Election integrity matters. If the vote counting system is corrupted, and votes cannot be verified, then all the campaigning, time, and money spent makes no difference.
One huge problem is the potential to hack voting machines. Back in 2000 and 2004, the vulnerability of Diebold machines to hacking was widely recognized. More recent elections spotlight vulnerabilities of Dominion voting machines with many reports on easy hacking of voting machines. In addition, groups with ties to the UN appear to be involved in Georgia 2022 elections.
Hand counting of paper ballots on location, with live video documentation and community representatives from each party overseeing the counting process, might be time and energy intensive, but may prove to be the only fair and accurate way to count and verify votes.
Whitney Webb’s 2019 article, “Microsoft’s ElectionGuard a Trojan Horse for a Military-Industrial Takeover of US Elections,” details the numerous problems with the adoption by many states of Microsoft’s election technology, called “ElectionGuard.” Further complicating the problems, the Department of Homeland Security ( DHS ) is apparently involved with “securing” elections.
In addition to the need for meaningful public oversight to ensure voting integrity, is the need to get military intelligence, alphabet agencies and the federal government out of our elections. -JD
RELATED: 2020 Operation Blackout Government Election-Hacking Exercise LINK
The Transition Integrity Project (TIP) Exercise was another military-style war gaming series of events held in 2019, simulating disrupted election scenarios which I spoke about in October 2020 – LINK TO_THIS IS A LIVE EXERCISE
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China-UN have control of Georgia’s November 8th Election Results LINK
Link To Read Full Article HERE
May 24, 2019 | By Whitney Webb | Mint Press News
Microsoft’s ElectionGuard a Trojan Horse for a Military-Industrial Takeover of US Elections
“The fact that we are handing over the keys of American democracy to the military-industrial complex — it’s like giving the keys to the henhouse to a fox and saying, ‘here come in and take whatever you want.’ It’s obviously dangerous.” — Investigative journalist Yasha Levine
The Hill | DHS cyber agency invests in election auditing tool to secure 2020 elections