"Voter fraud doesn't happen in the US!"

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ayy lmao
If they were really changing the votes purposefully, why in the actual fuck would they make those changes visible to the voters?

Not to mention, the United States is a big place and computers are prone to problems. It'd be strange if there weren't any problems anywhere.
Last Edit: October 26, 2016, 10:17:16 AM by rc


 
 
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Are those the machines owned by a certain dinosoros?

Because that's a wonderful cohencidence.


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Garlemald did nothing wrong.
I like how people say voter fraud doesn't happen yet we have fuck all to try and catch it. It's easy to say something isn't there when you're not trying to look. Or when people say having Voter ID is an issue because it's disenfranchisement, and voter fraud is so small it's a non-issue, The three poorest states in the Union have a combined population of 1% of eligible voters who don't have a form of Voter ID.


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Are those the machines owned by a certain dinosoros?

Because that's a wonderful cohencidence.


See? This guy gets it.


 
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Because electronic glitches, especially on outdated machinery, never happens.

Are those the machines owned by a certain dinosoros?

Because that's a wonderful cohencidence.

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According to at least a dozen fringe political blogs, Clinton already has this election bagged: Her friend George Soros, they claim, will rig the election through his electronic voting firm Smartmatic. Last week, that rumor went so viral that one concerned voter petitioned Congress to convene an emergency session on it. Nearly 25,000 people have since signed on, all apparently unaware that Soros does not own Smartmatic.

It’s easy to see how this one spun out of control, because there is a (tenuous, mundane) connection between Soros and the London-based technology company. The company’s actual owner, Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, sits on one of the boards of the Open Society Foundations, a philanthropic organization founded by Soros. But OSF has 22 boards, with dozens of members between them. And Soros has never worked for or had an ownership stake in this specific firm, Smartmatic. Even if he had, it’s pretty much beside the point, since Smartmatic will not be in use in the United States during the 2016 elections.

Ultimately, this is a big distraction from the real problem with American voting machines — the fact that many are old, outdated and subject to error/attack. If you want to petition Congress for something, maybe try asking them to allocate funds for voting technology improvements.

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•    Smartmatic will not be deploying its technology in any U.S. county for the upcoming 2016 U.S. Presidential elections.

3: Stop that. We have enough conspiracy theorists.


 
 
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Because electronic glitches, especially on outdated machinery, never happens.

Are those the machines owned by a certain dinosoros?

Because that's a wonderful cohencidence.

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According to at least a dozen fringe political blogs, Clinton already has this election bagged: Her friend George Soros, they claim, will rig the election through his electronic voting firm Smartmatic. Last week, that rumor went so viral that one concerned voter petitioned Congress to convene an emergency session on it. Nearly 25,000 people have since signed on, all apparently unaware that Soros does not own Smartmatic.

It’s easy to see how this one spun out of control, because there is a (tenuous, mundane) connection between Soros and the London-based technology company. The company’s actual owner, Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, sits on one of the boards of the Open Society Foundations, a philanthropic organization founded by Soros. But OSF has 22 boards, with dozens of members between them. And Soros has never worked for or had an ownership stake in this specific firm, Smartmatic. Even if he had, it’s pretty much beside the point, since Smartmatic will not be in use in the United States during the 2016 elections.

Ultimately, this is a big distraction from the real problem with American voting machines — the fact that many are old, outdated and subject to error/attack. If you want to petition Congress for something, maybe try asking them to allocate funds for voting technology improvements.

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•    Smartmatic will not be deploying its technology in any U.S. county for the upcoming 2016 U.S. Presidential elections.

3: Stop that. We have enough conspiracy theorists.
'Mundane and Tenuous'

hmmmmm

Sounds almost like someone is downplaying the work of the lizardmen.
It's almost as if that's exactly what the WaPo does.
The very same WaPo that takes money from George Soros.

hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm


 
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Because electronic glitches, especially on outdated machinery, never happens.

Are those the machines owned by a certain dinosoros?

Because that's a wonderful cohencidence.

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According to at least a dozen fringe political blogs, Clinton already has this election bagged: Her friend George Soros, they claim, will rig the election through his electronic voting firm Smartmatic. Last week, that rumor went so viral that one concerned voter petitioned Congress to convene an emergency session on it. Nearly 25,000 people have since signed on, all apparently unaware that Soros does not own Smartmatic.

It’s easy to see how this one spun out of control, because there is a (tenuous, mundane) connection between Soros and the London-based technology company. The company’s actual owner, Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, sits on one of the boards of the Open Society Foundations, a philanthropic organization founded by Soros. But OSF has 22 boards, with dozens of members between them. And Soros has never worked for or had an ownership stake in this specific firm, Smartmatic. Even if he had, it’s pretty much beside the point, since Smartmatic will not be in use in the United States during the 2016 elections.

Ultimately, this is a big distraction from the real problem with American voting machines — the fact that many are old, outdated and subject to error/attack. If you want to petition Congress for something, maybe try asking them to allocate funds for voting technology improvements.

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•    Smartmatic will not be deploying its technology in any U.S. county for the upcoming 2016 U.S. Presidential elections.

3: Stop that. We have enough conspiracy theorists.
'Mundane and Tenuous'

hmmmmm

Sounds almost like someone is downplaying the work of the lizardmen.
It's almost as if that's exactly what the WaPo does.
The very same WaPo that takes money from George Soros.

hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

Don't you have a union to leave?


 
 
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Because electronic glitches, especially on outdated machinery, never happens.

Are those the machines owned by a certain dinosoros?

Because that's a wonderful cohencidence.

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According to at least a dozen fringe political blogs, Clinton already has this election bagged: Her friend George Soros, they claim, will rig the election through his electronic voting firm Smartmatic. Last week, that rumor went so viral that one concerned voter petitioned Congress to convene an emergency session on it. Nearly 25,000 people have since signed on, all apparently unaware that Soros does not own Smartmatic.

It’s easy to see how this one spun out of control, because there is a (tenuous, mundane) connection between Soros and the London-based technology company. The company’s actual owner, Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, sits on one of the boards of the Open Society Foundations, a philanthropic organization founded by Soros. But OSF has 22 boards, with dozens of members between them. And Soros has never worked for or had an ownership stake in this specific firm, Smartmatic. Even if he had, it’s pretty much beside the point, since Smartmatic will not be in use in the United States during the 2016 elections.

Ultimately, this is a big distraction from the real problem with American voting machines — the fact that many are old, outdated and subject to error/attack. If you want to petition Congress for something, maybe try asking them to allocate funds for voting technology improvements.

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•    Smartmatic will not be deploying its technology in any U.S. county for the upcoming 2016 U.S. Presidential elections.

3: Stop that. We have enough conspiracy theorists.
'Mundane and Tenuous'

hmmmmm

Sounds almost like someone is downplaying the work of the lizardmen.
It's almost as if that's exactly what the WaPo does.
The very same WaPo that takes money from George Soros.

hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

Don't you have a union to leave?
I voted to stay, but sadly others did not.

and that's also a nice way to avoid acknowledging that the reptile king uses the WaPo as a puppet through his oh so generous philanthropic donations.


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Obama says it won't of course happen but they are still talking about Russians intervening the election.


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Obama says it won't of course happen but they are still talking about Russians intervening the election.
i remember in 2008 when obummer talked about voter fraud and rigged elections and nobody batted an eye

Now trump does it and everybody loses their minds


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Because electronic glitches, especially on outdated machinery, never happens.

Are those the machines owned by a certain dinosoros?

Because that's a wonderful cohencidence.

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According to at least a dozen fringe political blogs, Clinton already has this election bagged: Her friend George Soros, they claim, will rig the election through his electronic voting firm Smartmatic. Last week, that rumor went so viral that one concerned voter petitioned Congress to convene an emergency session on it. Nearly 25,000 people have since signed on, all apparently unaware that Soros does not own Smartmatic.

It’s easy to see how this one spun out of control, because there is a (tenuous, mundane) connection between Soros and the London-based technology company. The company’s actual owner, Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, sits on one of the boards of the Open Society Foundations, a philanthropic organization founded by Soros. But OSF has 22 boards, with dozens of members between them. And Soros has never worked for or had an ownership stake in this specific firm, Smartmatic. Even if he had, it’s pretty much beside the point, since Smartmatic will not be in use in the United States during the 2016 elections.

Ultimately, this is a big distraction from the real problem with American voting machines — the fact that many are old, outdated and subject to error/attack. If you want to petition Congress for something, maybe try asking them to allocate funds for voting technology improvements.

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•    Smartmatic will not be deploying its technology in any U.S. county for the upcoming 2016 U.S. Presidential elections.

3: Stop that. We have enough conspiracy theorists.
'Mundane and Tenuous'

hmmmmm

Sounds almost like someone is downplaying the work of the lizardmen.
It's almost as if that's exactly what the WaPo does.
The very same WaPo that takes money from George Soros.

hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

Don't you have a union to leave?
I voted to stay, but sadly others did not.

and that's also a nice way to avoid acknowledging that the reptile king uses the WaPo as a puppet through his oh so generous philanthropic donations.
I thought you were talking to yourself Mr. Psy


 
 
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Because electronic glitches, especially on outdated machinery, never happens.

Are those the machines owned by a certain dinosoros?

Because that's a wonderful cohencidence.

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According to at least a dozen fringe political blogs, Clinton already has this election bagged: Her friend George Soros, they claim, will rig the election through his electronic voting firm Smartmatic. Last week, that rumor went so viral that one concerned voter petitioned Congress to convene an emergency session on it. Nearly 25,000 people have since signed on, all apparently unaware that Soros does not own Smartmatic.

It’s easy to see how this one spun out of control, because there is a (tenuous, mundane) connection between Soros and the London-based technology company. The company’s actual owner, Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, sits on one of the boards of the Open Society Foundations, a philanthropic organization founded by Soros. But OSF has 22 boards, with dozens of members between them. And Soros has never worked for or had an ownership stake in this specific firm, Smartmatic. Even if he had, it’s pretty much beside the point, since Smartmatic will not be in use in the United States during the 2016 elections.

Ultimately, this is a big distraction from the real problem with American voting machines — the fact that many are old, outdated and subject to error/attack. If you want to petition Congress for something, maybe try asking them to allocate funds for voting technology improvements.

2

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•    Smartmatic will not be deploying its technology in any U.S. county for the upcoming 2016 U.S. Presidential elections.

3: Stop that. We have enough conspiracy theorists.
'Mundane and Tenuous'

hmmmmm

Sounds almost like someone is downplaying the work of the lizardmen.
It's almost as if that's exactly what the WaPo does.
The very same WaPo that takes money from George Soros.

hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

Don't you have a union to leave?
I voted to stay, but sadly others did not.

and that's also a nice way to avoid acknowledging that the reptile king uses the WaPo as a puppet through his oh so generous philanthropic donations.
I thought you were talking to yourself Mr. Psy
In this instance, I was not.


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Dank memes coming through.
Don't forget the video of the DNC chairman admitting that voter fraud occurs, especially from the left.


 
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