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This Man Has Proven That Every County Hillary Won In New York Was RIGGED!

Billy Hunter

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August 12, 2016

It seems like just about anything that is electronic can be manipulated to go in the favor of whoever is doing the manipulating. When I was younger, I knew one of those guys who had the little recording of sounds that if you played it into the speaker of a pay phone it tricked the phone company into thinking that you had put a certain amount of money in….


“For $15 and in-depth knowledge of the card, you could hack the vote,” First, Wikileaks forcing DNC chair to resign in shame. Now, we’ve got testimony saying the voting boxes themselves were tampered with.


Elliot Crown was one of a few citizens allowed to speak and used his time to point out PROOF of possible voter fraud considering ALL NYC counties Hillary won were with THIS special black box…

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It gets worse. As in: ranking member of the Senate Homeland Security Committee sending concerned letters to DHS “worse”: “Election security is critical, and a cyberattack by foreign actors on our elections systems could compromise the integrity of our voting process.”

Seeing how VERY easily the DNC private email was compromised, (not to mention seeing how VERY willing Hillary & her henchmen were to cheat) it might concern people to learn JUST how easily the voting machines can be tampered with.

Roughly 70 percent of states in the U.S. use some form of electronic voting. Hackers told CBS News that problems with electronic voting machines have been around for years. The machines and the software are old and antiquated. But now with millions heading to the polls in three months, security experts are sounding the alarm, reports CBS News correspondent Mireya Villarreal.

“I’m afraid the election is going to be rigged, I have got to be honest,” Trump said to Ohio voters last week.

But for the hackers at Symantec Security Response, Election Day results could be manipulated by an affordable device you can find online.

“I can insert it, and then it resets the card, and now I’m able to vote again,” said Brian Varner, a principle researcher at Symantec, demonstrating the device.


Symantec Security Response director Kevin Haley said elections can also be hacked by breaking into the machines after the votes are collected.

“The results go from that machine into a piece of electronics that takes it to the central counting place,” Haley said. “That data is not encrypted and that’s vulnerable for manipulation.”