Electronic Voting Machines Should be Out, Now and Forever

September 12, 2016 in Columnists, News by RBN Staff


By Gordon Martines, of American Honor, Saturday 6pm CT, on RBN

Do we rule technology or does technology rule us? Most European countries have banned Electronic Voting Machines, especially Germany, who has banned electronic voting machines permanently and forever.

Why does America embrace electronic voting machines when other countries do not? Most likely Money has to do with it. If you have the right corrupted person elected to a position of power, then then all the rest of the corrupted will most likely have it made.

The same goes for the companies that make electronic voting machines. If the special corrupted person gets elected by means of rigged electronic voting machines, you will see these fraudulent elected representatives defend the electronic voting machines manufacturers, all the way up to the hilt, to keep them in business.

These corrupted elected politician defenders, that go all the way to the top, will fight tooth and nail to keep electronic voting machines in place, to be forcibly accepted by the masses, as being the main stay, most accurate and reliable method, to count the votes in any election. Actually the opposite is true, more and more communities and states, are opposing electronic voting machines. Nobody wants to talk about the rigged electronic lottery machines. Bring back the numbered ping pong balls.

A casual look at what other countries have done to eliminate electronic voting machines, is essentially very remarkable and telling, research it yourself through the internet. Main stream News media will not report on this monumental action, in order to accurately validate and register an individual’s vote, no matter in what country.

It is no secret that trying to get rid of the trash and corruption in government, is almost an impossible task. The only avenue left for the people to get rid of corrupted politicians is to vote them out, but if the voting machines are also corrupted, then it is just a lesson in futility.

Hand counted paper ballots with a receipt is the simplest way that I know of to register someone’s vote. I would be glad to be one of the volunteer Flesh and Blood counters, along with other Human Beings, to count the paper ballots.

Some you out there may never had have contact with computers, and thus, are skeptical on whether they can be corrupted or not. Let me assure you that computers can and are be corrupted.

I have personal knowledge that this computer corruption/malfunction had occurred at Fresno State College, in 1971. In fact, my friend S. Whitley, was the one that noticed this error. Both S. Whitley and I were studying in the Computer Lab and going over our computer print outs, when he stated, that the computer had made and error in adding two numbers. After stifling my laughter, I examined his computer print out, and saw with my own eyes the mistake the main computer had made. After contacting the Director, of the computer science program, the computer was shut down for three days to figure out what happened.

It was learned at the exact time the computer made the error, there were three computer technicians in the computer room at one time instead of the required two. This alleged combination of computer techs together raised the temperature of the computer room by just a fraction of a degree, and thus caused the computer to make this error. It appears that computers are very sensitive. Other companies used that computer for their businesses. No announcement was made of this error outside of the College.

This explanation was very plausible as even today computers are very susceptible to the effects of heat, and thus, are presently equip with fans and specialized cooling systems, so that the computers can function properly. This is not speculation, this is fact in that computers malfunction because of environmental effects.

There is no doubt that computers have made out lives easier and more efficient in certain areas. We have all rather become dependent on computers for our everyday activities.

Honorable, Moral, Ethical, and Spiritual, decisions must be made by Flesh and Blood Human Beings, not by, in any way shape or form, electronic voting machines, and especially those machines that can be and are, susceptible to being manipulated and tainted in anyway whatsoever.

The bottom line is that, these voting machines and tabulation machines are now being used to control and take out of the equation, human beings, and their individual choices for their representatives in government.

This matter is of the utmost importance and immediate. Go back to individual hand counted paper ballots with a receipt, or stay with the present day, blindfolded vote and distrusted flawed voting system, your choice is now.

Remember to Keep your Faith, Keep your Gun, and they can Keep their Change.

In God We Trust

Gordon Martines is a former LVMPD detective who has served in many capacities over his 39-year career in law enforcement. He was a candidate for sheriff in 2002, 2006, 2010 and 2014, with the intention of bringing integrity and accountability back to the department, and filed a federal lawsuit against LVMPD in 2011. Martines has appeared on “Face The Tribune” radio show several times and is currently the host of “Open Mic” on Tuesdays and Thursday at 11:00 a.m. He contributes his opinions and ideas to the Las Vegas Tribune to keep the public informed and help improve policing in Las Vegas. Gordon Martines can be contacted via email at coper71@hotmail.com.
Gordon Martines
Former Candidate for Sheriff of Clark County, NV, 2002, 2006, 2010, 2014.
Former Robbery/Homicide Detective for LVMPD
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