>When the official results for polling station no. 333 were declared, the turnout was first given as 1,331 before being revised up to 1,867 on Tuesday. That is more than seven times higher than the number of voters counted by Reuters - with 73 percent of the votes going to United Russia, the party of President Vladimir Putin.
Nothing fishy there at all.
If you want a clinic in vote fraud, it's not hard to find.
And no, it's not in the US.
I love how Russians refer to Putin as the Tsar
>“We must ensure 85 percent for United Russia. Otherwise, the Tsar will stop providing us with money,” the man, Sergei Lyutikov, told a reporter, in an apparent reference to Putin.
Truth of the matter is the Russian people love Putin. The only ones that oppose him are those with bad health or those prone to accidents.
>what is seen as a dress rehearsal for next year’s presidential vote
Yeah, with 12% turnout in Moscow. Dress rehearsal my ass.
Maybe Reddit can help Putin by continuing to post links to RT, Sputnik, ZeroHedge, and so many more.