Massive and Potential documented voting machine FRAUD has led the True Democracy Party to one Conclusion. You can not trust voting machines, period. There are 2 Main Voting Machine Companies: Diebold and ES&S. They are both owned by two men who are brothers and staunch Republicans. They both have refused to tell anyone how votes are tabulated/counted. And there is an overwhelming mountain of evidence of fraud and manipulation of these machines.
TDP and most Americans (when they learn the truth about the VM’s) want Paper Ballots Only, and Dedicated Voting Stations.
How will we count the millions of votes? This is the most frequently asked question.
We will count them like we used to, by hand. The computer is relatively new to the scene. We use to count ballots, not only by hand, but the count would almost always be finished between 1 or 2am, in time for newspaper final print and distribution.
This always astounded me.
Do we need to go back to Paper Ballots? TDP says YES!!! Though this is only one method used by Republicans to steal US Elections. We must address them all. The VOTE is one of our most Important Rights in a Democracy.
There are dozens, if not hundreds of videos about these voting machines and fraud and corruption. This is only a small sampling.
And it’s rarely talked about. That’s about to change!
At the bottom there is a huff post article on Diebold selling it’s Voting Machine Unit to ES&S. Though the article totally omits any mention of; them being brothers, Republicans, the whole voting machine fraud, hacking, and vote stealing issues and connections, or the increased concentration to 70% of US votes counted by one Republican Group. This just happened to slip their minds over at the huff post.
The article also states how ‘Safe’ their voting machines are! LOL!!! SAFE?! Look below to see how ‘safe’ they are.
This is a ‘prime example’ of how you don’t get the “real” news. They leave out 90% percent of the best information, put in some total propaganda, and give you about 10% of truth that doesn’t cover anything that really matters.
Rigged USA Elections Exposed
Rigged Voting Machines!!!
Princeton University demonstration of a hacked Diebold electronic voting machine found on Princeton’s website.
Electronic Voting Machine Fraud – Part 1 of 5
Electronic Voting Machine Fraud – Part 2 of 5
WV Vote Flipping Caught on Tape
FOX: Diebold Electronic Vote Fraud Confirmed
Voting Machines Pick McCain in West Virginia
Rigged voting machine in Florida
Very Funny. Just 4 Laughs 🙂
Diebold Sells Voting Machine Unit
NORTH CANTON, Ohio — ATM maker Diebold Inc. has sold its much-criticized U.S. voting-machine business to its bigger competitor, Election Systems & Software Inc. of Omaha, Neb.
Diebold, based in North Canton, announced the sale of its Allen, Texas-based subsidiary Premier Election Solutions Inc. on Thursday and said it will get $5 million plus payments representing 70 percent of collections of the unit’s accounts receivable as of Aug. 31.
Diebold said it would disclose the additional payments at a later date.
Diebold expects to recognize a pretax loss on the deal in the range of $45 million to $55 million.
Last year Premier generated 2.8 percent of Diebold’s revenue. Diebold faced repeated criticism of the reliability and security of its touch-screen voting machines and began looking for a buyer for Premier more than two years ago.
In 2007, Diebold distanced itself from the election unit, renaming it Premier, allowing it to operate more independently and giving it a separate board of directors.
Its touch-screen voting machines used in elections across the country often drew criticism that the technology could be manipulated. The company has insisted touch-screen voting is reliable and an improvement over punch-card ballots that resulted in the disputed recount in Florida during the 2000 presidential election.
The sale reflects Diebold’s decision three years ago to focus on key markets, including ATMs and security systems, according to spokesman Mike Jacobsen. The company is determined to move forward and not reflect on past election-system problems, he said.
Diebold’s Brazilian subsidiary, which makes voting machines for Brazil’s national elections board, is unaffected by the Premier sale.
Premier has about 180 employees in the United States and Canada. Premier operates in 33 states and ES&S operates election services in 39 states and overseas.
Aldo Tesi, ES&S president and CEO, said the company was determined to fulfill its responsibilities in the high-profile voting-machine market.
“This acquisition is an opportunity to continue fulfilling our company’s core mission of maintaining voter confidence, and enhancing the voting experience,” he said in a statement.
Candice Hoke, an election law professor at Cleveland State University, said the sale raises questions about the consolidation of election services. “It’s a massive consolidation of voting-system vendors,” she said.
The increased size and influence of ES&S could make it harder for smaller, innovative companies to enter the market, she said. “The market power (of ES&S) will be so significant,” she said.
At the same time, Hoke said, ES&S’s growth could allow it to spend more on research to develop better voting machines.
Diebold shares were up 44 cents to $30.47 in Thursday afternoon trading.