Urgent Message From American Patriots to New Hampshire Patriots Under Siege in Windham — Your forensic audit in Windham New Hampshire is being secretly sabotaged.
We wanted to be sure you knew.
Windham’s choice of Verified Voting for the forensic audit must be fought by patriots and defeated.
Given this choice, all other choices made by this Board of Selectman must berigorouslyinvestigated before your meeting on Monday night, fought and, if need be, defeated.
The Selectmen have chosen Mark Lindeman, the co-director of the nonprofit Verified Voting as part of the audit team. VV fought for paper ballots years ago, when the country was being told to go with paperless electronic voting machines. VV fought that and made sure we bought machines with a paper ballot.
It used to be the trusted and factual voice of computer scientists fighting on the side of election honesty and integrity.
Not any more.
First we found out two respected computer scientist board members of VV resigned, Phil Stark, Ph.D., and Richard DeMillo, Ph.D.
Mr. Stark said in his Nov. 21, 2019 letter:
“I believe that Verified Voting has lost its way.
It has been providing cover for inherently untrustworthy voting systems–and the officials who bought them, the companies that make them, and any officials who might contemplate buying them in the future–by conducting “risk-limiting audits” of untrustworthy paper records, creating the false and misleading impression that relying on untrustworthy paper for a RLA can confirm election outcomes (and debasing the meaning of “RLA” in the process).”
“Our message to jurisdictions that buy poorly designed, insecure, universal-use BMD systems should be, ‘We tried to warn you. You need a better voting system.’ Instead, we’re saying, ‘Don’t worry: VV will teach you to sprinkle magic RLA dust and fantasies about parallel testing on your untrustworthy election. All will be fine; you can use our authority and reputation to silence your critics.’”
Mr. DeMillo said in his Dec. 1, 2019 letter:
“Although my concerns have been growing for some time now, Verified Voting’s involvement in a “pilot RLA” in Georgia following the recent election makes it impossible to continue as a member of the advisory board. VV issued and supported misleading public statements that those pilots confirm outcomes and even prove the security of new election systems. Verified Voting’s seal of approval for the security theatrics in
Source: The Gateway Pundit