PROVEN VOTER FRAUD: Rigged US Elections Exposed

Published November 11, 2020 573 Views

Rumble Clinton "Clint" Eugene Curtis is an American attorney, computer programmer, and former employee of NASA and ExxonMobil who exposed election hacking. Curtis is notable chiefly for making a series of whistleblower allegations about his former employer, Republican Congressman Tom Feeney (former Speaker of The House in Florida).

Included is an allegation that in October 2000, Feeney and Yang Enterprises requested Curtis’ assistance to design a secret scheme to steal votes by inserting fraudulent codes into electronic touchscreen voting systems to rig elections and flip the vote from a 51% to a 49% margin that would be undetected by County Boards of Election officials.

Exit polling data was proven to be significantly different than the published results.

Representative Feeney was also the lobbyist for Yang Enterprises, the company who delivered the program.

To elaborate further on this matter, while attending the United States Army Judge Advocate General's (JAG) Corps schooling, I conducted a background investigation on myself. It revealed that I voted in 2000 and 2004; both for the democratic party.

I am a republican and have NEVER voted in my life!

#ElectionDay2020 #ElectionNight #ElectionDay #VoterFraudIsReal #VoterFraud #ElectionRecall #ElectionRecount

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Retired US Army JAG Corps

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