Discussion in 'USMB Breaking News' started by Mrs. M., Nov 6, 2016.
That isn't voter fraud, it is clever strategy…. perfectly as legal as Tump not paying taxes.
It's fraud, bub. McAuliffe it not reviewing each individual's circumstance, he has automated getting around the court order.
Well, I am not so sure automation got around the court's order. All the automated signatures prove is that they were automated. He might not have personally reviewed them but may have had staff assist in the reviewing process. I'd have to actually see the reviewing process being omitted or being in action before determining if he circumvented the court order.
If you think he is weighing 60,000 individual circumstances, you really are naive.
This is pure vote cooking.
Clint Curtis - Wikipedia
This seems pretty iffy.
Curtis specifically alleged that:
At the behest of Rep. Tom Feeney, in September 2000, he was asked to write a program for a touchscreen voting machine that would make it possible to change the results of an election undetectably. Curtis assumed initially that this effort was aimed at detecting Democratic fraud, but later learned that it was intended to benefit the Republican Party.
Curtis explained that the software could be used in any electronic tabulation machine or scanner. He spoke about this to the Conyers Voting Forum, after Conyers left the forum and turned over the dais on December 13, 2004.
Feeney's response to allegations
In 2005, Feeney responded to Curtis's allegations in a news article posted in the St. Petersburg Times. According to the newspaper, Feeney stated:
that he had no recollection of ever meeting Curtis or of discussing vote fraud with anyone;
that he could not have discussed a plan to commit fraud in touch screen voting machines in September or October 2000, as alleged by Curtis, because, "touch screen voting machines were not even contemplated until November 2000"; and
that although Curtis accused Feeney of a wide variety of misconduct in his 2004 book, Just A Fly On The Wall, Curtis never mentioned the alleged vote fraud scheme.
Now allegedly he passed a lie detector test, but the source for that claim was considered questionable by wikipedia so I don't think it can be taken seriously. A big portion of the claims surrounding rigging come from Roger Stone, who is close to Trump, and who was his campaign advisor.
What MASSIVE voter fraud?
Here is an article on the Broward incident. There doesn't appear to be any "massive" voter fraud. Nor is there a secret room where "democratic operatives" are doing illicit things to ballots. In fact - if this were indeed blatent "massive voter fraud" - where are the indictments?
"Project Veritas" (James O'Keefe) is hardly a credible source.
Project Veritas' Election 2016 'Rigging' Videos
If indeed all this were happening - we'd see indictments. Penalties for fraud in this country are pretty stiff.
So where are the indictments? Where, even, is a serious investigation? The FBI? You can't tell me that the Republicans, who have gone after Hillary for everything under the sun wouldn't go after this if there were any substance to it.
So where are the indictments? Where, even, is a serious investigation? The FBI? You can't tell me that the Republicans, who have gone after Hillary for everything under the sun wouldn't go after this if there were any substance to it.[/QUOTE]
Clint Curtis is a computer programmer - listen to his testimony in court, his answers were accepted as legitimate and no one doubted what he had to say. As for massive voter fraud, this is going on across the country. Reports are coming in. Look at this one for instance:
Florida Election Officials Busted For Massive Voter Fraud
As for Project Veritas they have the criminals on video tape and still there hasn't been an arrest made of these people to my knowledge.
Just tells you how crooked things are getting now. Not a good sign at all. There should be an investigation, there should be indictments. No question about it.
There should be but hey! look at Clinton! The NYPD said the emails that were on Wieners laptop were related to Hillary Clinton and her people and what they had seen was so bad that the officers had nightmares. Hardcore satanism, pedophile, child rape, etc. They said they had enough evidence to put Clinton and her people away for life. It's why Comey was forced to reopen the investigation. NYPD threatened to go public - to go to the people of America. So he opens the case and then closes the case - AGAIN. The NYPD and FBI have pictures and video tapes and evidence that Clinton is involved and yet? We have an FBI Director announcing No crimes committed! Nothing to see here, folks!
So if Clinton can get away with that, it should not surprise you that those campaigning for her get away with voter fraud. It is what it is.
May God judge them all and swiftly.
Unlike you, I don't jump to conclusions until I know all the possibilities. Use of the term "weighed", for instance, could be interpreted to mean many things. Automation could be used to sort offenders by category and level of danger to the public. If the Governor used something like that he could very well have "weighed" each individual case and thereby evaluated thousands in minutes.
OP video doesn't exist. Google scrubbing like Hillary handlers with a server.
It's not the first video they have removed out of my Op-ed's. They must be reading. Good. Maybe they will learn something.
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