More Proof of Electronic Voting Machine Rigging

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Election Justice is an organization of activists with impressive credentials and who appear to be left-wing — judging from their support of Occupy Wall Street.  However, they are analyzing data from electronic voting machines and they are convinced — from actual statistical data — that there is strong evidence of machine rigging.

Election rigging is a non-partisan issue or at least it should be. However, I don’t trust any people on the left after what they’ve done for the last seven years so I won’t stand behind these statements. It’s up to the readers to decide. It’s interesting and sounds about right. The Sentinel is not a fan of electronic voting without backup hand ballots.

Their website addresses potential fraud in Democrat and Republican races.

In our research we examined the election results of the 2016 presidential primaries, and found irregularities in the overwhelming majority of the twenty-one states that we analyzed. The data indicates, in particular, that the totals reported on the Democratic side in the race between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders may not be correct. In state after state, independent examination by two separate analysts found suspect statistical patterns giving Clinton inflated percentages, that in all likelihood, are not fully based on actual votes, and showing Sanders with what appear to be artificially depressed totals.

These are the irregularities they found in 11 states so far. The differences are significant and could have changed the outcome of the race.

state irregularities

In the Republican primary in Wisconsin and Ohio, they found that Donald Trump received as much as 17% more in precincts that counted their ballots by hand.

Then there is this interview with Dr. Laura Pressley who says she has evidence of electronic rigging. The machines are easily hacked.We need backup records to provide a system of checks and balances. There is no real way to trust that the politicians in office are the ones people voted for.

Forty-three states now use electronic voting. Even if they aren’t rigged, they’re old. The untrustworthy Department of Homeland Security offered to help states ensure they didn’t have rigged machines. Georgia and Pennsylvania turned them down.

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