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  • Enlightenment (831 posts)
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    Election Integrity has won their lawsuit in San Diego

    They sued Michael Vu (registrar of voters) and the county for failing to properly audit the primary results. They were unable to force any action before certification, but at least they have won.

    They posted on FB – I believe the post is public – but have not updated their website yet.

    I’ll try embedding the link to the video statement . . .

    <iframe src=”https://www.facebook.com/plugins/video.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fcitizensoversight%2Fvideos%2F1261472877280727%2F&show_text=0&width=400″ width=”400″ height=”400″ style=”border:none;overflow:hidden” scrolling=”no” frameborder=”0″ allowTransparency=”true” allowFullScreen=”true”></iframe>

    And of course that didn’t work.
    Here’s the URL for the FB page: https://www.facebook.com/citizensoversight/

     

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  • Tuesday (598 posts)
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    1. from the facebook page

    Court case PROVES election audit fraud in San Diego, where they left out 285,000 ballots from the audit, and then carefully rifled through and pre-counted 192,000 in the audit. Bernie Sanders won 58% to 42% in the polling-place ballots but lost 58% to 42% against HRC in the “rifled through” and precounted vote-by-mail ballots.

    • Enlightenment (831 posts)
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      2. Yep.

      It was obvious at the time – and pretty well reported on (at least what I was reading, not the MSM). Nice to see them win the suit, though.

      I like their idea for ballot audits, though I suspect it won’t fly because it would require states to buy new machines (from what I can tell). Many states haven’t updated their machines since 2001, when they got the federal money. They update the software, but are using the same flawed devices.

      All political parties die at last of swallowing their own lies. - John Arbuthnot, 1637-1735
  • FanBoy (7985 posts)
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    3. so is something supposed to happen now? will it make any difference?

    • The Crone (3016 posts)
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      4. As voting activists discovered as far back as 2000,

      When officials do something like flip the entire votes of an entire area, no penalties exist. The election law code is rather ancient; it came about before such things were possible. For instance, my County has an honest vote count for two reasons: one is our Registrar of Voters’ official, Dianne Findley is extremely honest. The other reason is our election machinery dates from ht e early 1980’s and the type of programmer who would know how to insert malacious code so the machinery’s vote totals can be flipped are no longer active as hacker.

      If you or I voted twice, we might end up doing two years in jail. But voting officials rarely even have lawsuits filed against them. I tried to take a voting official who employed a woman who had harassed voters and voting activists, a felony, to court, but the FBI refused to get involved, and the local DA’s office said they couldn’t do it – the FBI had to.

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      • FanBoy (7985 posts)
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        5. seems to happen that way a lot — the peons usually catch major flak,

        the big boys (and girls) rarely.