Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Nevada voting machines automatically checking Harry Reid's name; voting machine technicians are SEIU members

The reports have started to come in. In this case, it is highly believable that the voting machines were tampered with.

In another case in North Carolina, (read article here) when voters checked the straight-ticket for Republicans, it checked all Democrats.

Isn't it strange that the errors only go one way.

It seems to me that the ones reprogramming these machines are not so bright. Wouldn't it be just as easy to show the vote as the voter expects it and, when the vote is posted, post it to the Democrat. I guess if they did that then it might raise more suspicion since the machine would be 100% Democrat. On second thought, it is better to allow the Republicans to notice the diversion of their vote. That way maybe 50% or so will be valid.

In dealing with the SEIU, it is like putting the fox in charge of the chicken coop. The Democrats have learned that they can get away with voter intimidation and fraud when they have street workers falsifying registrations, union people controlling the government offices and a sympathetic Justice Department. You will find that there will be a number of surprise results in this years elections with no other explanation than corruption.

Since early voting started, there have been credible reports that voting machines in Clark County, Nevada are automatically checking Harry Reid's name on the ballot:
Voter Joyce Ferrara said when they went to vote for Republican Sharron Angle, her Democratic opponent, Sen. Harry Reid's name was already checked.

Ferrara said she wasn't alone in her voting experience. She said her husband and several others voting at the same time all had the same thing happen.

"Something's not right," Ferrara said. "One person that's a fluke. Two, that's strange. But several within a five minute period of time -- that's wrong."

Now there's absolutely no independently verified evidence of chicanery with the voting machines (yet), but it is worth noting that the voting machine technicians in Clark County are members of the Service Employees International Union. The SEIU spent $63 million in elections in 2008 and is planning on spending $44 million more this election cycle -- nearly all of that on Democrats. White House political director Patrick Gaspard is formerly the SEIU's top lobbyist, and former SEIU president Andy Stern was the most frequent vistor to the White House last year.

Unions increasingly have a major financial stake in election outcomes, both as a matter of their own election expenditures, and as a function of what they stand to gain if their legislative agenda is enacted. Should they really be responsible for tabulating the votes? That's certainly something voters ought to think long and hard about.

Read The Washington Examiner article here.

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