Voter fraud, hackers, and George Soros

In the past I have written about some of the issues of voter fraud committed by people posing as legitimate voters. These famously include the dogs and dead people voting in St Louis – for Democrats strangely, though I have never encountered a dog who would vote for a Democrat. Voter fraud is a real concern, despite what Democrats may claim. More details here. A current member of the Missouri General Assembly was elected on the basis of proven voter fraud.

The stories linked here and here detail the many problems with voting machines. For once my alma mater Princeton is on the good side of an issue, showing how to hack a voting machine in seven minutes flat. In short voting machines are less secure than one’s iphone and openly invite hacking. It reminds me of the old joke about Louisiana selling its old voting machines to Mexico – Edwin Edwards was suddenly elected Presidente.

As a side note, Boone County, Missouri has steadfastly refused to purge its voter rolls, contrary to Federal law. It makes sense that it is easier for dogs and dead people to vote if they are maintained on the voter rolls. The County was facing a Federal lawsuit in 2008, which was mysteriously dropped January 2009. Hmmm.

In the meantime the Federal Courts, the legislative wing of the Democrat party, have been busy striking down state laws designed to restore trust in the electoral process. As if that were not enough to keep one up at night,  hackers of George Soros’s Open Society organization have revealed documents showing the radical billionaire, former Nazi collaborator, and bitter opponent of immigration reform is planning to increase the US electorate by 10,000,000 voters by 2018. Guess which way they might vote?Troglo

Troglo (L. H. Kevil)







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