Is the AP questioning election integrity because of Mike Lindell the pillow guy? I've been told this stuff is conspiracy nonsense and a DIRECT ATTACK ON DEMOCRACY!!
ยท Sep 3, 2021 ยท

I was told THOUSANDS of times last November that people were dangerous, conspiracy-minded yokels if they thought maybe, just maybe, something smelled fishy about the presidential election.

It was so bad that people were losing friends, social accounts, and jobs if they said they even think voter fraud occurred (because everyone knows people's hearts are full of sunshine and there would never be criminal activity surrounding the most powerful political office on the planet).

I can only conclude from this new Associated Press story that they are a dangerous extremists who won't accept the lawful outcome of our very secure election processes:

A group of election security experts on Thursday called for a rigorous audit of the upcoming recall election for California's governor after copies of systems used to run elections across the country were released publicly.

These experts must also be conspiracy theorists, because the experts already told us in November 2020 that such a thing is impossible.

Except back then, there wasn't a specific villain to name.

NOW, however, there is a new, masterminding fiend who has risen above the tempestuous waters of chaos to plunge our nation into existential crisis:

The statewide recall targeting Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom, set for Sept. 14, is the first election since copies of Dominion Voting Systems' election management system were distributed last month at an event organized by MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, an ally of former President Donald Trump who has made unsubstantiated claims about last year's election. Election offices across 30 states use the Dominion system, including 40 counties in California.


Again, I was told these systems were SECURE. So secure that there's no way powerful Chinese communists or Silicon Valley behemoths could have cracked them, let alone an eccentric pillow CEO from Minnesota!

That's the angle the AP is going with, though!

Election security experts have said the breaches, from a county in Colorado and another in Michigan, pose a heightened risk to elections because the system is used for a number of administrative functions โ€” from designing ballots and configuring voting machines to tallying results. In the letter, the experts said they do not have evidence that anyone plans to attempt a hack of the systems used in California and are not casting blame on Dominion.

"However, it is critical to recognize that the release of the Dominion software into the wild has increased the risk to the security of California elections to the point that emergency action is warranted," the experts wrote in their letter, which was shared with The Associated Press.

Boy, it sure is sad that Mike Lindell didn't use his powers of destroying election integrity BEFORE the 2020 election. I'm awfully tired of inflation, insane spending, porous borders, and international fiascos after these last 8 months.

The letter said differences between the leaked Dominion software images and the versions used in California are relatively minor. The experts said thousands of people now have blueprints to the underpinnings of Dominion's election management system, including some who may have access to voting equipment.

Again, I was THOROUGHLY TOLD not to mention "Dominion" and "fraud" in the same sentence, lest Mark Zuckerberg banish me to the netherworld.

I'm starting to see a trend though:

Curse those pouncing Republicans and their pillow entrepreneurs!

So what's really going on here? Why is the media reacting this way?

I'll give you a hint:

Yeah, even the guy who misspelled Newsom's name knows what's going on.


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