Video : Programmer Under Oath Reveals Computers Rig US Elections


Mr Curtis a Software programmer who worked for NASA, Exxon Mobil & the US Department of Transportation in a sworn-oath deposition testifies that US elections are rigged by inserting software into the voting system. The timing of this deposition was just after George W Bush being re-elected president of the United States. We are not  surprised that this  never made it into the main stream media.

Mr Curtis goes on to name US Representatives who attempted to pay him to rig their election vote counts.

He says that it is easy to install a small software program into the voting system that will flip the count 51 to 49 to whoever you wanted to win an election. He goes on to say that these small programs are undetectable utilising no more than 100 lines of code, which is minimal. Mr Curtis stated “No one would ever see it, unless you have access to the source code or you were able to count the hard copy votes and compare them to the electronic count”

Watch Mr Curtis’ astounding sworn testimony (12 Mins)

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