So sorry, people, I promised to keep these alerts to once daily and yesterday I inadvertently sent two.
On the up side, that means I can send you this one a day early. And, boy, is it urgent.
This one has been receiving a lot of play in the last 24 hours, but I’m sending it anyway. It’s time-sensitive, with deadlines falling early next week..
There is a move to audit the vote in several swing states. It is now so close that there is a question as to whether Trump in fact won all the states that were called for him on Election Night. This could shift the balance of electoral votes in favor of Popular-Vote-Winner Hillary Clinton in a significant way.
Some computer scientists and other experts are advancing the possibility that voting machines in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania were hacked, affecting the outcome. This should be investigated.
Green Party candidate Jill Stein is calling for a recount in some of the swing states. As a candidate, she is one of the few who can do this. It is not in Trump’s interest, of course, and HRC is reluctant to do it. Gary What-is-Aleppo has evinced no interest in the matter. Hence, Jill Stein.
Read the entire article here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/jill-stein-election-recount_us_5835e45be4b09b6055fffc64
Here’s what to do:
1) Call for an audit of the 2016 Election Results
The Department of Justice (DOJ) is tallying phone calls from those who want the 2016 vote audited. There was a difference of just 55,000 Trump votes to Hillary in PA, MI & WI. They are starting to recognize there really is something off about the election results as they come in. With everything that is at stake, a vote audit must be done.
Call the DOJ and tell them you want the votes audited. Even if it’s busy, keep calling. It takes a few times to get through because of all the calls. DOJ’s main number is (800) 253-3931, the number for the voting section is (202) 307-2767 and the email is email@example.com
2. Sign petitions
It seems that President Obama and Hillary are reluctant to move forward with this line of questioning, focusing on a smooth transition. Here are petitions urging them to support or request the recounts.:
Please sign the petitions and publicize them as widely as you can – time is ticking away and we have less than a week to challenge the results in those three states!
There is also one on Change.org to the governors of those three states:
Thanks go to Magda, Anne and Jeanine for this information.
(I’m going to stop thanking Magda publicly, so you don’t think she’s doing all the work!)