Update: Tens of thousands of fraudulent votes for Clinton found in Ohio warehouse

Attention! Update:  The link below the photo (in this story I posted yesterday) takes you to the blog of Joseph Wouk, and was linked there from Pamella Geller’s site. Geller has updated since then, and so has Wouk. There is now controversy over this photo and doubt as to the story itself.  Geller posted it originally from “The Christian Times“, which neither credits the photo, nor names any sources as to the original report of the alleged discovery of these votes.   Apparently there is now some concern that the story itself was “planted” as Geller theorizes would be for the purpose of  desensitizing people against such stories of fraud now  so that when the real fraud happens, they’ll blow off any reports of it. The photo below, which appeared along with the story on Geller’s site, is actually from this 2015 story in Birmingham, England on the general election that took place there in May of last year.

H/T for BB for letting me know!

Tens of thousands” of fraudulent Clinton votes found in Ohio warehouse By Pamela Geller on October 1, 2016 Source: “Tens of thousands” of fraudulent Clinton votes found in Ohio warehouse | The Geller Report The fix is in – we are going to have to win by a lot to offset to criminality, skulduggery and […]

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2 thoughts on “Update: Tens of thousands of fraudulent votes for Clinton found in Ohio warehouse

  1. Sandy……I probably seem dense; but there’s a lot of “stuff” on that original site. Is this thievery by Clinton’s campaign for real? If you will, help me discern some of this one.–love you and appreciate you, sister.–B

    • I see that Jospeh Wouk’s site, which I linked to, has updated their original post, since I read it, to include that other business about it possibly being a ruse, and yes it is very confusing, seeing as how apparently the photo used with the story on Pamela Gellar’s site actually came from a 2015 story in Birmingham England. Good Grief! May be time to rethink some of the blogs and sites I link to. Thanks. It’s not you, dear friend, it’s this crazier-by-the-second world we are living in!

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