URGENT! Personal Breach Prevention on Election Day - Demand a Paper Ballot or...

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URGENT! Personal Breach Prevention on Election Day - Demand a Paper Ballot or...
Personal Breach Prevention on Election Day - Demand a Paper Ballot or...

 

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[Editor's Note: Please check your local laws regarding video recording and or sharing your vote on social media. Vote rigging is a very very serious issue and if the allegations are true (which I believe they are) do we really live in a free and democratic society? If our ONE peaceful opportunity to address our grievances with Government has been stolen then what are we left with? A slave asks "is it legal" and a free person asks "is it right?" Few people in the world are more qualified to speak on the subject of network and breach security issues than the author of this article. We are lucky to have permission to repost in full as do you. Please repost and get it out on whatever media platform you can.]

Let’s say you go to vote and you notice when you click on one candidate, it clicks to another. Well, don’t let it surprise you that many voting machines are built by companies who are funded by billionaires that want to affect the USA elections. This could be much worse than alleged “Russians” hacking our elections (because it’s so hard to hack our elections remotely, today, but one day when all election gear is on the internet, expect it).

Voter fraud is illegal interference with the process of an election. Some groups argue that voter fraud is widespread. The Heritage Foundation has said that the "United States has a long and unfortunate history of election fraud," and that "preventing, deterring, and prosecuting such fraud is essential to protecting the integrity of our voting process.

The following are the common types of alleged voter fraud:

  • Double voting (ballot stuffing): One individual casts more than one ballot in the same election.
  • Dead voters: The name of a deceased person remains on a state's official list of registered voters and a living person fraudulently casts a ballot in that name.
  • Felon voter fraud: The casting of a ballot by a convicted felon who is not eligible to vote as a result of being a felon.
  • Voter suppression: A variety of tactics aimed at lowering or suppressing the number of voters who might otherwise vote in a particular election.
  • Registration fraud: Filling out and submitting a voter registration card for a fictional person, or filling out a voter registration card with the name of a real person, but without that person's consent, and forging his or her signature on the card.
  • Voter impersonation: A person claims to be someone else when casting a vote.
  • Vote-buying: Agreements between voters and others to buy and sell votes, such as a candidate paying voters to vote for him or her.
  • Fraud by election officials: Manipulation of ballots by officials administering the election, such as tossing out ballots or casting ballots in voters' names.

For more information, with appreciation to the source, visit: https://ballotpedia.org/Voter_fraud and lookup your sample ballot, here: https://ballotpedia.org/Elections

By now most of us are aware that Smartmatic manufactures the voting machines that will be used this November. The Chairman of Smartmatic, Mark Malloch-Brown, is on the board of George Soros’ Open Society Foundation. Mr. Soros has openly endorsed one of the candidates and has made public statements that his candidate pick is nearly ‘guaranteed’ to win the election. SMARTMATIC’S VOTING MACHINES WILL BE USED IN THESE 16 CRUCIAL STATES:

  • Arizona
  • California
  • Colorado
  • District of Columbia
  • Florida
  • Illinois
  • Louisiana
  • Michigan
  • Missouri
  • New Jersey
  • Nevada
  • Oregon
  • Pennsylvania
  • Virginia
  • Washington
  • Wisconsin

Then, to balance out the coin, on the other side, you have the Diebold voting systems. Hugh Thompson, whom I have immeasurable respect for, who Chairs the RSA Conferences (biggest INFOSEC conferences in the world) ran this little test and found that these could be easily hacked to flip the votes: https://www.facebook.com/protectingtheusa/videos/1010687715710566/ 

If you don’t demand a paper ballot, you risk losing your vote. 

*** UPDATE *** AFTER WATCHING THIS (BELOW), I'VE ADDED A LINK TO THIS PETITION: https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/we-people-ask-congress-meet-emergency-session-about-removing-george-soros-owned-voting-machines-16-states

This is the Sequoia AVC Edge touch-screen DRE voting machine. In 2008, it was used in jurisdictions with almost 9 million voters. Alex Halderman and Ari Feldman replaced the voting software with Pac-Man. They did this in three afternoons, without breaking any tamper-evident seals. It would be easy to modify the software to steal votes, but that's been done before, and Pac-Man is more fun.

CNN, who was one of the first and loudest to scoff at the allegations of "vote rigging" did a report on how a machine could be hacked in less than one minute.

FOX News, another one to act surprised at the thought of "rigging" the election also did a report on how the machines are vulnerable.

You will need to demand evidence of your vote being properly recorded this year and don’t take no for an answer. Anyone who won’t confirm your vote and pushes you off might be an accomplice in a criminal conspiracy to fraud you and forge your voting results. Let them know you will name them in your criminal complaint if they can’t provide you proof that your vote was not FLIPPED or ERRORED OUT.

So what should you do when you suspect your vote has been fraudulently miscounted? Here are FIVE CRITICAL *hence in ALL CAPS * things you should consider doing:

1)   FILE A COMPLAINT WITH YOUR STATE POLICE – THIS IS MORE SERIOUS THAN A LOCAL TOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT. YOUR REPORT WILL BE FOR FRAUD AND FORGERY. INFORM THEM THAT YOU WILL ASK NATIONAL MEDIA OUTLETS TO TRACK THEIR PROGRESS IN YOUR CASE AND THAT YOU HAVE SHARED EVIDENCE WITH ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, CNN, MSNBC, etc. ASK THEM AFTER YOU FILE, FOR THEIR PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER TO COORDINATE A NATIONAL MEDIA INTERVIEW AND BE INVOLVED AS YOU GET THIS ON THE NEWS.

2)   FILE A COMPLAINT WITH THE FBI. LET THEM KNOW YOU’VE BEEN A VICTIM OF FRAUD AND FORGERY. INFORM THEM THAT YOU WILL ASK NATIONAL MEDIA OUTLETS TO TRACK THEIR PROGRESS IN YOUR CASE AND THAT YOU HAVE SHARED EVIDENCE WITH ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, CNN, MSNBC, etc.

3)   FILE A COMPLAINT WITH THE US DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AND ALSO INFORM THEM THAT YOU WILL ASK NATIONAL MEDIA OUTLETS TO TRACK THEIR PROGRESS IN YOUR CASE AND THAT YOU HAVE SHARED EVIDENCE WITH ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, CNN, MSNBC, etc.

To file a voting complaint with the Department of Justice, write to:

U.S. Department of Justice,Civil Rights Division, Voting Rights Section

950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20530

Tel: (202) 514-4609 Fax: (202) 307-3961 TTY: (202) 514-0716

www.usdoj.gov/crt/crt-home.html

4)   USE SOCIAL MEDIA – TELL EVERYONE YOU KNOW IN EMAIL, ON TWITTER, FACEBOOK, LINKEDIN – SHOW THE EVIDENCE AND DEMAND COMMUNITY SUPPORT AND PARTICIPATION.

5)   CONTACT NATIONAL MEDIA OUTLETS AND LOCAL NEWSPAPERS, RADIO AND TV TO GET IN PRINT AND ON THE AIR TO SHARE YOUR STORY OF BEING VICTIMIZED AND DEFRAUDED. THEY ALL HAVE WEBSITES WITH EMAIL AND TELEPHONE CONTACT INFORMATION. USE IT.

Federal laws prohibit discrimination in voting practices on the basis of race, color, previous condition of servitude, sex, disability, being a member of a language minority, or age if you are 18 years of age or older. The prohibition because of race or color is directed against the United States, state and local governments, and private organizations such as political parties. Your right to vote in general interest elections cannot be restricted by classifications on grounds other than residence, age, and citizenship, unless the classification serves a compelling state interest. General interest elections involve the voting on important governmental functions, such as imposition of property or sales taxes, maintenance of streets, operation of schools (including school board elections), and providing of sanitation, health, or welfare services.

The imposition by a state or voting district of a voting qualification, a prerequisite for registration or voting, or some other standard, practice, or procedure based on race, color, or membership in a language minority group that results in a denial of your right to vote or to participate in the processes leading to a nomination or election is forbidden by federal laws. It is also forbidden to have as a prerequisite for voting that you demonstrate the ability to read, write, understand, or interpret any matter, demonstrate any educational achievement or knowledge of any particular subject, or possess good moral character. If you cannot read or write, voting officials are required to permit you to receive assistance from a person of your choice so that you can vote.

States may require you to provide some information, including identification information such as race, in order to determine your eligibility to vote and prevent voter fraud. A state may take away your right to vote if you are a convicted felon, but only as long as the purpose of the rule is not to disenfranchise you as a member of a minority group.

The federal government requires that a voter registration application be provided simultaneously with an application for, or renewal of, a driver’s license or other personal identification document issued by a state motor vehicle authority. States are also required to provide registration materials by mail and in all public libraries, public schools, unemployment offices, Armed Forces recruitment offices, state offices that provide public assistance, and state-funded programs primarily engaged in providing services to those with disabilities.

A federal write-in absentee ballot is provided to overseas citizens who do not receive a regular ballot from a state or territory if the request was received at least 30 days before the election.

If you are a member of a language minority and unable to participate effectively in English language elections, your state or voting district must provide you with registration and voting notices, forms, instructions, assistance, and other materials and information relating to the electoral process, including ballots, in English and in your language if your county has been determined to satisfy criteria contained in the minority language provisions of the Voting Rights Act.

As a safeguard against discrimination, jurisdictions covered under the special provisions of the Voting Rights Act must seek approval from either the Attorney General or the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia before making changes in voting practices or procedures. Also, the Attorney General is authorized to request that federal observers be sent to such jurisdictions to monitor polling place activities on Election Day.

If you think you were discriminated against when you tried to vote or register to vote, immediately complain to local voting officials, and contact the nearest United States Attorney’s Office or write to the Voting Section of the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice at the address below. You should also complain if you were discriminated against in campaigning for office, or when you took part in a political meeting, signed up other voters, or served as an election official or poll watcher, or if you think a change in local voting laws has a discriminatory purpose or effect.

The Voting Section also safeguards the right to vote of the disabled and illiterate persons, overseas citizens, persons who change their residence shortly before a presidential election, and persons 18 or older discriminated against because of their age. The U.S. Attorney General may bring a civil action in federal district court to enforce your right to vote. As a private individual, you may also bring a civil action to remedy discriminatory behavior. (Source: http://www.usccr.gov/)

 

by Gary S. Miliefsky

Originally posted @ LinkedIn

Gary is the CEO of SnoopWall, Inc. and a co-inventor of the company’s innovative breach prevention technologies. He is a cyber-security expert and a frequent invited guest on national and international media commenting on mobile privacy, cyber security, cyber-crime and cyber terrorism, also covered in both Forbes and Fortune Magazines. He has been extremely active in the INFOSEC arena, most recently as the Editor of Cyber Defense Magazine. Miliefsky is a Founding Member of the US Department of Homeland Security (http://www.DHS.gov), the National Information Security Group (http://www.NAISG.org) and the OVAL advisory board of MITRE responsible for the CVE Program (http://CVE.mitre.org). He also assisted the National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC), which operates within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, in their development of The National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace as well as the Center for the Study of Counter-Terrorism and Cyber Crime at Norwich University. Previously, Gary has been founder and/or inventor for technologies and corporations sold and licensed to Hexis Cyber, Intel/McAfee, IBM, Computer Associates and BlackBox Corporation. Gary is a member of ISC2.org and is a CISSP®. Email him at [email protected].

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