First they scrubbed the voter registration rollcall-much the same way they tried to do it this past election when Tony Romo and Mickey Mouse appeared on a few registration sheets and ACORN was laughingly accused of rigging an election.
Second, they had republican operatives shut down the recount so that any deadline for a recount would not be met.
Third, they had the single worst SCT decision in history handing the election to Bush the lesser. I believe both Scalia and Thomas had family working on Team Bush. They should have recused themselves. I agree with Bugliosi on his summation of the Bush v Gore decision: But I (Bugliosi) personally will stake my prosecutorial reputation, if I have one, on the proposition that within the pages of The Betrayal of America I prove beyond all reasonable doubt that these justices were absolutely up to no good, and they deliberately set out to hand the election to George Bush.
As for the recount, Gore won under ANY statewide recount, i.e., a recount of all the votes of the state.
Review of all ballots statewide (never undertaken)
• Standard as set by each county canvassing board during their survey Gore by 171 • Fully punched chad and limited marks on optical ballots Gore by 115
• Any dimples or optical mark Gore by 107
• One corner of chad detached or optical mark Gore by 60
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