Am I missing something or is that what the House Administrative Committee stated regarding the election challenge filed by Clint Curtis who ran for Congress against Republican incumbent Tom Feeney in Florida’s 24th District?
Yep, that is exactly what they said. Strangely enough in the Ukraine exit polls are all that is needed to challenge an election but in America not only are exit polls not considered evidence but now sworn affidavits signed by voters are thrown out as well.
Clint began Walking For Democracy shortly after the November 7, 2006 General election. He canvassed dozens of precincts in all four counties, obtaining sworn affidavits signed by voters under the penalty of perjury which very clearly showed that the machines did not count accurately and that votes were stolen. Now the House Administrative Committee is saying that affidavits aren’t evidence and they are scrapping his challenge May 9, 2007 if we don’t do something.
As a long distance volunteer for Curtis for Congress and having done data analysis for Clint, I have been granted permission to post the following message.
Please let the House Administration Committee know that in America as a nation of laws Sworn Affidavits are a legal document punishable under perjury and should be accepted as evidence in an election challenge the same as they would in any court of law.
To recap what happened: In Oct of 2000, Mr. Curtis was requested by Congressman Tom Feeney, soon to be Speaker of the House of Florida, head lobbyist and chief council for Yang Enterprise in Oviedo, Florida to create a prototype of a program that could manipulate the vote. Since both Mr. Feeney and Mr. Curtis were Republicans, Mr. Curtis created the prototype thinking he was protecting the vote from tampering by the Democrats. When he presented his program to Mr. Feeney and Mrs. Yang and explained that to stop anyone from stealing an election you would need to be able to look at the source code, have random independently verifiable audits, and a paper ballot that could be counted, he was told that the program was not for protecting the vote but to manipulate the vote in south Florida.
Realizing how ethically challenged Yang Enterprises and Congressman Feeney were, Mr. Curtis resigned from Yang Enterprises and became a Democrat. He believed that if they used the program that they would be caught because no country would be careless enough to allow a partisan company to go unchecked and keep the source code of its voting machines proprietary or accept unverifiable results. Well, as we have seen, the machines have manipulated the vote and switched the results to the candidate of someone’s choosing and the software IS now proprietary. Mr. Curtis has passed a Lie Detector Test to the accuracy of these facts.
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