I have researched a series of computer ‘glitches’ that occurred at various California state government agencies in August 2012, late October 2016, and ongoing this year, 2018. I have concluded that these were not ‘glitches’ at all, but rather a result of deliberate tampering with the voter registration roles, likely by IT personnel at the agencies themselves, under the direction of their superiors.
In brief: despite a modern computer system, the computers at DMV lost functionality August 2012 and October 2016 and April/August 2018. I believe that the ‘downtimes’ were used to update and purge the Republican voter roles, and to leave the Democratic roles populated with ex-residents, deceased voters, and illegal migrants. These ghost identities were meant to be assumed by Democratic functionaries at the polling places during impending elections.
In both August 2012 and October 2016, supposedly due to bizarre ‘coincidences’ the computers crashed simultaneously at the DMV and at the state Office of Technology Services.
Computers at the California DMV and OTS crashed simultaneously in the early morning hours, supposedly due to router and network glitches.
An official at OTS, Adam Dondro, revised the earlier excuse, and blamed the crashes on ‘two separate router problems’. He noted that the coincidence was ‘weird as weird can be’
During 2014, IBM installed a state-of-the-art computer setup for the DMV and the California Department of Technology. This system was designed to ‘withstand the failure of multiple hard disks’
Computers failed at both the DMV and OTS. The cause was attributed to ‘the failure of multiple hard disks.’ The failure lingered until 11/7/16.
Robert Schmidt, chief of the OTS, suddenly retired.
The California DMV ‘misreported’ 77,000 voter registration forms to the California Secretary of State. Had the ‘error’ not been discovered, these 77,000 voters would have each received two or more ballots.
In my opinion, this is the modern, computerized, hi-tech version of the old Democratic practice of ‘vote early, vote often.’
Between 4/1/18 and 8/1/18, the DMV allowed 23,000 new drivers to believe that they had opted out of registering to vote, and instead left 23,000 ‘ghost’ ballots in the system.
In my opinion, these ‘ghost’ ballots would have been commandeered by Democratic functionaries in the upcoming midterms.
‘Computer’ problems are again burbling. The DMV sent 2,500 ‘voter’ registrations to the California Secretary of State, but these new drivers had not opted to register to vote. The DMV and its modern computer system has not been able to explain where these ballots came from.
Here it is, about a month to go until the mid-terms. Let me make a prediction. Wait for it.
Wait . . .
THE DMV VOTER REGISTRATION SYSTEM IS GETTING READY TO FAIL ON, SAY . .
NOVEMBER 2ND, WHICH HAPPENS TO BE THE FRIDAY BEFORE THE LAST WEEKEND BEFORE THE MIDTERMS!!