Paul Joseph Watson
Monday, January 9, 2012
Given allegations of vote fraud in Iowa last week, in addition to
the documented case of uncounted votes for Ron Paul during the 2008 New
Hampshire primary, concerns are again running high amongst Ron Paul
supporters that their candidate could be cheated out of a strong finish
in Tuesday’s caucuses with the aid of notoriously suspect Diebold
Although Mitt Romney is expected to comfortably win the primary tomorrow, current polls show Ron Paul maintaining a strong second place.
However, such polls counted for little in 2008, when despite Barack
Obama’s huge 13 point lead over Hillary Clinton going into the
Democratic primary, Clinton ended up winning by 3 per cent.
Ron Paul also found himself on the wrong end of suspected vote fraud
when election officials in districts such as Sutton reported that Paul
had received zero votes, despite numerous individuals immediately
going public and asserting they had voted for Paul. Officials later had to admit that 31 votes for Paul in Sutton alone had not been counted due to “human error”.