an outsize impact on the nomination.
Is the fix in? Secretary of State Alex Padilla — the Katherine Harris of California — in charge of the vote, is backing Kamala Harris (as she endorsed him last year). politico.com/story/2019/02/…
Padilla has stonewalled my request for a breakdown of the approximately 700K ballots disqualified from the count in the 2016 #CAPrimary — overwhelmingly those of independent "No Party Preference" voters. gregpalast.com/bernie-won-cal…
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If you are undecided on who to vote for #California governor between John Cox and Travis Allen, learn about the corruption behind #JohnCox. Also how FAKE of a conservative he actually is. (1)
#JohnCox the self-proclaimed “taxpayer advocate” uses a property investment scheme to transfer taxpayers’ hard earned money directly into his own bank account through Section 8 housing. (2)
John Cox wants to create over 12,000 new politicians and make California's government, more like Chicago. (3)
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Although the AP says 100% of precincts are reporting in #CAPrimary, approximated 1/3 of the votes cast have *not been counted yet*
Last minute mail-in ballots and a ton of provisional ballots for those who registered before deadline but were left off rosters.
Doubtful it will change outcome, but if the outstanding ballots lean just 60% towards Sanders it brings CA closer to a tie.
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