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Failed Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein on Wednesday announced plans to force a recount of votes in three crucial swing states — a longshot move that could help vanquished Democrat Hillary Clinton, who remained mum on the subject.
Stein, who garnered a dismal 1 percent of the national vote, said challenging the tallies in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan was needed to answer questions about a possible cyber-attack on electronic-voting machines.
Last week, activists reportedly urged Clinton’s campaign to force recounts in all three states, citing data showing she got 7 percent fewer votes in Wisconsin counties that used electronic-voting machines compared to those that relied on paper ballots and optical scanners.
I've already donated a bit. The donations exceeded 2 million very quickly. Jill campaigned against Hillary and claimed that both of the primary candidates were unfit, but now she's kind of changing her tune.
Interesting. As someone with training in cybersecurity, it wouldn't surprise me if the election was hacked.
Of course, our democracy has already suffered from cyber incidents to defame Hillary, but it's not uncommon for the world's biggest superpowers to directly influence the outcome of foreign elections.
Here's a list of countries the U.S. alone has influenced through their democracies:
Boy, if the audit detects an incident, I shutter to think what kind of mental gymnastics Trump supporters will perform...
But yeah, there's nothing wrong with auditing the process.