All signs point to a Scott Brown win in MA; any other result will smell of election fraud

Just as Scott Brown’s surge against Coakley is admittedly stunning and an invigorating  turnaround, an election win by Coakley today would be equally stunning.

Since  a Republican has not held a Senate seat in Massachusetts since 1972 and Massachusetts is an overwhelming Democratic stronghold, it was not expected even just a few weeks ago that Scott Brown could make this race competitive, much less win it.

However, many facts and anecdotal evidence now suggest that it is a race HIGHLY favoring a Scott Brown win today in the Massachusetts Senate race.

Of course the turnaround is largely due to Americans (regardless of party) becoming extremely disenchanted and angered with the Obama administration and Democratic-led Congress shoving a complete Socialist remake of America down our throats.  America has awakened and the turnaround of this Coakley/Brown race is the result of that anger.

So, just as in a status quo year, we would see a Democrat win as inevitable—today it seems that a Brown win is inevitable….The facts and anecdotal evidence all point strongly in that direction:

From Gateway Pundit on today’s electioneering by the Coakley campaign:

A Democratic operative familiar the DSCC’s massive get-out-the-vote operation says that outreach workers in and around Boston have been stunned by the number of Democrats and Obama supporters who are waving them off, saying they’ll vote for Scott Brown.

For absentee ballots:

Scott Brown is leading in the absentee voting 58-42. 9% of registered voters said they have already cast a ballot.

Democrat Strategist on Coakley’s falling poll numbers in the last two days:

“I have heard that in the last two days the bottom has fallen out of her poll numbers,” says one well-connected Democratic strategist. In her own polling, Coakley is said to be around five points behind Republican Scott Brown. “If she’s not six or eight ahead going into the election, all the intensity is on the other side in terms of turnout,” the Democrat says. “So right now, she is destined to lose.”

And on the latest polls, all serious polls taken since January 12 show Brown ahead by 3 to 15 points.

So mark my words….anything other than a Brown win today distinctly smells of ACORN/SEIU/DEMOCRAT/OBAMA voter fraud tactics.

And, come to think of it, a Brown win today will cause even more mental meltdowns for our Obama-rubber-stamped media freaks…you know the likes of Chris Matthews, Ed Schultz, and Keith Olbermann…some meds may be in order here.


2 Responses

  1. Looks like death to Obamacare!!! YEAH!!

    People are fed up with the lies: transparency, C-span, No taxes over $250K(yea right!!), unemployment, apologizing for the US at every turn, etc, etc.

  2. Issues already arising. . . in Lawrence MA, a supporter of Coakley is distributing absentee ballots and indicating how to vote for Coakley until authorities arrived. Can you detect the odor of ACORNs?

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