Black People Politics : PROOF of a Fraudulent Voting process..........

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    How Your Parents' Votes Were Counted

    Once upon a time, Americans voted by Paper Ballot. At the end of the day after the polls had closed, neighborhood people, Democrats and Republicans, worked together to count the votes in the precinct (polling place) BEFORE the votes left that precinct. The count was then posted at the precinct polling place for all to see. This is the only way to insure a verifiable election. Variations of method are possible, but the elements of physical ballots which are counted and posted at the precinct before the ballots leave each precinct are essential to insure a fair and honest count.

    To rig an election with the above safeguards built in, one would have to bribe many hundreds of neighborhood people, including key Democrats and Republicans in each precinct you hoped to rig. Finally, the group of people bribed at each precinct would only have access to a tiny fraction of the vote.

    "A House Without Doors"

    In an earlier clip during this CBS interview, Howard J. Strauss dropped this bombshell: "When it comes to computerized elections, there are no safeguards. It's not a door without locks, it's a house without doors."

    The most succinct introductory summary to this mind-blowing subject is found in the ground breaking book Votescam: The Stealing of America by James & Kenneth Collier. The following is quoted with permission granted by the late James Collier in 1991:

    http://votefraud.org/greatest_coverup_of_all.htm
     
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    cont'd.........


    Above is a picture of a Voter News Service (VNS) Exit Poll Box. This box shows that the "exit poll" competition which ABC, CBS, NBC, and CNN pretend to have on election night is a total hoax. Furthermore, it proves they know it is a hoax. You will notice that the box has Voter News Service on top, but then shows the logos of ABC, AP, CBS, CNN, and NBC, indicating that Voter News Service is working for All four Big TV networks and the wire service which keeps the world's newspapers informed.

    These boxes are used to hold "exit poll" ballots filled out by citizens at the (very rare) polling places where Voter News Service show up on election day and conduct "exit polls." (An exit poll is when voters are asked to fill out a form revealing who they voted for, why they voted for them, etc. as they leave the polls.) Citizens for a Fair Vote Count caught up with VNS in 1996 (only the 2nd time we have been able to do so in the last ten years.) This picture was snapped at a high school outside of Manchester, New Hampshire on February 20, 1996 during the GOP Presidential Primary. beneath this explanation is a picture of the same box at a distance as it sits next to the Voter News Service Exit Poll lady who is talking to a citizen.

    For the last quarter century the 4 Big TV Networks have pretended to be in hot competition to predict the "winners" and "losers" in national elections based on the so-called exit polls. I had imagined 30 or 40 accountants in the back room sweating and crunching numbers so that their Anchorman could go on the air first and predict the winner. Now we know it was all a hoax. Now we know that all four Big TV networks get the exact same "exit poll" information, at the exact same time, from the exact same company — Voter News Service. (This is confirmed by Margaret Sims in a 1994 Federal Elections Commission report, and by Time magazine in the 1992 issue immediately following the February 18th New Hampshire Primary of that year, among other sources. The exit poll scam being run by the Big 4 TV networks is treated exhaustively in Votescam: The Stealing of America by Jim & Ken Collier in chapters 15, Piece of the Puzzle, and chapter 16, The Thirteenth Floor. Incidentally, the mysterious and super-arrogant Voter News Service has frequently changed its name over the years. It was former called News Election Services, among other names.)

    We also have a picture of a badge worn by a Voter News Service worker on election night 1988 which was snapped at one of the regional center phone banks in Cincinnati, Ohio. This badge again shows the logos of the same news organizations plus UPI (now out of business) and minus CNN which is still very young at that time.

    So the competition between the networks is a hoax. Furthermore, there are VERY few exit polls, most Americans have never seen one, and do not know anyone who has ever seen one. Next, at each exit poll, only about 1 out of 15 people will talk to the exit poller. People are busy. They are running to work, picking up the kids, coming home from work, etc. etc. etc. Finally, the exit pollers in the two we have caught up with MISS the rush hour periods in the morning and evening! They show up about ten o'clock in the morning, and finish about 5 PM ! We have video footage of the exit poll lady pictured below (next to box) sitting on the phone from 5 PM to about 7 PM calling her "results" in on a pay phone, while HUNDREDS of voters pass between her and our video camera on the way to and from voting at this New Hampshire High School where there were five polling places. (The other exit poll we caught up with in Northern Kentucky in 1992 also saw the Voter News Service Exit Poll person gone by 5:00 PM.)

    When I tried to talk to the exit poll lady at this New Hampshire location, she got irate and called the policeman who was providing security at this voting location. She acted like I was threatening national security to ask her a few questions challenging how these exit polls could possibly be scientific. (Over the years the 4 Big TV network's Exit Poll company has used women from the League of Women Voters and young adults from colleges, perhaps among others, to conduct these very rare exit polls.)

    http://votefraud.org/vns_box_comment.htm
     
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    SECRET BALLOT, SECRET TALLY - ELECTRONIC VOTING ON TRIAL

    On November 5, 1996, millions of Americans voted by secret ballot for thousands of elected officials from the Presidency to the local dog catcher. What few realized is that a key aspect of the vote-counting was also done in secret. What’s more, they have been legally denied the right to find out precisely how their vote is counted.

    How can this be? After all, everybody knows that each aspect of the vote-count is officially conducted by "the government under the microscopic scrutiny of thousands of party officials, anxious candidates, poll workers, curious voters and the media, right?

    Not exactly. The counting of almost 70% of our votes is done inside a literal and figurative black box by a technical process that you have no legal right to inspect. The results from that black box are then counted by local election officials who send their results to the State where they are later "certified" as accurate and honest.

    But none of the certifying officials are the actual "vote-counters" at the board of canvassers or government officials at any other level has oversight of the thousands of votes counted inside these computers.

    Thus, they have no legitimate means of "certifying" that the results are accurate and honest. In fact, in numerous interviews, we found that no official at state, county, city or township levels has had any meaningful oversight (or even a clear understanding) of the vote-counting process at the crucial level of the election computers in each jurisdiction.

    Who does? A handful of computer vote-counting companies which have received surprisingly little publicity considering their central role in counting the vote. As a result, the public has near zero knowledge of these companies and the work they do.

    Methods of vote-counting in the United States vary widely and include computer-counted punch cards (36%), computer-counted optically-scanned ballots (21.5%), direct-recording computer counters (4.3%), and mixed - some electronic, some mechanical (8.3%). There are also the old-fashioned lever machines (approximately 27%) and the original method of hand-counted paper ballots (2.7%).

    [Note: figures were provided by the Federal Election Commission’s Office of Election Administration and are based on a 1994 survey from the Election Data Service.]

    The computer-tuned systems were programmed a few weeks before the election by a surprisingly small group of vote-counting companies. Three major voting equipment vendors - Business Records Corporation (BRC) of Dallas, Texas; Sequoia Pacific of Jamestown, New York and Daneher Controls (whose system was formerly marketed by R.E. Shoup) of Gurnee, Illinois, and a handful of others - make products like the Optech Scanner and the Votomatic punch-card system which allow voters to either mark or punch holes in your ballot, which is then fed into a computer, where your vote is tabulated electronically.

    When the polls close, the voting tallies feed out from the back of the machine on a strip of paper that looks like a cash register receipt. These slips are then sent on to the County, the State and the media for further counting. In many heavily-populated areas, the Votomatic punch cards or optical scan ballots are taken to a central counting site where they are fed into from 1f to 12 larger computers called tabulators at the rate of up to 1000 per minute.


    http://votefraud.org/relevance_o'halloran_pandora's_box.htm
     
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    Tuesday 9/28/2004

    With Fears of a Repeat, International Poll Watchers Will Be Dispatched Nationwide 9/28/2004 BET: "A recent report by the People for the American Way and the NAACP, notes other examples of suppression in Louisiana and other states. In 2002, the Republican Party admitted paying Black youths $75 to stand on street corners with signs discouraging Blacks from voting, and flyers were distributed in African American communities telling voters they could vote on Tuesday, Dec. 10, three days after the Senate runoff election was held. In South Dakota, American Indians were turned away during a recent special election because they did not have photo-IDs. “A lot is at stake in this election, and we do not want a repeat of four years ago, when thousands of people in Florida, and millions of people around the country, were denied their rights to vote,” said U.S. Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-Texas), who spearheaded an effort in Congress to get the United Nations to deploy observers across the country to "ensure free and fair elections." Former President Jimmy Carter, speaking in a Washington Post editorial Monday, said that "some basic international requirements for a fair election are missing in Florida," including uniformed procedures for all citizens. He noted that in 2000, the votes of thousands of African Americans were thrown out on technicalities, and cited recent attempts “to disqualify 22,000 African Americans (likely Democrats), but only 61 Hispanics (likely Republicans) as alleged felons.” "The disturbing fact is that a repetition of the problems of 2000 now seems likely," he said. The election monitoring group, Votewatch2004, calculates that up to 6 million voters nationwide were disenfranchised in 2000 because of faulty machines, intimidation, confusing information, partisan efforts, confusing ballots, legal barriers, registration mix-ups, and absentee-ballot problems. The PFAW/NAACP study , "The Long Shadow of Jim Crow: Voter Intimidation and Suppression in America Today," notes that while repression efforts are not limited to a single party, Republican efforts predominate, and the tactics have become "more subtle and subterranean." "


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    Tuesday, Sep 21, 2004 20:04 ET


    The Pentagon doesn't want you to vote overseas


    A Web site maintained by the Department of Defense is blocking access to non-military Americans. Could it be worried that expatriates are leaning toward Kerry?
    By Farhad Manjoo On Monday, the International Herald Tribune reported that the Pentagon is restricting international access to the Web site for the Federal Voting Assistance Program, the official government agency that helps Americans living abroad register to vote in the November election.

    According to the IHT, Americans who connect to the Internet using one of several foreign Internet service providers have reported difficulty logging in to the voting-assistance site. The Pentagon confirmed that it is blocking traffic from these ISPs -- which provide Internet service in 25 countries -- but it declined to say why.

    News of the Pentagon's traffic-blocking immediately aroused alarm and suspicion among voting-rights activists, and it's not hard to see why. For the 6 million Americans living abroad, signing up to vote at home is a daunting task, a Byzantine process that differs for each citizen depending on his or her home state and even home county.

    Over the past year, the Federal Voting Assistance Program Web site has been widely advertised all over the foreign press as the way for Americans to get help on how to vote in the upcoming election. The site, which is maintained by the Department of Defense, is a nonpartisan, comprehensive, and official clearinghouse for voting registration information. Now that it's been put off-limits to many Americans just before registration deadlines kick in, activists fear that Americans will be unfairly barred from voting this year.

    Why would the Pentagon do this? Officials at the Voting Assistance Program have told some Americans living abroad that the blocked ISPs were havens for "hack" attacks against the voting site; the Pentagon had no choice but to block them in order to keep the voting site secure from attack. But that explanation is extremely fishy, say critics who see something more nefarious at work. The Defense Department maintains all manner of sensitive Web sites -- for instance, MyPay, which allows military personnel to manage their compensation online -- and it's had no problem protecting those from hackers while keeping them open for legitimate uses.

    "This is a completely partisan thing," one Defense Department voting official told Salon. The official, who asked to remain anonymous for fear of being fired, is one of the many people in the department assigned to help both uniformed military personnel as well as American civilians register to vote. The offical described the Pentagon as extremely diligent in its efforts to register soldiers stationed overseas -- for instance, voting assistance officers have been told by the department to personally meet with all of the soldiers in their units in order to help them register. But the department has ignored its mandate to help overseas civilians who want to vote, the official said.


    http://www.salon.com/tech/feature/2004/09/21/overseas_voting/index_np.html
     
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    The long shadow of Jim Crow - Voter intimidation and suppression in America

    today, Part 1 8/27/2004 SF Bay View: "In 2003 in Philadelphia, voters in African American areas were systematically challenged by men carrying clipboards, driving a fleet of some 300 sedans with magnetic signs designed to look like law enforcement insignia… As this report details, voter intimidation and suppression is not a problem limited to the southern United States. It takes place from California to New York, Texas to Illinois. It is not the province of a single political party, although patterns of intimidation have changed as the party allegiances of African Americans have changed over the years. It has served to create doubt about the equality of our democracy, and cynicism at home and abroad. This report includes incidents of voter intimidation and suppression from our most recent elections and reviews the historical roots of those efforts in the days following emancipation, through Reconstruction and the “Second Reconstruction,” the years immediately following the passage of the Voting Rights Act."


    I thought you said things have changed since the 60's Jamesfrmphilly?? I thought the words of "malcolm" were "obsolete"??

    This happened right in your back yard!!
     
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    That is realy deep and since most black folks have seen the intyro of Farenhight 9/11 and have seen how hundreds of thousands of blacks were defrauded of their right to vote

    in 2000 (9 years after the book)

    Many where glad that the Rothschild, lever machines were not in NYC polling locations,


    but instead paper ballots on November 2,


    ten years later!
     
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    Hoodwinked
    Why is Florida's voting system so corrupt?


    By Ann Louise Bardach
    Posted Tuesday, Aug. 24, 2004, at 3:45 PM ET

    At least there won't be chad this timeOne indicator of the dire state of electoral affairs in Florida is the fact that Theresa LePore, the election supervisor who designed the infamous butterfly ballot, will once again be on the job. It was Ms. LePore's ballot that awarded the votes of thousands of elderly Jews in Palm Beach County to Pat Buchanan, arguably costing Al Gore the election. Given the multitude of other failures in the state's voting system, that's the good news.

    In the wake of the most scandalous election in U.S. history, which led to an unprecedented 36-day recount, most Americans believed that state and federal authorities would take steps to ensure that the country would never again go through such an ordeal. But in truth very few changes have been made, and those that have been implemented have raised new concerns. Yet nearly all of Flordia's current troubles share a common denominator—they were decisions made or endorsed by Florida's secretary of state and chief elections officer, Glenda Hood, who was handpicked by Gov. Jeb Bush in November 2002.

    Facebook Digg RedditStumbleUponCLOSEGov. Bush's own task force on the 2000 election recommended that the Legislature change county election supervisors from elected to nonpartisan positions. But the Legislature did not act on this recommendation, nor on the suggestion of election reform groups that the secretary of state also be selected by a nonpartisan commission, to ensure the necessary firewall between election officials and politicians.

    There are excellent reasons for this recommendation. Following the contentious 2000 recount, e-mails on former Sec. of State Katherine Harris' computer revealed that she had been in contact with Jeb Bush during the recount, contrary to both their claims. Miami Herald reporter Meg Laughlin discovered that e-mail messages sent to Jeb Bush from Harris had been deleted after the recount. Harris then had the operating system of her computer changed, a procedure that erased all its data. "What was odd about what she did," said Mark Seibel, an editor at the Herald, "was that they installed an old operating system—not a new one—which makes you wonder why they did it."


    According to Gallup polls taken yearly since 2000, roughly 50 percent of Americans believe that the election of George W. Bush was either "won on a technicality" or "stolen." Only 34 percent are "very confident" that the vote will be counted accurately in November.

    - Everyone seems to know that the voting process is a scam and rigged except some of our own emotional elders.......

    http://www.slate.com/id/2105524/
     
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    so the best thing to do now is to tell NYC City Councilman Charles Barron that this is your reason why you will not be voting,
    on facebook, or at his office on Pensylvania Ave.
     
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