The false narrative tripping from the lips of a very forgiving media that says the Republican campaign of 2012 was inadequate or that Romney was too moderate is entirely wrong. This election was stolen. I understand why various pundits guarding their credibility would shy away from this assertion. But as reports pour in from the critical swing states of rigged machines, turnouts of over 100% of voters in numerous precincts, miscounts, and other widespread anomalies, it is important for serious reporters to shed the concern for how they will be perceived and dig into the stolen election.
States that did not require photo ID to vote were swamped with illegals and other unqualified voters. Untold thousands of our Military heroes were disenfranchised because their absentee ballots did not arrive in time for their votes to be counted, or their ballots never got into their hands. Every swing state that required voter ID was won by Romney. None of the metrics regarding the campaign, messaging or the quality of the candidates make sense because those factors did not lose the election for the GOP. Election 2012 was stolen.
We need to press the Secretaries of State in the swing states from which reports of vote fraud are pouring to investigate and perform a recounts where reports of fraud are credible. We must demand Congress investigate and do a recount that includes all the Military votes that were delayed, or were impeded by an unfortunate events such as a plane crash.
Our right to vote is the key to our liberty, and the citizen vote is sacred. This is a travesty and it must be addressed now.
The Secretary of State oversees and regulates the elections process in each state. Below are links to the websites of those officers in disputed swing states. In addition to contacting these officials, call your own congressmen and ask for hearings into the anomalies with military votes, the voting machines owned by Democrat interests as well as the reports of widespread vote fraud. If we allow an illegally elected president to stand the two-party system in the United States is dead.