There is more information coming out about the company that New Hampshire hired to do their audit. Last Monday, Dr. Andrew Appel and Mark Lindeman’s Verified Voting was selected to run the audit in Windham, NH where the votes were stolen from Republican candidates. The next day the company was revealed to be more crooked than a dog’s hind leg. Mark Lindeman is opposed to these audits and even signed a letter opposing the audit in Arizona.
Sending the letter didn’t help, so the next best thing is to get the contract to do the audit and fake it. There is no doubt in my mind that you would never get an honest audit from them and you would never know where all of the stolen votes went. Verified Voting has a history of doing just that. There will be another meeting of the Selectmen on Monday at which time they will hopefully do away with Verified Voting.
No0w, something new has come to light. back in 2019 two of the main execs for Verified Voting quit because they said that Verified Voting was unreliable and that they were promoting voting machines of questionable quality, the kind that Democrats love to work with. The more unreliable the better. According to an article at Fast Company back in December 2019 two experts working with Mark Lindeman and Verified Voting quit the organization over claims it was untrustworthy and was endorsing unreliable voting machines.
Via Fast Company:
Amid heightened concerns about the integrity of the voting process in the run-up to the 2020 presidential election, two election security experts recently quit Verified Voting, a respected election accountability group, in protest. They claim that it has been downplaying security risks in popular voting machines.
Richard DeMillo, a Georgia Tech professor who sat on Verified Voter’s advisory board, just left the group, soon after the departure of UC Berkeley statistics professor Philip Stark, a board member who sent a fiery letter of resignation on November 21st. Stark and DeMillo believe that Verified Voting has been giving election officials false confidence in their voting machines and providing cover for the companies that make and sell the machines.
The accountability group wields a lot of clout, since public officials rely on its recommendations when purchasing expensive voting systems. DeMillo, a professor at Georgia Tech University, has been deeply involved in trying to fix the voting systems in Georgia that saw widespread problems during the razor-thin gubernatorial election of 2018. And Stark designed a vote-verification tool that has been adopted by many states and endorsed by Verified Voting.
Part of the reason Verified Voting is such a trusted organization is that its members are respected scientists and researchers from academia. But both Stark and DeMillo believe that the leadership of the organization, including its president Marian Schneider, has its own agenda and has begun making public statements about elections and voting machines that aren’t backed up by science.