posted on Apr, 24 2007 @ 05:18 PM
The 2004 elections had a number of inconsistencies that many have found to be quite questionable. Florida jumps into the mind of many, but in Ohio
there were even more sinister occurrences. Ohio was a crucial state for the Republican party and there is very clear evidence that something quite
serious was amiss.
Generally, the Ohio Secretary of State's website handles the election reporting, and in a normal situation all the voter data is directed to an Ohio
based IP that is hosted by the Ohio Supercomputer Center. When you look at the data on
, you can see that the data was directed to a server
owned by Smartech Corp. If you dig deeper and look at the American Registry on Internet Numbers, it shows that Smartech's block of IP addresses
(188.8.131.52 – 184.108.40.206) is comprised of the entire range of addresses owned by the Republican National committee.
You may recall that it was Smartech which hosted the notorious gwb42.com domain that was used from the White House in violation of the Presidential
Records Act, from which perhaps thousands of White house E-mails were deleted in the scandal, currently under investigation. Given this connection to
Smartech hosting the Ohio Voter data instead of the Ohio Supercomputer Center, which was supposed to be the one collecting the information, serious
questions arise about the validity of any election reporting that was done in Ohio regarding the final outcome.
What was the Republican National committee's IP host doing, collecting and reporting on the official vote outcome in Ohio??? Why wasn't it being
done by the Ohio Supercomputer Center as it was supposed to be?
You can read bout the E-mail scandal here: ATS-White house conspiracy