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Mark Crispin Miller of http://www.electiondefense.org/ has
put out a short
video detailing evidence of election
theft in recent
In his brief talk, he lists the steps to election theft:
Step one: Limit the number of eligible voters. Voter Suppression, shuttering polling places, purging of legitimate voters by comparing similar names nationwide.
Step two: Computerized Election Fraud. Vote totals changed by invisible digital means. "Private companies determine what the vote count is, and we have no way to check it".
Step three: Eliminate exit polls. "Exit polls
are used all over the world to check that the vote
counts are accurate. ... We are told in the
The Solution: "We need hand-counted paper ballots, ballots that are counted out in the open. We need to get rid of computerized voting and the private interests involve in the system. We need people to be registered automatically on their birthdays; we need to make election day a national holiday".
What you can do today to secure your vote:
- Verify that your vote has been recorded accurately and not "flipped" to another candidate. If it is not recorded accurately, summon a poll worker to correct it, issue you another ballot, or shut down the machine. Phone the coalition hotline and report all machine "flips" and failures.
- If your name has been removed from voter rolls, phone coalition hotline immediately. 202-536-5400
- If you are experiencing closed polling stations or excessive lines, phone the coalition hotline to report it. 202-536-5400.
Mr. Crispin's video closes with contact information for anyone who experiences or witnesses voter suppression or evidence of machine tampering. You can phone the coalition hotline here: 1-866-687-8683. His website gives an alternate phone contact for use on election day: 202-536-5400.