It is sad but true. The election department refuses to install paper ballots adjacent to electronic voting machines, because everyone knows that the final counted numbers between the paper ballots and the electronic voting machines will not match. That would be the final proof needed, in our American election process, to invalidate the use of electronic voting machines and the electronic tabulation machines and prove that they have been fraudulent from the beginning, are now, and will be forever.
These electronic voting and tabulation machines have been banned in most European countries for years, and especially in Germany, which imposed a permanent ban on these machines. What is it that these countries know that we don’t know? Could it be that they realize that electronic voting machines can be easily manipulated or corrupted by outside sources? Did these European countries realize that most of these electronic voting machines are made in South America, where bribery, corruption and greed is the normal status quo.
Just how can Americans fail to believe that these electronic voting machines, that have been in use for decades in our country, are just lately found out to be fraudulent, easily manipulated, and corrupted?
Does the fact that George Soros just lately leased and/or sold his electronic voting machines to sixteen of our states, Nevada being one of them, mean that he is now considered a good guy that only wants the best for America? Why is it that our Representatives even want to do business with this person, whose only goal is to destroy America from within? The answer to this last question is quite simple, our Representatives are as corrupt — or more corrupt — than he is.
There is still time: printing up a paper ballot for voters to use and counting each paper ballot at the voting precinct can be easily done. Anyone opposed to this option should be looked at with deep suspicion.
Is there any doubt that paper ballots are more accurate than the electronic voting machines? Does technology rule us, or do we rule technology? Something as important as our vote should not be translucent or surreal, as with a computer; our vote needs to be totally transparent and easily verifiable. Each person voting needs to be accounted for and vetted. Noncitizens should not be allowed to vote under any circumstances; they have not properly earned that right and should be prosecuted.
There have been numerous exposures of election fraud across our country. Mainstream news media have refused to report these election crimes, and who is directly responsible for these criminal acts. These are serious criminal violations, and the mainstream news media is treating these acts as minor offenses, if at all.
The corrupt Representatives in our present government are fighting tooth and nail to keep electronic voting machines in our election process because they know that is the only thing keeping them in office. “It matters not how you vote, it only matters who is counting the votes.” — Josef Stalin 1946. Don’t kid yourself — this was as true then as it is true now, and will continue to be true in the future.
Propaganda is a very powerful tool. “Truth trumps Propaganda,” but only if it is allowed to be continually exposed or revealed in a timely manner. The public generally has a very short memory and is lazy, so if the masses are totally bombarded with propaganda on a regular basis and is also supported by celebrities, it is much easier for the masses to want to believe. “The bigger the lie, the more people will believe it.” — Adolph Hitler 1941. “Artillery is like Truth; there is just no defense against it.” — Gordon Martines 2010.
Just a little note; To all you disrespectful “Kneelers and Fist-Raisers” during the National Anthem, I will most assuredly disrespect you.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.