Thursday, November 24, 2016
Clinton Team Told to Contest the Election
At NYPOST by Daniel Halper --
Top aides to Hillary Clinton have been briefed on unproven claims that the presidential election was hacked by computer scientists, according to a new report.
Campaign chair John Podesta and counsel Marc Elias heard the complaints in a conference call last Thursday, New York magazine reports.
The allegations say Clinton won 7 percent fewer votes in counties that use electronic voting, compared with counties that rely on paper ballots in the state of Wisconsin.
The campaign was told that the margin of suspicious votes would swing 30,000 votes to Clinton’s favor.