Mob Rule Wins for W
A premeditated mob assault on the Dade County election board appears to have guaranteed Texas Gov. George W. Bush's ascension to the presidency.
New evidence shows that Miami Republicans, working with Cuban-American extremists, organized the storming of the Dade County offices on Wednesday, an action that intimidated the election board into canceling the crucial recount of 10,750 disputed ballots.
That decision virtually assures that Vice President Al Gore's gains in Broward and Palm Beach counties will fall short of overtaking Bush's 930-vote lead. That, in turn, means Bush likely will be declared the victor on Sunday night and pressure will build on Gore to concede.
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