None of it makes any sense…

But it looks very much to me like the government won fair and square. If it didn’t, it’ll come out in the paper-trail audit, which CNE’s Jorge Rodriguez has already agreed to.

If the government did win fair and square, the Coordinadora Democratica has a LOT of explaining to do. In fact, if the government did win fair and square the Coordinadora Democratica leadership has a lot of resigning to do.

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