posted on Mar, 14 2012 @ 01:15 AM
reply to post by arber123
This is an incredible video of a Congressional hearing that exposes the ease of rigging electronic voting results.
Here is the Wiki bio of Clinton Eugene Curtis
, the man making the testimony in the video;
Clinton Eugene "Clint" Curtis (born 1958 near Salem, Illinois) is a United States computer programmer and ex employee of NASA and ExxonMobil,
currently living in Northern California, who worked for Yang Enterprises (YEI) in Oviedo, Florida until February 2001. He is notable chiefly for
making a series of "whistleblower" allegations about his former employer and about Republican Congressman Tom Feeney, including an allegation that
in 2000, Feeney and Yang Enterprises requested Curtis's assistance in a scheme to steal votes by inserting fraudulent code into touch screen voting
This was in relation to the Florida vote rigging allegations, which was where the electronic vote went to Bush even though the exit polls heavily
favored Gore, and the Florida Supreme court refused to allow a hand-recount of the ballots.
This guy presents matter-of-fact damning evidence of vote rigging by his company.
The 2004 Ohio election is another matter, that was where election results were re-routed to a private server
before going to the Ohio AG's
office. The server was operated by Republican operative Mike Connelly who died in a suspect plane crash.
The Florida electronic vote machine were made by Diebold, where the Diebold CEO infamously declared he would deliver the vote to Bush. It's also
where strange vote tabulations were being noted as they occurred, such as:
Diebold Memos Disclose Florida 2000 E-Voting Fraud
reply to post by jude11
"DELAND, Fla., Nov. 11 - Something very strange happened on election night to Deborah Tannenbaum, a Democratic Party official in Volusia County.
At 10 p.m., she called the county elections department and learned that Al Gore was leading George W. Bush 83,000 votes to 62,000. But when she
checked the county's Web site for an update half an hour later, she found a startling development: Gore's count had dropped by 16,000 votes, while
an obscure Socialist candidate had picked up 10,000--all because of a single precinct with only 600 voters."
We all know it's happening but this was the video that came out after Bush stole his election with rigged voting.
Hand counting truly is the only way to go.
Unfortunately, hand recounting of electronic voting is now impossible. See the points made in this article (while the article refers to one state's
system - Washington, they are all nearly identical):
(WA) 2/12 - REBUTTALS TO CANNED TALKING POINTS ABOUT VOTING MACHINES
REBUTTALS TO WASHINGTON STATE'S TALKING POINTS ABOUT VOTING MACHINES
TALKING POINT: We have a state law that requires every electronic voting machine to have a paper backup, referred to as a Voter Verifiable Paper Audit
THE TRUTH: The public is not allowed to examine the paper trail.
TALKING POINT: After each election, each county randomly chooses up to 4% of their electronic voting machines for an audit, where they compare the
electronic votes to the paper audit trail for three races to verify that they match.
THE TRUTH: This is not an audit, it is a spot check, and it is controlled by the same people who program the system and control chain of custody for
TALKING POINT: All paper trails can withstand multiple recounts or audits, and the image will last up to seven years.
THE TRUTH: That's nice, but the public is not permitted to examine these ballots, ever, even after the election and all recount and contest periods
The article covers many more points than what I quoted above. One look at the vote manipulation in the Maine caucus should be all it takes to realize
how fraudulent electronic voting is. Made worse by the fact that the people gaming the vote are the same ones we ask to do any recounts or audits...
reply to post by Alxandro
Since computer programming is more of an ArtForm than anything else, it would be obvious to assume that a computer programmer would more likely
be a Democrat.
So, according to your logic, all computer programmers are Democrats? You know what happens when you make assumptions.