In a case of election fraud so obvious it would make Algore wonder where he went wrong in Florida eight years ago, ACORN Secretary of State Mark Ritchie and his canvassing board declared Saturday Night Live comic and failed liberal talk-radio host and all-around blowhard Al Franken “the winner” of the U.S. Senate seat in Minnesota previously held by Norm Coleman.
Despite a series of one-sided decisions by Minnesota courts to deny all of Coleman’s claims and grant all of Franken’s wishes, the closest election in recent Minnesota memory saw voter fraud so wide-spread in heavily Democratic precincts that many reported recount totals far higher than the number of total ballots cast on election night.
The effort was successful in claiming a vote total turnaround that, on election eve, favored Coleman by over 700 votes, to a post-recount total that favors Franken by 225 votes.
Of course, Franken, Ritchie and company shut off the faucets as soon as Franken was comfortably ahead, even though there are still plenty of uncounted absentee votes that may or may not favor Coleman and turn the tide again.
Can’t have that, can we? After all, as far as the mainstream Minnesota media is concern, they “right” person finally succeeded; now all those fine words about counting every vote are about as worthless as Franken’s election certification.