Jun 17 2009

Disappearing Iranian Votes

Published by at 12:33 pm under Iran

I can see why the slogan “Where’s My Vote” is catching on in Iran. I have no idea to the validity of this following image – picked it up off a twitter feed – but if it is genuine it clearly shows votes for Mousavi disappearing throughout the day:


From 9.47 AM to 1:53 PM – 4 hours – Mousavi lost over 45,000 votes in this one area. Yeah, I would say that defies reality. Again, I have no idea if this is real or not.

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4 Responses to “Disappearing Iranian Votes”

  1. KauaiBoy says:

    Send ACORN over. If anyone can find them missing votes, they can.

    And don’t laugh, it can easily happen here——Kennedy vs Nixon, all those Nixon votes in Illinois (of all places, eh) that either weren’t counted or disappeared. Only he had the class to not pull a Gore.

  2. lurker9876 says:

    Heard on Fox News that the Iranian protesters are not interested in the overthrow of the government.

    What’s up with that?

  3. WWS says:

    Well you’ve got to remember that supposed reformer Mousavi supports terrorism and hates America just as much as Aminadjeb. The only real difference between them is how much they’re willing to oppress their own people in order to achieve their goal.

    Having said that, it’s still a beautiful thing to watch them go after each other like this.

  4. Frogg says:

    It should also be noted how many of the Iranian signs are in “English”. Clearly the message is meant for the rest of the world to hear.