Is the Illinois GOP Primary election rigged? We don’t know, here at CDN, but it’s a question that was asked over at SGTReport.com. They’re reporting that the election results for tonight’s Illinois Primary were posted a full 24 hours early on a Chicago ABC website. What’s interesting is that these results were pretty detailed. They included the candidate’s names from THIS year and not 2008, so it can’t be said that they were an accidental posting from the previous election. And they even included detailed numbers such as the amount of votes each candidate got and what percentage of the vote they had. It all looked very official and very suspicious. It’s no surprise that the ABC affiliate has since removed these results from their website, but one has to wonder why they were ever posted at in the first place. Check out the video below to see what they discovered over at SGTReport.com.
The results for Tuesday night’s primary are in, and as you can see by this screenshot (of the same ABC website mentioned above), the final tally did not match the premature results which were posted on Monday night.
Several people have said that the premature results were most likely posted as a “test”, but it still seems odd that they would go live on the ABC affiliate’s official website.