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Offline masfonos

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When will the election results actually be settled?
« on: November 07, 2020, 04:38:40 PM »
There are apparently quite a few dead people on the voter rolls in at least MI and PA who somehow requested, received, completed, and returned their absentee ballots.

Several USPS whistleblowers say that their colleagues were hand stamping late mail in ballots with older postmark dates to make it look like they showed up on time.

Voting machine "glitches" were apparently counting thousands of R votes as D votes. Same machines used in at least 47 precincts in MI and in 30 other states.

Voters in NV were allegedly "tricked" into throwing away their absentee ballots that they tried to drop off in person and forced to fill out provisional ballots that won't be counted.

SCOTUS Justice Samuel Alito demands that PA separate late/questionable ballots so that they can be looked at more closely (after they already violated court orders). Probably can't be done since the bad ballots were already mixed in with the valid ones.

Hundreds of thousands of ballots showing up exclusively for one candidate.

Lawsuits being filed to find fraud.



With all of this going on, when will the election results actually be settled? By the end of the month? By the time the EC meets next month? By inauguration day?

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When will the election results actually be settled?
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Re: When will the election results actually be settled?
« Reply #1 on: November 10, 2020, 10:51:13 AM »
Not for a while if ever and if JB/KH win, they'll be POTUS 46* and 47* with asterisks next to their names.
I've worked as a election officer for years and the rules say that pretty much any time poll workers interact with voters there have to be workers from both major parties present to make sure everything's on the level. That goes out the window when the polling/counting locations say "we're done, everyone go home" and the republican workers leave and the democrat workers stay and go back to work. Most poll workers I've worked with are like anyone else: normal people with a different political (or same) political view. However there have been a few leftist workers that I'm >90% sure that if they were left alone they would cheat like crazy to help their team win.

Up until the last two cycles our state always had numbered ballot pads. The part of the ballot that stays on the pad had the number a detachable stub had the number and I think the ballot had the number too. The number goes in the voter roll book and the voter got their ballot with the stub. They fill it out and the ballot went through the machine into the locked ballot box and the stub went in another locked box. It was clear how many ballots were given and where each ballot came from. A couple years ago they switched to the number being on the ballot pad only. Once the ballot was torn off every ballot is the same as all others. It would be possible to get a bunch of blank ballots to stuff the box with and they couldn't be differentiated from any other valid ballots and it's impossible to tell where or who they came from.

If someone cheated like that it would be "voter fraud". That probably happened in this election but I think one of the big concerns this year was "election fraud" which is cheating on a larger scale by changing or adding votes on the back end.

Here's a video about how the vote counting system users can change votes. Surprise, youtube has flagged it as being "inappropriate"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ficae6x1Q5A

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Re: When will the election results actually be settled?
« Reply #2 on: November 15, 2020, 03:53:46 PM »
dominion voting machine engineer "made sure" that it would be settled

https://neonnettle.com/news/13250-dominion-engineer-told-antifa-he-d-made-sure-trump-wouldn-t-win-report-says

Dominion Engineer Told Antifa He'd 'Made Sure' Trump Wouldn't Win, Report Says
Vice President of U.S. Engineering Eric Coomer shared anti-Trump posts online

Dominion's top engineer assured Antifa activists that he had "made f**king sure" that President Donald Trump wouldn't win the presidential race, according to reports.Dominion Voting Systems' Vice President of U.S. Engineering Eric Coomer allegedly spoke with Antifa members on conference calls and reportedly assured the other participants by saying:“Don’t worry about the election, Trump’s not gonna win. I made f**king sure of that!”Dominion Voting Systems is one of the largest voting technology companies in the United States.

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Re: When will the election results actually be settled?
« Reply #3 on: November 15, 2020, 09:24:25 PM »
What the hell does he know about anything?

https://patents.justia.com/inventor/eric-coomer

Patents by Inventor Eric Coomer
Eric Coomer has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).



Ballot adjudication in voting systems utilizing ballot images
Patent number: 9202113
Abstract: Methods, systems, and devices are described for adjudicating votes made on voter-marked paper ballots. Voter-marked paper ballots may be scanned to obtain optical image data of the voter-marked paper ballots. The optical image may be analyzed to determine the votes contained in the ballot for tabulation purposes. One or more votes on the ballot may be identified as requiring adjudication by an election official. Adjudication information, according to various embodiments, is appended to the optical images of the voter-marked paper ballots such that the image of the ballot and the image of the adjudication information may be viewed in an optical image. The optical image may be stored in a file format that allows the ballot image and the appended adjudication information to be viewed using readily available image viewers.

Ballot level security features for optical scan voting machine capable of ballot image processing, secure ballot printing, and ballot layout authentication and verification
Patent number: 8910865
Abstract: A ballot authentication system uses a plurality of security features embedded in and/or printed on the paper stock used to print a ballot on which election-choice-information is printed and a voting unit that includes at least a scanner that is configured to detect the plurality of security features that are embedded in and/or printed on the ballot and authenticate the ballot based on the read information. The voting unit of the ballot authentication system can be configured to verify and confirm that the various security features embedded in and/or printed on the ballot is correct for a particular precinct of an election. The security features of the ballot authentication system can include static, dynamic and data security features.

Ballot image processing system and method for voting machines
Patent number: 8864026
Abstract: A ballot processing system and method processes paper ballots, such as by optically scanning or optically reading those ballots. The ballot image processing system corrects for, or is able to differentiate valid voting marks from, ballot printing errors such as skewed printing, incorrect sizing, and speckling. Further, the ballot image processing system, after determining whether each of the voting marks is valid or not, associates audit data with the ballot that corresponds to the decision regarding each voting mark.

Systems and methods for transactional ballot processing, and ballot auditing
Patent number: 8714450
Abstract: A voting unit and a ballot transaction processing system for processing a voting session. The voting unit includes an optical ballot scanner and a printer that is capable of printing a non-human readable barcode on ballots that are fed into the voting unit. The ballots are filled out (or cast) by the voter before being inserted into the voting unit. The voter can confirm the voting unit's interpretations of his/her selections on the scanned ballot via a display and confirm that the interpretations are correct via an input section on the voting unit. The ballot transaction processing system is also capable of generating, assigning and communicating to a plurality of voting units a set of unique transaction codes. In so doing, the ballot transaction processing system maintains voter secrecy, prevents ballot stuffing and provides a one-to-one correspondence between images of optically scanned ballots and the ballots themselves.


Systems for configuring voting machines, docking device for voting machines, warehouse support and asset tracking of voting machines
Patent number: 8876002
Abstract: A system and device facilitate the storage and tracking of warehoused voting machines. A system includes a host computer, a plurality of voting machines that are connected via a network to the host computer, each voting machine having one or both of a wireless communication device and a data port that is coupled to the host computer. The system also includes an election and voting machine preparation portion included in the host computer to manage and/or control the connected voting machines. The election and voting machine preparation portion is configured to manage the status of the connected voting machines, is configured to instruct the voting machines to run self tests, is configured to receive results of the self tests back from the connected voting machines, and is configured to prepare/program the connected voting machines with an election ballot.


BALLOT ADJUDICATION IN VOTING SYSTEMS UTILIZING BALLOT IMAGES
Publication number: 20150071501
Abstract: Methods, systems, and devices are described for adjudicating votes made on voter-marked paper ballots. Voter-marked paper ballots may be scanned to obtain optical image data of the voter-marked paper ballots. The optical image may be analyzed to determine the votes contained in the ballot for tabulation purposes. One or more votes on the ballot may be identified as requiring adjudication by an election official. Adjudication information, according to various embodiments, is appended to the optical images of the voter-marked paper ballots such that the image of the ballot and the image of the adjudication information may be viewed in an optical image. The optical image may be stored in a file format that allows the ballot image and the appended adjudication information to be viewed using readily available image viewers.


Ballot adjudication in voting systems utilizing ballot images
Patent number: 8913787
Abstract: Methods, systems, and devices are described for adjudicating votes made on voter-marked paper ballots. Voter-marked paper ballots may be scanned to obtain optical image data of the voter-marked paper ballots. The optical image may be analyzed to determine the votes contained in the ballot for tabulation purposes. One or more votes on the ballot may be identified as requiring adjudication by an election official. Adjudication information, according to various embodiments, is appended to the optical images of the voter-marked paper ballots such that the image of the ballot and the image of the adjudication information may be viewed in an optical image. The optical image may be stored in a file format that allows the ballot image and the appended adjudication information to be viewed using readily available image viewers.


BALLOT ADJUDICATION IN VOTING SYSTEMS UTILIZING BALLOT IMAGES
Publication number: 20130301873
Abstract: Methods, systems, and devices are described for adjudicating votes made on voter-marked paper ballots. Voter-marked paper ballots may be scanned to obtain optical image data of the voter-marked paper ballots. The optical image may be analyzed to determine the votes contained in the ballot for tabulation purposes. One or more votes on the ballot may be identified as requiring adjudication by an election official. Adjudication information, according to various embodiments, is appended to the optical images of the voter-marked paper ballots such that the image of the ballot and the image of the adjudication information may be viewed in an optical image. The optical image may be stored in a file format that allows the ballot image and the appended adjudication information to be viewed using readily available image viewers.