For Anyone Who Still Thinks That The Iranian Election Was Not Fraudulent

by Pejman Yousefzadeh on June 23, 2009

Give me answers to the following questions:

How did the government manage to count enough of the 40 million paper ballots to be able to announce results within two hours of the polls closing? How is it that Mr. Ahmadinejad’s margin of victory remained constant throughout the ballot count? Why did the government order polls closed at 10 p.m. when they often stay open until midnight for presidential races? Why were some ballot boxes sealed before candidate’s inspectors could validate they were empty? Why were votes counted centrally, by the Interior Ministry, instead of locally, as in the past? Why did some polling places lock their doors at 6 p.m. after running out of ballots?

Unable to give those answers? Don’t think your answers are plausible?

Then maybe, it’s time to face facts and admit that the elections were rigged and votes were stolen.

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