Emerald Robinson’s charts: Now it’s obvious; Uniparty rigged the election

by WorldTribune Staff, November 9, 2022

The voting machines went down. The tabulators failed. The paper ran out. The printer settings were wrong.

“Welcome to the Banana Republic of Biden,” independent journalist Emerald Robinson noted of Tuesday’s vote which only reinforced the Uniparty’s power to “rig the elections against Trump-aligned candidates.”

The few remaining objective reporters in Big Media even admitted that voting machines were malfunctioning across America.

As Robinson noted in a substack.com analysis: “The machines were all ‘down’ in Mercer County, New Jersey. They were full of ‘mishaps’ in Harris County, Texas and in Chesterfield County, Virginia and in Bell County, Texas and in Suffolk County, New York. At least 20% of all the machines were ‘not working’ throughout Maricopa County, Arizona. They ‘ran out of paper’ in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. In fact, ‘officials say that roughly 44 polling locations in Luzerne County ran out of paper to print ballots.’ Of course, it’s completely normal on Election Day for 44 polling places to run out of paper simultaneously.”

The morning after, the majority in Big Media who long abandoned objectivity were telling Americans that “late arriving mail-in ballots” are still to be counted in order to decide elections in Arizona, Nevada, and elsewhere.

“Democrats needed to disrupt the Republican vote in Arizona to stop Masters and Lake — and what a coincidence! — the machines go down in the red precincts of Maricopa County and keep working elsewhere,” Robinson wrote. “Democrats needed to disrupt the Republican vote to stop Lee Zeldin in New York — and what a coincidence! — the machines go down in Suffolk County! That’s Lee Zeldin’s hometown. If you can believe these obvious lies, you can believe anything.”

Robinson noted that Big Media get their “real time” vote counts from Edison Research.

Notice any spikes in these charts?

Georgia Senate race between Republican Herschel Walker and incumbent Democrat Raphael Warnock:

Minnesota governor race between incumbent Democrat Tim Walz and Republican Scott Jensen:

Illinois Senate race between incumbent Democrat Tammy Duckworth and Republican Kathy Salvi (Note: The race was called for Duckworth two minutes after the polls closed):

The Michigan Attorney General race between incumbent Democrat Dana Nessel and Republican Matthew DePerno:

What happens next?

Robinson concludes: “Just watch all the corporate media stories about malfunctioning machines get wiped from the Internet in the coming days. How do I know this will happen? This is not my first rodeo — and it’s not yours either.”

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