Nearly 4 million enrolled people did not vote or their votes have been ignored by the AEC

May 28

Posted by Editor, cairnsnews

by Andrew Mackinnon

The Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) is continuing to count the votes cast in the 2022 Australian federal election that was held six days ago on Saturday, 21st May, 2022.

This means that the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) is committing extensive vote fraud by creating fraudulent ballots favouring the Liberal-National Coalition, the Australian Labor Party and the Australian Greens, in order to replace the ballots cast by Australian citizens who voted for parties and candidates other than the Liberal-National Coalition, the Australian Labor Party and the Australian Greens and whose ballots have deliberately been ignored and not counted by the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) under the direction of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) on behalf of the Rothschilds-led synagogue of Satan.

Approximately 4 million Australian citizens who are aged 18 years and over and who are enrolled with the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) as eligible voters did not vote in the 2022 Australian federal election last Saturday, 21st May, 2022 or the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) has ignored their votes and not counted them.

According to the following report on the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) website, the number of Australian citizens who were enrolled and eligible to vote in the 2022 Australian federal election is 17,228,900.

https://tallyroom.aec.gov.au/HouseTurnoutByState-27966.htm

Here are the results of the 2022 Australian federal election, which I have calculated according to the following report titled, “First preferences by party”, on the website of the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) itself:

https://tallyroom.aec.gov.au/HouseStateFirstPrefsByParty-27966-NAT.htm

Liberal-National Coalition – 4,529,053 primary votes – 26.3%

Australian Labor Party – 4,110,011 primary votes – 23.9%

Australian Greens – 1,471,304 primary votes – 8.5%

One Nation – 608,465 primary votes – 3.5%

United Australia Party – 512,614 primary votes – 3.0%

Other parties – 621,620 primary votes – 3.6%

Independent candidates – 684,969 primary votes – 4.0%

Informal votes cast – 668,798 – 3.9%

Total votes cast – 13,206,834 – 76.7%

Eligible voters who either did not vote or whose vote has been ignored and not counted – 4,022,066 – 23.3%

Eligible voters – 17,228,900 – 100.0% #

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