(TeaParty.org Exclusive) – The good folks over at Gateway Pundit recently reported on a hand count that was done in the Rockingham District 7 NH House Race in the city of Windham, New Hampshire, which uncovered that Dominion-owned voting machines shorted every single Republican candidate by roughly 300 votes.
It hardly seems like an accident that every single GOP candidate was shorted by that many votes, right? Surely with such a major issue popping up like this, the New Hampshire Department of Justice would want to launch some kind of investigation to check into whether or not some kind of wrongdoing might have been done to help rig the election against Republican candidates?
Well, that does not seem to be the case at all. In fact, it appears that, despite this being the biggest election counting error caused by a machine in the state’s history, the Department of Justice wants nothing to do with the whole mess. Gee, it almost seems like these folks are trying to hide something, doesn’t it?
New Hampshire State Sen. Bob Giuda penned a letter that was sent to the Granite Grok website last week. In this letter, Giuda accuses the state’s DOJ of refusing to look into this matter.
“During the most recent conference call on February 5th, associate AG Ann Edwards and Election Law chief Nicholas Chong Yen reiterated the department’s refusal to test the voting machines or count the ballots. They also refused to consider obtaining a court order to alleviate their concerns about statutory authority under RSA 7:6(c),” Giuda writes.
“This isn’t a partisan issue; it’s a matter of election integrity. The town, the Secretary of State, the Democrat candidate, the Ballot Law Commission, a concerned citizen, and a Republican State Senator asked the NH Department of Justice to investigate the largest machine count error in NH history. The department refused,” he continues.
“This refusal by those charged with ensuring the integrity of our elections is inexcusable. Absent legal action – which would probably wind up in a Supreme Court led by Chief Justice MacDonald – we will never know what happened in Windham, or if any machine count errors occurred in the nearly 200 other towns that use those machines today,” the letter goes on to say.
“In choosing not to investigate the Windham incident, the Department of Justice failed our state and her citizens, both of whom had every right to expect a prompt, thorough investigation into the still-unexplained largest recount error in state history,” Giuda says.
This is the same kind of opposition that many other accusations of voter fraud have encountered. How many times have we heard about courts refusing to hear cases and look at the evidence being presented in lawsuits in key battleground states? It’s quite clear that these individuals are under the influence of the Democratic Party.
At the end of the day, it seems the New Hampshire Department of Justice is corrupt, completely sacrificing the integrity of our election system for the sake of the Democratic Party.
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