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Jill Stein Raises Over $4 Million For Recount That “Could Put Hillary in the White House”

by Kurt Nimmo, SHTFPlan:

Hillary Clinton and John Podesta are playing wait-and-see after a group of voting rights experts and computer security buffs claimed the election was hacked in favor of Donald Trump.

“Hillary Clinton could have been robbed of the presidency by hackers, a group of experts claims – and now they’re calling for her to demand a recount,” the Daily Mail reports.

The group says votes in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania may have been hacked to lower Clinton’s numbers. The experts believe she may have been robbed of around 30,000 votes.

On Tuesday New York magazine reported the group of “prominent computer scientists and election lawyers” described as activists had called for a recount.

The academics so far have only a circumstantial case that would require not just a recount but a forensic audit of voting machines. Also complicating matters, a senior Clinton adviser said, is that the White House, focused on a smooth transfer of power, does not want Clinton to challenge the election result.

The Russians and Vladimir Putin have yet to be directly accused, although this should be expected if Clinton demands a recount. A lot of effort went into the Democrat concocted propaganda campaign to portray Putin and Russia as meddlers determined to skew the election in Trump’s direction.

On November 9, Alexandra Chalupa, a DNC worker, went on Facebook to blame the Russians.

“Russians have heavily influenced this election for the past six months and have successfully hacked into the election systems of more than half the states in the country,” Chalupa wrote.

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