Definitively Showing There Was No Electronic Vote Rigging In The Last Presidential Election
Lol, the left-wing election fraud racket never ends. Here’s the latest from a group of University Professors:
“Officially, President Bush won November’s election by 2.5%, yet exit polls showed Kerry winning by 3%  . According to a report to be released today by a group of university statisticians, the odds of a discrepancy this large between the national exit poll and election results happening by accident are close to 1 in a million.
In other words, by random chance alone, it could not have happened. But it did.
Two alternatives remain. Either something was wrong with the exit polling, or something was wrong with the vote count.”
Of course, there was an explanation given for why the exit polls were off that seems plausible to me:
“The consortium that conducted the presidential exit polls, Edison/Mitofsky, issued a report in January suggesting that the discrepancy between election results and exit polls occurred because Bush voters were more reticent than Kerry voters in response to pollsters.”
But the professors involved just blew that explanation off. However, here’s something that any reasonable person — which probably doesn’t include these professors — isn’t going to be able to blow off: the fact that the exit polls have been off by large amounts in 4 of the last 5 Presidential elections and have leaned towards the Democrats every time. Here’s the data via liberal Kevin Drum:
In 1988, the exit polling favored George Bush by just 0.6%, but he won by 7.7%.
In 1992, the exit polling data favored Bill Clinton by 12.8%, but he won by only 5.6%.
In 1996, the exit polling data favored Bill Clinton by 14.7%, but he won by only 8.5%
In 2000, the exit polling data favored Al Gore by 2.3%, but George Bush won.
Drum also notes another little factoid that’s highly inconvenient for election conspiracy theorists:
“(A)n analysis (done by Mitofsky) shows that exit poll deviations weren’t any different in precincts with different kinds of voting machines, which means that electronic fraud is very unlikely as an explanation for anything.”
As far as I’m concerned, that should settle the question of whether there was some sort of massive electronic vote rigging conspiracy in the last election once and for all.