We, as a people have been scammed. It used to be that elections were fairly honest. Now, not so much.
How could this be? I thought all these elections had to be authenticated somehow, aren't they?
This has been going on for a very long time. The recent “changing of the rules” at the Republican Convention in Tampa is only the latest fraud. The videos show it very clearly which was why in future elections, I bet all cell phones are disabled within the election convention. Yes, they can do that.
Did you know the dead vote in elections? I didn't. At least until 1960. That was when certain districts around St. Louis were caught at it. Apparently enough dead people voted that it influenced who got elected President. Nixon might have actually won against Kennedy in that election. Guess who fixed that election in Illinois? "Well, I'll never tell," said the Donkey! ! ! Or was that a mule?
Right now countries all over the world are catching on to another election fraud. That is electronic voting without any paper backups. That is right. No paper backups to authenticate what the computer actually says happened.
I am a computer tech. I am not a very good one. My children are much better at it than I am. All three of my children are network engineers of the highest caliber. I can do routine things. Like install Linux side by side with Microsoft Windows. The advantage is Linux is under the wire. No viruses to speak of. Half way competent programming unlike other systems. That is because 10,000 competent computer software engineers use it as a backup system. This is relative only because Microsoft has at most around 200 to 300 engineers. I mention this because all the PC systems throughout the world are terribly vulnerable to hacking. Just recently Java had a problem on MCNBC News. A virus walked around every anti-virus system in the country. A friend of mine runs a computer shop and repairs computers. He said in two days time, he had at least 7 machines with this virus. It was called a Boot Block Virus. It blocks the computer from booting up. None of the software was able to block that virus. And it effected anyone with a Java system onboard at the time. Java has updated to take care of that particular problem after the fact. They are not even libel for damages. My point is, computers are vulnerable. Even Linux computers were caught when that Boot Block Virus went around. If you were on that internet site, chances are you were exposed.
Germany recently went to court and outlawed electronic voting. They did it because there was no way to tell whether the vote was hacked or not. So for humanitarian reasons, they asked to go back to hand voting on ballets. Secure the ballots and make sure an independent party counted them. Are you listening Florida? Ohio? Indiana? etc?
Al Gore might have won and we may never know if he did or not. In Ohio, the programmer that put the voting system together, died in an auto accident 2 weeks after the election at the time. He was threatening someone to come clean over hacking the system from what I was told. I don't believe in coincidences. I think he was killed by someone in our government. Not accusing anyone. Sure they must have covered their tracks pretty good. I suggest we look instead at who benefited the most from a hack job.
We all know that the government would never sanction killing someone for political reasons in this country, don't we? Look at the Republican Convention at Tampa videos and tell me you believe that with a straight face. I have a good poker face and I couldn't do it.
So what it really comes down to appears to be who can cheat without getting caught? Who has the best computer hackers out there? The problem is that who ever is hired to hack the system in various states is likely to have a very short lifespan. Not a good motive for a hacker to be involved. That is if Ohio is any indication.
No one can ever prove that Ohio was actually hacked. The evidence is buried. But those people that do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.