Reporter Horrified By Alarming Find Hiding On Media Server, COUP Imminent

Hillary Clinton’s election victory doesn’t seem to be easy to obtain, but that isn’t stopping her from making sure that she wins by any means necessary. Proving just that is the alarming find on a media company’s private server that left a reporter horrified – and it could mean that a coup is lurking around the corner.

There’s no doubt that Hillary is willing to do whatever it takes to walk away with this election, even if that means doing something illegal. Despite it clearly not being the first time something like that would happen, recent evidence that was hiding on an NBC back server that seems to show that this election will be stolen from Donald Trump.

Rumors have already begun to circulate about a rigged election, but it seems that a political activist was able to get some pretty damning proof. As it turns out, election results with Hillary Clinton securing 343 electoral votes and 42% of the popular vote were found on a hidden website for WRCB out of Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Reporter Horrified By Alarming Find Hiding On Media Server, COUP Imminent

Apparently, the group has already created documents and charts, ready to be broadcast nationwide, showing that Hillary has won the election. Even more shockingly, the activist goes on to point out that the results align with what is known a “fractional vote” method, or vote shaving – a way of counting votes that can result in someone fudging the numbers.

“On election day, you will see the same percentages overall, with only the numbers that claim to equal them different,” the activist reported. “The difference in total votes shown on the station pages, with the same overall final percentages proves the election theft is automated to hit desired percentages, no one has to lift a finger during the election itself to accomplish the steal.”

InfoWars further reports:

Vote shaving works by treating votes as decimals rather than whole numbers, which allows the machines to allocate the remaining fractional percentages elsewhere to sway election outcomes.

In short, those in charge of the voting machines are able to take portions of votes and compile them elsewhere, where needed. With this in mind, you could sway any number of precincts in the state leading to a false winner given at the main computer where all votes are sent for totaling.

Now, the visuals found on the private NBC website has been met with its fair share of speculation with some saying the page was part of a code test to ensure the software would actually post the actual results from that previously mentioned computer. However, the reporter states that there is no apparent code for tabulating votes as all the information was simply typed in.

Reporter Horrified By Alarming Find Hiding On Media Server, COUP Imminent

Of course, what he’s actually suggesting is that these are the numbers you will see on November 8th saying that Hillary has already won the election. We already know that the media is helping Hillary in any way that they can, but for them to lead a secretive coup that many won’t even know took place is a pretty serious charge.

If anything, this information goes to show media bias toward the Democratic candidate as all “test” election result software always seems to show her winning. Although they’ve made that clear by trying to suppress voter enthusiasm for Trump, one can only wonder how election day will turn out.

Surely there will be some eyebrows raised if these exact numbers are shown after the election – and more than likely, severe outrage – but this isn’t all the media is doing to try to overthrow the will of the people. This election has been an uphill battle for Trump every step of the way – and I think the fact that he stands a chance pisses off Hillary more than anything else seeing how all the scales have been tipped in her favor.

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