A conspiracy theory is only a fact yet uncovered.
“Conspiracy” point of view:
Did Harry Reid Steal Nevada?
Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones
November 3, 2010
A serious investigation into potential vote fraud needs to be launched immediately in Nevada, after incumbent Harry Reid beat Tea Party candidate Sharron Angle by a clear five points, despite pre-election polls showing Angle four points ahead, amidst suspicious evidence of vote flipping and other dirty tricks on behalf of the Reid campaign last week that were dubbed “criminal” by Angle’s campaign attorney.
Angle clearly had the momentum going into the election, having come from behind to take the lead over the Senate majority leader.
Four separate Rasmussen polls prior to the election had Angle ahead. Two weeks before Super Tuesday, she held a 50% to 47% lead over Reid. One week prior to voting, on October 26, her lead was extended to four points, with Angle at 49% and Reid at 45%.
The race was tight, but surveys clearly showed that Angle was gradually extending her lead as each week went by.
To have a nine point swing, from Angle enjoying a four point lead just a week before the election, to Reid winning the seat by a clear five points, is highly suspicious, especially given the chicanery that came to light just last week. Nine points is not within the margin of error for polls, especially those conducted by Rasmussen, which is considered to be one of if not the most credible polling agency.
Scumbag Commie point of view:
Did Harry Reid ‘Steal’ the Nevada Senate Election?
David Knowles Writer
AOL News Surge Desk
(Nov. 3) — Dirty tricks?
On Tuesday night, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid was basking in the glow of his narrow victory over tea party upstart Sharron Angle. Throughout the course of the campaign, polls had shown the race to be an extremely tight contest, with the lead swinging back and forth between the two candidates all the way down to the wire.
But let’s back up to the waning days of the battle, with the contest far from decided. That’s when Cleta Mitchell, Angle’s attorney, sent out a fundraising letter in which she proclaimed the following:
As Sharron Angle’s campaign attorney, I am sorry to report that the Democrats and their cronies are up to their same old tricks of trying to manipulate the election in hopes of skewing the results in their favor.
Forum point of view:
Did Harry Reid steal Nevada?
My point of view:
Either Nevadans are totally stupid or he stole the election. Of course, if he only had to send out a few hundred dollars in gift cards while planning to steal millions in taxes over the next six-years, he really bought the election and the first point remains true.