Always fun to speculate
RE: Solarwinds - did the voting machine companies really use Solarwinds? Seems odd.
That would be "not so good", because it throws some actual doubt on the voting machine
integrity. So, then, it "sort of" follows that it might not have been the Russians with their
Cozy Bears, because, wasn't the whole idea for about four years, that Trump is a puppet
of Putin? The Russians would have loved to get Trump for another four years.
So, that confuses me a little. But not too much. Does anyone consider it possible for any American democrat to be smart enough to "pretend to be a fake Cozy Bear, break into Solarwinds, compromise 18,000 companies just to make it look like everyone is getting attacked, including the Dominion software company, and take over something like 20,000 voting machines, most of which are running on separate networks, with separate id's and passwords, in thousands of separate voting places"?
Highly unlikely. I am not that smart, so how can anyone be smarter than me? (It's a joke.)
Are there any democrats that speak Russian, write hacking software, and such? Aside from
Mila Kunis, who I consider "too cute to be a spy", and she doesn't hack, because that's not
(Yes, I am waiting for a movie with that title "Too cute to be a spy!" )
Since I am more on the democrat side, I have been told by many Republicans that
democrats are idiots, dummies, fanatic leftist communist weirdos, environmentalists, involved
in child sex trade, globalists, crazed socialists who want a (gaaasp) affordable health care system,
who of course want to destroy "America" as we know it. In other words, if they are right, then I must
be fairly dumb.
One thing is certain: A good portion of Republicans simply cannot believe that Trump lost. In their minds, everything is rigged, corrupted, based on lies, etc. A few Republicans can believe that Trump lost, because they are tired of the ongoing absurd nonsensical political theater.
Next, Democrats of course believe that nothing was rigged, because the system is safe and secure.
To solve this puzzle, I remember the way one ensures that a pie is divided exactly into two equal parts: Let the democrat cut it in half, and let the Republican choose which half to take. (This works the same the other way round).
To apply this to a voting process, one would have to obtain two sets of voting machines:
A set of Democratic voting machines manufactured by a Democratic company, with Democratic security software and democratic/republican supervision,
and a second set of Republican voting machines manufactured by a Republican company, with a Republican security software, also under a democratic/republican supervision.
Each voter votes twice, i.e. once on the democratic and once on the republican machine.
If the count on both sets of these machines comes out to be the same (within a 0.0000005% margin of error) then we could rest assured that neither set was rigged. And if there is a large difference, then we'd have something to bitch about and investigate the why, and how, and what for.
Of course, this is too expensive, and ridiculous. But then again, if both sides trust each other as much as CIA and KGB in a movie spy exchange (complete with fog, light rain, at night, on a bridge, with stark lighting, guns and binoculars on both sides), then how else can you convince anyone?