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Dominion Voting Systems, Were They Insecure on Purpose?

Permalink 11/20/20 12:54, by OGRE / (Jeff), Categories: Welcome, News, Background, In real life, On the web, History, Politics, Elections

When reading this keep in mind this only concerns Georgia.

Why would there be an issue with candidates for Senate when the system was already validated? It’s just a list of names.

Why did the validated systems mess up right before the election, requiring a software patch to correct the issue, requiring Dominion techs to be onsite to perform the patch?

When it comes to these sorts of things I don’t believe in coincidences.

Did Dominion have code specifically designed to cause the name errors AFTER a specific date. This would create the need for Dominion techs to come in and “patch” the machines AFTER they were validated. I'm not sure how the state approved changes to the machines after validation. That's very sketch to me as well.

The paper printed from the machine has a QR code on it. The QR codes are NOT unique. YOU CAN SCAN THE SAME PRINTOUT MULTIPLE TIMES, without verifying the voter ID! The voter ID should follow the printout. Even a 1-dollar bill has a serial number on it!

Now you know why they don't want Republican poll watchers to watch the counting. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) released a statement, "There is no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes, changed votes, or was in any way compromised.” The CISA statement came less than a week after election day. Some states weren’t even done counting yet.

Multiple scanning of the same printed ballots can account for the ridiculous 90% turnout in some areas of Wisconsin and Michigan.

This was not overlooked, the machines were designed this way on purpose.

How to stop this sort of fraud.

Have you ever wondered how the FDA can track tainted foods all the way down to the farm, and the date they were packaged? They even know when and where they were shipped to.

I have worked in FDA regulated facilities. They require pretty much everything you do be documented. Changing a validated system after the fact is illegal. As well as falsifying data are illegal.

Here's a link to: CFR - Code of Federal Regulations Title 21. Keep in mind this is only: PART 11 ELECTRONIC RECORDS; ELECTRONIC SIGNATURES.

If you notice everything is very well thought out. There are controls in place to make sure that nobody can alter records, and if they try, there are methods by which it can be determined they have been tampered with. Why can't we have the same level of controls in place for voting? It's really not that complicated. Put controls in place that "keep people honest." It can be done.

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