Voter Fraud – 59 voting divisions in Philadelphia Obama won 19,605 to 0? – Even McCain didn’t get zero votes in 2008

obama-laughingI was curious at this story when I heard that in 59 different voting divisions in Philadelphia that Mitt Romney didn’t get a single vote, not one! Obama won 19,605 to 0 in 59 different Philly wards. So i was curious, how did McCain do in 2008? Did McCain get zero votes in any of the Philadelphia wards during ObamaMania? Nope, this didn’t even happen to weak RINO John McCain in 2008. Some wards had Obama beating McCain with between 95% to 99% of the vote, but McCain always got some votes. This year, as many are disappointed with Obama, he somehow shuts out Mitt Romney in 59 different Philadelphia wards? Obviously Philadelphia would heavily Obama. Aside from the large black population, it’s also home to a lot of white trash far left loons.

Of course the GOP doesn’t seem interested in getting to the bottom of this, so I guess I shouldn’t care either.

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  • http://twitter.com/STRONG_OPED JOHN STRONG

    #TEAPARTY LOST TO MACHINE = TIME TO BUILD T MACHINE.

  • klaws

    FRAUD. CAN’T be that many STUPID people! I wish that Mr. Romney would demand some kind of investigation!

  • http://twitter.com/Chicagobluesgrl Chicagobluesgirl

    To author of blog: How can I find out which wards? How did you get this information? Thanks so much.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000395163301 David Brisker

    Not sure where you got your “facts”, but they are WRONG. The ward’s 15th division, which cast no votes for Romney, also cast
    no votes for McCain in 2008. Thirteen other Philadelphia precincts also
    cast no votes for the Republican in both 2008 and 2012.

    Always best to take off the tin foil hat, GET THE FACTS, & then, form an opinion. To claim voter fraud in Philadelphia because Romney got zero votes in some wards, is absurd. The same thing happened in 2008, with John McCain, although this happened in less wards in 2008, than in 2012.