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BlackBoxVoting.org: Proven Miami hack of 2012 absentee ballots
Note from UsQueers.com, Xe: Though the evidence is being ignored, we CONVICT the Republican Party of these election fraud crimes based on the abundant evidence and common sense. No courtroom necessary.
New insights on one of the most interesting election fraud stories of 2012…
THIS REALLY HAPPENED.
It’s a documented computerized voting system hack; it’s been in front of a grand jury; it shows a political pattern. It appears to have targeted three specific and interconnected candidates. It is being declared thwarted and they say it wouldn’t have worked. Officials claim the hack is untraceable.
Now here’s the truth: It could easily have worked, and I’ll describe how below, and by the way, Rocky and Bullwinkle could have caught these guys. The reason they weren’t apprehended is that crucial IP addresses were withheld from investigators during the period while trace routing logs were intact.
Two questions still need a real investigation: (1) Which persons did the actual handoff (and omission) of the IPs to state and federal investigators; and (2) Where was the Miami-Dade absentee database to be sent during the print and mail phase of this election?
“Harry Truman once said, ‘There are 14 or 15 million Americans who have the resources to have representatives in Washington to protect their interests, and that the interests of the great mass of the other people — the 150 or 160 million — is the responsibility of the President of the United States, and I propose to fulfill it.’”
— John Fitzgerald Kennedy, speaking in Atlantic City, New Jersey, at the Convention of the United Auto Workers on May 8, 1962.
This passage was featured in the Charles Guggenheim documentary that was, until recently, shown to visitors to the John F. Kennedy museum.