Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


This is a screen shot of the latest post over at VelvetRevolution.USvrus20161117

I wonder if they heard that during the Michigan recount, precincts in Detroit were found to have more votes tallied that the number of registered voters? Probably not—given the vanishingly small traffic at the VRUS site.

17 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. Look, guys!!! I’m relevant!!! I’m talking about things you are talking about in your online syphilitic fever-swamps!!!! Click here to tithe . . . I mean donate .. . to my cult . . . I mean social justice movement!!!

  2. Meanwhile, does anyone else find it unsettling that a nuclear agency doesn’t know how to do a simple google search?

  3. No, No, No John! The Detroit thing doesn’t count! The PedoBomber’s definition of “Election Fraud” only pertains to Republicans!

    When Democrats do it, it is called “the will of the people”.

  4. I live near Detroit. “during the Michigan recount, precincts in Detroit were found to have more votes tallied that the number of registered voters” . . . It’s really worse than that. If you look at Census data [estimates] for 2015, it appears that Detroit has more registered voters [about 500,000] than residents [not necessarily citizens or all those eligible to vote] of voting age by about 50,000. Other data shows that at least 10% of the residents of Detroit are ineligible to vote.
    Given that the accepted average registration of eligible voters runs about 67%, the Detroit phenomenon is pretty weird.
    Using all this data it would appear that Detroit has about 250,000 more registered voters than one would expect in a city of 700,000. Who could have guessed?

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