In light of allegations of widespread voting fraud, let's look closer at the issue of today's voting computers and the issue of election rigging.
Recently there's been a flurry of criticism concerning the allegation of computer glitches that flipped votes intended for Trump to Biden. I also find it entertaining as well as perplexing to hear the main stream propaganda news doing all they can to divert attention away from Trump to the point of all but declaring Biden the winner. One or two may have done just that!
The purpose of this blog article is to provide a number of videos that are actually evidence to the vulnerability and susceptibility of voting computers to electronic interference.
#1. Exit Poll and Computer Vote Counts Don't Remotely Match This first example took place right after the 2000 Presidential Election. The Oho General Assembly asked Clinton Curtis, a software programmer whose job it had been to write the code for a new voting computer line, to come and give testimony.
#2. Murder, Spies & Voting Lies In this video, Clinton Curtis again elaborates on what exactly his software would do, and he also talks about who it was that asked him to implement that software.
#3. A Hacker Shows Us How Easy it is To Manipulate Voting Machines Here's another situation where an electronic voting computer was manipulated. This video goes into the issues of a paperless voting machine versus one that provides a paper trail. A computer scientist tells how easy it is to do.
#4. US Lab Says Electronic Voting Machines Easy to Hack A group of researchers at Argonne National Laboratory outside of Chicago, Illinois have determined that those electronic voting machines can be easily manipulated, casting doubt on their security and effectiveness.
Now that you've seen these four videos on voting computers and election fraud, now you know why President Trump is concerned, not to mention the many allegations lodged by voters and Republican poll watchers alike. --Al Colombo
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