Voting machine company behind so many surprise wins this year raises some questions

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      eridani
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      https://www.rawstory.com/voting-machine/?utm_source=&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=6243

      Voting results in three states that saw surprising majorities by vulnerable incumbent Republican senators—Maine, North Carolina and South Carolina—were almost all tabulated on ES&S machines.

      Trump and his inept legal team have barely mentioned ES&S, focusing almost exclusively on Dominion Voting Systems.

      Rudy Giuliani, Sydney Powell and Fox hosts have been making such bold and naked claims against the ES&S competitors, without any substance or evidence, that Fox News, NewsMax and OAN have all been threatened with litigation unless they fully retract their claims and correct a number of egregious factual errors.

      In requesting details about the ownership of ES&S, the lawmakers specifically noted “we are particularly concerned that secretive and ‘trouble-plagued companies,’ owned by private equity firms and responsible for manufacturing and maintaining voting machines and other election administration equipment, ‘have long skimped on security in favor of convenience,’ leaving voting systems across the country ‘prone to security problems’.”

      DCReport placed numerous calls and emails to ES&S at its headquarters on John Galt Boulevard in Omaha. Only once was the phone answered by someone who would not put us through saying “they are not going to be able to talk to you.”. DCReport was directed to ES&S’s website. DCReport submitted the form repeatedly but got no reply.

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      All polls were totally off.  Even exit polls for Democratic primary (a sure sign of fraud).  Also, if you see exit polls of South Carolina

      https://www.cnn.com/election/2020/exit-polls/senate/south-carolina, the results are in line with the final count.

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      MackMarkstein
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      That lone person using valid statistical methods on the best data he can get (but unfortunately that is the news networks’ exit polls when first shown, before any “adjustment”) published the discrepancies he found in a variety of states:
      https://tdmsresearch.com/2020/11/04/2020-presidential-election-table/

      Kentucky is third from the top (hello Mitch McConnell) with only New York and Iowa above it, ranked by % discrepancy between those exit polls and official vote count by the state, but just for the Trump/Biden part of the election.

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      Ohio Barbarian
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      The main one I see mentioned is McConnell’s win, which was no surprise at all. His opponent was a Vichy Dem who called herself a Trump Democrat. I also see Maine and North Carolina cited, but both Democrats running for Senate were worthless neoliberals.

      Do you know what else all three have in common? None of them mentioned the economy once during their campaigns. Not once! Get real, they lost because they sucked, not because they were cheated.

      Some people like conspiracies for the sake of conspiracies, and Trump wants to push this so he can launch his new grifting scheme. I need some hard evidence. There is none thus far.

      It is better to vote for what you want and not get it than to vote for what you don't want and get it.--Eugene Debs

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      Though polls have their problems, (stealing this bit of data from a few places its been including here) at
      https://jackpineradicals.com/boards/topic/sen-chris-van-hollen-slams-sen-josh-hawley-for-plan-to-object-to-bidens-election-college-win/#post-389703

      “…In 2017, a Public Policy Polling Survey asked Kentuckians, “Do you approve or disapprove of Senator Mitch McConnell’s job performance?” Only 18% approved. He clawed his rating back up to 39% on the eve of the election. So, what exactly drove these angry Kentuckians to reelect Mitch McConnell with a 19-point advantage over opponent Amy McGrath—57.8% to 38.2%?……no one’s asking how McConnell managed one of the most lopsided landslides of the Nov. 3 election. They should. An investigation of Kentucky voting results by DCReport raises significant questions about the vote tallies in McConnell’s state….”
      So apparently pre-election polls in early Nov. had McConnell at 39% approval. And the official vote counts had him at 58% versus Amy’s 38%. That’s a landslide margin. Yes, it was Disgusting Candidate A versus Disgusting Candidate B, but (not being from Kentucky) McConnell’s in-office performance has been, um, consistent and clear for many years, while Amy was an alternative to this vile (to the 99%) incumbent.

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      snot
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      in tandem with the introduction of electronic voting and tabulation, starting in 2000.

      Destruction is easy; creation is hard, but more interesting.

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      Satan
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      While he was running the company, he ran for the US Senate.  He won, despite having no prior political experience at the time. 85% of the votes in the state were counted on ES&S machines.

      Just a coincidence…. like when Diebold’s CEO Wally O’Dell promised he would “deliver” Ohio’s votes to Chimpy W. Cokespoon in 2004.

      "Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable". - John F. Kennedy

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      eridani
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      Because of the infrequency of elections, the software is always in beta test mode, completely leaving aside fraud issues.

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