Jul. 31, 2005

Ohio vote conspiracy sees some light

Programmer Clinton Curtis, who says he has written software for NASA and Mobil, testified at a hearing last December held by Democratic members of the House Judiciary Committee that he was hired to write a program to throw the election in Florida. He says it takes less than 100 lines of code to do the job.

Curtis testified that he originally thought his company was hired to see if it could be done -- so he wrote his report accordingly. Then he was told that they wanted to know how to write the code so that the fraud would NOT be uncovered. Curtis was apparently a surprise witnesss, called to talk about the questions that still surround the voting in Ohio in the last election.

Perhaps it is no coincidence that the <> League of Women Voters in Ohio has filed suit alleging 30 years of mis- if not mal-feasance on the part of the people running elections there for the past 30 years.

Curtis goes on to testify that whenever you see the exit polls and final votes so far out of whack, it is likely that one or the other -- the exit polling or the vote -- was hacked. Watch the video and the hair on the back of your neck will rise as he closes by talking about how our intelligence secrets end up in the hands of the Chinese.

Most frightening of all is that this is a hearing held by Democrats in our nation's capital last December and the video has been on the Internet since then without any uproar. No MSM (mainstream media) has bothered to tell us whether Mr. Curtis is for real or not. No wonder everyone seems to be a born-again Christian these days. Heaven help us when our free press isn't.

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