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Sanders won the CA primary with at least 53% – a 14% discrepancy from the recorded vote

Richard Charnin
Feb. 9, 2017

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Proving Election Fraud: Phantom Voters, Uncounted Votes and the National Poll

This analysis shows that Sanders had a conservative 53.2% in the California primary. His recorded share was just 46.6%.

Knowing the extent of the fraud in the primary, are we to believe that Hillary won the popular vote by 3 million over Trump? Are we to believe the corporate media shills who are in the tank for Hillary and claim there is no evidence of fraud and that Trump is just blowing smoke?

The California primary vote timeline indicates it was stolen in early voting before 5pm on June7.

– On Election Day June 7, prior to 5pm, Sanders had 36.6% of 1.52 million recorded absentee votes by mail (VBM). But a Capitol Weekly early-voter exit poll conducted across the state of California yielded a 23 percent discrepancy in Los Angeles VBM compared to the actual results.

Ballots from likely Clinton voters were counted first while unaudited heavy batches of Sanders’ votes came in later.

On June 7, from 5pm to poll closing, Sanders had 48.9% of 1.95 million ballots. From June 8 to July 7, Sanders had 52.7% of 1.65 million ballots.

But we must also consider nearly 1 million uncounted ballots:
– Sanders had an estimated 66% of 100,000 provisional ballots.
– He had an estimated 71% of one million NPP (no-party preference) ballots.

If Sanders had an early VBM share of
a- 47% he would have won CA with 53.2% (400,000 votes).
b- 42% he would have won with 52.0% (250,000 votes).
c- 36.6% (reported) he would have won with 50.7% (87,000 votes).

Spreadsheet calculations: Go to cell M88.


Posted by on February 9, 2017 in 2016 election


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