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Yes, US elections can be hacked

A long-suppressed expert report settles the argument

24 June 2023

9:00 AM

24 June 2023

9:00 AM

After years of lawfare, a smoking gun report on US election machinery has come to light – and it shreds the supposed security of electronic voting machines in the 2020 election. The report says the system’s flaws would allow vote switching and the alteration of election results ‘without detection’.

The report’s author says wryly it’s not even hard to do: ‘No grand conspiracies would be necessary to commit large-scale fraud, but rather only moderate technical skills….’

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