Website points to Obama's stolen election through voter fraud

Saturday, November 24, 2012 | Joe Newby | The Examiner
During the election, Examiner's Dean Chambers caused quite a stir when he talked about polls being skewed for Obama, something many conservatives reported. Now that the election is over, Chambers is focused on what he said is the reason for Obama's victory. On Saturday, The Blaze reported that Chambers' new site, barackofraudo.com, shows that Obama received 80 electoral votes in four states due largely to voter fraud.

"Some circumstantial evidence is very strong, as when you find a trout in the milk," the site says, quoting Henry David Thoreau.

"Evidence of vote fraud is very much like that," Chambers wrote on the site.

"Those who engage in it are slick and do all they can to hide it, so the evidence is often quite circumstantial. In fact, often the circumstantial evidence is all the evidence we have, such was finding tens of thousands of bogus votes in the ballot box, we didn't see someone actually put them there, but they are found, they are there, and they are clearly evidence of vote fraud," he added. "Such is true of the voting divisions where Obama gets 100 percent of the votes cast. As if anyone REALLY believes that is legitimate."

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