Brad Blog, Forbes and Truthout are reporting that Mitt Romney through his son Tagg via a company called H.I.G. Capital (believed to stand for Hart Intercivic Group) took over control of Hart Intercivic, the nation’s third largest voting machine company, in 2011.
Republican electronic voting machine fraud has a familiar ring to it.
Think Progress goes in a different direction and says no, Romney isn’t rigging voting machines, it’s only a ploy to discourage Obama voters from even going to the polls. It also could be left cover for the fact that maybe even the Dem side has some electronic shenanigans up their sleeve.
The MSM is silent on the issues of software fraud.
I don’t know who is going to be elected. I tend to think it’s already been decided by those above the pay grade of Obama and Romney. If, how, where the rigging of the machines comes into play is anyone’s guess.
All I know is that despite the problems in the past of vote fraud with paper ballots and hand counting, they were most likely miniscule compared to the potential for rigging that the cheap non-secure voting machines we have today pose.
To hell with the presidential candidates anyway. If we are going to change anything it will be on the local and state level. Even then it’s iffy.
Which brings us to some votes that could actually count. Prop 37, GMO labeling in California, and the semi-legalization of marijuana in Colorado, Washington and Oregon. Things that would pound at the armor of the kleptocracy.
Lots of money involved. Lots of incentive to rig. It only takes a few to thwart the will of the many.
We can deal with those whose minds have been massaged and they can’t overcome it but to think the manipulation of these electronic devices could dictate our future tends to piss us off.
It’s not like we haven’t been warned.
Give me control of a nations money supply, and I care not who makes it’s laws.
Mater Amschel Rothschild,
It is enough that the people know there was an election. The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything.