The Rothschild’s Are Part Owners Of American Voting Machines
If it is TRUE that the only voting equipment and software in use in America today is produced by REPUBLICAN companies, and those companies refuse to
publish their software on the grounds of "protecting trade secrets", then it is no wonder that so many Democrats come up loosers on those
but the results of Democrats trying to vote on Republican voting machines, and expecting to win, IS NO JOKE !!!!
Charter Oak Partners, an affiliate of Rothschild Realty Inc., which is an affiliate of Rothschild, Inc
I am a Senior Managing Director at Rothschild Inc., the United States affiliate of the 200 year old worldwide Rothschild Group
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About Election Systems & Software
Q: What does ES&S do?
A: Election Systems & Software, Inc.
(ES&S) is the world’s largest election management company.
Headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska with over 400 employees located in eight regional U.S. offices and agents on five continents, ES&S has supported more
than 40,000 elections worldwide for over 30 years. In the 2000 U.S. elections alone, ES&S systems counted over 100 million ballots. ES&S’ hardware and
software solutions support the entire election process to include voter registration, ballot production, voting, vote tabulation, and results
The second US Coup d’etat has happened.
Owners of the Election Systems & Software (the manufacturer of voting machines that are used in Florida) are the Republicans
(Howard Ahmanson has 68% of the company
). Did they help the Republicans
to take over the Democrats? Yes, they did.
The iVotronic voting machines used in Florida had a Windows-based GUI (one more link between B.G. and his investments in the Republicans. Or does Bill
Gates make political "investments" without purpose?)
THE ES&S “IVOTRONIC” TOUCH-SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
The new iVotronic voting system
in use in Miami-Dade County and other areas of Florida
was produced by Omaha, Nebraska-based Election Systems & Software
(ES&S). In 2001, ES&S received
an order from various counties in Florida for $70.6 million to provide the new system. Of this sum, Miami-Dade County paid $24.5 million, while
neighboring Broward County paid $18 million. A group called, appropriately, the Florida Association of Counties lobbied for ES&S before the Florida
legislature after endorsing ES&S’s touch-screen iVotronic machines, receiving a commission of $300,000 from ES&S in return. The chief lobbyist for
ES&S in the deal was Sandra Mortham, who served as Florida’s top election official from 1995-99 and founded “Women for Jeb” (Bush). Some local
officials have suggested that Mortham’s actions exhibited a conflict of interest.
[edit on 31/10/2004 by Sauron]