#dominion

Computer programmer finds the voter fraud coding?

Conspiracy theory? Or is there statistical proof of voter fraud in the coding of the election software?

No matter what side of the politics divide one sits, independently qualifying the software should be a given. If Biden wins after any anomalous discoveries, so be it.

Truth be told, Democrats should relish the chance to absolutely guarantee beyond all reasonable doubt that Biden won the election fairly and squarely. They should push for transparency which shuts up the Republicans for good. Endorsing an investigation makes them look the clean shirt.

Claiming it was fair is one thing. Proving it, another. This is why the election is still far from over.

We find it dubious that Dominion systems stored data in Germany to be processed in Spain. How is it the world’s largest economy doesn’t have the capacity to store and process data at home?

A computer programmer looks through the code and claims to have found the time the software program seems to have kicked in (contained in the link above)

Food for thought, at the very least.

Media contrast on election rigging in 2018 vs 2020

In April 2018, The NY Times published a video of a University of Michigan computer scientist, J. Alex Halderman, who showed a group of students just how easy it is to rig one of the Dominion Voting Machines which is front and centre or the voter fraud allegations in the 2020 election.

There is a certain irony in the name of the video – “I Hacked an Election. So Can the RussiansIt’s time America’s leaders got serious about voting security” given the NYT is virtually mute on the subject now.

Leading into the 2016 presidential election, a Princeton professor was able to hack a Dominion voting system in only seven minutes. He has been sounding the alarm on these machines since 2008.

Why aren’t we surprised that the mainstream media is giving this zero attention in 2020.