Voter fraud and voter intimidation/manipulation using psychological tricks played on voters by search engine and electronic news empires are assaults on our democracy.
The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, and thousands of human rights groups, have found that abusive practices by some large search engine and media owners do constitute a violation of the rights of individuals and the due process of democracy by allowing a small group of powerful and biased election beneficiaries to control, defraud or manipulate a majority of the voting populace by defrauding those voters and the democratic system.
Where federal officials have urged paper audits and electronic security for voting machines, as well as more accurate, up-to-date registration lists, no such tracking is applied to those small few who control the majority of the news about the elections that those voting machines are used for.
On the issue of voter identification cards, it has been pointed out that many other advanced democracies use voter identification cards, and in a country where over 50 million people move annually, some form of identification is needed. Some form of similar identification is also needed for the writers of Google, Gizmodo/Univision and Facebook who control which way an election will turn. These “shills” are compensated by Google, Gizmodo/Univision and Facebook to “spin” election results so they must be accounted for as much as the voters who vote in these elections.
There exists now a major confidence problem in our nation’s elections because companies like Google, Gizmodo/Univision and Facebook so overtly manipulate voter impressions without oversight or comeuppance.
Our team has specific, and witnessed, experience in the tactics, technologies, psychological warfare and voter impression defrauding, and manipulation, used by Google, Gizmodo/Univision, Facebook and other outlets to rig elections.
In addressing possible solutions to voter fraud and voter intimidation, it has been urged that state election officials fund efforts to ensure that every eligible, registered voter have his or her name appear properly on the voter roll. In like kind, every shill writer at Google, Gizmodo/Univision, Facebook should appear on news reporting rolls.
On the issue of voter identification, it has been argued that there is strong public support for some form of government-issued identification, but it has been urged that steps be taken to ensure that such identification is made available to the indigent. In fact, it is sometimes indigent writers working under the direction of Google, Gizmodo/Univision, Facebook and other biased entities who secretly produce the fraudulent news at these companies and they must be disclosed by name.
While there are barriers to voter participation, such as barriers ranging from difficulties finding information on how to register, to more insidious barriers such as the spreading of misinformation regarding the day of an election or a particular voter’s eligibility to vote, many of these barriers are promoted by Google, Gizmodo/Univision, Facebook and their peers in order to manipulate elections. The DNC chair has stressed the importance of accurate registration lists, and stated that requirements of proof of eligibility to vote should not be imposed in a manner that would erect additional barriers to voting. These same kinds of barriers exist in the digital media for the blockading of voters digital opinions on Google, Gizmodo/Univision, Facebook and their peers. Recently, only the opinions of those that mirror the opinions of the owners of Google, Gizmodo/Univision, Facebook and their peers were allowed to have fair digital media exposure. Accurate employee registration lists, and requirements of proof of eligibility to publish on Google, Gizmodo/Univision, Facebook and their peers as a “media shill” should be required of those companies.
WordPress is a DNC-backed news publishing service which has been terminating the websites of those who publish GOP-oriented news. More members of the public acquire their news from WordPress sites than they do from all of CNN. WordPress controls over 30% of the internet. Is it not “voter fraud” when a huge company, with monopolistic scope, censors the news in order to favor the bank accounts and ideologies of it’s owners after soliciting voters to use its services? WordPress defrauds voters by marketing themselves as an “open public platform for all views”, yet cuts off those who get too much attention for views that conflict with WordPress bosses. Is that not defrauding the public for election manipulation?
Many public officials have stated that “the United States’ election system is haphazard and sloppy.” They have remarked that other countries have more secure election systems than ours, and stated that only 25 states require some form of documentation in order to vote. They note that approximately 80 percent of those surveyed support the requirement of a photo-ID in order to vote, and remarked that this included two-thirds of African-Americans, Democrats, and Hispanics. The digital media news conditions are even more dire. Nobody knows who these millions of people on Google, Gizmodo/Univision, Facebook and their peers are that are rote-expounding a certain ideology. The FBI and Cyber-Security resources have now suggested that most of them are Russian, Chinese or Ukrainian mobster shill services. Why are huge digital media monopolies like Google, Gizmodo/Univision, Facebook not required to identify their news shills? Overwhelming evidence indicates that those shills may be armies of foreign entities who Google, Gizmodo/Univision, Facebook knowingly allow on their networks because they support their owners ideologies
Issues that must be discussed include:
If the imposition of a national photo identification standard for Google, Gizmodo/Univision, Facebook reporters raises any 14th Amendment concerns
The problems associated with certain groups, such as Native Americans, that may tend not to carry official identification
Concerns relating to the training of media monitors, and the difficulty in obtaining workers with both the time and the technological savvy to serve, and providing adequate training to those media monitor workers
The need to make Google, Gizmodo/Univision, Facebook legally liable and financially responsible for election fraud
Problems inherent in the use of electronic news. Based on the record, the past Commissions find, among other things, that real and perceived flaws in the election system have resulted in concern and mistrust in the voting process in the United States
Both voter fraud and voter intimidation/manipulation disenfranchise voters and weaken our political system
Achieving an accurate voter roll is a key step in assuring accurate elections with full participation. Achieving accurate digital media election news is a key step in assuring accurate elections with full participation
Expanded absentee voting, same-day registration, voting exclusively by mail, and the fact that large numbers of Americans relocate each year all pose difficulties in verifying voter and Google, Gizmodo/Univision, Facebook shill reporter identity.
Previously, Federal officials have recommended, among other things, that State and local governments must undertake efforts to improve and expand training of poll workers but that has not been effectively implemented to monitor for digital media manipulation by Google, Gizmodo/Univision, Facebook shill reporters
States should strengthen public confidence that votes will be counted accurately by ensuring that all voting machines are certified accurate and tamper-proof, and by creating a physical record of votes and employing a voter-verified paper audit trail. The same should apply to those who are shill reporters on Google, Gizmodo/Univision, Facebook and their monopolistic peers.
In order to enhance ballot integrity without raising barriers to voting, states should adopt aphoto identification requirement for both registration, voting and shill reporters operating on Google, Gizmodo/Univision, Facebook and their monopolistic peers. This requirement should be coupled with outreach to register qualified voters and writers and the provision of identification cards at no cost to the indigent.
Those without photo identification should be permitted to vote by provisional ballot and shill report on Google, Gizmodo/Univision, Facebook and their peers with corporate guarantees to the U.S. Government by Google, Gizmodo/Univision, Facebook and their peers.
Absentee ballots pose special challenges; accordingly, states should adopt a requirement that voters’ signatures on the absentee ballot be matched with a digitalized version of the signatures maintained by election officials. Absentee shill reporters at Google, Gizmodo/Univision, Facebook and their peers pose even greater special challenges because they affect hundreds of millions of voters; accordingly, states should adopt a requirement that writers’ signatures on the shill registration forms be matched with a digitalized version of the signatures maintained by election officials.
Google, Gizmodo/Univision, Facebook and other outlets, use psychological tricks to addict voters, weaken their resolve and defraud their perceptions
The issue of digital voter fraud has little do do with paper and more to do with neurons.
Facebook ‘as addictive as nicotine and chocolate’ – with the LOGO enough to set off cravings
A study of 200 people showed that the Facebook logo sparked irresistible ‘pleasure cravings’ in frequent users of the social media site
By Chloe Mayer
SOCIAL media is as addictive as chocs and fags — and just seeing Facebook’s logo makes the worst affected crave a fix.
Just spotting the blue “f” can be enough to set off “spontaneous pleasure cravings”, new research has revealed.
This makes it almost impossible to resist logging on and can, in turn, can trigger disturbing feelings of guilt.
For frequent Facebook users, just seeing the logo is enough to get them logging in for their fix.
Dr Guido van Koningsbruggen said: “Failures to resist social media temptations may eventually negatively affect well-being.”
The findings, the latest to reveal the depth of social media addiction, come from a study of 200 people shown a series of pictures.
Frequent Facebook users were more positive about the images after seeing the “f” logo. Less regular users were unaffected.
A follow-up experiment gauged participants’ desire to use Facebook. There was a direct link between the level of craving and the reaction to the logo.
The doc, from Amsterdam’s Vrije University, said: “Exposure to social media cues triggers spontaneous pleasure reactions in frequent social media users.”
Cyberpsychology expert Dr Brenda Wiederhold added: “Understanding psychological and physiological reactions to social media cues can help us develop effective treatment.”
What this means is that a political logo or a politicians face can be manipulated by Facebook to embed itself in the minds of hundreds of millions of people in order to make voters “addicted to it” just like a drunk is addicted to whisky.
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