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Kentucky Governor Race Decided with Election Fraud
Kentucky Governor Race Decided with Election Fraud

Kentucky Governor Race Decided with Election Fraud

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin has accused Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes (Democrat) of fraud for announcing the results of the election live on The Cable News Network (aka: the Communist News Network, CIA News Network, Clinton News Network, Concocted News Network, etc.) is simply fake news. According to CNN’s own three-time Emmy award winning journalist, Amber Lyon, CNN is routinely paid by the US government to make up fake news and also to selectively report on certain events in ways that fit their narrative. Plus, the Obama administration even paid CNN for editorial control over their content, badly distorting the news in their(...)

" >CNN, and rightly refused to concede a race that he lost to Democrat Andy Beshear by less than half of a percentage point. “The fact that our secretary of state was on national TV … it was an interesting choice of places for her to go while the roll was being tallied, the votes were being tallied and to call an election,” he said. “For her to try to jump the gun on this and interject herself into this, it’s something that’s being looked into.”

Bevin called for a recanvassing of voters. He also told reporters. “Kentucky sadly—and it’s not unique to Kentucky—but there’s more than a little bit of history of vote fraud in our state.” He said that his campaign was working on “getting affidavits and other information that will help us to get a better understanding of what did or did not happen.” He added that there were reports of Kentucky voters being “incorrectly turned away from various voting booths around the state.”

“This is from a woman, with all due respect to her, is not exactly rock solid as it comes to following the letter of the law,” he said.

“She’s currently under investigation for misuse of voter files herself. Her father has already been convicted of multiple—I think 10—different federal charges related to election fraud specific to her race,” he added.

Grimes is at the center of two legal cases, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader. In one case, Jared Dearing, executive director of the State Board of Elections, has alleged that Grimes’ office illegally obtained the state’s voter registration database and did illegal searches of it.

In the other, Grimes filed a suit alleging that a new law stripped her office of its power over the State Board of Elections. She claims the law made it a misdemeanor for her office to search the database.

Her father, Jerry Lundergan, served as a Democrat in the Kentucky House of Representatives and the chairman of the Kentucky Democratic Party. In 1989, he was convicted of a felony charge of improperly using his influence, however, that conviction was later thrown out by an appeals court. Last year, he was indicted for making illegal campaign contributions to his daughter during her 2014 race to unseat Sen. Mitch McConnell.

According to the Lexington Herald-Leader, the Fayette County Clerk website inexplicably crashed as voting began. Deputy Clerk Meredith Watson said the website serves as a useful resource for voters who need to find out where the polling locations are located. Around that time, the Lexington Herald-Leader reported that 32 calls were made — five of which came from Fayette County, including reports on campaign violations and general election fraud.

Millie Weaver reports on some of her discoveries on the outright electoral fraud:

Just weeks before the Kentucky election, 175,000 purged voters were put back on the registration rolls after Democrat challenger Attorney General Andy Beshear sued to have the inactive voters reinstated. A recently released recorded phone call between the Kentucky Board of Elections office and a journalist named Tore shows that Tore and her immigrant husband, who is ineligible to vote, were placed on the Kentucky voter rolls as registered Democrats. The only problem is, Tore and her husband haven’t lived in the state Kentucky for years and both of them have never registered as Democrats.

Trump appeared on the stage at a rally the night before election night, urging Kentucky resident to re-elect incumbent Gov. Matt Bevin.

The recanvassing work will be done by November 14, said a board of elections member. The Kentucky State Board of Elections will meet on November 21 to certify the election results.

“You will vote to re-elect Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin whose done a great job. Matt is a veteran. Matt is a patriot. He’s done it all. He’s been a very, very successful business leader. He’s such a pain in the a**,” (jokingly) but that’s what you want.”

From Reddit (CluelessInvestor27)

I’ve been analyzing the election results on a county basis. Bevin received 110,000 fewer votes than the AG. In all but 1 county, the republican votes for AG outnumbered the republican votes for governor. While Bevin was unpopular, there is an undeniable trend at a county level. I project Bevin was cheated out of ~80,000 votes.

I did a regression analysis using actual governor ballot and projected. Using projected governor ballets gave a much cleaner statistical model. I am 99.9% sure that there was wide scale voter fraud. This is the perfect race to deny voter fraud. “Its not voter fraud, all the other red candidates won big, bevin just sucks.” No, its more than that. Using the actual results, Bevin lost votes each time a voter voted for a republic treasurer or agricultural position.

  1. getnit01: Did you see it? His vote tally dropped as Beshear’s lead increased! WTF – is what you should be saying. How can a candidates numbers decrease as more votes come in? This is how fractional voting is used to win elections (predetermined results change as more precincts report – the fix was in, that’s why you saw Bevin’s Numbers GO DOWN DURING THE LIVE UPDATES the margin was predetermined to be less than 1%). The voting systems in Kentucky were already predetermined to a certain number to pick the winner. There needs to be an inspection of the voting machines and code used in Kentucky’s Voting Machines, INSTANTLY!! IT NEEDS TO BE SUBPOENAED AS EVIDENCE IN A CRIME!!1

Bevin’s opponent, Andy Beshear, has 49.2 percent (711,955 votes) to 48.9 percent for Bevin. A Libertarian candidate, John Hicks, received 28,475 votes, or 2.0 percent of the vote. Beshear’s margin of victory ultimately totaled 5,200 votes.

Beshear said the day after the election that he hadn’t spoken to Bevin about the recount but that he felt it was “time to move on” from the election, according to CBS News. Yes. Let’s move on! Nothing to see here!

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