Dinesh D'Souza asks a very simple but key question about this past presidential election: “Are the voting machines capable of being manipulated?” ... see: Conservative Treehouse Post.
Now, dear reader, your blogger is not a neophyte when it comes to hardware and software issues ... having started two software companies and worked in a research arm of an once-major hardware company. So, let me try to answer D’Souza’s query.
Yes, the voting machines are capable of being manipulated under the following circumstances:
- The voting machines are connected to the internet
- They have USB ports that can accept flash drive input
- Either of the above two input mechanisms can be activated during the voting process to accept software updates or data dumps
-The internet connection can be used to upload voter results to servers wherever they are located
- The vote tallying process can be changed by parameters controlled either locally or remotely
From what I have seen and read in the media, all the above conditions were met by the Dominion-Smartmatic voting systems. Of course, this would need to be proven in court.
If this turns out to be the case, then much of the results of this past election are tainted and, given all the damning circumstantial (and hard) evidence surrounding the actual mail-in paper ballot process, one must conclude that a massive voting fraud has been achieve by the Biden campaign.
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