WATCH: Computer Programmer Testifies Under Oath He Coded Computers To Rig Elections

In almost every election our government and people deal with voter fraud. This upcoming presidential election will likely be no different than any of the others in that regard. The Al Gore vs. George Bush Supreme Court ruling should have been evidence enough of this fact.

Every candidate that so much as sniffs around the idea of challenging the status quo is attempted to try and be stopped. Donald Trump will be no different. Just look at Bernie Sanders. A recently uploaded video in court shows how bad voter fraud is this year.

Watch the video here,

Fraud was such an issue at the caucuses this year that even CSPAN caught it on television. Clinton’s victory had nothing to do with luck regardless of her protestations that it did. And her almost tie with Bernie Sanders was no different. Campaign minions constantly fudge voter registration in the form of the physical vote count.

Of course computers themselves are always susceptible to hacking when tallying votes. The 2006 documentary Hacking Democracy exposed the rigged elections with electronic voting machines.

U.S. Attorney Clinton Eugene was famous for his whistle-blower allegations about GOP Congressman Tom Feeney. He is ex-NSA and a computer programmer which makes him perfect for the job. He allegedly helped Feeney steal votes in 2000 by helping to insert a fraudulent code into all of the touch screen voting systems.

He is the one shown in the video testifying before a judge in front of the U.S. House Judiciary Members in Ohio. He discusses how and answers questions about how in 2000 Feeney hired him to build a prototype software package that secretly rigged an election to sway the result 51/49 to a specified side. If he did this for a Congressman, God knows what other federal elections have suffered as a result of this type of rigging.

These types of issues will definitely have an impact on the upcoming election.

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