If this expose` of voter fraud was presented as a stage play, it would be characterized as a Greek Tragedy; “a drama or literary work in which the main character is brought to ruin as a consequence of a tragic flaw, moral weakness, or inability to cope with unfavorable circumstances.” Such is where we find ourselves. The main character(s) would be all those who fought and died to provide for us a form of government whose very foundation is the right to free and unencumbered elections.
There are so many acts in this play that it is difficult to know which to present next. If, after reading Act I, you still doubt that our elections are rigged, you can view the video below and hear first-hand the sworn testimony of a Mr. Clinton Eugene Curtiss before a select United States Senate Committee, admitting that he was retained by former Florida Congressman Tom Feeney, then Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives, to develop a program for the specific purpose of determining the outcome of electronically tabulated elections.
This, and other election-throwing computer programs, became vital to the outcome of the 2012 presidential election. Voters in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Nevada, North Carolina, and Texas all reported that a vote for Romney resulted in either a direct or a default vote for Obama. The Market Daily News reported that in 100 Cuyahoga County (Cleveland) Ohio precincts, Obama got 99% of the votes and Romney 0. In more than 50 different precincts, Romney received two votes or less. In Philadelphia, 59 precincts recorded not one single vote for Romney. And the list goes on. How is this possible? I will attempt to answer this question as you again remember the Joseph Stalin quotation, “It’s not the people who vote that counts. It’s the people who count the votes.”
How could so many similar events be occurring simultaneously in so many different locations? Simple. All were the accomplishments of one big, happy family. So begins Act II of this drama.
In 2002, the use of “Direct Recording Electronic” (DRE) voting machines and the elimination of all paper trails of balloting was imposed upon the states through the enactment of the “Help Americans Vote Act.” Since the conduct of elections is constitutionally delegated to the sovereign states, the feds came up with a $3.9 BILLION inducement for them to adopt electronic voting. Obviously, there was a lot of money and a lot of political influence involved in concentrating the tabulation of balloting into the hands of a select few. A few with connections in high places.
Enter now from left stage, the Urosevich brothers, Bob and Ted. They respectively controlled Ohio-based Diebold and its theatrical stand-in, Nebraska-based “Election Systems and Software” (ES&S). Diebold eventually sold out to ES&S, thus ending the competition charade. There then emerged another major performer in this off-Broadway production — Sequoia. Its machines serviced nearly 9 million voters in the 2012 election.
The Diebold-ES&S collaboration was temporarily disrupted by a Justice Department ant-trust indictment, forcing ES&S to sell its Diebold interest to the Dominion Corporation — the fourth largest name in voter technology. But a month later, the DOJ turned a blind eye as Dominion purchased Sequoia. So now, the cast of players was complete. Only two domestic voting machine manufacturers remained on stage — ES&S and Dominion.
About that time, things got a little dicey in the head offices. Many of the key staffers were accused or convicted of a dizzying array of white-collar crimes, including conspiracy, bribery, bid rigging, computer fraud, tax fraud, stock fraud, mail fraud, extortion, and drug trafficking.
While their interests were directed elsewhere, newer technologies, including Web-based voting, emerged on the scene in the form of the Spanish-owned firm, Scytl. And to keep things nice and cozy, Scytl named our old friend Bob Urosevich, of Diebold fame, as managing director of its Americas division.
Scytl became the subject of much speculation that the tabulation of domestic balloting had been outsourced by the Obama administration to this Spanish firm, owned by international financier, George Soros. True, Scytl had been contracted to handle some overseas military ballots, but there is apparently no basis to the Obama outsourcing story, or ownership by George Soros. However, Scytl is believed to have provided the Web-based technology to Allpoint Voter Services, used by the North Carolina State Board of Elections and the Obama campaign’s GottaRegister.com website to enroll at least 11,000 persons via the internet, in violation of North Carolina state law.
So, as the curtain falls on Act II of what has now become an American Tragedy, the very foundation of our Representative Republic, the right to free and open elections, is now concentrated in the hands of a few politically connected entities; entities that are neither free nor open.Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.