Election Fraud: Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro And Deputy Joice Hasselmann Presenting Evidences
President Bolsonaro made a live stream with the Minister of Justice and Public Security, Anderson Torres, on Thursday (29), and it was broadcast on his social networks, with the presence of some journalists.
Videos were presented during the live, showing voters who went to the polls in previous elections and pointed to evidence of fraud in the use of electronic voting machines.
In the 2018 elections, citizens who tried to vote for Bolsonaro found problems in the machines, and the vote recording process didn’t end, causing loss of data and then didn’t count as valid. The videos were recorded by the voters exactly when it happened.
On other occasions, the voters typed 1, the first voting number related to Bolsonaro (17) and the screen showed the opponent’s photo, asking to confirm. In other cases the voter typed in the first number, the photo of the other candidate quickly appeared and automatically ended the voting process, favouring the opponent of the current President of the Republic, Jair Bolsonaro.
They also showed a video of a Hacker demonstrating how it is possible to change the vote for whoever you want, without the voter knowing who he actually voted for.
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It also showed many videos and partial results of previous elections, with evidence of fraud, including journalists commenting live on TV that the results of elections with so fast changes on the numbers were not normal.
In one of the videos, Bolsonaro was already with 49% and would need 51% to win the election in the first round. At the time 90% of the electronic poll’s results were missing to be accounted for, referent to votes from the country’s Southeast region.
The Federal Deputy Joice Hasselmann also stated that the Brazilian elections are a huge fraud in a video presentation recorded in 2018.
Watch the video recorded by the Federal Deputy Joice Hasselman, with English subtitles:
The first evidence of fraud that appeared live on TV came from this moment as the country’s southern region is where Bolsonaro has the greatest support, but on TV his percentage started to drop, ending the election, for a new run-off contest.
Those who took Lula out of jail – former president imprisoned for corruption – annulled the processes against him, making him eligible, and they are the same ones who count the votes every election and want to commit “fraud” in the next elections as well.
Bolsonaro commented that It’s obvious that they want to keep votes without any receipt to do the same fraudulent scheme again. Usually, those in power do the “vote machines tricks”.
I’m doing just the opposite. Democratic elections are those in which you confirm your vote”.
The President, when defending the use of the printed and auditable vote in elections, stated he wants peace during the elections:
Bolsonaro has challenged those who demand that he present evidence that there is fraud in the electronic voting machine, to show that the system cannot be rigged.
“Is it safe to hold elections, is it shielded? Those who accuse me of not presenting evidence, I return the accusation. Show me evidence [that the electronic voting machine] is not a fraud”.
The president also said that he defends the holding of elections.
“We will hold elections next year! I want elections next year, but clean, democratic, honest elections.”
Normally, the presidential live lasts about 1 hour, but this Thursday, exceptionally, it lasted 2 hours and 49 minutes
According to the Oeste Magazine, the ministers of the Supreme Court, Alexandre de Moraes, Dias Toffoli and Gilmar Mendes were visited by party presidents to try to overturn the auditable vote.
The trio of judges had breakfast with leaders of the parties, on Wednesday 30, who later met with the minister of the Supreme Court and current president of the Superior Electoral Court (TSE), Luís Roberto Barroso.
The meetings were attended by party presidents, Luciano Bivar (PSL-PE), Baleia Rossi (MDB-SP), Luís Tibé (Avante), Gilberto Kassab (PSD) and Valdemar Costa Neto (PL). ACM Neto (DEM-BA) and Bruno Araújo (PSDB-PE) participated by telephone. On behalf of the PP, deputy Magarete Coelho (PI) and Republicans, deputy Márcio Marinho (BA) attended.
Bolsonaro stated that Minister Barroso has been taking actions against the proposal for the auditable printed vote, even interfering with the Chamber’s Constitution and Justice Committee (CCJ), to block the project.
Currently in Brazil, the population is going to the streets protesting against the Brazillian elections fraud and demanding a fast change on the voting system, including auditable vote process, as the Brazilian voting machines do not print any receipt, turning it impossible to confer the vote by the citizens.
The situation in Brazil is getting worse as any information about protests and news related to president Bolsonaro is being censured by the media and TV channels.
Even social networks are blocking any content related to the manifestations on the streets, which is making the events bigger than expected, as an answer to the democracy aggression committed by leftists politicians.
In São Paulo, the biggest city of Brazil, the protests in favour of the current government, movement thousands of people to the symbolic Avenida Paulista, in the heart of the metropolis.
In Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro, thousands of people are in the streets demanding vote machines with auditable public counting.
It’s clear the population is not happy with the election system in Brazil, and they want a fast change aiming for safety.
According to Richard Stallman, founder of Fre Software Foundation, a professional hacker, all the voting machines are vulnerable, including the ones inactivity in the United States of America.
Richard had contact with ex-president Lula, convict and arrested in April 2018 due to his involvement with illicit activities and close relationship with criminals.
Stallman states on his personal website that more than 30 tests were made in machines that count votes around the world, and the level of vulnerability is extremely high.
Hackers at Defcon went to work on four different models of US voting machines, and cracked all of them within hours of seeing them for the first time.
Even if some model were totally secure against crackers, it can’t be secure against the company that develops its proprietary software.
If, however, the software is free, and the local election authority can change it, then the machine can’t be secure against the local election authority. There is always someone that can change the software, and we can’t trust that someone.
The hacker, who is alleged by journalists in Brazil, of having contact with the Superior Electoral Court – TSE, is also informing that in Pennsylvania – USA the voting machines had their password cracked extremely easy.
Voting machines used in Virginia and Pennsylvania allowed election-rigging via wifi, for anyone that could crack the machine’s WEP password.To make it even easier, they used the password “ABCDE”. But that is the icing on the cake. There are programs that reliably guess WEP passwords.
No matter what password they had chosen, the machine would still have been vulnerable to anyone with some expertise.Today’s voting computers might have a little better security, but that doesn’t mean they can be trusted. Even if the security is enough to thwart random passers-by, that does not mean it will stop people from the company that made the machine, or people from the election authority, from rigging the election indetectably.
Virginia has decertified this machine, but is the replacement good enough for your elections? The proper criteria are more than a little more strict.Even if the computer’s security isn’t so weak that outsiders can crack it, that doesn’t mean you can trust it. The manufacturer might rig the election; the election authority might rig the election.
Some pictures are circulating in Brazil connecting many members of the Labours Party (PT – Partido dos Trabalhadores) to hackers who are proving that the elections are not safe if votes will be counted by these vulnerable machines.