Google “Voter Fraud” and notice how many articles are listed by left-wing “news organizations” citing so-called experts saying that it is “rare”, “overblown”, or as the Huffington Post declares, “consistent since 2000”. The same is true for other, similar search terms on Google such as “Voter Fraud Cases” and “History of Voter Fraud”.
If I lived in a cave, and only had Google to keep me company, I might believe it… but I don’t. I read and I know of the many claims that Google regularly alters its listings to favor left-wing messaging; that it censors opposing views and the individuals that express them; that Eric Schmidt, who was the chief technology officer for Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign, and who is now the executive chairman of Google parent-company Alphabet, is hard at work in a new company Groundwork ensuring that Hillary Clinton gets elected.1. I also know that Wikileaks founder Julian Assange (who has an accuracy record of 100% in leaked documents so far) says that “Google is directly engaged with Hillary Clinton’s campaign”2, as are, so it appears, many of the websites writing articles that voter fraud is nothing to worry about. Surprise, surprise!
Collusion between the DNC and many in the left-wing media is obvious. Assange is simply confirming it to many of us who came to this conclusion on our own years ago. So, call me crazy, but I tend trust my connections, fans, friends and family more when it comes to what Americans are thinking and saying regarding their concern about voter fraud.
Voter fraud in the upcoming Presidential Election is not only a serious concern but to many, a foregone conclusion. In a recent Economist/YouGov poll, 72% said they were “very or somewhat concerned about the security of the electoral system”.3. For most people though, the terms “voter fraud” and “election fraud” mean the same thing. However, according to experts, (and an article at the DailyKos), Voter Fraud means “individual voters misrepresenting who they are” while Election Fraud is the “illegal interference with the process of an election.”4. As one might ask, “What difference, at this point, does it make?”
While the net effect is the same, the difference is that little can be done about individual voter fraud so close to the election. Of course, encouraging voters to demand paper ballots where it is legal might help, and exit polls could identify where we should look deeper. But in terms of influencing elections beyond the usual Republicans-turned-Democrats-Once-Dead phenomenon, illegal aliens, and absentee fraud, the real power to throw an election is in Election Fraud.
Enter once again… George Soros, that billionaire supporter of liberal political causes who once said,
“I admit that I have always harbored an exaggerated view of my self-importance—to put it bluntly, I fancied myself as some kind of god”.5.
In a recent, compelling piece by Edmund Kozak of Lifezette.com entitled “Concern Grows Over Soros-Linked Voting Machines”, sixteen U.S. States may use voting machines tied to Soros in the upcoming election.6. The name of the company is Smartmatic and according to Kozak,
“Smartmatic Chairman Mark Malloch-Brown is a former U.N. official and sits on the board of Soros’ Open Society Foundations. Since the story first broke, the flow-chart has disappeared from Smartmatic’s website”.
“According to a spokesperson for the National Association of Secretaries of State, Smartmatic is not on a list of federally certified providers for election systems and that officials in several states’ have contested that their equipment came from Smartmatic. Why, then, had Smartmatic bragged about providing over 50,000 voting machines for U.S. elections?” 6.
All things digital, including votes in the upcoming elections, can be altered, but there is a record somewhere, that is, if you know where to look.
The screenshot below is from the site I use when I want to see what a website looked like in the past. It clearly confirms that Smartmatic not only boasted about 57,000 of its voting machines being used in 307 jurisdictions in 16 States, it also tells us exactly where to look for potential election fraud. And how exactly did these machines make their way to the U.S. when they were not approved by The National Association of Secretaries of State? And how many individuals were responsible for purchasing so many unapproved machines?
(Or see for yourself at: Way Back Machine what Smartmatic deleted. Simply enter: “www.smartmatic.com” and choose a date.)
For additional information on types of electronic voting equipment and in which States they’re used, please go here.
Matt Fitzgibbons is philosopher, historian, award-winning musician and founder of PatriotMusic.com. He just released his third CD called “Pawns”. He is also a contributor to DailySurge.com.