But we’re skeptical. [Above] is a screenshot of Coakley’s website taken this afternoon. The press release making the ballot fraud charge is dated yesterday, before any ballots were issued to voters.
With such seers working on the campaign (able to foresee possible ballot fraud before it happened), you’d think the Coakley campaign would have been able to anticipate Brown’s campaign surge. The Coakley release on the allegations now has the correct date on it. It can be found .
Most likely a last-minute try to have a recount postpone Brown’s probable win.