DEMS MAKE MOVE TO STEAL COLEMAN'S SENATE SEAT …Update: Fraud Charged!

DEMOCRATS MOVE IN TO STEAL NORM COLEMAN’S SENATE SEAT–

Senator Norm Coleman is watching his victory on Tuesday slip away.

This was so predictable.
On Tuesday the final tally gave Senator Norm Coleman a 725 vote advantage.
On Wednesday Democrats knocked the lead down to 590 votes.
By the end of Thursday they “found” more votes and chiseled Coleman’s lead down to 236 votes.

This does not look good.
Republicans better send in some lawyers or the Dems are going to steal this critical Senate seat.
The Star Tribune reported:

 

Just as Secretary of State Mark Ritchie was explaining to reporters the recount process in one of the narrowest elections in Minnesota history, an aide rushed in with news: Pine County’s Partridge Township had revised its vote total upward — another 100 votes for Democratic candidate Al Franken, putting him within .011 percentage points of Republican U.S. Sen. Norm Coleman.

The reason for the change? Exhausted county officials had accidentally entered 24 for Franken instead of 124 when the county’s final votes were tallied at 5:25 Wednesday morning.

If democrats succeed it would give them 58 seats in the Senate.

The American Spectator warned us about these Democratic tactics just yesterday.

UPDATE: CHARGES OF fraud in the Minnesota Senate race.

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