US Instances of Voter Fraud (Megathread?) - Probably a good idea to have a thread on this given how often it's discussed and will continue to be discussed until November.

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RandomTwitterGuy

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introvertedobserver

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I dont belive it.

Germany allowing foreign military operation on an German company, is not likely. Now if it comes out that the American government asked the German government to size the servers, then it is possible as this kind of thing happens, but not US soldiers raiding a German company.
Yeah, it's a load of BS.

There may have been raid, but the U.S. Army wouldn't have been involved. The closest it may feasibly be is Germans conducting a raid and handing off materials at a US base.

There aren't any credible sources to back up the claim. Just a couple sites known to make shit up (like gateway pundit).
 

AnOminous

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There may have been raid, but the U.S. Army wouldn't have been involved. The closest it may feasibly be is Germans conducting a raid and handing off materials at a US base.
The only plausible thing I could imagine is if Germany has something like an ex parte writ of search and seizure which you generally can only get if someone is known for defying court orders. Then in the U.S., marshals would accompany the lawyers and whatever team they brought to execute the seizure. I can't see doing something like that in a foreign country without cooperation at the highest levels, or without it becoming really widely known really quickly. This sounds like Qtard bullshit like random public statements of officials being secret messages that thousands of pedos are being secretly arrested right now.
 

knobslobbin

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I dunno guis, my list of unbiased sources (Trump's legal team shills and theDonald.win) are all projecting it's in the bag already. I was told to have my salt bucket at the ready for next week's upcoming bombshells and revelations.

Oy vey, I know I'm on team Trump, but that's mostly out of hatred for what the left has become and not out of any love for the orange jew cum guzzler. Thanks media/Trump machine for making American politics a poorly written soap opera.

Tune in next week to see if any of the blatant corruption sticks! Will dominion turn out to be a thing or will we drop it after hyping it up for a solid week? Stay hyped regardless!!! 😫

edit: this weeks code words are HAMMER & SCORECARD! Use them in a regular conversation and you will instantly be transformed into a shunned conspiratard right before your former friends' eyes!
 
Yeah, it's a load of BS.

There may have been raid, but the U.S. Army wouldn't have been involved. The closest it may feasibly be is Germans conducting a raid and handing off materials at a US base.

There aren't any credible sources to back up the claim. Just a couple sites known to make shit up (like gateway pundit).
Very probably BS, but the more detailed stories say it wasn't an "Army raid," the Army just provided some kind of support. That could be intelligence sharing, could be a couple CID agents tagging along with the Germans to keep eyes on the evidence. Support could mean anything.
 
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BanyaHat

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I'm getting kind of blackpilled on the probability of Trump pulling this off.

But if there's really nothing to this, then why is Trump so confident? Why Pompeo? Why the firings? SOMETHING has to be going on, and people with actual clearance are singing a very different tune than the media.

Is he saying something with merit or not? Is he just trying to drag the legal shit out until Dec 14 for a House victory?

I want Trump as President. I'm disgusted with the left. Honestly even if it was a legitimate coup I'd support it anyways because the other choice will destroy this country and the few remaining morals we have.
 

Aidan

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To be clear and maybe I'm late, but they did not confirm any actual algorithm. They identified a correlation that takes places in 3/4 of the most populated counties in Michigan. Due to the nature of the correlation and how consistent it is in those 3 counties, it implies that a single algorithm can describe all 3 counties' votes which is suspect.

This is a really fun video that at least shows you data and explains things so you can come up with your own explanation. They only present the data and acknowledge it's suspicious.
Reposting the video for convenience.

To summarize the chart real quick and explain the trend for those who don't want to watch 30 minutes of some random engineer pajeet....
x axis - % of the precinct that's republican
y axis - % of voters who voted Trump relative to what's expected

Basically, you'd expect most people who vote Trump to vote straight Republican for the most part. People who vote only Trump but not Republican would put the precinct above the red line and people don't vote Trump but presumably voted Republican overall would put it below the line. Technically it's based on the estimated Republican % of each precinct which I'm not sure how they figured, though I don't argue it since it's probably not that far off to matter and could be based off of exit polls or just historical data.

Anyway, look at the pic (check video or post I'm replying to), you can see that essentially, the more Republican a precinct is estimated to be, the more likely it was NOT to vote for Trump. When the expectation is, it should be a generally flat line and hovering around the 0% mark. That would mean most Republicans voted Trump as well as for other Republicans.

It definitely raises questions and it'd be nice if we could get a single source (eg 1 organization's polling data) and then plot the precincts for other controversial areas and some "stable" areas to compare the results. If this show keeps on running into December and I remember when I get time I'll do it, but who knows what can happen between now and then...


Quick rundown of this video.
Benford's law is not necessarily applicable to election data and is actually quite contentious but using data to check if what should be random is in fact, not random, may be able to help. He shows how even that can be misleading at times and basically finishes saying that the numbers may seem unusual when looked at one way, but that should only mean further evaluation before jumping to fraud. Buy his book at the link below.

Numberphile, Dr James Grime (singingbanana), and a couple others have Benford Law explanation videos from years ago that are good.
Continuing on the Shiva video, Stand-up Maths aka Matt Parker, has done a video response to this and he brings up good points as to why this isn't indicative of fraud. To his credit he went ahead and did the same for Biden and I doubt he fudged the numbers to make a point but I'm too lazy right now to verify either claim.

I want stats wars now.
 

MrJokerRager

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I'm getting kind of blackpilled on the probability of Trump pulling this off.

But if there's really nothing to this, then why is Trump so confident? Why Pompeo? Why the firings? SOMETHING has to be going on, and people with actual clearance are singing a very different tune than the media.

Is he saying something with merit or not? Is he just trying to drag the legal shit out until Dec 14 for a House victory?

I want Trump as President. I'm disgusted with the left. Honestly even if it was a legitimate coup I'd support it anyways because the other choice will destroy this country and the few remaining morals we have.
Pompeo is a neocon so its surprising that he made that statement.

Could be Trump make the backroom deals for state legislatures to appoint electors that will vote for him on December 14th if SCOTUS cucks. That is probably the only reason he is so calm.
 

EyelessMC

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Continuing on the Shiva video, Stand-up Maths aka Matt Parker, has done a video response to this and he brings up good points as to why this isn't indicative of fraud. To his credit he went ahead and did the same for Biden and I doubt he fudged the numbers to make a point but I'm too lazy right now to verify either claim.

I want stats wars now.
Wait did he do a video in pic related? Specifically the ones that are said to be out of wack.
 

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Continuing on the Shiva video, Stand-up Maths aka Matt Parker, has done a video response to this and he brings up good points as to why this isn't indicative of fraud. To his credit he went ahead and did the same for Biden and I doubt he fudged the numbers to make a point but I'm too lazy right now to verify either claim.

I want stats wars now.
So, both candidates lost support in their respective party at near exactly the same rate as more STV appeared per precinct?

More like, Biden got Trump's votes, and Trump got Biden's. Net gain goes to the loser. That's what this graph tells me.

I think he just played himself.
 

Zeke Von Genbu

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So, both candidates lost support in their respective party at near exactly the same rate as more STV appeared per precinct?

More like, Biden got Trump's votes, and Trump got Biden's. Net gain goes to the loser. That's what this graph tells me.

I think he just played himself.
I'll just state that I did not watch Shiva's video at all, so if I misrepresent him that is my mistake. I only watched Matt's video and considering he has exact time stamps for his counter point's to Shiva's argument and statements I'll give him the benefit of the doubt that is he is at least attempting a good faith argument.

Your take on what the graph says is incorrect if you look at the data points closely, which you can with the excel sheet in the video description. What the graph is supposed to tell us is correlation, as in if X (which is the "by party" percentage of the population who chose the "by party" option and picked Rep. or Dem.) and Y (which is the percentage of the population who chose "by candidate" and then voted for specifically Trump or Biden.) are positively or negatively correlated. If it is negatively correlated then the more people vote for the Rep. party the less votes Trump gets from the "by candidate" population will get which makes since if we go with the Biden ballot swap fraud theory. If it is positively correlated then Trump should roughly speaking gain votes according how much a precinct favors his party which makes that fraud angle less obvious (not impossible, but not obvious).

Biden actually exceeded expectations as he generally speaking out performed whatever % he should have gotten according to how many voted just straight Dem if we compare by party vs by candidate. So if a bunch of right winged people hate Trump but vote right on everyone else, then that creates this positive performance gap or if we go with the fake ballots that only voted for Biden and no else theory that has gone around for a little while that also leads to the exceeded performance.

Now if this is due to fraud or Trump's popularity is not something I care to get into as I am merely trying to explain what the graph means as best as I can. Biden's graph looks more correlated due to the graph's area making it wider (due to higher X's and Ys) which makes all the plotted points compress closer together in the middle.

In the end this data shows a positive correlation for both parties in regards to X and Y which Matt argues was the original point of Shiva's analysis until Shiva made a different conclusion using what Matt argues is questionable math. I'll spare that tangent as it'll mostly be me parroting the video, you can watch the video around 10:55 (if you haven't already) and likely understand it better then me trying to explain it via text.

tl;dr The graphs should have positively correlated from the start from Shiva's analysis, why they didn't is due to questionable math. Why that happened is anyone's guess. The negative correlation should not have happened unless Matt has completely misunderstood the argument.
 

annoyingfuck

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I haven't got too far on this yet.
Scytl and the connection to Soros (and Gates), because for some reason Soros just seems to pop up everywhere.
One of Scytl's shareholders is Vulcan Capital, Vulcan Capital is the investment arm of Vulcan Inc. set up by Paul Allen, co-founder of MS.
I did further digging but have only done one of the BoDs so far.

I thought the following were currently more interesting, they also cover links I found with Vulcan Capital, one of Vulcan Capitals CIOs 2010-2014, Paul Ghaffari, also handled investments for George Soros . They are all so incestuous.

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Free Press readers may be familiar with Scytl, the promoter of online and mobile voting, and their apparent connections to the intelligence community. Renewed research into Scytl has revealed new connections to the intelligence community, new market positioning, and new opportunities for both personalized surveillance and electronic election fraud.

Scytl's 2012 entry into the American election market occurred through the purchase of SOE software, a Tampa based manufacturer of election management and reporting software known as the Clarity suite. Scytl initially maintained essentially a front address in Virginia while digesting SOE during the the 2012 election cycle. Since then there has been a pattern of SOE rebranding and reorganizing itself along with a merger and new set of strategic partnerships.

Through looking at Scytl's ownership and investors, we can see a more frightening pattern of investment and market synergy. In 2012 the Free Press broke the news of the connection between one Scytl's parent companies, Nauta Capital, and Carrier IQ, a maker of mobile phone applications with obvious spyware uses. Nauta's expansion into this market sector along with an expansion into mobile devices, voice bio-metrics, social network monitoring, online gaming, and cloud computing should raise an eyebrow.

SOE is no longer SOE. SOE is now calling itself “SOE, A Scytl Company.” There are no other Scytl companies in the US that have been identified at the time of this writing. It would appear from this rebranding that there is the intention of there being more “Scytl Companies” in the future. This rebranding may be PR deflection of Scytl's overseas origin and ownership, or it may have a dual purpose.

Representatives of the Ohio Green Party traveled to Tampa in order to meet with SOE and purchase custom software for tracking voter registrations and other election management tasks. SOE's name is not on the office building's marquee or directory and garnering face time with company officials proved difficult. During the eventual interview the SOE spokesperson said that the company only does “custom work for governments” and referred the party to “Scytl” for “specialized election work.”

SOE saw a period of management chaos after being purchased by Scytl. Reviews online of working there tell vague tales of revolving doors in some of the top offices combines with rapidly shifting project priorities. This chaotic pattern seems to have changed and there is now a clear management team in place. This management team has a number of principals that stand out.

Starting the list is Pere Valles, who came directly from Scytl. He is now CEO. He is Scytl's man running SOE. He is also on the board of Scytl by virtue of representing the interest of a key investor in Scytl, Balderton Capital. Balderton is a British not entirely spun-off spin-off of Benchmark Capital that has a history of investment in tech companies of interest to the intelligence community. For instance, Benchmark has invested in Nextdoor.com, which Vulcan Capital (Paul Allen's venture capital firm) also invested in. Vulcan Capital is also invested in Scytl. The Free Press has done previous reporting on Nextdoor as a nexus of investment for intelligence community related venture capital firms.

Valles was previously with three other companies. Prior to Balderton, he was Vice President and CFO of Globalnet, a telecom provider. He appears to have been brought in to effect the sale of that company to Titan L-3, a major defense and intelligence contractor. The sale of Globalnet, two years in the making, was finalized just as the Abu-Gharrib scandal broke in 2004. One of Titan's employees was a translator at the prison and was exposed in subsequent reports to have raped at least one juvenile prisoner. He was not fired.

Prior to Globalnet, Valles worked for the accounting firm KPMG and prior to that he was a principal at Diamond Cluster consulting, along with all of the founders of Nauta Capital.

Scytl's Vice President of Communications is Michelle Shafer, who is the quintessential voting machine industry shill. She has previously served in a similar capacity with Sequoia Voting Systems, Hart Intercivic and Calibre Systems. The last of the list is a defense industry firm that made a brief attempt to enter the election industry through the delivery of absentee ballots to armed forces personnel abroad.

Another SOE Vice President is Brian O'Connor. O'Connor came to SOE recently from Crossmatch Technologies. Crossmatch is a provider of biometric technologies to the defense department and department of homeland security. Four current executives at Crossmatch came from another biometric technology company, L-1 Identity Solutions. L-1 was founded by Robert LaPenta. LaPenta is also one of the founders of and still a major stockholder in L-3 Communications, the parent company of Titan L-3 communications.

Prior to working at Crossmatch, O'Connor worked for Sequoia Voting Systems and Global Elections Systems just prior to the latter's acquisition by Diebold. Diebold later spun Global Election Systems off as Premier Elections Systems. The later was then purchased by Election Systems and Software (ES & S). Federal anti-trust regulations forced ES & S to spin Premier off again. It was then purchased by Canada-based Dominion Voting Systems. A month later Dominion also purchased Sequoia.

SOE has expanded its market share through at least one merger. In 2013 SOE acquired Oklahoma based Maxim Consulting. Maxim has offices in Oklahoma City and Dallas and was an IT firm specializing in Oracle database management and integration. Their entry into the elections industry was voter registration management software. Their largest contract was with the Cherokee Nation. They executed this contract in partnership with Texas-based voting machine manufacturer Hart InterCivic.

The merger gives SOE a complete set of products from Registration, through ballot production and election management, to vote counting and tabulation and election night reporting. Although the relationship between Hart and SOE is not clear post merger, Michelle Shafer's former tenure there as well as her continued residence in Austin where Hart is based bodes well for the continuation of their relationship.

Scytl also has a strategic partnership with ES & S. Thus through only two executives and a strategic partnership, Scytl's management team has a relationship or an inner working knowledge of every major voting systems manufacturer active in the American market.

The Free Press's research into Scytl began with noting the ownership of Scytl by Nauta and Nauta's ownership of Carrier IQ, a cell phone spyware manufacturer. Carrier IQ is not the only mobile phone applications company that Nauta has invested in.

One of Nauta's a principals, Dominic Endicott, previously worked for Booz Allen Hamilton. Booz Allen is a major defense and intelligence contractor. They employed Edward Snowden and subcontracted him out to the NSA, for instance. Endicott's tenure at Booz Allen was in their mobile and wireless practice, interfacing with almost every major cellular manufacturer and service provider.

In addition to being Nauta's man on Carrier IQ board, Endicott is also Nauta's man on the board of Mobile Aware, another maker of cell phone applications. Mobile Aware's practice centers around customer care applications. These applications help a customer diagnose problems, contact technical support, pay their bills online, even give other subscribers minutes. The surveillance potential as well as the intrusion and spyware potential of such a set of applications is unparalleled in commercial products.

Nauta is also invested in GreatCall, which operates as Jitterbug. Jitterbug is a cell phone manufacturer specializing in making cell phones for Senior Citizens. The products feature louder speakers and larger buttons as well as improved customer diagnostics.

Scytl's technology is designed to allow a user to vote using a phone. Scytl's sister companies record the keystrokes made on the phone, provide customer care including billing and provide better access for seniors. These technologies together allow a persons’ cellular usage habits as well their metadata to be kept, and thus build a predictive user profile.

People talk on the phone. A person's voice is unique. A person's voice can be recorded. One of Nauta's investments also can use a person's unique voice as identification. Nauta is invested in a voice recognition software company called AGNITiO. AGNITiO, like Scytl was founded by a former professor in Spain. Nauta has two of its principals on AGNITiO's board, Carles Ferrer and Al Sisto. Carles Ferrer is also on the board of Scytl. His previous places of employment include TRW, now owned by defense contractor Northrup Grumman. Al Sistos was formerly chief operating officer of RSA Data Security, a major encryption software manufacturer. Another Nauta's guy on AGNITiO's board is Francis C. Harvey. Harvey served as secretary of the Army from 2004 to 2007 at the height of the Iraq War and during the Abu-Gharrib scandal. According to his biography Harvey also served on the board of three companies owned by the Bush family friendly Carlyle Group and held a vice-chairmen position at two of them. The Carlyle group had an ownership interest in Booz Allen Hamilton, where Nauta principal Dominic Endicott formerly worked.

In addition to voice and mobile data, Nauta is invested in social media gaming. They are an investor in Social Point Gaming, the third largest maker of games for facebook. These games and interaction give a gaming administrator deep insight into the habits and personalities of the players through monitoring their interactions and the associated chats. An earlier key investor in Social Point, Greylock Capital Partners, has strong ties to the intelligence community. Greylock's chairman, Howard Cox, also sits on the board of In-Q-Tel. In-Q-Tel is a non-profit venture capital firm run by the CIA. Greylock also invested in Nextdoor.com along with Benchmark Capital, the American sister firm of Scytl investor Balderton. Scytl investor Vulcan Capital is also invested in Nextdoor, which is a neighborhood based social networking platform.

Although Greylock is not invested in Scytl they do seem to have some interest in elections. During the most recent general election, a Greylock partner, Reid Hoffman, invested $500,000 in a State Assembly candidate David Chiu in San Francisco. This figure represents nearly $3 per voter in the district. The previous office holder in that district, Tom Ammiano, spent a little more than half as much in his entire previous campaign. Ammiano is not eligible to run again because of term limits.

Given all the data that Social Point, Carrier IQ, Nextdoor, Mobile Aware, AGNITO and Jitterbug could generate, a surveillance regime would need analysis tools. Fortuitously, Nauta is invested in BrandWatch. BrandWatch allows companies to follow their brand through multiple social media platforms to see what the public thinks about their products, what advertising and concepts resonate with the public, and who the opinion leaders are. The British television network SkyAtlantic uses Brandwatch to fine tune its marketing of Game of Thrones. Balderton Capital joined Nauta investing in Brandwatch and has a seat on its board.

Nauta is also invested in iJento, another marketing data analysis company that specializes in web analytics. Their web claims they provide “Multi-Channel Customer Intelligence.” Nauta is represented on their board by both Carles Ferrer and Al Sistos.

Scytl and Brandwatch are not the only places that Balderton and Nauta cross paths. In order to store and process the data generated by the sundry tools products and services offered by Scytl's many sister companies, an organization would be almost forced to seek a solution through cloud computing. Nauta and Balderton together have made a strategic investment that would handle such a contingency. That investment is in the Spanish cloud computing company Abiquo, where Nauta is again represented by both Carles Ferrer and Al Sistos.

The complete package of Social Point, Carrier IQ, Nextdoor, Mobile Aware, AGNITO and Jitterbug, iJento, Brandwatch, and Abiquo would give a malicious actor all they need to rig an election that used Scytl and SOE's software packages. CarrierIQ and Mobile Aware provide backdoors through Scytl's security. The rest can be used to build a set of predictive profile voters which can be used in deciding which votes to change.

Ballot tampering is a part of election rigging. Voter suppression is another critical component. SOE has an app for that.

SOE's flagship product before its acquisition by Scytl was the Clarity ePollbook. The Clarity Pollbook is an electronic pollbook built on the Android tablet platform. Its nearest competitor, one built by ES & S, is also running on an Android tablet. The security vulnerabilities in the ES & S product were documented by the Free Press in a previous article. For brevity, these tablets can be attacked via SD card, USB thumb drive, bluetooth, cellular network, backup subversion, internet and the cloud they perform additional backups too.

Both companies would likely defend their product by claiming that the secure socket layer (SSL) encryption would protect them from eavesdropping and thus a man in the middle attack. It is not known what version of Android ES & S is using, but many of SOE's Clarity devices are using Android 4.1.

Android 4.1 is vulnerable to a well publicized weakness in its SSL suite called HeartBleed. Although the Heartbleed attack was fixed on the server side, potentially millions of clients are still vulnerable without vigilant updates. Some 61% of all Android devices made run Android 4.1. A Forbes columnist said of the weakness "Some might argue that [Heartbleed] is the worst vulnerability found (at least in terms of its potential impact) since commercial traffic began to flow on the Internet." The USA Today reported that the NSA was aware of this weakness some two years before it was discovered by civilian researchers. It is not known how many Clarity devices remain unpatched and in circulation at various county boards of election around the nation.

Subverting the pollbooks would allow a malicious attacker to tamper with a voter registration to deny a vote. An attacker could also mark a voter as having turned in an absentee ballot and thus already voted, thus denying them a chance to actually vote at the polls.

Combining this voter suppression potential with the overlapping predictive capabilities of Nauta's other investments and you have the potential for a complete package of surveillance, suppression and fraud.

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Editor’s Note: This is the first in a series of investigative articles documenting who owns the electronic hardware and software used in the U.S. voting process. Our goal is simple: To reveal the man behind the curtain and expose the vulnerability of non-transparent, faith-based voting. ~ Bob Fitrakis, Editor.
Various far-right conspiracy researchers have been alleging for some months that George Soros somehow secretly will control the outcome of the 2012 Presidential election. The Free Press's exhaustive research can find not a single tangible link between George Soros and any manufacturer of voting equipment. Our research did find links much more frightening.

The Free Press widely reported the various dirty tricks employed by Karl Rove and company to apparently outright steal the election for George W. Bush in Ohio, and thus the nation, in 2004. Since then, a witness in our case has died in a mysterious plane crash, and all the players in the DRE (Direct Reporting Electronic) voting machine game have shifted seats in a gigantic game of musical chairs.

The Soros Allegations revolve around the entry of Barcelona based Scytl into the US elections market. Scytl was formed as a start up out of the Autonomous University of Barcelona to leverage existing concepts in modern cryptography (public key cryptography, digital signatures and zero-knowledge proofs) to ensure a secure and verifiable voting system in paperless remote environments including the internet and over wireless carriers. Scytl's scheme is intended to provide the voter with both privacy and verification that their vote was recorded as intended. Scytl's start up funding comes from three European venture capital firms, Balderton Capital, Nauta Capital, and Spinnaker SCR (a subsidiary of Riva y Garcia, which is described as an independent financial group). None of these are connected to George Soros. Balderton Capital is the London based spinoff of Benchmark Capital Investments which has no overtly political connections that our research could determine at this time. Nauta Capital and Spinnaker SCR are a different matter.

Nauta Capital was founded by 8 executives of the European management consulting firm Cluster Consulting. Cluster Consulting was purchased by Diamond Consulting (NYSE: DPTI) to form Diamond Cluster consulting. Diamond Cluster was subsequently purchased by Mercer Management Consulting and its Europe division spun off. The principles of the original Cluster Consulting used their profits from these mergers to fund Nauta. Two of the principals, Jordi Vinas and Charles Ferrar Roqueta, also have board positions at Spinnaker SCR and/or Riva y Garcia, keeping this coterie's control of Scytl very close. All of Nauta's partners have a strong background in the telecommunications business. In 2010, Scytl purchased a 100% interest in SOE software, an up and coming player in the American elections market with their Clarity Software Suite which is used in 525 jurisdictions in 19 states. SOE has a strategic partnership with ES & S, the major marketer of electronic voting systems in the US. ES & S was sued by the US DOJ in 2009 on anti-trust grounds after purchasing Diebold's elections division, Premier Election Solutions. ES & S subsequently sold Premier to rival manufacturer Dominion. Bob Urosevich, founder of ES & S, was also President of Diebold. In 2006 Urosevich was listed as managing director of Scytl Americas, although his name has subsequently been removed from their website.

The director of Nauta's American operations is Dominic Endicott, who went from Cluster Consulting to Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) where he oversaw wireless practice. He then rejoined his former colleagues from Cluster Consulting at Nauta. In his capacity as a Nauta partner Endicott also sits on the board of CarrierIQ.

Booz Allen Hamilton is majority owned by the Bush family friendly firm Carlyle Group. A long time government contractor, Booz Allen’s current and former management team has included some of the leading lights of the intelligence community such as:

• James Woolsey (director of the CIA 1993-1995),

• Michael McConnell (Director of the NSA 1992-1996 and Director of National Intelligence 2007-2009)

• Dov Zakheim (Comptroller of the Pentagon and part owner of Landmark Aviation, a support company for the extraordinary rendition flights)

• George Little (Director of Media Relations, CIA 2007-2011)

• James Clapper (Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency 1992-1995 and the current Director of National Intelligence)

• Keith Hall (Director of the National Reconnaissance Office 1997-2001)

Booz Allen was heavily involved as a sub-contractor in Projects TrailBlazer and PioneerGroundbreaker, which were NSA warrantless wiretap programs that spied on US Citizens in the wake of 9/11. These programs, along with Echelon, Carnivore, Thinthread and StellarWind were designed as an end run around FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act) and the 4th amendment. The programs relied heavily on cooperation from private industry, including most telecom and wireless providers, a community where Endicott has vast experience having “worked with nearly all American mobile operators and is a well-known expert in wireless industry in USA,” according to Nauta's website.

Booz Allen also has a finger in the electronic voting industry, being the providers of the first DRE voting scheme for use by overseas voters in 2000. In the end, the $6.2 million program allowed 84 service members to vote. Booz Allen applied for and was granted a US patent (7,729,991 applied for 3/20/01 granted 6/1/10) for another electronic voting system and voter registration system over a network. This system bears a passing similarity to Scytl's scheme, although without the verification of voter intent by the voter.

Endicott's board tenure at CarrierIQ is also not without controversy around privacy concerns. Researcher Trevor Eckhart discovered in November of 2011 that CarrierIQ's software, installed on smartphones made by Apple, HTC, NEC and Samsung and used by the carriers AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile, logs the location, phones call times and destination (pen-register), texts, internet searches and keystrokes for the mobile service provider without end user knowledge or opt-in, possibly in violation of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act. The FBI denied a FOIA request for training manuals and documents relating to CarrierIQ's software on the basis of a pending law enforcement proceeding. The FBI could make this claim this if it is using CarrierIQ for domestic surveillance of American citizens.

Scytl's allegedly secure voting method would be completely undermined by CarrierIQ's software. Interestingly Scytl seems to be set to market and deploy mobile phone voting applications for iPhone and Android in the 2014 election cycle. Scytl's end user verification of voter intent is completely useless in conjunction with all DRE voting machines currently in use. With direct internet and wireless reporting, targeted man-in-the-middle attacks against certain precincts could tip election results without leaving the evidence traces of 2004 which allowed the Free Press to raise serious questions as to whether the United States of America was subjected to its second coup in as many elections.

Revised 9/30/2012

And the link to Soros, I couldn't add all the text due to the character count, added the part about the link to Soros.

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The second warning bell that sounds in the Shah biography is his affiliation with the GlobalBusiness Coalition.

George Soros is the “founding supporter” of Global Business Coalition.

There is yet another Shah-Soros connection.

Later in Shah’s Ovum bio, his work with the Acumen Fund in Pakistan is noted. Soros’s daughter, Andrea, serves on the board of this organization. She also sits on the board of her father’s Open Society Foundation.

Following the dotted lines connecting the Open Society Foundation to Scytl and on to Soros, is a bit of a challenge, but one worth accepting. In an article published on World Net Daily, Aaron Klein ably guides readers from strand to strand in this web of influence.

Scytl purchased the software division of Gov2U, described as a non-profit organization dedicated to developing and promoting the use of technology in the fields of governance and democracy.

A Scytl press release said: “Gov2U created its software division in 2004 and, since then, it has developed a wide array of innovative award-winning eDemocracy solutions that have been implemented in multiple countries across Europe, Africa and America at the local, regional and federal government levels.”

The Spain-based company says the “main purpose of these tools is to engage citizens in participatory processes through the use of online and offline platforms, bringing more transparency and legitimacy to decision-making processes.”

Gov4U is currently partnered with Soros’ Open Society to support and develop a group called the Declaration on Parliamentary Openness.

The group runs a website, OpeningParliament.org, which says it is a forum “intended to help connect the world’s civic organizations engaged in monitoring, supporting and opening up their countries’ parliaments and legislative institutions.”

Gov4U, meanwhile, has eight partners of its own listed on its website, including the Soros-funded and partnered National Democratic Institute, or NDI.

Aside from receiving financial support for Soros, NDI has co-hosted scores of events along with Soros’ Open Society. The two groups work closely together.

NDI and the Open Society, for example, worked together to push for electoral and legislative reform in Romania.

NDI boasts that with Open Society Institute funds it conducted a political leadership training series for Romanian activists to “bring tangible improvements to their communities.”

NDI describes itself as a nonprofit, nonpartisan, nongovernmental organization working to establish and strengthen political and civic organizations, safeguard elections and promote citizen participation, openness and accountability in government.

NDI previously stated it was founded to draw on the traditions of the U.S. Democratic Party.

WND found that NDI is also listed as the only U.S.-associated organization of Socialists International, the world’s largest socialist umbrella group.

NDI was originally created by the federally funded National Endowment for Democracy, or NED, which itself founded joint NDI projects with the Open Society. Another NDI financial backer is the United States Agency for International Development, USAID.

It is disturbing to discover that not only is Scytl found in the Soros sphere, but it has demonstrable connections to international socialism, the U.S. Democratic Party, and the United Nations, as well.

Taken alone, these unsettling associations might make voters question their electoral board’s contracting with Scytl to administer elections in the United States. When viewed in context of the spread of Scytl’s support of vote counting, however, the picture takes on a darker aspect.

For example, the state of Florida was using Scytl to tabulate election results, but later rescinded the contract after uncovering evidence of significant risks in the methods the Barcelona-based company was employing.

According to the report issued by the Florida Department of State:

Our findings identified vulnerabilities that, in the worst case, could result in (i) voters being unable to cast votes, (ii) an election result that does not accurately reflect the will of the voters, or (iii) disclosure of confidential information, such as the votes cast by a voter.

Then in 2010, the Scytl system in use in Washington, D.C. was hacked. As part of an effort to determine the reliability of the devices, the D.C. Board of Elections & Ethics reportedly “encouraged outside parties to hack and find flaws in its new online balloting system.” Answering the challenge, students from the University of Michigan successfully violated the site and programmed it to play the University of Michigan fight song every time a vote was cast.

Why should this alarm Americans who don’t live in those jurisdictions? Chiefly because during the midterm elections in November 2010, Scytl was contracted by 14 states to “modernize” their voting apparatuses.

Scytl is set to deploy its software in 900 U.S. jurisdictions. The firm already handles the balloting for members of the U.S. military and their families living overseas.
 
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Super-Chevy454

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One Biden campaign director had been arrested.
https://thepointnews.uk/2020/11/15/biden-campaign-director-arrested-for-electoral-fraud/ ( https://archive.vn/aBAtq )

A political director for the Joe Biden campaign has been arrested for electoral fraud.​


The Democrat Director of Texas state political strategy for the Joe Biden Presidential campaign has been arrested for electoral fraud.
Democratic Party operative Dallas Jones was formally accused of helping to run an illegal ballot harvesting operation in the state of Texas on behalf of the Joe Biden campaign during this contested Presidential election.
According to the National File, two investigators, including a former FBI agent and former police officer, testified under oath that they have Democratic Party internal documentation, as well as video evidence and witnesses, for their investigation.
The following is an affidavit from private investigator and retired Houston police officer Mark A. Aguirre, which was submitted under oath.
 

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I'll just state that I did not watch Shiva's video at all, so if I misrepresent him that is my mistake. I only watched Matt's video and considering he has exact time stamps for his counter point's to Shiva's argument and statements I'll give him the benefit of the doubt that is he is at least attempting a good faith argument.

Your take on what the graph says is incorrect if you look at the data points closely, which you can with the excel sheet in the video description. What the graph is supposed to tell us is correlation, as in if X (which is the "by party" percentage of the population who chose the "by party" option and picked Rep. or Dem.) and Y (which is the percentage of the population who chose "by candidate" and then voted for specifically Trump or Biden.) are positively or negatively correlated. If it is negatively correlated then the more people vote for the Rep. party the less votes Trump gets from the "by candidate" population will get which makes since if we go with the Biden ballot swap fraud theory. If it is positively correlated then Trump should roughly speaking gain votes according how much a precinct favors his party which makes that fraud angle less obvious (not impossible, but not obvious).

Biden actually exceeded expectations as he generally speaking out performed whatever % he should have gotten according to how many voted just straight Dem if we compare by party vs by candidate. So if a bunch of right winged people hate Trump but vote right on everyone else, then that creates this positive performance gap or if we go with the fake ballots that only voted for Biden and no else theory that has gone around for a little while that also leads to the exceeded performance.

Now if this is due to fraud or Trump's popularity is not something I care to get into as I am merely trying to explain what the graph means as best as I can. Biden's graph looks more correlated due to the graph's area making it wider (due to higher X's and Ys) which makes all the plotted points compress closer together in the middle.

In the end this data shows a positive correlation for both parties in regards to X and Y which Matt argues was the original point of Shiva's analysis until Shiva made a different conclusion using what Matt argues is questionable math. I'll spare that tangent as it'll mostly be me parroting the video, you can watch the video around 10:55 (if you haven't already) and likely understand it better then me trying to explain it via text.

tl;dr The graphs should have positively correlated from the start from Shiva's analysis, why they didn't is due to questionable math. Why that happened is anyone's guess. The negative correlation should not have happened unless Matt has completely misunderstood the argument.
I think Matt completely misunderstood it.

My understanding of the Shiva video was "the more 'Republican' the district, the more the system changed the votes."

That is why the graph has the slope it does. The more republican districts got more heavily weighted.

Matt seems to have missed what the X axis was measuring.

At least that is my take on it.
 
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Democrats stealing from third-parties, allegedly.


Kanye started a low-key run for President over the past year, failing to fulfill the many onerous and restrictive ballot access requirements in many states, including Michigan. Michigan requires independent candidates for President to collect 12,000 petition signatures in order to appear on the ballot, a requirement that Kanye did not meet back in July.

But many still preferred Kanye, and voted for him.

Those votes were primarily given to Joe Biden, according to witnesses, who said poll workers joked about it as they physically altered ballots to remove votes for Kanye, and instead add them to the Democrat totals.

“The Secretary of State took these people’s vote and changed it.”

“When the write-in is deleted and the mark is made for straight ticket, and the party is marked Democrat, all deleted write-in votes become Democrat votes, they were doing this all day,” said Robin Mifsud, a GOP Poll Challenger in Detroit on election day who witnessed Kanye votes going to Biden. “The Secretary of State took these people’s vote and changed it.”

Democrat Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson quietly issued rules this past summer that any “unapproved write-in” should have their votes CANCELLED.

Witnesses describe THOUSANDS of Kanye votes that were GIVEN TO BIDEN due to this Benson rule.

If someone voted straight-ticket Democrat and wrote in Kanye, since he was an “unapproved write-in candidate” according to the Secretary of State, they were instructed to remove Kanye’s vote and instead give that vote to Joe Biden, a 77 year old white man.

The witness whistleblowers who came forward to reveal this all saw it happen in Detroit.

“This shit ain’t about Trump anymore, they out here stealing from Yeezy, this ain’t right,” said Kanye fan Chris S., in Detroit.
 

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I dont belive it.

Germany allowing foreign military operation on an German company, is not likely. Now if it comes out that the American government asked the German government to size the servers, then it is possible as this kind of thing happens, but not US soldiers raiding a German company.
I agree with this. US Army isn't going to execute a raid in Germany. They do in shithole countries because its "lol what you gonna do," We know what Germany can do...
 
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