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Scytl: Voter Fraud Facts and Fiction

Georgia Boy 61 Wrote: May 09, 2012 7:03 PM
Ms. Malkin, re: "Scytl: Voter Fraud Facts and Fiction" Debating whether or not Scytl is compromised or not should not be the issue; that is a red-herring. It is an outrage that a private, non-U.S. firm is in any way involved in tabulating the results of our elections in the first place. The moral hazard involved in such a practice is off the charts. The second outrage is that people like Soros, via his Secretaries of State Project, have been allowed to co-opt what must - MUST - be a non-partisan electoral process. Voter fraud is already widespread, and if it continues and enough average voters lose faith in the honesty and impartiality of the ballot, things may get very ugly very fast.
K116 Wrote: May 11, 2012 4:28 PM
If you read the article, you'd see that they aren't involved in tabulating

With six months until Election Day, conspiracy theories are percolating on the Internet like bubbling mud pots at Yellowstone: Left-wing billionaire George Soros is going to rig the election for Barack Obama. Foreigners will oversee the nation's entire vote-counting system. The fix is in, and all is lost.

Before conservatives go all Michael Moore-moonbatty, let's calm down and separate voter fraud facts from fiction. There's no time to waste worrying about manufactured scares. And there are plenty of legitimate threats to electoral integrity without having to inflate or concoct them.

FACT: Scytl is a Spain-based business that specializes in...