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Greed is Good, But Control is Best

Monday, November 7, 2016 13:58
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Proof that election fraud isn’t one.

President Obama recently said, “Of course the elections will not be rigged! What does that mean?!” Curious, I decided to do a little digging. To no surprise, one of my favorite journalists — Joshua Philipp — already had some answers in a couple articles (firstsecond) for the Epoch Times, the only mainstream media I can find that hasn’t been bought out by the Chinese (sorry New York Times, Washington Post, CNN, Fox, you shills).

Let’s try to break this down. The billionaire banker George Soros wants Hillary Clinton to win the presidential election. He’s given her and her super PACs $25 million; Trump $0.

Money in politics, that’s cool — everyone knows pay to play doesn’t exist. Right?

But Soros isn’t exactly a hands off type of guy. When he bets on a horse, he or she’d better win the race. Of the millions he’s spent on American politicians around the country, all but one has won. Uhh, so some Eastern European Gordon Gekko is controlling elections across America? Hmm…

But, the real life ‘greed is good’ Gekko probably didn’t occupy the Secretary of State. Well, the WikiLeaks founder, good ol’ Mr. Assange, may beg to differ.

From the recent dump, emails have emerged with Soros giving our Secretary of State a numbered list of foreign policy directives, as well as her camp taking action to “only do this for political reasons (ie to make Soros happy).” 

Ok, so Soros controls his race horse (in this case, Clinton), but how can he influence millions of voters — rational, critical free-thinkers like you and me? He can’t, nor does he need to. He controls the voting machines — Smartmatic International. Their machines tally votes in 16 states, including swing states, like Florida, Pennsylvania, Arizona and Wisconsin, that alone could determine the election’s outcome. 

“With physical access to a machine for less than a minute and for less than $15, a system can be compromised,” reports cyber security think tank Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology. 

But rigging the presidential election is all speculation at this point… except that Soros is already being accused of election violations in one of those swing states.  

Yeah, but cooking votes in 16 states isn’t the end of the world (or democracy), right? Well, Black Box Voting revealed on Halloween — talk about skeletons in the closet — that the GEMS software that counts a quarter of the country’s votes can easily be recalibrated to make one vote worth 1/100 of a vote or 100 votes, or any amount for that matter. (I mean, it wouldn’t be fair — nor believable — to cheat by a landslide.)

Hope the president reads this post. Things might be clearer now.

 

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