Mitt Romney has ties to Third Largest Voting Machine Company in the Country
Thursday, November 1st, 2012
Election Day is less than a week away, and with early voting underway many Americans have questioned the security of the voting process. According to an article by The Christian Science Monitor, e-voting machines are hackable and can be easily manipulated and could potentially alter the outcome of who takes the White House in 2013.
Brad Friedman, investigative reporter for BradBlog.com, discusses how vulnerable the election process really is.
Brad Friedman, told RT, there is zero transparency in this system, democracy is at risk, our elections process is privatized; some of the voting machines have dubious ownerships to say the least; Mitt Romney’s son and some of his Bain partners and some of the top donors to his campaign, have now taken over, have now acquired the third largest voting machine company in the country. “Hart Intercivic,” a company that owns the notoriously faulty electronic voting machines that will count the ballots in swing state Ohio on November 7. Hart machines will also be used elsewhere in the United States.