A feature, not a bug.
Let’s Be Clear About That Michigan “Computer Glitch”
The computer glitch that was found to have turned 6000 Trump votes into Biden votes in Michigan. Software that’s used in 47 other Michigan counties, not to mention pretty much all the states with miraculous vote changes for Biden.
That was not a computer glitch. That was a programming decision. Whether that was some sort of programming error, which seems highly unlikely, or if it was deliberate cheating I don’t know, but I highly suspect deliberately bad software. Let’s face it; adding integers is just about the easiest thing to get a computer to do (and if you’re thinking of adding votes as floating point numbers, go back to school).
Let’s get one thing clear. Computer “glitches” cause a system to fail, or cause it produce random-looking outputs. They can even possibly reboot the system. If it’s good software, it gives some sort of indication that something bad happened. If it changes the results of a count, or moves it to another candidate that’s something else.
What I’m saying is if the computer “glitched,” it would have done something far more random looking and easier to detect than moving votes from Trump to Biden. That’s no glitch. It’s a software feature.
SiG has been working in this field since the 70s, and knows whereof he speaks. But having been fooling around with these infernal machines for many a long year now myself, and having poked around a fair-ish bit deeply into the innards (back in the Mac’s System 7- thru 9 era, I learned machine language for purposes of GUI customization, among other nefarious activities) of the things, my initial thought upon hearing about the so-called “glitch” was the same as SiG’s: that it was no such thing, merely a ploy based on an assumption of total wet-brained stupidity on pretty much everybody’s part when it comes to how software actually works.
Better throw “coincidences” that are no such damned thing into the mix as well.
This is nuts. And I just read Dominion’s DC lobbyist is Nancy Pelosi’s aide?? https://t.co/TP2mjk1rJn
— Roz al Gulag 🇺🇸 (@PolitiKurd) November 7, 2020
Well whaddya know, a Pelosi connection. How very curious. But I’m sure it’s really nothing, right? Certainly no reason to be at all suspicious or anything. Probably just a one-off thing, right?
Dominion Voting Systems tied to Clintons, widely used in battleground states
Ruh-roh. There goes my youthful doe-eyed innocence, right out the friggin’ window.
Bloomberg reported in April of last year that Dominion Voting Systems hired a high-powered lobbying firm that includes a longtime aide to Pelosi. They hired Brownstein Farber Hyatt & Schreck. Nadeam Elshami, Pelosi’s former chief of staff, is one of the lobbyists on the account.
In 2014, Dominion was listed in the Washington Post table as having donated between $25,001-$50,000 to the Clinton Foundation.
Anybody out there still kidding themselves that the American election system is still basically sound, instead of rotten from the roots up? If so, may I please have some of what you’re smoking?
I repeat: when all the “mistakes” and “errors” and “glitches”—EVERY GODDAMNED ONE OF THEM SO FAR—only go one way, always to the benefit of one side and never the other—then they are NOT mistakes. They’re part of a plan.
But hey, tell me the one again about how there’s “absolutely no evidence” of fraud, whydon’tcha. That one’s my favorite.
I always thought this was the most insidious way to make that last push to go over the top.
A simple 1-1.5% flip of votes results in a 2-3% swing in the direction it is flipped. The Republican loses 1-1.5% of his vote tally and the Dem picks up 1-1.5%.
If it’s close that’s a move that turns a loser into the Leader and is not necessarily detectable by just observing.
The changes are small in each County. But added together they become significant.
47 Counties by 6,000 votes flips 282,000 votes and a 564,000 vote swing to the Dems. Even if the counties averaged half that its a total 282,000 votes.
So Sloe Joe goes from down 141,000 to up 141,000.