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Time Out With Kevin Gallagher: The Letter They Were Too Afaid To Print

Friday, May 18, 2007

The Letter They Were Too Afaid To Print

Over a week ago I sent to both The Bethel Beacon and the Newstimes a letter to the editor regarding the new scanner type vote fraud machines that Connecticut Secretary of State Susan Bysiewicz has forced upon every person in the state.

I have already done three shows on these machines and how dangerous they are to our great republic. You can watch these shows here on the blog or on both Google Video and You Tube.

To see all of the different videos I've got on go to and you can see them there as well.

I hope that you will get educated on the use of these and the dangers they pose and ultimatly who profits by their use. Bysiewicz bought these machines through LHS Associates in MA and they are a front company that handles on diebold products. There has been much discussion among bloggers and some of the intimate connections between Bysiewicz and the officials at this company.

On another note, the chief programmer for these software code on these codes was none other than Jeffery Dean, who is now serving jail time in Canada for 24 counts of VOTE FRAUD.

As far as I am concerned, no one should cast a "vote" on any of these machines, all referendums and elections should be boycotted by the people until they are removed and replaced with the use of paper ballots. This is the only way to insure the integrity of the votes cast by the people of our great state.

So below, is the letter to the editor that both The Bethel Beacon & The Newstimes where too afraid to print:

Fraud is defined as deception deliberately practiced in order to secure unfair or unlawful gain.

Secretary of State Susan Bysiewicz has imposed these fraudulent electronic voting machines upon the people of Connecticut. These are the scanner type made by Diebold and where featured in the HBO film Hacking Democracy.

These machines are not designed to accurately count votes, these are designed to easily be hacked by the non-savvy computer user to deliver the desired results.

Examples of this hacking are not anomalous, they are the norm, with literally thousands of instances around the nation.

People believe the use of electronic voting machines meet the requirements of the Have America Vote Act of 2002. This is false. The HAVA Act requires two things, first that the handicapped can vote without assistance (in privacy) and the Town of Bethel has been in compliance with this since the last election. Second is the voting machines produce a paper trail to show how the vote totals were reached.

House Bill 550 by NJ Rep. Rush Holt requires these machines have a printer hooked up
to produce a "paper trail." All this would do is spit out a register receipt with vote totals, not a paper trail. Why the need for these printers if the machines meet the requirements of the HAVA Act?

These machines have nothing to do with election integrity, its about eliminating the people’s voice and controlling the results. It’s also about eliminating the influence of third parties.

Soviet dictator Stalin said “It counts not who votes in the election, it only matters who counts the votes.”

I, for one, will not allow my vote to be privatized or owned by Diebold. I will not participate in the fraud. Neither should you.

Kevin J. Gallagher



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