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NC State Political Science Professor under "Heavy-Fire" this morning for comments to NBC News, claiming Gov. Pat McCrory should concede... 

"I say, not as a Democrat but as a political scientist, that it's entirely appropriate to condemn McCrory's actions," Steve Greene, political science professor at NC State University, told NBC News. "This is not how we do things here."





Dr. Greenes comments calling out the sitting Governor come after NC State Board of Elections has admitted to apparent "Systemic" Voter Fraud, Confirming Felon Voters and by overtaking control of one County thus suggesting the existence of a well oiled, "Bladen County Ballot Mill" Scheme...






As if this would not prove to be enough evidence of Massive Multi-level Voter Fraud, Dr. Greene remained "Mumm" on the fact that Durham County Board of Elections is currently under a formal SBI Investigation for Voter Fraud / Missing Ballots...







Reports indicate:

- 88 of 100 Counties have yet to Canvas / Certify their Votes

- NC State Board of Elections I.T. Staff Friday, conducted a small scale audit of early   votes matching against NC Dept. of Corrections Felon Database concluding 339 matches whom cast ballots in Nov. 8th election.

- This same audit has NOT been applied to the "Voting Day" ballots as of yet.

- NC State Board of Elections purged 38,600 "Dead Voters" from its "Voter Roll" in 2012 as required by NCGS.

- NCGS also requires Felons be removed from the "Voter Roll" yet, a small sample audit identified 339 Felons that had early voted on Nov 8, further supported by NO large scale purging as occurred for the 38,600 "Dead Voters" in 2012, thus indicating massive opportunity for an ineligible Absentee Felony Voter Mill.


The larger problem seems to be with North Carolina State University, a publicly funded institution of "Higher" Education where as NC's taxpayers fund the UNC System, it's faculty inclusive of Dr. Greenes "Salary"... 


Specifically, the apparent use of UNC infrastructure and assets by Dr. Greene to promote his intent of being a "Mainstream" Media "Expert" on Gender & Politics.   By piggybacking on NCSU use of public funds it seems Dr. Greene has skillfully embedded his personal agenda into the "Publicly Funded Classroom"...   











Given the above, does this leave Dr. Greene and NCSU in a "Tight-Spot"?








Should citizens be assured public education facilities and their staff remain politically neutral by adhering to internal guiding policy? 


Dr. Greene being an employee of and funded by... "All" the people of "NC State" as a Political Science "Educator"... it would seem, Dr. Greene would guide himself with an even higher fiduciary duty, being seen as, fair and impartial in the "Public's" classroom...  RateMyProfessor illustrates Dr. Greene has an admirable overall rating of 4.1, however most interesting is a number of the more pointed reviews by NC State Students... This is an insight not included in the "Receipt" Envelope received by, on many occasions the students parents...













America's youth should never be leveraged as a tool to morph them with a view left, right or any, other than their own...





Dr. Greene by inserting and leveraging his stature at NCSU, by default could be seen as an endorsement of authority by the University.  Coupled with his decision to use "public" assets of the state to seek, promote his personal views is problematic.







Most alarming is Dr. Greene appears to have possessed the willful intent to seek out Media Medium to publicly "Condemn" a sitting Governor, call for his concession... prior to the race officially being called... 










http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/north-carolina-gov-pat-mccrory-files-recount-challenger-s-lead-n687291
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Could this be the "Clue" that "Cracks" the Case of Durham County Voter Fraud??


Have NC County Board of Elections not been Purging "Dead Voter Rolls" and "Voting Felons Rolls" as defined by N.C. Statute?




Video "Clue" Clip - https://twitter.com/citizenssci/status/801130178625814528




https://twitter.com/citizenssci/status/801130178625814528


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#NCSBOE Board Member admits apparent Voter Fraud and lack of audits during Sunday's "Emergency" Board of Election meeting.

Scroll to 15:40 and listen, audio link below:   

https://s3.amazonaws.com/dl.ncsbe.gov/State_Board_Meeting_Docs/2016-11-19/Audio_Mtg_2016-11-2016.wav




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2016 - One Stop Voting "Results" Durham County


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Chapel Hill / Orange County, North Carolina Has "Massive " Math Problem too...  Participating voters exceed most recent U.S. Census estimates by 4033 residents??

This number is likely much higher given convicted felons, illegal immigrants etc. have not been factored.

Chapel Hill / Orange County has a glowing issue with Voter Integrty!






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Durham County has a "Math Problem"...












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While the 2016 Durham County data has not been made public and its appearing it may be some time before the correct data is certified, a look into 2012 provides glowing areas of protest...

- One Stop Votes  (Residential Address Certification)

- Precincts with a high % of Absentee Votes

- Durham County Absentee Voting Numbers, 107,158 voted "Absentee" or 72.62% of all votes in Durham County!


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North Carolina State Board of Elections Board Member Rhonda Amoroso acknowledges the “Elephant” in the Ballot Box…  This during yesterdays Emergency Board Meeting…


"It’s very troubling to me to have all this develop," said Amoroso. "To me, it appears, and it may appear to folks in the public, that we have a systemic issue here of voter fraud activities.

"We need to have honest and fair elections in this state, and we need to do whatever we have to do to make that happen here. It definitely is going to affect the outcome of several close races that are in front of us," Amoroso continued. "If someone is voting and they’re ineligible to vote, then my vote doesn’t count either. It puts a cloud over the integrity of the election process in North Carolina. We need to figure out how to resolve this."


http://www.wral.com/state-elections-board-to-address-complaints-at-tuesday-meeting/16259408/#laz4L3utcDF08Yjc.99
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