Election 2020

How to Steal a Million

Voter fraud? Coming right up! GOP gadfly Roger Stone lays it all out for you:

Donald Trump has said publicly that he fears the next election will be rigged. Based both on technical capability and recent history, Trump’s concerns are not unfounded.

A recent study by Stanford University proved that Hillary Clinton’s campaign rigged the system to steal the nomination from Bernie Sanders.What was done to Bernie Sanders in Wisconsin is stunning. Why would the Clintons not cheat again?

The issue here is both voter fraud, which is limited but does happen, and election theft through the manipulation of the computerized voting machines, particularly the DIEBOLD/PES voting machines in wide usage in most states.

POLITICO profiled a Princeton professor — who has demonstrated how the electronic voting machines that are most widely used can be hacked in five minutes or less! Robert Fitrakis Professor of Political Science in the Social and Behavioral Sciences Department at Columbus State Community College has written a must-read book on the strip and flip technique sued to rig these machines. Professor Fitrakis is a Green Party activist.

A computer hacker showed CBS how to vote multiple times using a simple $15.00 electronic device.

Like kids caught with their hands in the cookie jar, Democrat vehemently deny that voter fraud even exists. But that’s rich coming from the Tammany Party, which has been stealing elections since the mid-19th century and is expert at it. Both the elections of Governor Dan Malloy in Connecticut were brazenly stolen by the Democrats, who rushed to court to keep inner-city polling places open long past closing time, figured out how many votes they needed to manufacture a win, and then — presto — just the right number fell off a truck in Bridgeport.

How do the pols of both parties do it?  As easy as determining, on the basis of honest polling, who is going to win. Then, if it isn’t your candidate, simply have the votes for the other guy be given to your guy and vice versa. You keep the total vote the same. This is where the “strip and flip” technique described by Professor Fitrakis comes in.

Maybe you don’t need all the votes the other guy was going to get. If you have a plan in mind involving votes and their redistribution, you can find a programmer who can design the machine instructions to produce that outcome.  Or you can hack the machine you are voting in with that $15 device that you can get at BEST BUY.

Here’s the recipe now:

(1) Publish a poll contrived to suggest the result you are going to bring about.

(2) Manipulate the machines to bring about precisely your desired outcome.

Oddly, Stone suggests that Scott Walker and Reince Priebus rigged the Wisconsin elections that allowed Walker to survive his recall election, but Stone’s point about manipulating polls (the media can show a ham sandwich comfortably out in front via phrasing the questions properly and asking the right people) is well taken.

We are now living in a fake reality of constructed data and phony polls. The computerized voting machines can be hacked and rigged and after the experience of Bernie Sanders there is no reason to believe they won’t be. Don’t be taken in.

But we will be. Count on it.