We Demand a Full Recount of the 2012 Presidential Election
  • Petitioned United States Federal Election Commission

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United States Federal Election Commission

We Demand a Full Recount of the 2012 Presidential Election

    1. Steven Blood
    2. Petition by

      Steven Blood

      Glendale, United States

The Presidential Election of 2012 was marred by Voter Fraud and questionable tallies including Voter Fraud and Missing Votes from Military Voters. Too many questions remain unanswered before this election can be certified as valid in December. We must be heard and this must be done now!

To:
United States Federal Election Commission
We Demand a Full Recount of the 2012 Presidential Election

The Presidential Election of 2012 was marred by Voter Fraud and questionable tallies including Voter Fraud and Missing Votes from Military Voters. Too many questions remain unanswered before this election can be certified as valid in December. We must be heard and this must be done now!

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • TERRY APPELL FREMONT, IN
      • 5 months ago

      BECAUSE THE ILLEGAL President WAS "NOT" ELECTED PROPERLY:

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    • John Reiner FLEMINGTON, NJ
      • 6 months ago

      Fraud?

      Isn't that illegal?

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    • Rick Saxton HILLSBORO, OH
      • 7 months ago

      Get that lying cheating no good son of a bitch that calls himself president. He's not even a us citizen! Enough is enough!!

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    • Rick Saxton HILLSBORO, OH
      • 7 months ago

      Get that lying cheating no good son of a bitch that calls himself president. He's not even a us citizen! Enough is enough!!

      REPORT THIS COMMENT:
    • Ed Frye POINTBLANK, TX
      • 8 months ago

      We discover the truth and do something about it. Make Arrests.

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