Sounds like a very complicated issue to fix, but fortunately, it is very easy to fix. Consider that every paper money bill created has its own unique serial number, as well as every check written against a bank account. Why aren't voting ballots created this way? Cash money bills also have water marks to protect them from counterfeiters. Are voting ballots just not that important? They seem even MORE important, as our entire constitution, democracy, economy, healthcare system, and national security are now falling apart at the seams thanks to counterfeit ballots. It's time to make that change, and right now.
Cash money bills each have their own unique eight-digit-long code on them, with other letters and numbers that denote the YEAR the bill was made and where it was printed. Think about that for a minute. A total of eleven numbers and letters on each bill that can be traced using the present system, to find a specific transaction that took place, from a certain customer, at a specific merchant, retailer or bank teller. Now imagine verifying every single voting ballot this way. That would almost entirely systematically end the fraud and 'stop the steal' of future elections in this country.
Now, hold up money and passports to a bright light and you will see watermarks that are quite difficult to counterfeit. On a twenty dollar bill, there's a watermark of Andrew Jackson's face. That could easily be put on every voting ballot from now on. Watermarks like this help identify the grade of paper and the manufacturer of that paper. That means all of the counterfeit ballots made for Biden in 2020 would be traceable and could be tracked. Every ballot that was counted two or more times would be reduced to a single count in a matter of seconds, and the manufacturer surely busted for fraud, forgery, conspiracy, treason, and many other crimes.
Why would we ever want people from a foreign country helping decide who runs our country? Could it be because the Democrats are in debt (in more ways than one) to Communist China? Could it be because the Democrat Party is notoriously famous for giving free handouts, including money, food, housing, jobs, and drivers' licenses to illegal immigrants, assuming they will vote accordingly, if given the capability?
Welcome to our amazing technological world, where we protect money with serial numbers, rare paper, and watermarks, but voting ballots can be duplicated easier than a middle school math quiz on a standard copy machine.
When will voting ballots, like money, have QR codes, patterned micro-perforations, interact with magnets, and bear watermarks, serial numbers, or even social security numbers on them? And why not already, in this ever-digitizing world? Where's Bill Gates with all his billions of dollars now? He must be too busy working on funding more toxic vaccines and cutting American farmland deals with the CCP.
The first watermark on a bill dates back to Italy in the 1200s. The English used watermarks on money in the late 1400s, so that papermakers and mouldmakers could not counterfeit money for revolutionary governments. By the 1840s, the English were producing the first 3-D watermarks. Today, in the USA, we have watermarks bearing the portraits on every bill from $5 dollar bills on up to $100 bills. These are also embedded to secure authentic banknotes.
Social Security numbers were created in the USA in 1936 to track earning histories of US citizens, and to compute benefit levels and entitlements. Every citizen has a social security number, that you need to apply for a job, or credit card, or a bank account, or private insurance, or to obtain a home loan, but NOT to vote. Why not? We track everything else, but never voting ballots.
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