Whaddup, Pennsylvania?

It seems that the stupidity disease in the Terrible Sand Kingdom of Arizonastan has contationed (is too a vurb!) its neighbor state of Pennsyltucky (I’m told that there is nothing between those states as determined by us coastal elites). Yup, Penn’s Fulton County allowed their voting machines to be “audited” and they are now decertified by the State and have to be replaced.

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania’s top election official has decertified the voting machines of a sparsely populated county that disclosed that it had agreed to requests by local Republican lawmakers and allowed a software firm to inspect the machines as part of an “audit” after the 2020 election…

The lawmakers’ request for the “audit” came amid former President Donald Trump’s baseless claims that the 2020 election was rigged against him in Pennsylvania and other battleground states.

Degraffenreid, an appointee of Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf, notified Fulton County officials in a letter Tuesday that the inspection violated state law. It was done in a manner that “was not transparent or bipartisan” and the firm had “no knowledge or expertise in election technology,” Degraffenreid wrote.

“I have no other choice but to decertify the use of Fulton County’s leased Dominion Democracy Suite 5.5A voting system last used in the November 2020 election,” Degraffenreid wrote.

What makes this even more worthy of Eiron’s giggles is that Fulton County went for Hair Füror over Handsome Joe Biden by something like 7-1. Also: only about 8,000 votes were cast. So they pretty much just tossed out their equipment to prove their fealty to Lord Damp Nut.


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11 Responses to Whaddup, Pennsylvania?

  1. Gotta pay for it outta their own pockets, too.

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  2. roket says:

    I hope Dominion sues them for $1Billion also too. It wouldn’t surprise me if their lease agreement clearly states that their voting machines are not to be tampered with.

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    • It does. We’re going through that crap in the AZ Fraudit, but since the Maricopa County Elections people were forced to do it by a judge, the penalties will fall on the AZ Senate who are the ones officially doing this.

      Of course, since they don’t believe the law actually applies to them, Karen Fann will probably tell Dominion to fuck off.

      And then wee-the-taxpayers get shafted for the legal bills.


  3. Buttermilk Sky says:

    It occurs to me this could be a brilliant plan to make states buy new voting machines for many bucks. Who actually builds them?

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    • MDavis says:

      It would be fitting if the folks who came up with this idea that the “audit” is needed and the “auditors” who violated procedure so much that the machines were decertified had to pay for the replacement.
      Especially for the mock-audit company. What’s a bond for if not to fix a company’s fuck-ups? Although, I think the bond coverage might be null and void in this case, like trying to get fire insurance to pay off in a case of provable arson.

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      • See my reply ro roket, above. In AZ case it’ll probably fall to the AZ Senate under whose authoritah! this whole clownshow falls, even though it’s the Cyberninjas guy who is doing all the damage.

        (no one has aver been able to find anyone else who is an employee of the Cyberninjas than the owner.)

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      • MDavis says:

        His bond should cover his part of it, then. I realize my opinion counts for nothing in this, but still. Also, is there some sort of petition process where taxpayers can get together and at least get it on record that your legislators should be on the hook for the bill? And would it do any good at all?


  4. Bruce388 says:

    It takes a special kind of stupid to audit the machines in a county you’ve won.

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  5. T_Reg says:

    The Fulton county off-icials can save some money and just count ballots by hand. In public. It’d be interesting to see if Republicans still win by a 7-1 ratio. Of course, it could turn out to be even higher: see Windham, New Hampshire (warning: what I read on that election is from only one source).


  6. pagan in repose says:

    Just goes to show: It is always about the $’s. Dominion could get paid thrice over again by first having all the conservative counties in the USA buying new equipment, and then paid again with all the money from the lawsuit. Now as to whether the clowns down in AZ understood this going into their “Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure” is another question.

    It has been said before by an investor class elite: “I make money in the stock market whether the market is up or down, it doesn’t freaking matter.” Sure, I paraphrase a little here and there.


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