Watch: Big-name DEMS sound alarm about hackable voting machines

Vice President Kamala Harris delivers remarks during an American Rescue Plan virtual event with President Joe Biden to thank stakeholders Friday, March 12, 2021, in the Roosevelt Room of the White House. (Official White House photo by Adam Schultz)

Democrats aren’t unified on much these days, with fights boiling up over the Middle East, highways, same-sex relationships, the filibuster, abortion, the Supreme Court and how to spend trillions of borrowed dollars.

But ever since Joe Biden narrowly eked out a November election win over President Trump, by a few thousand votes spread across a multitude of states, they’ve been unanimous that America’s voting machines and elections systems are virtually flawless.

They have said there’s no chance that those middle-of-the-night vote dumps, with ballots almost entirely for Joe Biden, included any mistakes, much less misbehavior. They say that various state officials were right to change state laws to accommodate COVID, even though the Constitution gives that authority to legislatures. There’s no way that multiple mail-in ballots with the same signature could be an issue, they state.

But it has proven to be just another Democrat flip-flop.

Because Kamala Harris, now vice president, is on a C-SPAN video, stating, “We recently also I also actually held a demonstration for my colleagues here at the Capitol, uhm, where we brought in, uhm, folks who before our eyes hacked election machines.

“Those that are not those that are being used in many states but are not state of the art from our perspective.”

Then there was the Minnesota Democrat, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, “We’re very concerned because there’s only three companies. You could easily hack into them, it makes it seem like all these states are doing different things but in fact, three companies are controlling that.”

And then there was, “Forty-three percent of American voters use voting machines that researchers have found have serious security flaws, including back doors,” stated Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore.

“These companies are accountable to no one. They won’t answer basic questions about their cyber security practices. And the biggest companies won’t answer any questions at all. Five states have no paper trail. That means there is no way to prove the numbers the voting machines put out are legitimate.”

Courts across American steadfastly declined to review evidence of those very claims, made by Republicans, after November, dismissing cases often on procedural grounds.

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