American “election” reform? Don’t make me laugh.
OUTRAGE: To Date Not One Single Independent, Objective and Complete Audit of Dominion Voting Machines Used in the 2020 Election Has Taken Place
Gee, how very shocking and unforeseeable. Never saw that coming, nosirreebob.
Dominion voting machines were used across the country in the 2020 election, not in all states but in many. But these machines have not been completely audited by independent and objective experts at any location since the 2020 Election.
To good Americans, it is outrageous that the Dominion machines have not been completely audited by objective and independent auditors or investigators. It’s high time that this takes place.
Unfortunately, there’s far too few of us left to make it hpppen.
The whole “election” brouhaha is so sleep-inducing at this point it’s now the most powerful and effective anti-insomnia drug since Sominex. The only remotely interesting aspects left at this point, at least for me, are what time blue-state vote-tallying will be shut down this time; what laughable, credulity-reaming excuse they’ll offer for doing so; and how long will Leftymedia wait before jumping in with both boots to pooh-pooh even the most lackadaisical suggestion that hey, the “election” just might, just maybe, just possibly may not have been strictly on the up and up as merely the booze-fed raving of conspiracy-mongering cranks, paranoiacs, terrorists, and wild-eyed insurrectionists seeking to topple the government of Our Sacred Democracy, each and every one of whom of right ought to be summarily hanged without benefit of trial for their treason.
And then we’ll all just calm the fuck down, shut the fuck up, and get the fuck back to business as usual again. Y’know, just like the last time the Demonrats brazenly and audaciously yanked an election right out from under our feet, thumbed their nose at us, and then skated away clean as a whistle, with Official Authority at every level unabashedly proclaiming No Harm, No Foul, No Fiurther Questions, Thanks. Hell, this time around we’ll probably have become so inured to the swindle there won’t be even one hopeless hail-Mary lawsuit filed, I betcher. The Citadel of Democracy will remain safe, sacrosanct, and undefiled this time. There will be no Congresscreatures crouching under tables, hiding from their despised constituents and sweating copiously in fear for their lives. No bumbling Keystone Kapital Kops Korps butterbar looey will feel it necessary to murder an innocent, unarmed, and entirely harmless female citizen in cold blood.
On the brighter side of the whole mess, Offissa Pup will not be honored this time with an official proclamation of weak-kneed gratitude from shamefaced government officials, complete with the obligatory Scroll of Heroism, dewy-eyed praise of his boundless courage in the swift and sure adminstration of Justice, By God! sung in every corner of a supportive “news” media, a cooperative commentariat, and both wings of a complicit Uniparty establishment. EVERY corner, so as to be sure no Joe Sixpack lunkhead, the intellectually-dull sort of oaf who might be relied upon to be in agreement with those murderous Jan 6 radicals, will miss the point.
The resultant stench rising off this Swampy shitfling will be foul beyond enduring. So we have THAT to look forward to, I guess.
Update! I’ve argued before a couple-three times that the only way to minimize vote fraud and meaningfully reform our elections, here or anywhere, is actually quite simple:
- Use ONLY paper ballots, marked and counted by hand
- Vote ONLY on election day
- Require valid ID and proof of voter registration
- Voter MUST present himself bodily at his designated polling station—mail-in ballots limited strictly to military personnel, diplomats and emnbassy staff, and people abroad for business purposes, in a strictly-enforced and brief timeframe
- Election observers MUST be present—FROM ALL PARTIES— at polling places and, later, at counting stations, allowed unfettered access for close observation of all procedures, personnel, and materials
- NO electronic voting or counting machines—NONE, EVER
- After voting, participants will receive an indelible mark on their thumb comfirming they’d already cast their ballot, disqualifying them from doing so again
Of course, none of that will work unless and until the Democrat Party (slogan: Election Thievery Since Boss Tweed!) is destroyed utterly, the earth under its mortal remains salted, scorched, and sanctified by a qualified priest or exorcist. It’s long been my opinion that, when it comes to elections, technology is NOT our friend; the old, tested and true methods are best.
Looks like I might have to rethink that opinion.
You may not yet have heard about the brilliance of Redo Voting, but it’s the latest rage in Washington, D.C. Everyone is talking about it.
You’ve heard a lot about “chain of custody” problems in the 2020 election. With Redo Voting, chain of custody is no longer an issue. It is 100% guaranteed from the printer right through exhaustion of post-election excuses. You cast your vote on a secure .gov domain website, and no one but you touches your ballot.
It can be used to vote in person or from anywhere on the planet. Here is how that aspect works:
You get a scratch-off “ballot” (again, based on the same technology as a lottery scratch-off ticket) from any retail store, scratch it, and scan the QR code underneath with your phone (you can also enter the info into your home computer browser).
- Your browser is then directed to a state.gov website.
- Eligible registered voters cast their votes.
- The vote is private, secure, and sent directly to a secure database. It cannot be altered or deleted.
When voting is closed, the secretary of State applies a decryption key to the repository and tallies the votes in seconds. She/he can give the key to anyone who wants to see the results (including voters). The tallies can’t be altered.
After a quick scan of the article, I haven’t been able to find a reason to object. It’s a clever melding of old ideas and new tech, and it looks pretty damned good to me. Read the whole thing, it’ll brighten your whole day.
The second item (eligible, registered voters) is open to a lot of question when the Regressives are pushing to give automatic voting rights to every alien
“Looks like I might have to rethink that opinion.“
No, you don’t. here is no way to make electronic or online voting secure. None. It can and will be manipulated, just as it is now.
Yeah, seconded. That state.gov website? Hack that with a script, filter out “bad” votes as needed, let “good” votes go through, the (predetermined) result goes into the “repository” file – and you’ve got your “results”… Say the repository is a blockchain – still not secure: https://www.epiqglobal.com/en-us/resource-center/articles/blockchain-can-be-hacked
Stick to the paper ballot.
“The vote is private, secure, and sent directly to a secure database. It cannot be altered or deleted.”
LOL, No such thing as “secure database”. Some are better than others, but that’s it.
Absolutely, Barry. If that database is online, it can be hacked. If the vote is sent over the internet? It can be hacked. And of course you don’t even need hacking when the insiders can just go in with their official credentials and alter things at will.
You know Haz, one of the dumbest things I’ve read lately is “It cannot be altered or deleted.“.
Either the person writing this is a dumb sob or a liar, probably both.
Yeah, that line just about made me spit my drink all over my keyboard.
Wait for the mid terms hahahahahahahahah our boys are going to show them
One adder: the count must be completed on election day. Period.
Another add: voting places are open for set hours. No “extended” hours at certain precincts (always the same ones, by some strange coincidence).
Another: If any precincts are “unable” to open due to shortages of ballots or other problems (again, always the same ones, with populations leaning exactly opposite of the ones in the previous point), throw the entire election out and fire everyone involved in running it. The US is (allegedly) a first world nation. If it can not run a simple process of collecting and counting ballots smoothly, then it is time to forget the entire charade.