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A strong anomaly in CA results: a national average of 54% of registered voters would suggest 10 mln votes in CA, not 13 mln

Posted on | December 4, 2016 | 8 Comments

A strong anomaly in CA results: a national average of 54% of registered voters would suggest 10 million votes in CA in 2016, not 13 million, as reported. This anomaly gave Clinton the lead in the popular vote

By Dr. Orly Taitz, ESQ.

Wikipedia shows that the average number of registered voters, who voted in 2016 election, is 54%. California is a deep blue state, where major candidates did not even campaign, as it was a forgone conclusion that California will vote for a Democrat for president. What’s more, in prior elections Republicans had some incentive to vote because there was at least a Republican candidate for senate. However, a couple of years ago California past the “top two law”. What it meant is that all candidates from all parties competed in one pool in the primary in all races aside from the presidential race. Two top finishers regardless of party affiliation proceeded to the general election. That meant is that two Democrats could end up competing in the general election and that is exactly what happened in 2016 the senate race in CA. So, there was very little excitement in CA, particularly among Republicans and Independents. Even among Democrats there wasn’t much excitement, as most knew that CA will go for Hillary for president and people did not care much which one of the two Democrats will  be the US senator from California.

However, the numbers that are being reported are astonishing. California voter and party profiles shows that there are only 17.9 million registered voters in California. So, if Californians were to vote at the same percentage as the nation as a whole, meaning 54% of registered voters, we would expect about 9.7 million votes. However, considering an apathy, lack of campaigning by the major candidates in California, lack of GOP candidate for senate, we would expect more like 50% of the registered voters to cast the ballot, roughly 9 million votes.

New York Times 2016 election results http://www.nytimes.com/elections/results/president shows that 8,292,725 cast their vote for Hillary in Ca, 4,276,750 for Trump and 41,832 voted for the third parties. Hillary’s vote alone was nearly equal to what we expected for all the parties combined in California. The total numbers showed that about 13 million people voted in California or 78% of the registered voters. This number is a huge outlier. It means that 24% more voted in California than nationwide. We never saw such numbers. Additionally, we have seen reports in state newspapers and local radio stations that some people observed large stacks of ballots being mailed to the same addresses. So, we have seen 3 million votes cast more in California than it was expected based on 54% nationwide average and nearly 4 million votes more than what was expected based on general apathy in California. This is more than the total popular vote lead that Clinton has. She states that, though Trump won in the electoral vote, he does not have a mandate because Clinton won the popular vote. Well, Clinton’s lead came from 3-4 million questionable votes in California. There is a high suspicion that those are votes of non-citizens, dead voters, bogus voters or people voting in multiple states. It is imperative that the incoming Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, launch an investigation of California voter rolls and 2016 votes in California to solve this mystery and help us, Californians, have clean elections in the future.

By Dr. Orly Taitz, ESQ

12.04.16

California’s 17.9 million registered voters—as of May 2016—constitute 72.3% of eligible adults, which is identical to the registration rate prior to the June primary in 2012. California Voter and Party Profiles (PPIC Publication)
www.ppic.org/main/publication_show.asp?i=526
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Comments

8 Responses to “A strong anomaly in CA results: a national average of 54% of registered voters would suggest 10 mln votes in CA, not 13 mln”

  1. Mike Duffy
    December 4th, 2016 @ 11:50 am

    The national average of 54% is for eligible voters, not registered voters. California has about 25 million eligible voters and so the number who voted is almost exactly in line with the national average. Jeff Sessions might be better spending his time investigating black voter suppression in the southern states.

  2. Jerry G
    December 4th, 2016 @ 3:33 pm

    It’s obvious as Trump has said that if you subtract the illegal votes from Hillary’s total that Trump won the popular vote.The number of illegal votes in California didn’t help Hillary win the election but it helped perpetuate the myth that she won the popular vote.

  3. Extirpates
    December 4th, 2016 @ 4:21 pm

    Dear Dr. Taitz,

    You have already shown how corrupt and mismanaged the state election rolls are. Nothing has been done because all the dead voters are on the left side of the roll.

  4. W
    December 5th, 2016 @ 12:35 am

    Democrats will continue to manipulate California until all the vote cheating is stopped. The legislature and governor are digging an ever deeper grave for the entire state. Time to fight back California stand up and take back your state

  5. Koen
    December 5th, 2016 @ 3:01 am

    So about half the votes for Clinton in California were fake. Subtract the 3 to 4 million votes from Clinton’s official total, and it becomes clear the democrats won with not that much margin, like in all the other blue states. Btw, the percentage of non-voters is very high. Almost half of the USA citizens have lost faith in the democratic process, and for good reasons.

  6. Rabbitnexus
    December 5th, 2016 @ 4:51 am

    Seen from outside, as an Aussie who was watching closely the US election circus as I always do, there was never any doubt in my mind from the outset that Trump had the popular vote sewn up. No less doubt either about massive rigging, which characterizes US elections anyway, and is by no means only by Dems, but by the deep state from what I see and it depends on which of the candidates they want in the office. The rigging was 99% in the direction of the Hildebeast. In the end the result was a surprise to me only in the fact it actually managed to get past the rigging which I said would take a genuine landslide. They can’t rig against a true landslide and that is why he did it.

  7. js/js
    December 5th, 2016 @ 5:10 pm

    Agree, too much rigging in California. Full of

    fraud and illegals, who also vote multiple (X)

    times both IN STATE and NEXT DOOR. Mucho type

    fraud all over California.

    Also, factor in all the final votes of Oregon,

    Wash. state, Hawaii, and thus, California, is a

    giant landslide assisted by the other voter

    landslides. Hence, Trump fell way behind in

    the totals. Hillary won finally by 2.5 million

    total (99% now). Just impossible. Same thing

    did happen to Bush in 2000, but Gore was way

    less a total factor. Warn em, Danno!!!

  8. js/js
    December 5th, 2016 @ 5:16 pm

    Gore won by 555,000 votes total in 2000,

    only a mild landslide. Bush had led all night

    too. But Trump got creamed, upset (2016). Yet,

    the Hillary zombies did not prevail in the

    Electoral College. Thank the Lord, and the old

    US founders and genii. Amen. Tell em, Danno!

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