Dominion election software

steviebruno

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Can someone explain to me why the nefarious Dems are moving their minions from California to Georgia to vote in the run offs when they can just simply delete GOP votes.

My mind is boggled.
Because everyone is watching now. Don't you get it? Or are you some gullible little sheep controlled by the leftist media?

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Bart

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Because everyone is watching now. Don't you get it? Or are you some gullible little sheep controlled by the leftist media?

:wales
Please excuse my foolishness. Of course you’re right, the November 3 elections were scant watched.
 

steviebruno

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Please excuse my foolishness. Of course you’re right, the November 3 elections were scant watched.
No one was watching on election day because they were busy voting, and they didn't count until after the election, anyway. Just enough time for the Demorats to pull off The Great Steal. Keep fornicating with those sheep, though.

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Bart

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No one was watching on election day because they were busy voting, and they didn't count until after the election, anyway. Just enough time for the Demorats to pull off The Great Steal. Keep fornicating with those sheep, though.

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of course...
 

Jack

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I'm worried for you and Joe E. Hoping you don't commit suicide on January 20th. Dude, these lawsuits are all failing. It's bullshit and you're falling for it. You pretend to have some knowledge that we refuse to see but the thing you don't seem to want to acknowledge is that quite a few of the us "leftist" folks read. We read a lot. Actual books, not some hairbrained article or tweet from some dipshit with an agenda.

You should try to read a book. A real one.
Even if you don't think that there's been widespread corruption, don't you still think that this election has shown that there is reason to be concerned about the security and integrity of the process? There have been several counties overturned because of technical errors, you had legitimate ballots not being counted in time, there's been people arrested for fraudulently voting on behalf of others and it goes on.


Surely there's some legitimate middle ground between "The election was stolen from Trump, he actually won 48 states" (that moronic lawyer thinks he won every state, even California :lol:) and "There is no evidence of corruption at all, it's all a lie by MAGA hat wearers"? There is obvious evidence of flaws within the system but shutting down that topic, which everyone who believes in democracy should want investigating, is not a healthy mentality. I think it's very unlikely that Trump won this election or that we'll see anything come from this Dominion story but does that mean that people should just ignore links between Dominion and politicians (on both sides)? Isn't it the right stance that politicians should have nothing to do with a voting system? There's been a story about Lindsey Graham in the last day or so too, investigate him for what he's being accused of because, if it's true, that's worthy of punishment as well. All of this needs addressing and if it is the case that a mere 2,000 votes are changed or whatever, that's the right way to go about things; iron out every crease and make sure that potential loopholes are closed for 2024.

None of this has any direct bearing on me but the reason I care about it is because it's obvious that people are discarding what we should be fighting for because they're putting too much emphasis on minor victories now, and that mentality will grow. The root of my argument is the exact same thing I called out when people were silent on social media companies overstepping their boundaries and censoring a legitimate news story and senior figures. The same goes for the DA letting people go without charges or whatever. People are turning a blind eye to voting irregularities (whether miniscule or not, it all matters), to erosion of free speech, to judicial bias and so on...all because of party politics.

To me, that's wrong. There are some things which should always be above politics and politicians. In 100 years time, Trump will be a footnote in history but you'd hope that things like free speech and voting integrity will still be here. It's not beneficial for any democracy to willingly disregard these fundamental principles because of small victories that can be won now. You might think that I'm making some pretty big leaps and that's fair enough, I can understand that view, but I think it's important to draw a distinction between the outright conspiracy theories and the legitimate calls for an improvement in the system. Silencing the opinion that things could, and should, be better doesn't seem very healthy for the democratic process.
 

Bachafach^^^

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Even if you don't think that there's been widespread corruption, don't you still think that this election has shown that there is reason to be concerned about the security and integrity of the process? There have been several counties overturned because of technical errors, you had legitimate ballots not being counted in time, there's been people arrested for fraudulently voting on behalf of others and it goes on.


Surely there's some legitimate middle ground between "The election was stolen from Trump, he actually won 48 states" (that moronic lawyer thinks he won every state, even California :lol:) and "There is no evidence of corruption at all, it's all a lie by MAGA hat wearers"? There is obvious evidence of flaws within the system but shutting down that topic, which everyone who believes in democracy should want investigating, is not a healthy mentality. I think it's very unlikely that Trump won this election or that we'll see anything come from this Dominion story but does that mean that people should just ignore links between Dominion and politicians (on both sides)? Isn't it the right stance that politicians should have nothing to do with a voting system? There's been a story about Lindsey Graham in the last day or so too, investigate him for what he's being accused of because, if it's true, that's worthy of punishment as well. All of this needs addressing and if it is the case that a mere 2,000 votes are changed or whatever, that's the right way to go about things; iron out every crease and make sure that potential loopholes are closed for 2024.

None of this has any direct bearing on me but the reason I care about it is because it's obvious that people are discarding what we should be fighting for because they're putting too much emphasis on minor victories now, and that mentality will grow. The root of my argument is the exact same thing I called out when people were silent on social media companies overstepping their boundaries and censoring a legitimate news story and senior figures. The same goes for the DA letting people go without charges or whatever. People are turning a blind eye to voting irregularities (whether miniscule or not, it all matters), to erosion of free speech, to judicial bias and so on...all because of party politics.

To me, that's wrong. There are some things which should always be above politics and politicians. In 100 years time, Trump will be a footnote in history but you'd hope that things like free speech and voting integrity will still be here. It's not beneficial for any democracy to willingly disregard these fundamental principles because of small victories that can be won now. You might think that I'm making some pretty big leaps and that's fair enough, I can understand that view, but I think it's important to draw a distinction between the outright conspiracy theories and the legitimate calls for an improvement in the system. Silencing the opinion that things could, and should, be better doesn't seem very healthy for the democratic process.
 
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Haggis

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Even if you don't think that there's been widespread corruption, don't you still think that this election has shown that there is reason to be concerned about the security and integrity of the process? There have been several counties overturned because of technical errors, you had legitimate ballots not being counted in time, there's been people arrested for fraudulently voting on behalf of others and it goes on.


Surely there's some legitimate middle ground between "The election was stolen from Trump, he actually won 48 states" (that moronic lawyer thinks he won every state, even California :lol:) and "There is no evidence of corruption at all, it's all a lie by MAGA hat wearers"? There is obvious evidence of flaws within the system but shutting down that topic, which everyone who believes in democracy should want investigating, is not a healthy mentality. I think it's very unlikely that Trump won this election or that we'll see anything come from this Dominion story but does that mean that people should just ignore links between Dominion and politicians (on both sides)? Isn't it the right stance that politicians should have nothing to do with a voting system? There's been a story about Lindsey Graham in the last day or so too, investigate him for what he's being accused of because, if it's true, that's worthy of punishment as well. All of this needs addressing and if it is the case that a mere 2,000 votes are changed or whatever, that's the right way to go about things; iron out every crease and make sure that potential loopholes are closed for 2024.

None of this has any direct bearing on me but the reason I care about it is because it's obvious that people are discarding what we should be fighting for because they're putting too much emphasis on minor victories now, and that mentality will grow. The root of my argument is the exact same thing I called out when people were silent on social media companies overstepping their boundaries and censoring a legitimate news story and senior figures. The same goes for the DA letting people go without charges or whatever. People are turning a blind eye to voting irregularities (whether miniscule or not, it all matters), to erosion of free speech, to judicial bias and so on...all because of party politics.

To me, that's wrong. There are some things which should always be above politics and politicians. In 100 years time, Trump will be a footnote in history but you'd hope that things like free speech and voting integrity will still be here. It's not beneficial for any democracy to willingly disregard these fundamental principles because of small victories that can be won now. You might think that I'm making some pretty big leaps and that's fair enough, I can understand that view, but I think it's important to draw a distinction between the outright conspiracy theories and the legitimate calls for an improvement in the system. Silencing the opinion that things could, and should, be better doesn't seem very healthy for the democratic process.
You are honestly a gullible fucking moron.

Instead of taking the time to puke out endless walls of text where it's clear that your understanding of the situation doesn't go beyond tweets, why don't you take the time to actually read up on this stuff? Because as it stands now, you're just talking without speaking. Do you think nobody notices that there is NEVER any kind of substance to your posts? No historical context, for instance, because you don't know any. All you know is basically Dan Bongino tweets. :patsch

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Haggis

CHB World Championship People's Champion
May 16, 2013
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Even if you don't think that there's been widespread corruption, don't you still think that this election has shown that there is reason to be concerned about the security and integrity of the process? There have been several counties overturned because of technical errors, you had legitimate ballots not being counted in time, there's been people arrested for fraudulently voting on behalf of others and it goes on.


Surely there's some legitimate middle ground between "The election was stolen from Trump, he actually won 48 states" (that moronic lawyer thinks he won every state, even California :lol:) and "There is no evidence of corruption at all, it's all a lie by MAGA hat wearers"? There is obvious evidence of flaws within the system but shutting down that topic, which everyone who believes in democracy should want investigating, is not a healthy mentality. I think it's very unlikely that Trump won this election or that we'll see anything come from this Dominion story but does that mean that people should just ignore links between Dominion and politicians (on both sides)? Isn't it the right stance that politicians should have nothing to do with a voting system? There's been a story about Lindsey Graham in the last day or so too, investigate him for what he's being accused of because, if it's true, that's worthy of punishment as well. All of this needs addressing and if it is the case that a mere 2,000 votes are changed or whatever, that's the right way to go about things; iron out every crease and make sure that potential loopholes are closed for 2024.

None of this has any direct bearing on me but the reason I care about it is because it's obvious that people are discarding what we should be fighting for because they're putting too much emphasis on minor victories now, and that mentality will grow. The root of my argument is the exact same thing I called out when people were silent on social media companies overstepping their boundaries and censoring a legitimate news story and senior figures. The same goes for the DA letting people go without charges or whatever. People are turning a blind eye to voting irregularities (whether miniscule or not, it all matters), to erosion of free speech, to judicial bias and so on...all because of party politics.

To me, that's wrong. There are some things which should always be above politics and politicians. In 100 years time, Trump will be a footnote in history but you'd hope that things like free speech and voting integrity will still be here. It's not beneficial for any democracy to willingly disregard these fundamental principles because of small victories that can be won now. You might think that I'm making some pretty big leaps and that's fair enough, I can understand that view, but I think it's important to draw a distinction between the outright conspiracy theories and the legitimate calls for an improvement in the system. Silencing the opinion that things could, and should, be better doesn't seem very healthy for the democratic process.




Say his name.

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Clarence Worley

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Dana Jill Simpson and her husband Jim are election integrity and technology experts who have worked for Tides Foundation insiders (the Tides Canada Foundation shares office space in Toronto with Dominion Voting Systems’ headquarters). They are both anti-war progressives in the Bernie Sanders wing of the Democrat Party. Dana Jill Simpson has been investigating Dominion for years, and she brought her concerns about voter fraud to the FBI in 2016 — including information about Dominion — but the FBI ignored her pleas for help. Simpson said the scanners for Dominion are made by a company called Flextronics in Plano, Texas, whose CEO does business with the Chinese company Huaewei.

The Obama-Biden administration literally gave Dominion its market share through a 2010 forced divestiture.


A March 8, 2010 press release from Eric Holder’s Department of Justice entitled “Justice Department Requires Key Divestiture in Election Systems & Software/Premier Election Solutions Merger” announced that DOJ was forcing a divestiture of election technology from a top company. Dominion ended up getting that technology and thus nearly a third of the electronic voting systems market in America.

“Jim and I as an election team working for Harvard lawyer Cliff Arnebeck located all the DOJ Documents to prove how Dominion Voting owes it 30% Market share to an Obama-Biden DOJ Antitrust division sale done by Eric Holder. No party running for office should have any ties to a company but Biden while in office with Obama let Eric Holder handle this sale to their pet company Dominion . That my friends is as corrupt as it gets,” Dana Jill Simpson said.

The Science Defies Politics blog reported: “It is not clear what products or services the company has developed. It found almost no buyers, until Obama was elected in 2008. In 2009, New York ordered a few dozens of systems from it. In 2010, Obama’s DOJ (Holder – Mueller) took the EVS unit, purchased from Diebold, away from the market leader ES&S, and gave it to Dominion. This gift included the installed base of about 30% of the US electronic voting systems (EVS) market. Within two weeks, Dominion also acquired Sequoia, which was formally spun from Smartmatic, but ties between these two companies remained. Smartmatic is a UK based EVS vendor, whose software was used by Chavez to “win” the Venezuelan referendum in 2004. Smartmatic’s unit Sequoia faced troubles in the US. Those troubles quickly ended when its assets were purchased by Dominion.”

THE DOMINION VOTING TECHNOLOGY IS PROGRAMMED IN SERBIA

BIDEN IN BELGRADE
“I got a tip that Biden took a Trip on May 20th 2009 and that is when he cut a deal to help Serbian Hackers in Belgrade where he was visiting to get control of info about ES and S Machines so he and Obama would have a better chance in 2012. Well, not only did they get a better chance but Biden had Holder force ES and S in a divesture suit in the Antitrust department in the US DOJ to give over half of ES and S to Serbian programmers for Dominion Voting Systems. Such a disgusting situation,” Dana Jill Simpson said. The date for Biden’s May 2009 Serbia trip checks out.Biden is good friends with the Serbian Crown Prince, who has prematurely congratulated Biden for supposedly getting elected president. They have visited each other at their respective houses.

SERBIA

 

Clarence Worley

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Dominion programmers in Serbia have been scrambling to hide their LinkedIn accounts

17168.

Infowars reported: Screenshots show over 100 employees of the controversial voting machine company Dominion have deleted their LinkedIn profiles. On November 6th, the LinkedIn page for Dominion showed 243 employees on the site and by November 16th, only 140 remained…Why are Serbian software engineers in charge of a product being used in American elections?”