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Evidence is surfacing the communist Greens stole the presidential election from the far-right in Austria.
Austria’s populist Freedom Party challenged the result of last month’s presidential election after its candidate Norbert Hofer lost narrowly, citing irregularities affecting about two-thirds of the mail ballots that tipped the balance.
“Without those glitches and irregularities, Hofer could have become president,” Strache said. “We aren’t bad losers, this is about the pillars of democracy that have to be secured.”Hofer had the election in the bag, he only needed something like 43% of the postal ballots to go in his favor, which is perfectly reasonable considering how close the election was.
Instead, the communist supposedly won over 60% of the postal ballots, which is just ridiculous.
If they do an actual honest investigation, there's sure to be fraud uncovered.
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