update: Looks like Brown has won, which doesn’t excuse the highly suspect actions recorded below. For all we know the uncovering in real-time of all these facts may have prevented something more nefarious from taking place.
The Phoenix reports:
This fully interactive map was released 8 hours prior to poll closings.
The globe says it was testing a feed from the AP, which is total horse shat.
The numbers are too real looking and encompass all the districts. Test feeds typically put out blatantly bogus data so you know the source you’re looking at is fake and not live. This stinks worse than when the BBC reported WTC 7 collapsing a half hour before it actually collapsed. That BBC report was based on a news wire feed like the one this data came from.
Boston.com briefly put up this map of the final results of today’s election — some 8 hours before polls closed!
As you can see, over 2 million people voted, with Coakley eking out a 50-49 victory.
The map was fully interactive, so you could roll over and get town-by-town results — above we show Coakley taking Cohasset 56-43.
They took the map down shortly after I pointed it out on Twitter. But not before we Phoenix troublemakers got the screen shots!
Now, if the final numbers end up matching these, the Republicans may really have reason to question the integrity of the process…
Of course, this isn’t the only suspect problem being reported. Michelle Malkin is compiling a huge list of fraudulent activity that is being reported by the public.
Not only that, we have no credible exit polls to compare the results too. Exit polls, that are properly corrected for, are an excellent cross check against voter fraud. The WSJ reports no exit polls. Fund seems to think there are logical explanations for this, but I suspect this whole thing is a coordinated stunt.
“Those who cast the votes decide nothing.
Those who count the votes decide everything.”