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VOTE FRAUD THREAD

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This will be coming up more and more as we dive closer to 2020.


NUMBERS DON’T LINE UP: R.I. voter rolls included 255,000 the census didn’t see. State’s figure has long been higher than Census Bureau’s.

PROVIDENCE — "Rhode Island had 7,000 more people registered to vote in November than it had U.S. citizens old enough to vote, according to a Providence Journal review of state voter records and U.S. Census Bureau numbers.

Secretary of State Nellie M. Gorbea, who is in charge of maintaining the state’s voter list, says 789,950 people were registered to vote in November. The Census Bureau says 782,000 citizens old enough to vote lived in Rhode Island then.

The Census Bureau, in a survey of Rhode Island residents, also counted how many were registered to vote in the November 2018 election. That totaled 532,000 — 255,000 fewer than the number Gorbea said were registered to vote."

How did this happen and why such a HUGE discrepancy? No voter fraud, right? So how did Gov. Gina Raimondo get 52.6 percent of the vote?! How did Sen. Sheldon Farticus Whitehouse get in again? And Rep. David Cicilline? All three are HUGELY unpopular and Rhode Islanders are asking, how did they get in again?

Voter fraud.


Moar here: http://digital.olivesoftware.com/Olive/ODN/ProJo/shared/ShowArticle.aspx?doc=TPJ%2F2019%2F05%2F03&entity=Ar00104&sk=43A293AA&mode=text&fbclid=IwAR1GTcIkAtCRLHAEmR-fDuf1sD4kCmr9_rH59pAlYhbpRB04trK6OdHg3hs
 

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To vote, be registered, check in at a voting place in your district, vote, on your way out dip your thumb in purple ink...now go home and stay there.
 

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Makes one wonder what the truth really is........ right killary?

SO close yet so far away!

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https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2019/05/06/microsoft-introduces-electionguard-software-to-modernize-voting/

Microsoft Introduces ‘ElectionGuard’ Software to ‘Modernize’ Voting

Tech giant Microsoft is taking a step into the world of election security, offering a new open-source software called “ElectionGuard,” which it claims is an “end-to-end” voting verification system to “modernize” elections.
AP News reports that Microsoft is entering the world of election security with the introduction of new open-source software called “ElectionGuard.” The name of the new software seems quite close to Microsoft’s partner NewsGuard, the browser extension bundled with the Microsoft Edge mobile browser that purports to be the arbiter of reliability in media. In practice, NewsGuard has repeatedly verified hoax Russian election tampering stories as true while blacklisting multiple conservative news websites as “fake news.”



Now, Microsoft is offering to step in to make voting more secure and transparent, according to the company. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said in an announcement on Monday at a Seattle developer’s conference that the software would help to “modernize all of the election infrastructure everywhere in the world.”
 

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Wouldn't it be great, one morning, we wake up and find most of Congress has been indicted and arrested for Voter Fraud?

.gov can't spend as much money when there's no one there to give it away
 

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Microsoft and DARPA want to run the elections for every country in the world.

https://apnews.com/7e78189c21ce4a7cb7cb73432705c3ca

Microsoft offers software tools to secure elections

Microsoft has announced an ambitious effort to make voting secure, verifiable and subject to reliable audits by registering ballots in encrypted form so they can be accurately and independently tracked long after they are cast.

Two of the three top U.S elections vendors have expressed interest in potentially incorporating the open-source software into their voting systems.

The software is being developed with Galois, an Oregon-based company separately creating a secure voting system prototype under contract with the Pentagon’s advanced research agency, DARPA. Dubbed “ElectionGuard,” it will be available this summer, Microsoft says, with early prototypes ready to pilot for next year’s U.S. general elections.

CEO Satya Nadella announced the initiative Monday at a developer’s conference in Seattle, saying the software development kit would help “modernize all of the election infrastructure everywhere in the world.”

Three little-known U.S. companies control about 90 percent of the market for election equipment, but have long faced criticism for poor security, antiquated technology and insufficient transparency around their proprietary, black-box voting systems.

Open-source software is inherently more secure because the underlying code is easily scrutinized by outside experts but has been shunned by the dominant vendors whose customers — the nation’s 10,000 election jurisdictions — are mostly strapped for cash.

None offered bids when Travis County, Texas, home to Austin, sought to build a system with the “end-to-end” verification attributes that ElectionGuard promises to deliver.

Two of the leading vendors, Election Systems & Software of Omaha, Nebraska, and Hart InterCivic of Austin, Texas, both expressed interest in partnering with Microsoft for ElectionGuard. A spokeswoman for a third vendor, Dominion Voting Systems of Denver, said the company looks forward to “learning more” about the initiative.

Anyone with an existing voting system or developing a new one will be able to incorporate ElectionGuard — at the state or local level in the U.S. or national level for jurisdictions abroad.

“Once the barrier to entry is low enough, hopefully one of the vendors will go for it, and that will bring the rest of them in quickly enough,” said Dan Wallach, a Rice University computer scientist who assisted Travis County.

“It can be used with a ballot-marking device. It can be used with an optical scanner, on hand-marked paper ballots,” said Josh Benaloh, a senior cryptographer at Microsoft Research and key contributor to the ElectionGuard project. Benaloh helped produce a National Academies of Science report last year that called for an urgent overhaul of the rickety U.S. election system, which Russian hackers infiltrated in 2016 in several states.

That report called for all U.S. elections to be held on human-readable paper ballots by 2020. It also advocated a specific form of routine postelection audits to ensure accurate vote counts — a requirement that “end-to-end’ voting verification satisfies.

Election integrity activist Susan Greenhalgh of the National Election Defense Coalition said she hoped it would encourage innovative thinking at the level elections are actually managed.

“We can’t have faith-based voting anymore,” she said. “This is a great step forward in verifying election results.”

ElectionGuard will let voters confirm that their votes are accurately recorded. Beyond that, the unique coded tracker it produces registers an encrypted version of the vote that keeps the ballot choice itself secret while ensuring votes are accurately counted.

That enables reliable postelection audits and recounts.
 

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https://twitter.com/Breaking911/status/1125812440380465152

Fifth person implicated in NJ cash-for-votes scheme
 

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How about voter ID and paper ballots?
 

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How about voter ID and paper ballots?
You trying to be racist again?

IDEA:
Hemp paper ballots, that could be an imporvement
Not sure how but it could be a game changer iyam
 

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As often as Microsoft products have been hacked, crashed, responsible for military jet failures, gov getting hacked, mil getting hacked, banks getting hacked as well as letting the CIA in the backdoor of ANY computer running Microsoft products, would it really be a smart choice to authorize Microsoft AND DARPA to provide "secure voting"? Letting the inmates run the asylum?!? Really???

How about executing congress and the judiciary while keel-hauling the CIA and putting the FBI on range duty as target holders and each political party committee on a 20 stint of latrine duty in federal prisons while there is a 10 year moratorium on federal elections and money to Israel? Makes much more sense to me.
 

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Anons, dig into the connection between newly indicted 'Fugees' rap group member and Haiti, birthplace of Fugees member Wyclif Jean

"Ex-Fugees rapper charged in campaign finance conspiracy case"

https://www.apnews.com/852e3aa86a604597b99c5e81179a7b6b

All mention of Haiti has been scrubbed from the Fugee's Wikipedia page, recently, as the Google cache blurb still shows multiple mentions of Haiti and Haitian immigration.
 

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Wouldn't it be great, one morning, we wake up and find most of Congress has been indicted and arrested for Voter Fraud?

.gov can't spend as much money when there's no one there to give it away
I'd rather see them all swinging from the end of a rope if its all the same to you
 

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Well, if we can't trust Microsoft and Darpa to guard our elections who can we trust?

Lol......

That's kinda like saying, if we can't trust Jeffrey Dahmer and Ted Bundy to babysit our children, who can we trust?
 

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Just think about all the misery they cause all across the world. Rope, tree shredder into a vat of acid all on tveeeeeee for the next group