Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Did Anonymous prevented Karl Rove Ohio Election Fraud?

You're going to like this! Check out the following surreal and intentionally scary video by Anonymous, warning Karl Rove they were onto his plan to swing the vote in Ohio. For the record, as much as this story plays out like a movie I'd love to see, we still don't know if any of this is true.
Salon: On Election Night, viewers watched in shock as Karl Rove refused to accept the call, confirmed by Fox News analysts, that Ohio had gone to Obama.

A release claiming to be from hacker collective Anonymous alleges there was more behind Rove’s freak-out than first met the eye. The group says that it foiled Rove’s attempt to steal the election in Florida, Virginia and Ohio by using the GOP’s ORCA system. Two weeks prior to Election Night, a typical Anonymous video was released warning Rove against rigging the election. “We want you to know that we are watching you, waiting for you to make this mistake of thinking you can rig this election to your favor,” Anonymous’ ubiquitous Guy Fawkes character warned.

Then, following Obama’s win and Rove’s very public outburst, a group calling themselves “The Protectors,” believed to be comprised of Anonymous hackers, sent a letter to election transparency non-profit, Velvet Revolution, claiming to have thwarted attempts by GOP strategists to flip votes and rig the election in three swing states.

The letter claims that the GOP’s ORCA — a GOTV (Get Out the Vote) system — was in fact designed to rig votes in favor of Romney (although the letter does not verify this or specify how ORCA was designed to do this.) The Protectors claim that they installed a  password protected firewall to block attempts to digitally rig votes:

We coded and created, what we call, The Great Oz. A targeted password protected firewall that we tested and refined over the past weeks. We place this code on more than one of the digital tunnels and their destination’s that Karl’s not so smart worker bees planned to use on election night.“We watched as Karl’s weak corrupters repeatedly tried to penetrate The Great Oz.  These children of his were at a loss-how many times and how many passwords did they try? — exactly 105.”
Here's Thom Hartmann with the story:


  1. The GOP is against voter fraud unless they are the ones committing it. It is interesting that Tagg Romney's firm invested in Ohio voting machines. What I hate is their total disrespect and disregard for the democratic process. I applaud those who stopped them !!

  2. ROVE and GOP were the criminals distracting the public with cries of voter fraud as they try to steal the Presidential Election AGAIN, Thanks Anonymous for looking out for USA

  3. In the contrary its good that Tagg Romney's firm invested in Ohio voting machines. Will certainly visit your site more often no.

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