Anonymous ID: 833eb7 Nov. 7, 2022, 4:32 p.m. No.17729050   🗄️.is 🔗kun


>Why do some elections take more than a day to count?


>Can cheating be done after the polls are closed?

Of course

>Who controls the pollbooks?


>Who controls the databases?

Something about Seth Rich

>Who controls the elections?

Those who count them.

>Why are extra ballots printed?

Just in case someone "needs them".

>If someone doesn't vote, can bad actors hijack their vote?

By submitting an absentee ballot in their name.


Lack of scruples.

>Why did the National Guard activate cybersecurity teams?

WiFi, me thinks.

>Who gave the order to 'activate' the cybersecurity teams?

NSA would be a fun answer.


Because they supposedly watched the last ones.

>To protect the elections?

Define "protect".

>To claim the midterms are 'safe'?

Doesn't matter if you can prove otherwise, it seems… at the moment.

>Safe from what?

The People.

>Setting the stage?

"OH IT WAS SO CLOSE, GAIZ!!! Too bad."

>Watch carefully.

As if there's anything else to do at the moment?

>White hats have secured many systems, but problems still remain.

Yeah, but what are the weightings of importance?

>You have all the tools you need.

But how to use them, is the question, when we're up against those who can squash any and everything.


If everyone votes, it's harder to usurp their votes afterwards.