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AtLiberty Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Mar-09-11 09:07 AM
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12. Election results in Wisconsin are wirelessly transmitted
Edited on Wed Mar-09-11 09:08 AM by AtLiberty
Votes in Wisconsin are wirelessly transmitted -- the same way votes were transmitted in Ohio to SmarTech in Tennessee in 2004. Ohio election reformists have accumulated massive evidence that Kerry won in Ohio. Attorneys were in the process of obtaining testimony of SmarTech's Mike Connell when his private plane mysteriously crashed just before his deposition.

http://www.bradblog.com/?p=7652

Electronic votes which are not tabulated wirelessly are also unsafe. The software and hardware in the voting machines and/or the central tabulator could be manipulated. But why go through all that trouble when one can change the votes over a broad area, ie: an entire state, wirelessly?

And to those who have trouble grasping election fraud, ask yourselves if you truly believe all these Republican extremists could have received the popular vote? The Tea Party Movement was/is just cover to make you believe you lost. After all, if you believed a thug fraudulently won, you might become angry.
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