Are Electronic Voting Machines the End of Democracy? Yes. Here’s How!

0 169

If Republicans didn’t learn their lessons about electronic voting machines in the presidential election of 2012 – LOOK OUT! If you thought 2012 was bad…just wait. Hillary’s going to need a lot more votes than Obama did to win. In 2012, Obama had several states where the voter turnout out exceeded the actual voter registrations. Want to make any predictions now?

With a national average turnout around 41% and Colorado’s average turnout around 48%, there were at least 10 counties that had greater than 104 and some even with 140% turnout. Similar cases happened in Ohio. Out of 18 precincts near Cleveland – there were ZERO votes for Romney. In Philadelphia out of 59 voting divisions – again ZERO votes for Romney. Finally in Florida, there was Broward County with 99% recorded votes for Obama and in St. Lucie County, there was a 141% voter turnout. That’s not to mention numerous other states with similar reported incidents. Can you say “Vote Fraud“?


SERIOUSLY?! Is this not “disturbing” to you? Now add to this mess to Hillary’s stupidity for a private server, her substantial undermining of U.S. national security with Russia in funding Skolkovo, and you have a planned disaster. So, it’s no wonder that the U.S. is taking steps to “bolster the voting process“.

The Obama administration is weighing new steps to bolster the security of the United States’ voting process against cyberthreats, including whether to designate the electronic ballot-casting system for November’s elections as “critical infrastructure,” Jeh Johnson, the secretary of Homeland Security, said on Wednesday.

 In the wake of hacks that infiltrated Democratic campaign computer systems, Mr. Johnson said he was conducting high-level discussions about “election cybersecurity,” a vastly complex effort given that there are 9,000 jurisdictions in the United States that have a hand in carrying out the balloting, many of them with different ways of collecting, tallying and reporting votes.
 “We should carefully consider whether our election system, our election process is critical infrastructure, like the financial sector, like the power grid,” Mr. Johnson told reporters in Washington. “There’s a vital national interest in our electoral process.”

Mr. Johnson said he was considering communicating with state and local election officials across the country to inform them about “best practices” to guard against cyberintrusions, and that longer-term investments would probably have to be made to secure the voting process.

“There are various different points in the process that we have to be concerned about, so this is something that we are very focused on right at the moment,” Mr. Johnson said.

His comments were the latest evidence that recent cyberintrusions have caused alarm in the administration about the potential for hacking to disrupt the election, and how to respond.

The administration on Wednesday played down the dangers, saying voters should not worry about cyberattacks wreaking havoc with the election.


“There are risks out there,” said Josh Earnest, the press secretary. “But I think the American people can have quite a bit of confidence in our ability to mitigate those risks.”

Uh! Not really Mr. Earnest. In fact most Americans have NO confidence in this administration or in Hillary Clinton. Isn’t that the REAL reason this administation is “bolstering the election process” in the first place? We didn’t trust you with Russia, we didn’t trust you with the Iran deal, and we don’t trust you with the upcoming presidential election. Do you think we were all born yesterday? We all know George Soros’s Open Society Foundation – the very same that funds most of the #BlackLivesMatter – also controls many of the electronic voting firms, including the Smartmatic Group. By the way, guess where the offices for Soros’ Smartmatic Group – are located? …Boca Raton, Florida.  Sounds like Florida is not such a battleground state afterall for Clinton.


Wait! There’s more. Another Soros company, SCYTL handled the overseas/military/absentee votes in 2012 as well. Looks like Democrats and Soros have all their bases covered for Hillary and the 2016 election.

Like I always say…follow the money. If I could predict what the voter turnout for the 2016 election in Palm Beach or St. Lucie County, Florida would be in November, I’d guess better than 100% voter turnout – probably closer to 140%, of course that’s WITH the NEW and IMPROVED “bolstered security”.


You might also like