at this time? There's no way to change this election this late in the game. Look at the lack of progress they're having in Ohio (?) where they just dumped in the likely vote switching software against the law. Nothing is being fixed, despite having the law and a majority of the people on their side.
I just think that TPTB are too heavily entrenched in this issue to let it go. They literally have Billions riding on their ability to continue to buy the government. I don't see the point in taking them to battle head on.
However, if we pulled a rouse and went around them and implemented something that would expose the fraud, we could probably get that passed. ...especially if the elites thought they could still corrupt that system. The first half of the trick is to fool them into that false sense of security by leaving a crack in the system. The second half of the trick is for that crack to end up being much smaller than they had expected. In other words, let them think they can manipulate 100% of the votes with a process they can only manipulate .05% of the votes and get caught in the process.
On the other side of this discussion, paper really isn't as much of a guarantee as it would seem at first glance. With a paper ballot system, and even one with notarized votes, nothing is stopping them from dumping tons of extra votes in or disenfranchising tons more. Nothing is going to catch who suddenly 'lost' large boxes of precious ballots. Nothing public is going to tabulate those votes. Basically, nothing is going to put and end to all the tricks they use today (except the current crop of news making Diebold machines). On top of that, after getting such 'election reform' measures successfully pushed through, it will be much much longer before we have a chance to push through another genuine solution. In short, it's a door closing in OUR face, not theirs.
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