Rove stopped from stealing the vote by Anonymous?

By | November 26, 2012

Thank you Anonymous for stopping Rove’s attempted election fraud. You are my heros.Please turn every bit of evidence u have on Rove’s attempted election fraud over to the DOJ & FBI so he can be prosecuted. Way to go!

Btw prev poster, they didn’t tamper w/the election but PREVENTED election fraud. If you watch Rove’s incredulous reaction to FoxNews on election nite; saying his website crashed, its obvious Anonymous did what they said & succeded.

via Anon2Rove – YouTube.

Oh cool, Anonymous (we think it is Anonymous?) says Karl Rove was gonna vote fraud all the Machines, and that’s why he was so flabbergasted and refused to believe it when Fox called Ohio for Bamz, but they stopped him from stealing all the Machines by jamming up ORCA, because it was not actually a GOTV system but a “steal the vote” system, but they stopped him, we are pretty sure that is what the following letter, which we guess is from Anonymous probably, says. Seems legit! But here is our question! If Anonymous hacked ORCA and caused it to explode miserably on Election Day, how could Anonymous ever prove that ORCA was actually a vote-thieving program? …  – link

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Could Anonymous, in stopping Rove, have prevented another 9/11? Rove and torture influenced the 9/11 commission report, so say some. Rove was with Bush on the morning of 9/11/2001, so if 9/11 does turn out to be an inside job as many suspect, will Rove be one of the real 9/11 masterminds and will his account of 9/11 then be especially interesting?

… Inside Karl Rove’s new book, Courage and Consequence, there are numerous in-depth stories about the immediate hours and days after the September 11th attacks. Rove describes the ride from the school where President George W. Bush had been talking to students, as the Secret Service sped to get Bush aboard Air Force One. Along the way, they received word of the Pentagon attack and Rove says Bush was “preternaturally calm.” Soon they were airborne, “Once in the air, Air Force One then stood on its tail to get as high as possible, as rapidly as possible. I had not been in a jet at such a steep incline.”

Right away, Bush was facing decisions he never imagined confronting. Rove writes, “Almost immediately after we were airborne, Vice President Cheney phoned with a tough decision for Bush to make. The Air Force had scrambled to put up a combat jet patrol over Washington but needed rules of engagement. What should happen if another plane were hijacked and could not be controlled? Could it be shot down? The president uttered a forceful “Yes.” Cheney asked again and Bush said, “You have my authorization.” Rove goes on to talk about how worried Bush was about any young military pilot being asked to pull the trigger on a plane full of civilians. As a former fighter pilot himself, Bush understood what he was potentially asking them to do.

Once in the air, Bush wanted to return to Washington immediately, but the Secret Service insisted that he go elsewhere – believing it would violate their duty to protect him. Rove describes Bush’s fury at the debate, “At one point, he even barked at (Andy) Card, ‘I am the president!’ when Andy tried to importune him to listen to the Secret Service’s concerns. Later that day Bush would override the Service’s concerns and those of others, after being about as angry as I’d ever seen him.” …

Read more: http://liveshots.blogs.foxnews.com/2010/03/05/karl-roves-insider-view-of-911/#ixzz2DJRzs9rn

Inside Karl Rove’s new book, Courage and Consequence, there are numerous in-depth stories about the immediate hours and days after the September 11th attacks. Rove describes the ride from the school where President George W. Bush had been talking to students, as the Secret Service sped to get Bush aboard Air Force One. Along the way, they received word of the Pentagon attack and Rove says Bush was “preternaturally calm.” Soon they were airborne, “Once in the air, Air Force One then stood on its tail to get as high as possible, as rapidly as possible. I had not been in a jet at such a steep incline.”

Right away, Bush was facing decisions he never imagined confronting. Rove writes, “Almost immediately after we were airborne, Vice President Cheney phoned with a tough decision for Bush to make. The Air Force had scrambled to put up a combat jet patrol over Washington but needed rules of engagement. What should happen if another plane were hijacked and could not be controlled? Could it be shot down? The president uttered a forceful “Yes.” Cheney asked again and Bush said, “You have my authorization.” Rove goes on to talk about how worried Bush was about any young military pilot being asked to pull the trigger on a plane full of civilians. As a former fighter pilot himself, Bush understood what he was potentially asking them to do.

Once in the air, Bush wanted to return to Washington immediately, but the Secret Service insisted that he go elsewhere – believing it would violate their duty to protect him. Rove describes Bush’s fury at the debate, “At one point, he even barked at (Andy) Card, ‘I am the president!’ when Andy tried to importune him to listen to the Secret Service’s concerns. Later that day Bush would override the Service’s concerns and those of others, after being about as angry as I’d ever seen him.”

 

Read more: http://liveshots.blogs.foxnews.com/2010/03/05/karl-roves-insider-view-of-911/#ixzz2DJRzs9rn

0 thoughts on “Rove stopped from stealing the vote by Anonymous?

  1. Fred Killer

    “If 9/11 turns out to be an inside job………”

    What do you mean “If”?

    It’s the most blatant story ever sold.

    Absolutely no doubt whatsoever. Zip, zilch, nada, none!

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