Source Planet reports – According to the California Secretary of State Alex Padilla, as of Thursday afternoon, more than 6 million ballots have already been counted, and it is estimated that the number will climb to 8.5 million. From an LA Times article: More than 2.5 million ballots were left uncounted on election day across California, a process that could take several days or longer and leave close races in limbo. Secretary of State Alex Padilla posted a report late Thursday on unprocessed ballots. Most of that total — about 1.8 million — were mailed to voters but returned only on Tuesday.
Six million ballots have already been counted from the statewide primary. The uncounted tally would push total voter turnout to about 8.5 million, or around 47% of all registered voters. Los Angeles County had more unprocessed ballots than anywhere, about 616,000. San Diego County reported 285,000 uncounted ballots.
A portion of the unprocessed total are provisional ballots — designated for voters whose registration status can’t be immediately verified on election day. If a provisional ballot is later found to have been cast mistakenly, it may not be counted.
But at the same time at 7:31 pm on Thursday, there were 1,703,000 Republican valid votes and 3.550,000 Democratic valid votes which makes a total of 5.2 million recorded valid votes.
But if more than 6 million ballots had been already processed at that time and only 5.2 million valid votes recorded, that means that more or less 1 million ballots must have been declared invalid.
To verify how many votes are being stolen, let us measure it in a very simple way: let’s take the official counted ballot number as being published and time-stamped “reporting as of June 9, 2016, 4:49 p.m.:
– Bernie = 1,528,853
– Clinton = 1,977,908
– sum of other candidates = 32,650
Let us also keep the official number of the unprocessed ballot report as being published and time-stamped “Updated: 06/09/2016 5:16 p.m.”
Unprocessed ballots = 2,586,331