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Ben Framed:

gww:
ben
I will give you one point that I do agree with.  I do not like computer generated ballot selection.  Since that is what was used after many court battles, I do have to accept it and maybe it could be changed in the future and maybe not.   The state has certified its election and the constitution is clear on what should happen.  People could look at their ballot before they are scanned and see if it is right.  Most will not look, but on the other hand, since there was complaint before the election, enough would have done so that it would have caught it if the machines were marking incorrect votes.  There were not wide spread complaints during the election of machines spitting out wrong selections that would then be scanned and the hand count matched the scanning.

My opinion is that this is one tiny step better than voting purely by machine with no way to check what it did with your selection but paper ballots filled out by hand would be better.
Cheers
gww

Ben Framed:

--- Quote from: gww on January 05, 2021, 03:23:25 pm ---ben
I will give you one point that I do agree with.  I do not like computer generated ballot selection.  Since that is what was used after many court battles, I do have to accept it and maybe it could be changed in the future and maybe not.   The state has certified its election and the constitution is clear on what should happen.  People could look at their ballot before they are scanned and see if it is right.  Most will not look, but on the other hand, since there was complaint before the election, enough would have done so that it would have caught it if the machines were marking incorrect votes.  There were not wide spread complaints during the election of machines spitting out wrong selections that would then be scanned and the hand count matched the scanning.

My opinion is that this is one tiny step better than voting purely by machine with no way to check what it did with your selection but paper ballots filled out by hand would be better.
Cheers
gww

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>I will give you one point that I do agree with.  I do not like computer generated ballot selection.

Yes I agree.

> My opinion is that this is one tiny step better than voting purely by machine with no way to check what it did with your selection but paper ballots filled out by hand would be better.

Again I agree, Except Mr Pulitzer has shown us a way that we can check the computer machine ballots for authenticy. Beside that, yes I agree as I personally like the old paper ballots. It might have taken all night and half the next day to count but we could pretty much trust what was tallied without going through what we Americans are going through now.
I am happy that we have found some common ground.

> People could look at their ballot before they are scanned and see if it is right.  Most will not look, but on the other hand, since there was complaint before the election, enough would have done so that it would have caught it if the machines were marking incorrect votes.  There were not wide spread complaints during the election of machines spitting out wrong selections that would then be scanned and the hand count matched the scanning.

I basically disagree, not the average voter anyway. As explained by Mr Pulitzer, the paper and barcode expert. Adding the voters would not know their votes were being spit out, as voters were not allowed in the tallying room when their precious votes were being spit out.

The offical county statement of ballots that went out on National TV says the opposite of your claim. "We had 113,130 votes at that time and we had to adjust 106,000 of them." gww 106,000 is a mighty lot of votes which got "spit out" in one county alone during the count. To be clear that is a figure of 93.67 percent of the ballots which got "spit out", (found at 37:40 of the video below), then having to be adjudicated. Don't take my word for it as you are not disputing me, but Mr Pulitzer, and not only Mr Pulitzer but the county officials Mr Pulitzer is speaking of and quoting as was reported on TV. This is just one county in the entire state of Georgia which uses these machines.
Just for fun: Don't tell me and America there was not fraud or not enough fraud to change the results. This brings to mind the quote of Fletcher in the movie The Outlaw Josey Wales. Something regarding his back and telling him it is raining. 😁

Back to the subject of this topic:
Mr Levin clearly shows how to remedy the problems allowed under our Precious Constitution in reply 1.  Adding; It would not have had to come to that if Mr Pulitzer would have been called upon to remedy, instead of being ignored, (you might add the word refuted instead of ignored as Milo might say after reading his reply 91 on the topic: (Why Trump should not be reelected).  :wink:
 
The question is will the politicians on both sides, Protect our Precious Constitution they have took an oath to protect, or continue to ignore it?

I will save you the trouble of going back and looking up the other topic stated by Georgia of ballots which were "spit out" 37:40 Hear for yourself, or see for yourself if you chose to use CC.

Expert: Tech can detect counterfeit ballots in hours, calls to examine all Georgia absentee ballots
91,180 views?Jan 3, 2021
Digital ID systems inventor Jovan Pulitzer testified at a Georgia State Senate subcommittee hearing on Dec. 30, 2020.



minz:
After yesterday you guys are still pushing this? I watched 4 different news networks that all were condemning Trump for inciting riots and the horror of the event. I taped Fox news and I had to turn it off. You guys really eat this up? It made me sick. There is no proof.
I love you, your special, I know how you feel.

gww:
minz
Not me.  I was thinking all along that trump was going to incite with his actions and lies and yesterday just proved my thoughts.  Needless to say, I was not surprised that yesterday happened.  Now the new lie, it was antifa.
Cheers
gww

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