‘Unskewed Polls’ founder sets up site claiming Obama stole the election

The website,, identifies four “black states” Chambers claims were stolen by President Obama through massive voter fraud and suppression operations. According to the website, Democratic ballot stuffing was the reason Obama carried the critical swing states of Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Florida.

{mosads}The website provides no evidence for the allegations, other than to say that “Democrats are known for years for stuffing the ballot boxes,” and says that in this case, circumstantial evidence is sufficient.

“Those who engage in it are slick and do all they can to hide it, so the evidence is often quite circumstantial,” Chambers argues. “In fact, often the circumstantial evidence is all the evidence we have, such as finding tens of thousands of bogus votes in the ballot box, we didn’t see someone actually put them there, but they are found, they are there, and they are clearly evidence of vote fraud. Such is true of the voting divisions where Obama gets 100 percent of the votes cast. As if anyone REALLY believes that is legitimate.”

Obama took all of the votes in some predominantly black precincts, although this is in line with his performance among blacks overall.

Chambers gained notoriety after Mitt Romney’s campaign and other Republicans said polls showing Obama with a significant lead over their candidate were inaccurate.

They argued many mainstream polls skewed in the president’s favor because of sample sizes that based 2012 turnout projections on 2008, when Democrats — and Hispanics, blacks and young voters in particular — turned out in record numbers.

Chambers’s website,, began re-weighting the mainstream polls to closer track the demographic assumptions of conservative polling outlet Rasmussen Reports. The re-weighted polls usually showed Romney ahead in the race.

The final outcome showed turnout forecasts made by the mainstream polls to be accurate. Rasmussen was one of the least accurate polling outlets of the cycle, showing Romney with a national lead heading into Election Day and predicting Romney victories in Colorado, Florida, Iowa and Virginia, as well as showing a tie in Wisconsin, which Obama won easily.

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