27 STATES COULD RIG ELECTION THROUGH VOTING MACHINE’S ELECTION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM CODE by ‘assigning one candidate with 45% of the votes, another with 35% and the other 10% to another. Those will be the final results regardless of the actual votes cast’…GUESS WHAT PARTY WOULD BE DOING THIS? DEMOCRAT PARTY AS USUAL!
( American Lookout ) There has been a lot of speculation about contrived/fixed polling and also voter fraud in the upcoming 2016 POTUS elections, but how much do you know about there real voter fraud threat? It’s time to do some research, if you’re invested in turning the country around, and get involved, because you can do something that will make a difference.
Here’s a little something from Constitutional Rising about the basics of the threats the come in the form of electronic voting machines.
There is an electronic voting system called the GEMS election management system, which is utilized by approximately 25 percent of the country. The unfortunate reality is that it has at its core, designed into it, the ability to commit election fraud through vote manipulation. One of the key methods the fraud is committed is through a fractional vote feature.
Fractional vote tabulating is embedded in each GEMS application. Votes can be altered through the pre-setting of vote percentages to redistribute votes to predetermined levels, completely disregarding the actual votes cast. The process is invisible and impossible to detect to the poll watchers and others lacking the computer expertise and a trip under the hood of the machine.
The compromised machines in question were, at the time of the writing of their document, used in the states of Alaska, Connecticut, Georgia, Mississippi, New Hampshire, Utah and Vermont, as well as counties in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming. The GEMS system is also used in Canada.
Overall percentages can also be manipulated, such as assigning one candidate with 45% of the votes, another with 35% and the other 10% to another. Those will be the final results regardless of the actual votes cast.
Fractions are not visible in the final reports by default, with decimals reported as whole numbers. All evidence of tampering or that fractional values ever existed can be instantly cleared from the underlying database using a setting in the GEMS data tables.