Kenric Ward reporting for Watchdog.org has found software problems in voting machines Illinois and in Maryland that just happen to switch the votes to Democrat from Republican. Voters are finding that after they mark their selection for a Republican on the electronic machine, it puts the “x” on the Democrat candidate above automatically and it happens as much as five times. If the voter isn’t paying attention, they would never know.

This same exact problem is occurring in two states, Maryland and Illinois.

Illinois Republican state representative candidate Jim Moynihan went to the Schaumburg Public Library last Monday to vote for himself. “Instead, it cast the vote for my opponent,” Moynihan told Watchdog.org.

“You could imagine my surprise as the same thing happened with a number of races when I tried to vote for a Republican and the machine registered a vote for a Democrat,” Moynihan said.

He notified the election judge at his polling place.

Joe Torre, election director in Anne Arundel, called it a “calibration issue” involving a single machine. However, more than one machine was involved and it appears to be more of a software issue.

A software developer for US intelligence agencies told Newsmax that the calibration excuse defies credulity.

“It’s a software issue, and it’s incredibly suspicious that a bug like that could slip through accidentally. It defies belief,” said Tony Heller.

He said that any expert trained in the technology could figure out within minutes whether the problem with the software was accidental and deliberate.

“This is being used by the public for voting. Public trust is essential,” he said. “It’s completely unacceptable that an official waved it off as a calibration issue. It’s something that can be easily verified and should be.”

In Maryland, this is happening in multiple locations on various machines.

There is no shortage of YouTube videos by experts explaining how electronic machines are easily rigged. Republicans have also been accused of rigging machines.

Just as a side note, Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, the former number two in the dictators’ club, the UN, is the Chairman of the Smartmatic group, an electronic voting firm. He also sits on the evil George-Soro’s-John Podesta’s Open Society Global Board. Smartmatic ran the online balloting process in the Utah Republican Open Caucuses in March.

The Wall Street Journal dubbed the Republican party’s online adventure as “one of the biggest online votes conducted so far in the U.S.” and the “largest experiment with online presidential voting since 2004, when Michigan allowed Democrats to vote in a party caucus via the Internet.”

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