Mitt Romney got zero votes in 59 Philadelphia voting divisions

Nothing to see here. Voter fraud is just a figment of the Republican imagination. That’s all. Just ignore the article you’re about to read:

PHILLY.COM – It’s one thing for a Democratic presidential candidate to dominate a Democratic city like Philadelphia, but check out this head-spinning figure: In 59 voting divisions in the city, Mitt Romney received not one vote. Zero. Zilch. …

We have always had these dense urban corridors that are extremely Democratic,” said Jonathan Rodden, a political science professor at Stanford University. “It’s kind of an urban fact, and you are looking at the extreme end of it in Philadelphia.”

Most big cities are politically homogeneous, with 75 percent to 80 percent of voters identifying as Democrats. …

Still, was there not one contrarian voter in those 59 divisions, where unofficial vote tallies have President Obama outscoring Romney by a combined 19,605 to 0?

The unanimous support for Obama in these Philadelphia neighborhoods – clustered in almost exclusively black sections of West and North Philadelphia – fertilizes fears of fraud, despite little hard evidence. …

Larry Sabato, a political scientist at the University of Virginia who has studied African American precincts, said he had occasionally seen 100 percent of the vote go for the Democratic candidate. Chicago and Atlanta each had precincts that registered no votes for Republican Sen. John McCain in 2008.

“I’d be surprised if there weren’t a handful of precincts that didn’t cast a vote for Romney,” he said. But the number of zero precincts in Philadelphia deserves examination, Sabato added.

“Not a single vote for Romney or even an error? That’s worth looking into,” he said.


(h/t: Newsbusters)

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  • StrangernFiction

    But Barry is still a good man.

    • AtlEsquire1973

      Haha, that’s a good one!

    • Don

      So was Jesse Jackson Jr in Chicago. He won 80% of the vote and now is plea bargaining for a lesser jail sentence. The republicans are such cowards. Colonel West is the only one standing up to the obvious corruption. If he was robbed, he has to win.

  • Rshill7

    Same thing in Cleveland too:

    Democrat note to self: “Note to self: When cheating, mark at least a couple answers wrong intentionally so it doesn’t look so suspicious.”

    • Conservative_Hippie

      “Democrat note to self: “When cheating, mark at least a couple answers wrong intentionally so it doesn’t look so suspicious.””

      -“Note to self” – bawahahahaha! You kill me rshill!

    • NYGino

      But not to worry. He has his hidden I Phone tucked away to vote five or six more times.if he were a Democrat, which he isn’t, too smart.

    • Saddam Hussein even left 1% for cryn’ out loud.

  • The Usurper in Chief is a thief.

    • NYGino

      cracky, like your post; short, simple, to the point and true.

  • But conservative church groups like my church will continue to feed the hundreds of homeless in Philadelphia. I wonder if we all should just stop and let the Democrats take care of their own.

    • tinlizzieowner

      We have donated millions and millions of taxpayer dollars to the improvement of the inner cities over the years, and the only thing we have to show for it is wealthy, Democratic, politicians controlling them.

      • Not only that, but homeless in Philadelphia eat better than the working poor. One of the homeless seniors (our group helped him get his Social Security issues fixed so he could receive Social Security and military retirement benefits and finally get off the streets) told us that anyone living on the streets has easy access to 6-7 meals per day from all the church (mainly) and community groups that offer food. Conservatives feed them, clothe them, and keep them alive, but they get one Obama phone and pull the lever for him. Sickening.

        • Orangeone

          It’s hundreds in food stamps which they sell or use for tattoos, piercings, alcohol or vacations, plus food shelves, plus charities with hot meals.

    • Gtrjag

      The solid red statees should break off from the rest of the Country. The blue states and the inner cities will then become a foreign mission feild. We can still minister to them them, but the way vote will have no impact on us. I’d move right now if their was a state that was ready to secede. The Union has a become nothing more than a bond of tyrrany. Forgive me if I’m being a bit extreme but I’ve had it with the left. We are not going to convert them, and we are becoming outnumbered. Our Constitution is gone, the left will sieze control of the Courts and there will be nothing we can do to stop the massive power grab of Federal Government.

      • Orangeone
        • Josh

          This can’t be serious. Michigan (54%), Oregon (54%), New Jersey (58%), and New York (63%) are wanting to secede from what!? These states wanted Obama more than anyone in the country! Where is Michigan going to go? Is Chris Christie going to be President of New Jersey? I think these are just publicity stunts.

          However, I really like the idea of shaving off the West Coast and New England…

          • Orangeone

            It’s the armpit inner cities that are destroying the suburbs. Remember Barky’s war on the suburbs?  Mpls/St. Paul do the same to the rest of MN. Somewhere I had a link to the USA map of precincts.  You can spot the areas of blue that destroyed the rest of this country.  Plus, we know there was massive voter fraud.  My goal is to take the entire central corridor of the US and secede. That will isolate the coastal sides, which we can defend against and make them into self-supporting islands. They will eat each other’s young. Can you imagine them asking Canada for entry to drive and fly from coast to coast?

        • Karin

          It’s amazing that those who claim to be “patriots” are the ones who hate America the most. Secede? lmao. I love watching the rethugs party self destruct.

          • Orangeone

            Just remember, we are taking the jobs, natural resources and currency with us.  You may eat your young and step out behind the false female facade

            • americanguy2012

              That’s stupid

      • realtat

        I agree with you and I too would move in a minute, if I knew where to move. People who think like us should get together to plan our next move. There is no improvement that can happen now. America is finished as we knew it. Only malaise and poverty await us in the Obama States of America.

    • Orangeone

      Absolutely! Let them eat each other.

      • americanguy2012

        you people are stupid

    • There are thousands of homeless people in Philadelphia. Many are cared for by (Democratic) city run services. I’m sure your church does great work, as does mine, but the city takes care of the bulk of the homeless population.

      • WinMissouri

        So the city runs shelters, food pantries, clothing distribution, clinics, job training. Interesting.

        In my city, the city regulates where these facilities can be located and where to put the port a potties, but they shoo the homeless out of some of the parks so the downtown city dwellers can have clean parks for their kiddies.

        The shelters, food pantries, clothing distribution, and job training are all run by charities which are supported by churches or church goers. The clinics are run on the cheap for Medicaid dollars.

        When there are big events such as a World Series or Final Four, the homeless are arrested to get them off the streets so visitors do not see them. The city does that, the charities scream at the city when they do it but the city does it anyway.

        The city does not do the work of helping the homeless, Philadelphia is the exception if it operates all the services required to help the homeless.

        • Our church and several others are the ones who stock the Upper Darby food pantry (southeastern Philadelphia). Government may run it, but most of its items are stocked by church donations.

    • watch out those churches arent inbeded with progressive programs. I just found out my church is involved with three. Talk the talk but dont walk the walk behind the scenes

    • realtat

      Whether to feed the needy when the government insures that there are plenty of needy is a question that bothers lots of people. Those people are hungry today, but if you feed them, there is no longer term progress towards good government that permits success in business and thus job growth.

  • Haywoodjbl

    OFF THE CHARTS ridiculous………anger building…..

    • pajamakat

      Same here Hay. This whole thing does not pass the smell test.

  • From WND:

    Did voter fraud swing election?
    Contrary to popular opinion, I am not a “conspiracy theorist.” 
    I live in the real world – always have. I’ve been a journalist who goes where the facts lead him all my life – unlike most of my colleagues whose “facts” are predetermined by their ideology. 

    I understand Barack Obama and Bill Ayers because I was one of them early in my life. I even met Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn and Tom Hayden and Jane Fonda in the old days. I admired them. If Obama had been old enough during the 1960s and 1970s, I probably would have run into him, too. 

    If anyone has a balanced approach to the realities of political life in America, it’s me. I’ve looked at life from both sides. I know the arguments of the other side and can still spout them before most of today’s practitioners of so-called “progressive” thought can. 

    I also know that the reigning ethos of this movement represented so ably today by Obama is this: “By any means necessary…” It was first articulated by Jean Paul Sartre in his play “Dirty Hands.”
    But it became popularized as a slogan of the revolutionary left by Malcolm X. 

    What it means, in short, is that the ends justify the means. It means violence is fine in achieving a worthwhile objective. It means lying, stealing, cheating and all those other bourgeoisie “sins” are appropriate means of furthering the cause. 

    Is there any doubt in your mind today that this is now the reigning ethos of the Democratic Party and its various tentacles and allies? 

    There is no doubt in my mind. 

    • NYGino

      “….It means lying, stealing, cheating..are appropriate means of furthering the cause”. Sounds like the Islamic justifications.

      Your reference to Sartre reminds me of another one of his works, “No Exit”. After this election I feel like I’m locked in my own private hell in an untenable situation.

  • NYGino

    What are the odds that, with 19,605 people voting, not one person voted for Romney by mistake? In 2000 the Democrats spent weeks recounting and eyeballing ballots to determine if this or that person voted for Bush but meant to vote for Gore.

    • Rshill7

      It does if you count them like this: One for Obama, one for the trash. Another for Obama, another for the trash. Someone needs to go through the trash.

      • I think the “trash” were sitting “counting” the votes.

      • Joe


    • AtlEsquire1973

      0 chance.

    • Romney received about 7,700 votes from Philadelphia residents. Obama about 10,000 or so. Balance went to Green Party candidates, etc.

  • dk_in_tn

    This is just the tip of the iceburg.

  • Joe

    Sounds like Venezuela!

    • StandingGround

      What I don’t get is, are we not going to challenge these fraudulent ballots? Is it really too late? I thought it wasn’t official until Dec 17th. There is obvious theft when BO got 100% of the vote in PA and when more people voted than there is population like in Florida, Ohio , Colorado and others.

      So, we do nothing but walk away? Maybe I’m just dumb as a post and don’t get it. Why aren’t we fighting this?

      • Joe

        The Republicans are at fault

        This is not the first time they screwed up

        John Boehner MUST get sober !!!

        • And be shown the door! I cringe when I watch him! Replace him with Col. Allen West!!

      • cathmom

        I agree, this certainly needs to be addressed. Would Romney have to be the one to call a recount? I would like a recount in all of the swing states.

    • pajamakat

      They won’t. That would be RACIST.

      • Joe

        You know

        I really don’t give a crap anymore!

  • tinlizzieowner

    Naah, no indications of ‘voter fraud’ there, right? 😉 😉

    • keninil

      I think this is the result of allowing “voting services” in your state.

      A voting services call the voter ahead of tie and volunteers to cast his ballot for him. If the PA judge would have allowed the voter id law to take effect, then voting services could not have services their client – OFA.

  • Psalm 37 OH Lord, I’m trying to breathe.

    Except th Lord build the house, they labor in vain that build it: except the Lord keep the city, the watchman waketh but in vain. PSalm 127:1

    We’re reaping what has been sown.

  • Color me shocked… – /facepalm.

  • Larchmonter

    It is entirely probable that Blacks are so racist that not one of them would vote for anyone against Obama. Their unemployment is over 14%, their youth employment is over 50%, and their future is built on Basketball Shoes, drugs, pronouncing three-letter words like “ask” incorrectly—”aks”. But they have a Black Affirmative Action Hero as their Leader.

    Makes sense to me. I’m shocked to find in some voting precincts of the country any Blacks felt there was someone better fit for the job. The snowjob they have been bombarded with by actors and singers and media mouthpieces has painted their life as hopeless if they pursue responsibility, self-direction, critical thinking and individual achievement.

    It wasn’t a vote against Romney. It was a vote for Blackness, a pathetic sub-culture manifestation of Socialism.

    Luckily, we know Black Americans can excel in any field when they pursue an education or business path or pursue professional training in any number of fields. There are no limits for Blacks, Asians or Latinos except their mind-set and the delusions foisted on young minds by people who want to use them for political gain.

    • The margin of human error alone should mean that SOME votes went to Romney, even by accident! But zero? None at all… Not believable! The fix was/is in!

      • colliemum

        Definitely – but isn’t it nice that the dems have shown themselves up for the stupid morons they are, by ‘producing’ these results!

        Not that the MSM or the GOP are actually going to say a word about this, never mind fighting it.

        • The GOP are really letting down the side here that’s for sure! It’s like they took the defeat and totally surrendered! Where is the fightback! Where is the full public support for Col. West? Sigh… I probably set my expectations too high.

    • Rshill7

      This isn’t about the voting propensity of a particular demographic. This is about ridiculous levels of fraud. I want someone to explain how voter turnout can exceed 100% of registered voters.

      • NYGino

        I’ll save you a lot of time Rs, don’t bother asking the media about this, all you’ll get is a lot of what comes after “rinse” on your washing machine.

        • Rshill7

          I wouldn’t ask the media anything except maybe, “how did you get to be such a commie”?

          I want a “winning” democrat, or a “losing” republican to explain it.

    • AtlEsquire1973

      Ask is pronounced “ax”. Please get that straight, otherwise I won’t ax you any questions.”

    • colliemum

      As was remarked in the post by scoop above: it may happen in one district which is 100% black, even in two – but not in 59 districts.

      This is not just voter fraud – this is also voter suppression, something the dems have been squealing about before the election.

      we should’ve paid better attention: that whereof the left accuses the conservatives is what they are going to do or doing themselves, in spades.

      • StandingGround

        dear leader was just doing what he does best. The community organizer organized the biggest fraud ever. Even when we suspected it was about to happen, it rushed us with such a fury, we never knew what hit us.

        Now what?

        • colliemum

          Now – take a leaf out of comrade Mao’s playbook: let a hundred, let a thousand Allen Wests stand up and fight this.

          I cannot believe that this shall go unhindered.
          Write to your lawyers, write to your congress critters, write to Issa, write to Trey Gowdy, write to DeMint …
          Write to your governors, write to your Attorney generals – this is attacking the roots of the Republic.

          Oh, and I suppose a letter to Reince Priebus and even to Mitt Romney might not come amiss …

          • Do you live in the United States? Have you ever been to Philadelphia?

            • colliemum

              No, and no – but what does that have to do with this?

              Can only Philadelphians write in, and does the rest of the country have to sit still and let things pass?
              Does this not affect all who voted for Romney?
              And do they not have the right to demand an investigation, by those whom the elected and who are supposed to represent them?

              • Pickupdriver

                I plan on making quite a few phone calls tomorrow, and I am not anywhere near Philadelphia. You are right – this impacts all of us.

            • What does that have to do with the price of apples?

  • Larchmonter

    Addition by subtraction?

  • PhillyCon

    Well, I remember in history class when the totals came back for the Soviet candidate. It was always 99.9 percent. LOL.

    • StrangernFiction

      What did Nikita say about burying us?

  • AtlEsquire1973

    19605 to zero? Come on? Even if every voter was black- the black vote was for Obama 95% to 5%, that means at least 48 people should have voted for Romney. Also, we don’t know and highly doubt that all 19605 people were black. Even poor whites were voting for Romney about 40+ to Obamas 60- (in that ballpark). So if a thousand of the 19605 voters were white, that should mean about another 400 votes for Romney. Romney should have netted about 440 votes at a minimum. Just gross- America on its way to a banana republic- now on turbo drive- FORWARD. It’s a tragedy.

    • You all should really read the article in full. In full, like the whole thing. It will help.

  • notebene

    Nah…The City of Brotherly Love wouldn’t dream of committing fraud! Just because they ran out GOP overseers and put Black Panthers at the door, doesn’t mean anyone was infringed upon. Just ignore that man with the gun…he won’t shoot you, unless we see an “R” on your ballot!

  • PhillyCon

    I’d also be interested to see what the party affiliation break down is as well. Believe it or not, there are registered Republicans in Philly. So, this is why the numbers do not add up.

  • DCGere

    This will never come to light in the SRM. The CIA affair is now the tops news, planned IMO. I for one cannot dwell on this, the anger I’ve felt during the last week is disturbing. I have come to the conclusion, for my health and well being, that I must move on and live my life the best I can. I’m focusing on my job and supporting my boyfriend serving in the sand box. I pray for our country.

  • Larchmonter

    You know they were up to mischief when they announced that they were not going to do exit polling in many areas.

    Without photo ID for input, and not accounting against a data base, the voting is a single system that is easy to fix.

    Saddam never rigged a 100% vote. It isn’t even believable in autocracies.

  • sue-marie

    Someone in the GOP needs to ask the voters in these districts to come forward if they voted for Romney to challenge this and ALL votes nationwide. This will show just how corrupt Chicago politics really is. West is the only candidate with the guts to challenge the Dems and their corruption!

    • Orangeone

      The NBPP and NAACP will eliminate them before or after they come forward.

  • tsturbo

    The not so subtle message from Philadelphia to American conservatives-
    “Go F–K Yourselves”.
    I say, boycott Philadelphia. Let it rot and fall into the abyss.

    • 36Free

      Live in suburbs of Philly…trust me it is already rotting. There is nothing in the city that is worth a damn. Problem is…the more the rot, the more government $ that flows in. Widespread cancer that will only get larger. If more people from the suburbs would stay away and not funnel their $ to sports teams, etc…they would be forced to clean it up.

      • bongobear

        Do you happen to live in one of these precincts? If so, I assume you voted for Romney?

        • 36Free

          No, Chester County (only surrounding suburb that went for Romney). But, am close enough to the city and have 37 years of experience to say it is on par with Chicago. Ever since Fast Eddie Rendell became mayor, it has been on a corruption slide to hell.

          • bongobear

            Voter fraud is a national problem and it has been for a long time. I don’t see it getting any better and I suspect it’s getting easier to accomplish with the computerised voting machines.

      • tsturbo

        Get some self sufficiency in your life while there is still time- land, water, solar power, crops, farm lifestyle, clear line of sight and the weapons needed to defend this.

    • Boycott away. When you figure out how to do that, let the rest of us know.

      • 36Free

        Its fairly simple. The vast majority of business in Philadelphia come from outside of the city, whether it is South Jersey or Philly burbs. The amount of business that has left the city over the past decade is astounding. The city wage tax alone has driven corporations to flee. Almost 100% of athletes live outside the city, mostly in NJ to avoid the enormous taxes. So, as the ability to over tax corporations that are deserting Philly continues to go away the only alternative left will be the government proping the city up. When all of these entitilements dry up, you are looking at the new Detroit. Its a matter of time. Mayor Nutter knows it and is now appealing to businesses to return with “a more friendly corporate environment”, but its too late. As I said in a previous post, the major source of revenue is sports. As the economy continues to tank, there will be less interest in spending the outrageous $ for entertainment. I gave up season tix and will not conduct any business inside the city. So, there are a few examples of a peaceful, effective boycott.

  • anneinarkansas

    Move along folks…nothing to see here…LOL
    Obama is already reaching out on his government website to continue organizing “his communities” across the country…and now he wants mine.

  • WhiteGuy2

    Amazing,… how the most advanced civilization in the world cannot, or will not hold a fare and accurate election. The will of the people is being hijacked by criminals,thugs,and communist.

    I see no peaceful solution to this problem. unless we submit to the corruption.

    • Orangeone

      Even the UN said that!

  • Rshill7

    Mr. Romney. How is this different from being falsely accused of a crime? You stand accused of losing an election that you obviously won. These people robbed you, slandered you, and cheated you without mercy or conscience. A Patriot would not let this stand. What are you, a man or a mouse?

    Defend yourself damnit!

    And where’s Reince? Was his spine snapped in the same mousetrap? If not, I picture “defeated” Republicans huddling in a corner sucking each other’s thumbs.

    • PhillyCon

      Maybe, Reince is off “evolving” with Hannity and Kristol?

    • cathmom

      If this is true, (and I am also concerned about voter fraud in the swing states), Mitt Romney is not only cheating himself, he is cheating all of us who voted for him, really, the entire country, who would benefit from him being President.

      • Orangeone

        Voted and contributed.

    • poljunkie


      We were up late last night and Michael Steele was on CSPAN. Suddenly, he didnt look so bad. He was evaluating his system of a 50 state strategy: for votes and fun raising.

      I had forgotten that he was the chairman when we re-took the house with 63 seats. His term was ’09-11. Seemed like a lot longer ago.

      • Orangeone

        The Tea Party succeeded in 2010 despite Michael Steele. I don’t remember Steele challenging any fraud either and ACORN was alive, well and federally funded.

        • poljunkie

          Ya- Im only saying he looked a little better than Reince when he was speaking last night. But then I am so disgusted and probably just grasping at straws.
          By the way, he actually said he was considering running for chairman again.

    • Orangeone

      One need only look at Boehner “ObamaCare is the law of the land” to know that the GOP ticket was a set up against the American people.

  • white531

    Not so much as a single hanging chad, or ink smudge!

  • i have relatives in philadelphia, so i visit sometimes. argh it really does seem like everyone there supports obama XD

    • 36Free

      Yeah, most support Obama multiple times.

  • Howzah123

    This is simply not possible unless the fix was in

  • Rocco11

    Why not cheat, apparently the right doesn’t give a damn.

    • RosiesSeeingRed

      I share your frustration and utter sense of helplessness.

  • Rush just nailed it again. Even in dictatorships, where people get shot for voting against the regime don’t vote 100 percent. Even Hugo Chavez didn’t get 100 percent of the vote!

    • colliemum

      America can beat the world – thus: Obama 100%!!!!!11eleventy1!!!!


      • eleventyone. You made me laugh with that colliemum. Reminded me a bit of Bilbo Baggins 😉

  • Conservative_Hippie

    Woah! Yikes! Wow!

  • trustintheLORDwithallyourheart

    With the election results in so many precincts across the country being statistically impossible, the big question is, why isn’t the RNC filing lawsuits in every state (or certainly in every swing state),and demanding criminal investigations? What recourse do we have as citizens to get investigations started? Could Romney demand investigations? If yes, why isn’t he?

    • Pickupdriver

      I have called the RNC before, and I am going to call them tomorrow to see what they are doing about voter fraud. I tried to get on the website now to get the phone number, but I couldn’t…I get a message that the website is having problems…I don’t know if it is my computer or what!

    • cathmom

      Yes I would like to see Romney demand investigations myself. Where is he????

    • Orangeone

      Typical of the party. I think we were sold out by Romney from the beginning. If he wouldn’t fight voter fraud, how on earth we he have fought Iran.

  • the same in OHIO…… I N O H I O !!!! Tens of precincts – ZERO votes for Romney
    (read: thrown away all of them)
    Romney did NOT lose. Was swindled by DNC.

    • Orangeone

      A computer programmer testified before the Ohio board that he had previously been hired to write a program to flip election results. I hope that starts to hit!

    • bongobear

      Do you happen to have a link for this RW?

      • This guy has the roundup. The actual dataset is here.

        • bongobear

          Thank you.

          • thank you, bongobear;
            It is statistically and logically impossible that Romney lost.

            Hello, RNC…………………….hell…………..o……………..?
            O hell, wake up, RNC!!!!!

            • You’re going to need a bigger bullhorn!

        • bongobear

          Just finished reading the article. These results seem unlikely to me, a layman, but I guess the GOP, the experts, don’t see anything suspicious about them. (That’s my attempt at sarcasm.)

  • Juan_Rico

    Well clearly they were swayed by the ONE’s soaring rhetoric and positive upbeat message. Clearly that evil, negative nancy Romney was just a horrible candidate who did nothing but attack his wonderful, benevolent opponent. No fraud here. No fraud. Move along. Nothing to see here. This is not the fraud you’re looking for….. You can go about your business…. Move along.

  • in EVERY state which require voter’s ID, prezzy LOST….

    Does that answer your concerns??

    • Michigan requires IDs. I’m guessing in Detroit they had several 110% precincts where Obama won 100% of the vote.

    • Nope. No voter id required here in VA, either. A lot of reports of fraud in Northern VA as a result.

  • ACORN lives in Philadelphia!

  • wodiej

    Hope the Republican’s look into this.

    • bongobear

      They should but they’d probably get as much cooperation as Allen West is getting in Florida.

    • colliemum

      Looks like that’ll come under ‘forlorn hope’ …

  • poljunkie

    Did anything good come of this election?

    I forgot.

    Edit to add: We didnt get anything passed in our town that we needed.

    Many of the people we wanted across the nation didnt win.

    I’d like a do over!

    • Well, then you didn’t win the war of words. Specifically, the words that make it so that by voting “no” you are really voting FOR the things you want.

      Only in California do they reflexively vote “yes” on everything. (The assumption being that by voting yes, you are supporting your fellow revolutionaries.)

      • poljunkie

        I know exactly what you mean!

  • That’s some impressive fraud!

  • bongobear

    It’s possible…but so is interstellar time travel.

    • Yep. Even “accidental” interstellar travel could happen.

      In fact, AIT is more likely to occur than zero mistakes in the polling place.

      • bongobear


  • colliemum

    It’s only a few years ago that the MSM and politicians across the Western democracies mocked the SU, the Warsaw Pact states (communist states) for having ‘elections’ won with 98.99% of the votes.
    It was a sure sign that these elections were not free.

    So Obama winning 100% of the votes in 59 districts in Philadelphia is …. normal?
    Winning at a rate not even achieved in communist states is …. don’t worry, all is fine, they were all black voters?

    I’ll refrain from saying anything about the corrupt MSM, they sure think it’s normal.

    But why on earth is the whole GOP leadership so deadly quiet about this?
    Do they think making a stink about this means they’d be called waaaacists?
    They’re called that anyway, so why be quiet and thus be complicit in the destruction of the Republic?
    Because that’s what this is: disenfranchising voters by voter fraud goes to the core of the constitution.

    What is the matter with these people?

  • find a republican who voted in these precincts and start an investigation.
    how many repubs in the area there must be one who voted. Call them and ask did they vote

  • snowshooze

    Maybe UN Poll watchers wasn’t such a bad idea after all. Ha.

  • Also from the article, should you care to read further: there are nearly 1,700 voting divisions in Philadelphia. McCain got zeroes in 57 divisions in 2008.

  • RowdyRepublican

    I don’t believe it…must be all the racists fixing the election.

  • Kirock

    The fraud will not be uncovered by examining the precincts’ equipment or interviewing their poll workers. Two things need to be done immediately: (1) Start canvassing the area residents for each one of the precincts and collect affidavits from any of the voters who voted for Romney; and (2) compare the prior voting records at each of those same precincts from earlier elections. No doubt we’ll find massive discrepancies.

  • crakpot

    There are two conditions for conscientious government:

    1. That it only help secure certain God-given rights:
    a. Life – That’s gone with abortion, health care rationing, and death panels.
    b. Liberty – We are no longer free to do as we ought.
    c. Pursuit of Happiness – religion, family, and property all under attack.

    2. That its powers to do so have the consent of the governed:
    a. Powers loaned to government branches by supermajority Constitution – ignored.
    b. Representatives elected by simple majority to use only those powers – massive vote fraud.

    “…whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it…”

    • Pickupdriver

      Thank you Beulah Legosi for this website! I signed the petition and forwarded the address to my friends.

  • daisybud

    The Communist Party, now identified as the Democrat Party, had come too close to their mission to allow anyone to keep them from completing that mission. So in my opinion, they did whatever was necessary to keep the movement in tact: multiple voting, high level machine tampering, suppressing military votes, throwing away absentee ballots that voted for Romney, stacking the deck with absentee votes for Obama, etc. This started when Obama won in 2008. Four years of planning how they would steal the election again in 2012. When so many in the Obama gang are willing to blatantly lie about anything, even when there is a video to contradict their statements, stealing an election is a mandate for the party. Just think how much corruption Romney would have uncovered if he had won the election. This election was a matter of freedom or imprisonment for most of the Obama clan.

  • colliemum

    I am bl**dy outraged now – my blood is boiling:

    “This follows 2008, when McCain got zero votes in 57 Philadelphia voting divisions, as opposed to 2004, when George W. Bush was shut out in just five divisions.”
    ( From a respectful, softly-softly piece here )

    So the GOP knew beforehand that this fraud would be on the cards – and did nothing to prevent it.
    Also – they did nothing in 2008 to query this, did they? So obviously voters and their disenfranchisement doesn’t matter to them, nor does the fate of the country.

    Gawd – I am hopping mad!

  • dave148109

    The registered Republicans in those districts are probably spies for the Democrats.

  • dave148109

    Memo from DNC to local districts: do NOT throw away ALL of the Republican votes in the future! It’s starting to look suspicious.

  • keninil

    So I wonder what Nate Silver’s (NYT) odds are on this happening ???

    • GretaN

      LOL. I’m guessing he’s pretty full of himself, after Ovomit’s win (not like he wasn’t ALREADY).

  • colliemum

    Has the link to this site been posted? If so, forgive me the duplicate:

    There are links to petitions on the right sidebar, which might be of interest to you.

    • Pickupdriver

      Thank you colliemum! I signed the petitions – except the GOP petition. The website is still having problems! PLEASE EVERYONE – sign these petitions on this website from colliemum and the petition on the website from Beulah Legosi a little farther down on this page. Thank you!

  • GiantM


    • looks like it is only the tip of the tip of the DeeNCeeBerg!!!

  • tinlizzieowner

    Could you imagine the firestorm in ‘the media’, calling for an investigation, if even ONE voting precinct nation wide, all went for Romney?

  • NoToTyrants
  • klaffner

    I live in the world of big numbers, statistics and analytic’s. It is impossible for Romney to get zero votes in even one precinct.

  • NYGino

    I figured it out. The revenge of PBS and Sesame Street. It was the Count!

  • anyonebutbarry2012

    so romney is not going to question any of this?? just hand the election over to the com mie? c’mon ! staand up and fight mitt. its not certified yet.

  • Luker410

    Statistically, this is outrageous. There is absolutely no way you get 100% to 0%, from that many precincts.

  • The numbers for this election are just wonky. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that the votes were manipulated. duh!

  • repubboy

    And ladies and gentlemen.. You too can see Pigs and elephants fly !!!!!

  • Raleigh GranPrix

    Hated to see this but in 2008, apparently McCain did not get any votes in 57 of these voting divisions. Bush did better in 2004 but still had 5 divisions with no votes. So, was there possibly fraud in 2008 too? One could wonder that too. This is in the CBS story on this.

  • GretaN

    No one from these areas has come forward saying they voted for Romney? I wonder if they’ve even HEARD about these findings.

  • NCHokie02

    Good thing there’s no racism there

  • Kate Savercool

    Does anyone have a list of these divisions? It would be nice to know if my vote counted.