Here is how Al Franken defeated Norm Coleman.
Then, in Minnesota’s November election for U.S. Senate, Republican incumbent Norm Coleman finished 725 votes ahead of Democratic challenger Al Franken; the thin margin of victory, however, triggered an automatic recount. With Mark Ritchie [who credited the Secretary of State Project for his win] presiding over the recount process during the ensuing weeks, Coleman's lead gradually dwindled due to what journalist Matthew Vadum describes as a long series of “appalling irregularities” that invariably benefited Franken.Loosely translated, Stalin is quoted as saying:
For example, during the recount process a number of ballots were found in an election judge's car; one Minnesota county suddenly discovered 100 new votes for Franken and claimed that a clerical error had caused them to previously go uncounted; another county tallied 177 more votes than it had recorded on Election Day; and yet another county reported 133 fewer votes than its voting machines had tabulated. “Almost every time new ballots materialized, or tallies were updated or corrected, Franken benefited,” writes Vadum. In addition, at least 393 convicted felons voted illegally in two particular Minnesota counties.
By the time the recount (and a court challenge by Coleman) ended in April 2009, Franken held a 312-vote lead. In June, Franken was officially declared the victor.
"I consider it completely unimportant who in the party will vote, or how; but what is extraordinarily important is this — who will count the votes, and how.”There is now a growing body of evidence that the Democrats are going to make a concerted effort to steal as much of the upcoming election as possible. The regime’s “Justice” department under Eric Holder wants to make sure that no one will be asked for identification when voting; opening the process to fraud on a massive scale because they know that there will be no effort by the Feds to stop it. Election fraud has been given a green light.
Meanwhile the Secretary of State Project has committed a grave blunder by trying to frame the surprise Republican winner of the Iowa Secretary of State’s office.
A Des Moines man has been arrested after police say he used, or tried to use, the identity of Iowa Secretary of State Matt Schultz in a scheme to falsely implicate Schultz in perceived unethical behavior in office.
Remember Stalin’s maxim, the people who count the votes make the most important decisions. We are entering a lawless time where the unthinkable suddenly becomes entirely possible.
UPDATE: Democrats try to hide the trail. Fire Edwards.
Biographical information on Edwards found on the Link Strategies website says that Edwards worked in new media for the Obama campaign beginning in September 2007 after joining the campaign as an intern organizing in the Las Vegas area.
Jeff Link, president of Link Strategies, confirmed Saturday that Edwards no longer works for the company.
“I am greatly disturbed by the charge brought against Zach, and understand the pending legal action will run its course,” Link said.
He added that within hours “of learning of this situation, I met with Zach and notified him he was no longer employed with Link