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Election security and voter rolls


UncoverDCWhat does all of this mean? It means our elections have been privatized. These organizations acting in a private capacity to manipulate and shape our elections are impervious to any citizen oversight in the form of FOIA requests.

The access and extent of these companies’ involvement directly in our elections are unknown as each time routers and Splunk logs are to be made available, some cosmic force seems to stop the process dead in its tracks. In Maricopa, the Board of Supervisors refused to hand them over. In Antrim Co., the case was dismissed on standing the day the routers were to be turned over in discovery.

And our politicians, the benefactors of such manipulations, want us to pull the shades down and ignore the chaos in our streets, in our schools, in our businesses, and in our courts. They seem to encourage, or at least refuse to act, on the censorship of information on public town squares. Social media has become the 4th branch of government, acting with impunity to the Constitutional rights of Free Speech and Assembly.

If you know who has already voted (and more importantly, who is on the voter rolls but has not), then you can submit fake ballots in the names of those who did not at 3am election night.

This entry was published Wed Jan 05 22:52:56 CST 2022 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2022-01-05 22:52:56.0. [Tweet]

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