Allison Kilkenny: Unreported

The Voter Fraud Cometh

Posted in Uncategorized by allisonkilkenny on April 28, 2008

For those of you who are liberal and poor – and really, isn’t that most of us? – check out The website has some great documentaries, like “Uncounted: The New Math of America Elections.”

An explosive 2007 documentary that shows how the election fraud that changed the outcome of the 2004 election led to even greater fraud in 2006 – and now looms as an unbridled threat to the outcome of the 2008 election. This controversial feature length film by Emmy award-winning director David Earnhardt examines in factual, logical, and yet startling terms how easy it is to change election outcomes and undermine election integrity across the U.S. Noted computer programmers, statisticians, journalists, and experienced election officials provide the irrefutable proof.

If you think the voter fraud and disenfranchisement in the 2000 and 2004 elections are events of the past, think again. We’ll see the same fraud trends in states like New Mexico, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Florida, etc. in November.

It’s only logical to assume the same ’00, ’04 results because the voting process hasn’t changed. Two voting companies, ES&S and Diebold, counted 80% of votes in 2004 election. Both companies have strong ties to the Republican party. Diebold’s CEO, Walden “Wally” O’Dell, held a $1,000-per-plate-fundraiser in ’04 for the GOP.

Ask yourself this: the company Diebold makes ATM machines. What do you ALWAYS get after your ATM transaction? A receipt. Why did Diebold design electronic voting machines that leave no paper trail? If the IRS audits a citizen, the only way the citizen can prove their innocence is by presenting paper documentations of their transactions. Paper trails are investigators only way to retrace events that would otherwise go unanalyzed and unreported. Without a paper trail in a national election, votes can just…disappear.

They have disappeared, and they will disappear again in November.

There are appalling statistics (literally pages and pages of numbers) and thousands of testimonies of uncounted votes, forged results, repressed votes, etc. But I’ll let this excellent documentary speak for itself:

Watch Uncounted (80 minutes)

Click “Read More” to see a list of other documentaries.


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