11/16/20231 min read
In PA they admitted that voting machines were flipping votes. Who programmed that? How do we know this isn’t happening nationwide? What can we do to fix it so it doesn’t happen again?
LINK TO ARTICLE: https://www.abc27.com/pennsylvania/ap-voting-machines-in-one-pennsylvania-county-flip-votes-for-judges-an-error-to-be-fixed-in-tabulation/
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November 19, 2023 / at 7:04 am
I think a decentralized trustless blockchain is the most viable technological alternative to in person voting. Crypto currencies like Bitcoin have proven how secure and reliable this technology is. No centralized private or federal technology can ever be safe from manipulation. A decentralized technology gives the power back to the people. While there will still need to be a centralized, federally managed, onboarding service that confirms identities and citizenship, similar to the function exchanges provide for crypto consumers, the ledger will be fully distributed and auditable by the public making it difficult to hide any manipulation of the registration process.
November 19, 2023 / at 9:20 am
I wonder how that would work for verifying people since it’s in essence private? Wouldn’t that go against it’s whole purpose? Sorry, but I am not really sure what the blockchain even is, and how it would work. It does seem like it has benefits based on the little I know about it, but seems it could easily be manipulated by the powers that be.
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03/18/2023By David Foster