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MUST SEE: Video Emerges Of Democrats Admitting Voting Machines Are A Huge Fraud Risk!


Well, well, well! I thought we were all crazy conspiracy theorists for daring to suggest that voting machines aren’t secure.

Once upon a time, Democrats believed (and rightly so) that our voting machines suffered from critical vulnerabilities that could potentially destroy the integrity of our elections.

Everyone from Hillary Clinton, Kamala Harris, and yes, even Democrats from California all raised the alarm…

This is a problem that has existed for a long time—a lot of these objections date back to nearly 20 years ago when the internet and tech were not nearly as robust.

Make no mistake, this does not mean that the leap in technology has made voting systems more secure today—quite the opposite, it has made the problem far worse.

More technology simply equals more points of failure and more backdoors for exploitation.

Here are just some of the times Democrats called out voting machines for their obvious vulnerabilities:

Wired reported back in 2019:

“As disturbing as this outcome is, we note that it is at this point an unsurprising result,” the organizers write.

“It is well known that current voting systems, like any hardware and software running on conventional general-purpose platforms can be compromised in practice.

However, it is notable—and especially disappointing—that many of the specific vulnerabilities reported over a decade earlier … are still present in these systems today.”


Even left-wing NPR took the time to point out the issue:

Governments contract with private companies to provide voting equipment and other services and there are no laws requiring any sort of breach disclosure or third party security auditing.

Even the governments themselves are usually barred from hiring a security firm to investigate the machines they serve to voters.

At this year’s Defcon, it was Alex’s first time looking at the technology that voters use to cast their ballots — and he wasn’t impressed.


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