Skip to comments.How to Prove Voting Machine Fraud
Posted on 11/14/2012 1:15:32 PM PST by rightjb
There is an enormity of evidence that voting machines across the country did not accurately record votes albeit from poll clerks, poll watchers or actual voters. A common cry heard from those wanting to simply accept these results is “you’ll never be able to prove it.”
Au contraire, mon frere.
Continued at: How to Prove Voting Machine Fraud
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Pointing out voting fraud if you’re a Republican is racist.
If you can write software that swaps votes, you could certainly put a routine in there that erases the vote swapping routine after the election is held. Not hard at all.
The machines would have had to be tested BEFORE the election. Any software programmer worth their salt has probably already covered their tracks.
As SVP of Technology Services for a company, I can say this with a fair amount of confidence: the evidence is probably already gone.
0’pinhead’s “the folks” be getting fid-gity methinx—i feels it in me bones.....
It doesn’t matter - Romney will not do anything that requires testosterone (or any other Republican leaders)
Well, all those points sound good but people are arrogant and like to brag how they got one over another person and in this instant they done did a good for their team.
You’d think at least a few people would have talked. We are talking about thousands in this conspiracy.
Then again, maybe Al Gore did win 2000 and John “Effing” Kerry didn’t lose to that idiot.....
How to prove voter fraud in St. Lucie county, FL:
1) Count the number of votes cast in St. Lucie county
2) Count the number of people registered to vote in St. Lucie county
3) If #1 is more than #2, there is voter fraud.
1) Count the number of votes cast in St. Lucie county 2) Count the number of people registered to vote in St. Lucie county 3) If #1 is more than #2, there is voter fraud.
Yes, but that wasn't the case. The number of vote "cards" counted was greater than the number of registered voters, but the ballot was so long that each voter received 2 cards. The number of votes cast in any given race was ~70% of the number of registered voters.
What seems to have caused you to excerpt your own blog?
Unfortunately the “140% turnout” number seems to have taken on a life of its own. We will be hearing about it for the next four years (at least) even though it is bullshit.
The number of cards cast, as shown in this report, is not twice the number of voters, which would be the case if each voter turned in two cards.
In District 63 “School House” the turnout was 154, yet cards cast only 105. Should have been 308 cards cast if they got two cards.
If what you say is true then each precinct would show a turnout of 200%, unless a variable amount of voters chose to turn in only one card and take, or throw away, the other.
Q1: Did you vote for Obama?
Reply: You are a racist.
” note* - turnout percentages will show over 100% due to a two page ballot. the tabulation system (GEMS) provides voter turnout as equal to the total cards cast in the election divided by the number of registered voters. also note that some voters chose not to return by mail the second card containing the amendments.”
What makes you believe “rightjb”, a freeper since 2000, is a blogger?
Just the facts, Ma’am.
Agreed. What’s the point of writing the software if it doesn’t work as planned.
Remember my first software edit. 1982.
It was basic , Artworx strip poker.
Every time the dealer one they lost
$100 and I was given $100.
The fact the he posts nothing but excerpts from a single blog indicates nothing to you?
Like maybe he’s just here to PROMOTE that blog, rather than participate?
Or is it just an odd coincidence, his posting record?
I often post items from barnhardt.biz, but that doesn’t make me Ann Barnhardt.
There are very few blogs I go to, HG. Ann just happens to be one I like and read the most. The fact we’re both female is incidental.
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