Published in 2012 I’ve decided to republish part of it today.
…It is everywhere. I can say it for sure after a thorough analysis and investigation of some relevant events. Firstly, there is so called ‘Black box voting’, the term which was coined by David Allen, a publisher, technical consultant and co-writer to author and activist Bev Harris, who popularized the term in her book…
In the U.S. presidential election, 2004, 32% of the voting was done on optical scan machines and 29% on DRE voting machines using trade secret proprietary software. As of February 2006, that figure had climbed to 49% for optical systems and 39% DRE.
And now watch the trick. : )
The crux of the problem remains the same: THE VOTING IS SUPPOSED TO BE SECRET. THE COUNTING IS SUPPOSED TO BE PUBLIC.