Army Run Polls, Bomb Threats, and Intimidation: Time to Elect Another U.S. President!

Tuesday, November 6, 2012
By Paul Martin

Melissa Melton
November 6, 2012

The time has come for yet another globalist puppet election circus sideshow here in America.

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, millions are still left without power and basic necessities. Thousands of National Guard troops have been called in to hold society together in New York and New Jersey. A Philadelphia ABC news affiliate even reported Seaside Heights, NJ declared martial law. A nor’easter is set to hit storm-ravaged New England tomorrow.

Today is officially election day. How are all of the displaced storm victims going to vote?
Our government is coming to the rescue, rolling out Department of Defense military trucks to New Jersey polling places without power. National Guard soldiers will be stationed to hand out paper ballots to voters. According to Lieutenant Governor and Secretary of State Kim Guadagno, “A DoD truck with a well-situated National Guardsman and a big sign saying, ‘Vote here’” will be waiting for New Jersey voters at polling places that are still standing.

This year’s presidential election process has already started off with a bang. Actually, two.
The Orlando Sentinel and Homeland Security reported not one, but two “suspicious devices” — a small cooler containing electrical items and a bag of garbage — were detonated by a bomb squad outside of an early polling station in Central Florida “as a precaution.” Voters were forced to wait four hours before they could go back in the building on the last day of early voting in the state.

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