Computer Programmer Admits To Being Paid To Rig Voting Booths

Think your vote in the upcoming 2016 presidential election is secure? Think again.

In 2000, computer programmer Clinton “Clint” Curtis was ordered cheap football jerseys to design an undetectable computer program that could flip the results of a close election, according to ClashDaily and the St. Petersburg Times, now the Tampa Bay Times.

Curtis testified before the U.S. House Judiciary Committee that his employer, Yang Enterprises Inc., told him, “We need to steal an election.” The program was intended for the computerized voting machines to which Florida would be transitioning starting in 2002.

This is it, folks. Despite the liberal media’s efforts to convince us all otherwise and paint naysayers as conspiracy theorists, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is right. Rigging an election has never been easier.

Curtis voluntarily took a polygraph test, alleging that one of the consultants at his employer was a Chinese national and convicted spy. Yang Enterprises denied ever knowing consultant Hai Lin Nee, while in fact fake ray bans they had been assisting him for years in repeatedly extending his U.S. Visa.

The Florida Department of Transportation inspector investigating the ballot tampering allegations, Raymond Lemme, was found dead in an apparent suicide. Both Curtis and Lemme’s family members believe he was murdered.

In 2005, computer experts demonstrated for officials in Leon County, Florida, how simple it was to flip election results while leaving no detectable trace of their efforts.

Where is the liberal media in all this? Where are the Democrats who are supposedly so concerned with our fundamental rights?

They’re in a back room, preparing to garden steal an Cheap Jerseys election if the people’s voice isn’t heard on Election Day.  On Nov. 8, be that decent person standing up cheap nhl jerseys for truth.

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