Thank you for being among the frustratingly small population of people willing to question the official story after an election.
As I did in 2004 and have done in every federal election since, on election night last week I downloaded the exit poll results as soon as the polls closed and results were posted. As you may know, those exit poll numbers later get changed to match the vote counts. So those initial poll results are crucial, and I have them.
My comparison between the exit poll results and the announced votecounts is all too familiar: it shows a red shift in the Presidential race and in nearly every Senate race in states where exit polls were conducted. (We call a shift towards Republicans a "red shift," and a shift toward Democratic candidates a "blue shift." We are seeing very, very few blue shifts in this election, and none outside the polls' margin of error.)
This data calls into question whether or not Trump really won in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin, Florida, and Michigan. These six states have a total of 108 electoral votes.
If the exit poll findings are accurate, the numbers should show a Clinton electoral college landslide to go with her popular vote victory. We'd be looking at Trump with 182 electoral votes and Clinton with 336!
As for the Senate, in three states -- Missouri, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania, the discrepancy is enough to indicate the wrong candidate may have been declared the winner.
Whatever your political beliefs or party affiliation (or independent voter status), these results should concern you. If we expect to be able to change anything through the election process ever again, we cannot afford have an election system where votes are tallied in secret by computer software vulnerable to hacking from outsiders and rigging from insiders.
Exit polls are the best way we have -- and are trusted throughout the world, even by the U.S. government in regards to elections elsewhere -- to get an immediate indication of the likelihood of election fraud. What can you do about it?
- Help more people get access to this information. Share these two blog posts of mine:
- Sign and circulate this petition from VerifiedVoting.org demanding an audit of the 2016 Presidential election: http://www.
- Encourage people who want to learn more to purchase CODE RED: Electronic Election Theft and the New American Century. An excerpt is available free at my website.
- If you've already read CODE RED, post a review on Amazon. This will help with the book's visibility to people beyond the circles of those we know. (Simply click on the "Write a customer review" button here.) Your review can be as short as a few words!)
- Use your reach, connections and skills where they'll do the most good. Circulate this information to all of your communities. Reach out to influencers. Be the media.
- Correct misinformation where you see it. There's a ton of it out there!
- Start or get involved with an election integrity/voting rights group in your area or online. Here are a few resources to get you started:
Leaders in the election integrity movement and related movements are making plans nowfor other responses to this likely fraudulent election. Watch your email box for more information in the coming days.
Thank you for your interest in electoral integrity.
Jonathan D. Simon
Author, CODE RED: Computerized Election Theft and the New American Century