The Western Journal shares this important piece about the ease of flipping votes and the difficulty in stopping it. This is why paper ballots are important.
Writing Code to Flip Votes Is ‘Very Easy to Do’ but ‘Hard to Stop,’ Says Democratic Computer Programmer
Carson Choate • February 18, 2023 • Subscribe to The Western Journal here.
The Arizona Senate Elections Committee heard from a computer programmer this week who testified that any computer-operated voting machine is vulnerable to tampering.
Clinton Curtis, who previously worked as a computer programmer for multiple federal agencies, urged a return to paper ballots during the Monday hearing.
Curtis began his presentation to the committee by playing a video of himself testifying before Congress in 2004, following the presidential election won by George W. Bush.
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