Since 2003 billions of American taxpayer dollars have been washed through the EAC, back to the taxpayers via the States, which then used the funds to purchase highly defective voting equipment from companies of questionable intent.
The EAC promised that in addition to the payback for electronic voting machines, the return on this investment will be a crackerjack election system, secure from risks of failure and tampering.
But what's happened to our investment?
American taxpayers are now left with crummy products, a compromised election system, and a federally sanctioned certification program that can not possibly deliver on its promise.
In legal terms, when an operator takes money from investors, promising returns on a product that doesn't really exist, it's called a Ponzi scheme.
The EAC Certification Ponzi Scheme.