Has Election Fraud Gotten Us Where We Are Today?

The Online Journal.com reported on 10/28/2005, that “The latest critical confirmation of key indicators that the election of 2004 was stolen comes in an extremely powerful, penetrating report from the General Accounting Office that has gotten virtually no mainstream media coverage.”

Here are some other excerpts from the Online Journal about this GAO report:

“Nearly a year ago, senior Judiciary Committee Democrat John Conyers (D-MI) asked the GAO to investigate electronic voting machines as they were used during the November 2, 2004, presidential election. ”

“According to CNN, the U.S. House Judiciary Committee received ‘more than 57,000 complaints’ following Bush’s alleged re-election.”

“The United States is the only major democracy that allows private partisan corporations to secretly count and tabulate the votes with proprietary non-transparent software.   The CEO of one of the most crucial suppliers of electronic voting machines, Warren O’Dell of Diebold, pledged before the 2004 campaign to deliver Ohio and thus the presidency to George W. Bush.”

“Bush’s official margin of victory in Ohio was just 118,775 votes out of more than 5.6 million cast.”

“The GAO also confirms that access to the voting network was easily compromised because not all digital recording electronic voting systems (DREs) had supervisory functions password-protected, so access to one machine provided access to the whole network.   With 800,000 votes cast on electronic machines in Ohio, flipping the number needed to give Bush 118,775 could be easily done by just one programmer.”

“In essence, the GAO study makes it clear that no bank, grocery store or mom & pop chop shop would dare operate its business on a computer system as flimsy, fragile and easily manipulated as the one on which the 2004 election turned.”

“The GAO findings are particularly damning when set in the context of an election run in Ohio by a secretary of state simultaneously working as co-chair of the Bush-Cheney campaign.”

A related Rock River Times article added, “One Ohio campaign operative, Tom Noe, a coin dealer, was indicted Oct. 27 for illegally funneling $45,400 to Bush by writing checks to others, who then wrote checks to Bush’s re-election campaign, allegedly dodging the $2,000 limit on contributions by an individual.”

“In the 2000 election, Florida was the key; in the 2004 election, Ohio was the key.”

 

 

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