This explains a lot of things about “the election”, both the DNC primary, and in the Presidential election. Though Trump won the required number of electoral votes, I was very surprised that he “fell short” of HRC in the popular vote. Somehow I sensed that many votes were somehow “confiscated” from him. Jim Stone explains how this likely happened.
As David Wilcock pointed out in the prior post, “The Seth Rich story is very big, and could be the critical element that breaks this all wide open — as I discussed in my Monday night talk at CID [CITD]”.
Found this article via this BF article comment from intruth.
“Seth Rich was responsible for an internet application that helped voters find their polling stations. He discovered that Hillary had set up bogus polling places that were not on the official record. Hillary then had DNC staffers merge the results from both sets of polling places, keeping the actual number of voters officially recorded at the legitimate polling station the same while the actual ballots that went to Bernie and represented those numbers were swapped out for her.
[Claudia Kash, the girlfriend of Seth Rich] “There were two sets of polling places this primary season – one set for most of the voters, who went on state web sites to find their polling locations, and a second set for Hillary Clinton supporters who looked on Hillary clinton’s website to find their polling location.
“While most voters look up their location on their state website, voters who were signed up as Hillary Clinton supporters would be directed to her site to find their polling place. It was set up the same as any other DNC polling place – with DNC volunteers, regular voting machines etc – and a duplicate voter roster… The [DNC] supervisor would then pick up the roster at the legitimate polling place and the ballots there. He (or she) would then replace a number of Bernie Sanders ballots with an equal nunmber of the ballots from the Hillary Clinton voting location.
[JS] “Seth rich DID figure out Hillary did this, and said nothing. Instead