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Savage states: 2012 election was fixed, professor Fair at Yale did research of the last 40 years and predicted Romney win, just as Gallup.

Posted on | November 23, 2012 | 5 Comments

‘The presidential election of 2012 was fixed’
                Welcome to The Michael Savage Newsletter, your daily insider report on all things “Savage.”
In today’s issue: Savage relied on his background in science to explain why the polls predicting a Romney victory were wrong.
He points to a scientific principle called the “confounding variable.”

“When you see that liberal polls such as Gallup and others were wrong in their prediction that Romney would win, you have to ask yourself why,” Michael Savage said to listeners.
I’m the only person in America who has the answer.
Because of my background in epidemiology, I’ve come up with a viable theory.
There is a factor in science called the confounding variable.
Let me explain to you what a confounding variable is.
They are the variables that the researcher failed to control for or eliminate, which damage the validity of the experiment.
My theory is that the illegal aliens in America, who pollsters placed in the category of “not likely voters” or “not registered voters,” were the ones who elected Obama.
Just as Arnold Rothstein fixed the 1919 World Series, I believe the presidential election of 2012 was fixed.
In actual fact, all the polls were probably correct, except they didn’t account for the confounding variable of all those illegal immigrants voting, sometimes twice or three times.


5 Responses to “Savage states: 2012 election was fixed, professor Fair at Yale did research of the last 40 years and predicted Romney win, just as Gallup.”

  1. Veritas
    November 23rd, 2012 @ 1:24 pm

    Sharon Rondeau of The Post & Email is calling for a FORENSIC RECOUNT of the entire election.

  2. Blackyb
    November 23rd, 2012 @ 1:44 pm

    That and software redirects.

  3. Blackyb
    November 23rd, 2012 @ 1:57 pm

    Maybe there is a way for everyone who voted for Romney to post it somewhere at a central location. It could be verified. It may take time, but it is better than not having concrete proof. Take one county at a time in each state if nothing else.Everyone who will put this out would likely out number the votes Obama is supposed to have had. I do not in any way trust the election results. There was a fix in before he even took office the first time as a Senator. It was all preplanned.

  4. rodney
    November 23rd, 2012 @ 2:36 pm

    Veritas, that is wonderful.

  5. Veritas
    November 23rd, 2012 @ 9:19 pm

    Sharon is our Dolly Madison, a patriotess of the highest order.

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