** 29-Nov-2020 World View: Scandal TV, vote rigging and Dominion Software
> Was thinking of you as I hear reports of voting
> software irregularities. You often have referred to the
> combination of Boomer managers allowing GenX/Millenial
> mayhem. Morality goes out the window.
> At defendingtherepublic.org there are links to two lawsuit filings
> by attorney Sidney Powell. (Each about 140 pages long).
> Would love to hear your Technical analysis - perhaps via
> generational dynamics.
> The charges seem so fantastic that I am not sure what to make of
I haven't read the filings, but based on televised reports that I've
seen, the Dominion Software has holes, and it would have been possible
within the Dominion Software system for the Democrats to change votes
from one candidate to another, if they wanted to.
In fact, I saw an interview on tv with the president of Dominion
Software where he was asked whether the software could be used to
change votes, and he gave a weasel-worded answer. So if I needed
convincing, that convinced me. So I'm certain that the Democrats
could have used the Dominion software to rig the election, if they had
chosen to do so. And since the Democrats and mainstream media have
committed fraud every day since Trump took office, there's no doubt in
my mind that they did choose to do so, and that Democrats did use
Dominion software to change votes. Whether that was enough to flip
the election is unknown, but that information may come out in
investigations over the next few months.
It's almost certainly too late to change the election outcome, but as
I understand it, Trump's legal strategy now is to continue bringing
court cases, in order to get the Dominion situation into a court over
the next few months, so that the rigged election can reach some kind
of court verdict, at least to make sure that the Democrats won't be
able to rig the 2022 election as well. In one scenario, Dominion
Software sues Trump to protect its brand, and that will force all the
evidence to be presented in course.
It's true that the charges seem fantastic. But think that a year ago
it would have been thought fantastic that Twitter, Facebook and Google
had become Gods that could control everything we read, everything we
say, and everything we think, and that's come true too. Misusing vote
counting software to rig an election is not nearly as fantastic as
some other things that I've seen as a senior software engineer for the
last few decades. In fact, my guess is that the Dominion Software
vote count would be trivial to change by a knowledgeable systems
software engineer who knows more about software development than just
how to put up a web page.
*** Scandal TV series and Defiance Ohio vote rigging
Starting in the 1990s, I began recording prime time tv shows that I
didn't have time to watch, so I could watch them later. This has
turned into something of a monster, as I'm now over four years behind
on watching them. But I enjoy watching them, as opposed to
subscribing to Netflix or something.
So anyway, yesterday I started watching Scandal episode S06E10 (The
Decision), recorded on April 13, 2017, and I was extremely startled by
the fact that it was about presidential election vote rigging. How
timely! How fortuitous!
This episode refers back to an earlier episode, S02E07 (Defiance),
which was broadcast on November 28, 2012. In that episode, it was
revealed that the reason that Fitz Grant won the presidential election
was because Olivia Pope had authorized the rigging of voting machines
in Defiance County, Ohio. Ohio was a swing state, so rigging the
voting machines gave Fitz the victory in 2012.
The April 13, 2017, episode was broadcast several months into the
Trump administration. At that time, there had been a great deal of
publicity about how the cast of Scandal had been traumatized by
Trump's victory. They had gathered on election day to celebrate
Hillary's victory, and when Trump won, they were all bawling and in
tears, and they were extremely depressed for weeks afterward, as I
recall the news stories at the time.
The April 13, 2017, episode was a bizarre "what if" episode which
portrayed what would have happened if Olivia had said "No" to rigging
the Defiance Ohio voting machines in 2012, so Fitz lost. Things turn
out badly in the "what if" scenario, and the episode sends a very
strong message. At the most dramatic moment in the episode, Fitz says
to Olivia, in essence: "You made a mistake. You should have
authorized the vote rigging. You should have rigged the election. At
least then I would have been president."
So, in my opinion, this episode was a call to arms to the Democrats to
find a way to rig the 2020 election. At that time, the Democrats were
already using bribery, extortion, and lying to courts to try to get
Trump removed, leading to the Russian, Ukraine and impeachment hoaxes.
The Wuhan Coronavirus pandemic was a godsend to the Democrats, since
they used it to flood the country with unsolicited ballots, and they
were able to use that in conjunction with the Dominion Software. At
least, that's what Trump's legal team is expecting to prove.
-- Sidney Powell's Legal Defense Fund
-- Defiance Ruined Everything: Scandal Episode 207 Recap
https://www.awesomelyluvvie.com/2012/11 ... recap.html
-- Scandal Season 6, Episode 10 Recap: "The Decision"
https://www.refinery29.com/en-us/2017/0 ... episode-10
-- 5 More Ways Joe Biden Magically Outperformed Election Norms
https://thefederalist.com/2020/11/23/5- ... ion-norms/
-- Majority Of Republicans Say Trump ‘Rightfully Won,’ Election Was
https://dailycaller.com/2020/11/18/majo ... ters-poll/