Reprograming A Win For American Voters

Reprograming A Win For American Voters
The Siliconreview
02 June, 2021

Matt Esper, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

“Programming today is a race between software engineers striving to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs, and the Universe trying to produce bigger and better idiots. So far, the Universe is winning” was written in 1990 by Rick Cook in his book The Wizardry Complied and that statement may have been an omen of things to come in 2021.

Producing bigger and better idiots seems to have become a hallmark of today’s short attention span theater general populace. “We are living in the greatest time in history with access all the information the world has to offer” states internet and technology pioneer Jovan Hutton Pulitzer, “You can attend a Yale class online, however at the same time we have access to deep and meaningful knowledge base, people have come to think that news and the real facts about news can be found by just skimming headlines or reading a blast of 280 characters tweeted. At the same time, we have transformed into the most knowledged people of recent history, we have become the dumbest, the most incoherent and ADHD version of mankind to ever devolve”.


Many feel the programming logic of mankind has become corrupted over time.  The proverbial crossing of the wires now has one segment of the American population committing crimes to supposedly gain equal treatment under the law, while at the very same time those who comprise the segment which statistically commit the least crimes of the populace are being incarcerated for not wearing a facemask or being put in social media jail for expressing their free speech regarding religion, sexuality, and personal freedom.

Modern day has become the juxtaposition offered by Charles Dickens in A Tale of Two Cities, "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair…” The general election of 2016 where Donald J. Trump handed defeat to Hillary Clinton seems to have triggered something within one set of Americans and then the 2020 general election which currently shows Joe Biden received more votes than Donald J. Trump has trigged the other side and literally split America into two distinct cities (or factions). Better said, two collective camps and as Robert C. Martin wrote in Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software “Truth can only be found in one place: the code.” Truth can only be found in the code is parroted by Pulitzer, but he insists two unique things must be focused upon, “All the existing voting machines and election system programming code must be burned to the ground and we must pay attention to the most important piece of the code of all – the printed ballot which the votes are cast upon.”


If programming geeks were to dive into the history of machine-based voting systems, they would discover there have been consistent and serious code and programming issues with American voting machines since 1970.  There have been a few other constants as well, such as the media is forbidden to talk about it, court judges don’t want to touch lawsuits over it and, if you talk about it publicly you are called a lunatic or conspiracy theorist (some things never change, do they?)

One geek regularly on the receiving end of controversy is Jovan Hutton Pulitzer and this 2020 general election crisis has fueled his creative furnace and he is on fire to reprogram voting as a win for American voters and not the politicians. “The voting companies claim their code is proprietary and cannot be looked at, but the simple truth is the programing should be as simple as the original 1971 Busicom LE-120A, known as the HANDY, the first handheld calculator to use a ‘calculator on a chip’ integrated circuit” Pulitzer continues, “Hell the first mechanical calculators was invented by Blaise Pascal in 1642 and it could add, subtract, divide and multiply then, so why it is in 379 years later in 2021 we still have simple problems with counting up votes? The answer is simply the code is cloaking what really goes on, under the guise of privacy and secrecy.”


Every programmer knows the first law of truth in code- the machine only does what the programmer programed it to do. There are no accidents, there are improvements and upgrades, but there are no accidents in operating and released code. Pulitzer offers up some of the intentional coding errors (or opportunities as he calls them), “Why does a voting machine need to be able to count a vote – or any vote for that matter – fractionally? The only legal time counting this way was conducted was when the Three-fifths Compromise was reached state delegates during the 1787 United States Constitutional Convention due to disputes over how enslaved people would be counted when determining a state's total population.  This number would determine a state's number of seats in the House of Representatives and how much it would pay in taxes. The compromise counted three-fifths of each state's enslaved population toward that state's total population for the purpose of apportioning the House of Representatives. Even though enslaved people were denied voting rights, this gave Southern states a third more Representatives and a third more presidential electoral votes than if enslaved people had not been counted. Free Blacks were not subject to the compromise and counted as one full citizen for representation.  The 1886 Fourteenth Amendment repealed the compromise of ‘fractional counting of a human being’, so why do our voting machines in 2021 allow this? There are only two reasons. The code was written that way, and it was designed to allow certain chosen ones (politicians) a win to rule over people, unethically”


“History shows us that American election machines and devices have become more complicated and cumbersome versus getting smarter and more efficient like all other technology has evolved” states Pulitzer, “When we can now do computation faster and more efficient than ever, combined with the realization that the specifications of the Apollo 11 computer are laughable by modern standards. Apollo’s 1.024MHz processor with 2KB of RAM compares so poorly to the power inside a modern computer that it becomes ridiculous. Yet that simple of a computer sent mankind into outer space and computing is now over 120,000 times faster than that particular computing feat and we still have not fixed our voting systems!” Pulitzer continues, “In 1962 math and NASA pioneer Kathrine Johnson began calculating the flight path, or trajectory path, for the rocket to put the first American in space in 1961. Engineers knew when and where theyimage wanted the space capsule to land, but the tricky part was to calculate when and where the rocket would have to launch. Johnson figured it out! That was in 1962, I was not even born yet, and we had the technology to figure out an exact almost impossible mathematical analysis, and here we still can’t figure out our voting systems and machines? Why? If you step back and stop looking at our current systems as a whole and look at the various parts individually and how they report to districts, states and even the media, you soon realize there are so many points of potential outside interference is it as if it was intentionally created for the opportunity to misuse the system for personal gain.”

“Instead of a streamlined, tightly controlled system of voting all the machines and all the codes on those various machines have a history of errors, nefarious activities, questionable tallies and even direct human interference, yet we still keep buying the same old systems with taxpayers’ dollars” “Why would anyone keep buying the same systems over and over, with a long history of issues, unless those issues were actually selling features to those in the know?”


Pulitzer recommends our readers get a free download copy of two books on how our voting systems have been compromised historically. One book is titled “Votescam: The Stealing of America by James Collier” and “Black Box Voting by Bev Harris”. “The media today tells you our voting systems are perfect, and they cannot be compromised. Social media even bans your ability to discuss it, so I suggest go back in time to the paper (in this case these two books online) and read for yourself just how long all this nefarious stuff has been going on and how the code; time and time again is never changed to stop the problems but is actually coded to make it more undetectable to outsiders and auditors. That’s why I say it is a selling feature. If it were bad code or broken programming it would have been fixed and shut off, however in a coding sense they just moved the doorway for the same activity to a different location”. 


“When I exposed nefarious activities in the Georgia ballots and election in December 2020, the Secretary of States response was not to investigate the claim but release a smear campaign about me” shares Pulitzer, “They keep on propagating the lie and the media helps sell it, that these machines do not have modems. That is an outright lie, not only do they have modems, but they also have numerous kinds of modems to communicate over many different systems and platforms” “I think the public finally has their eyes opened to this ‘don’t look here’ shenanigans and are now wanting this nonsense to stop- forever!”


In 2018 observers recorded the wireless transmission of election results for an ES&S DS200 digital scanner voting machines at a Broward County polling place on Election Day.  “Don’t think this is an isolated incident because it is not. This happens and has happened in every single state and is very provable and well documented. But the media works to turn your mind into zombie mush in order to aid and abet these well-known and not-so-secret activities. They always have and they always will until our entire voting and election system in the United States of America is burned to the ground and started over from scratch” states Pulitzer and that is exactly what he intends to do.


Pulitzer has recently achieved even more notoriety and opposition ire over his development of his patented Kinematic Artifact Detection Platform which is designed to catch nefarious voting activities on ballots.  He states that what he has learned about detecting fraud, counterfeiting and nefarious voting activities can be developed into the type of voting system and platform American Voters deserve.

“Everything which is broke in the American voting system is 100% fixable and fixable permanently” claims Pulitzer, “The American Voters deserve a real win when it comes to voting and that win is not about a particular candidate or party, but a win assuring all voters of all parties their votes count, cannot be changed, are not fractionalized and cannot be usurped.  This can be achieved, but it will take the backing and outcry of American Voter in mass, because the corrupt system will not go down easy. They will pull out the big guns, make all kinds of outrageous claims about me and my abilities and the media will join in, while at the same time selling into American minds that our current voting systems are perfect and unimpeachable.”

It is a large David and Goliath battle in modern times, but if there ever was a modern David who was willing and convinced, he could bring down the Goliath, it might just be a first-generation American Jew named Jovan Hutton Pulitzer.