“Something smells” in South Carolina: More from Brad Friedman, 538.com

538.com Analysts Suggest E-Vote ‘Tampering, Malfunction’
by Brad Friedman

‘Something smells here,’ finds 538.com, suggesting possibility of ‘very devious manipulation’ of voting machines or tabulators…

This post is an update to our earlier one today, which highlighted early, unexplained disparities seen by academic experts working on behalf of South Carolina Democrats, between paper-ballot absentee voting results and those from the 100% unverifiable ES&S iVotronic touch-screen systems used on Election Day last Tuesday in South Carolina for the Democratic U.S. Senate primary race between the unheard of, jobless candidate Alvin Greene (who did absolutely no campaigning), and state legislator Vic Rawl (who did).

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