Nunes suggests paper ballots

Rep. Devin Nunes recently suggested banning electronic voting systems due to security concerns.  Via The Washington Times:

“The one thing we’ve been warning about for many, many years on the intelligence committee is about the electronic voting systems. Those are really dangerous in my opinion, and should not be used,” Mr. Nunes, California Republican, said in an interview aired Thursday on Hill.TV’s “Rising.”

“I think anybody that does that, and that’s communicating over the web, it’s going to be a challenge. So you have to make sure that you limit that as much as possible, and we need a paper trail so that you can go back in case you have to do a manual recount,” Mr. Nunes added.

The congressman suggested banning electronic voting systems in response to a question raised concerning the state of election security, and particularly whether the November 2018 midterms will be able to withstand any potential interference on par with efforts waged during the 2016 U.S. presidential race.

It’s safe to assume Rep. Nunes has more information than we have to deal with regarding election security.  He knows the hacking attempts and the voter fraud that’s occurred in the past election.  And I’m sure it’s much worse and much more rampant than the traitorous MSM has let on.  But not from Russia.  Lax voter ID laws I’m sure have led to massive amounts of illegals voting and being completely covered up.  It’s a great idea and I think ultimately is a major backfire against the Democrats.  All the hysteria they’ve drummed up about Russia meddling with our election yet their constant screaming that voter ID would be racist somehow to certain groups of people puts them in a real bind.  You can’t tighten up voter security without hurting a constituent that would be voting heavily in favor of the left.  Paper ballots greatly reduce a lot of security risks and also I’m sure makes it much harder to commit election fraud on a broad scale.

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