Skip to comments.State Board of Elections meeting ends in screaming, arguing
Posted on 10/17/2019 4:06:31 PM PDT by Republican Wildcat
FRANKFORT, Ky. (LEX 18) Tuesday's State Board of Elections meeting started off as normal, but it ended with arguing, screaming, cursing and people storming out after the meeting.
The fighting continued as LEX 18's Political Reporter Karolina Buczek stood in the hallway, waiting for an interview after the meeting. You can hear Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes yelling in a room, as Executive Director of State Board of Elections Jared Dearing told our crew, "it's a circus and chaos." Then Grimes walked out, letting LEX 18 know she would be available for an interview outside.
That's when Grimes brought out poster boards and the meeting got heated. The posters show information on the voter registration system and as soon as Grimes put up the first poster, Dearing, and other members, got upset that the information was being shown, and he addressed the LEX 18 crew in the room.
"It shows our fields and how our fields are located in the system," said Dearing. He then asked the LEX 18 photographer in the room, "Please do not air that on television sir."
"Please do not put our system at risk by putting how our fields are laid out on television in this state. This is beyond irresponsible," said Dearing.
(Excerpt) Read more at lex18.com ...
Sounds like an Official Meltdown!
Sounds like Nancy Pelosi was there.
Another super-intelligent Democrat at the head
Notice that the terrorist media ignored the integrity of the elections and aired the boards anyway, even after they were told how dangerous it was.
Grimes wants the servers to be hacked, and the media is helping her.
This usually means Democrats are encountering reality.
What do they mean by “fields”? Maybe precincts? Couldn’t be; precinct boundaries are not secret.
Maybe the dimwit was told to steal the elections in KY and is feeling the heat!
My phone won’t allow me to listen. Is there another link?
Fields could be a computer term for how data is organized in a file. Name, address1 ... would be useful for hackers.
Maybe the data fields in the voter registration system?
Hacking electronic voting is not that difficult—if you work for the company that manufactures the machines or writes the software or monitors or transmits any data.
Those employees could be bribed or blackmailed—or could be bad actors themselves.
The hacks could be hardware or software or monkey in the middle if the data is transmitted _anywhere_.
The potential reward of such hacking _far_ outweigh the risks of getting caught.
Electronic voting is a mega disaster imho—it cannot be fixed.
I don't see how knowing where the fields are in any way endangers their system. If you can hack in all you have to do is look up your own data or the data of someone you know and you should be able to figure out how the fields are laid out.
Oh, right. I should’ve thought of that. I did a bunch of relational databases, field mapping, data conversions, etc. Good to know I’ve been retired long enough that database lingo isn’t the first thing to pop in my mind. :)
>>What do they mean by fields? Maybe precincts? Couldnt be; precinct boundaries are not secret.<<
She seems to be talking about computer fields, as in the layout of their database information, which would be useful info for hackers.
"Because of system's securities, I think any IT or systems professional will tell you, there are some systems parameters that you don't publish and you don't make them public, and so I am asking you as journalists, as professionals, as voters of the Commonwealth - I hope you're registered - that you not publish those," he said.
"LEX 18 did not listen to that request because everything that was discussed at the meeting happened in an open, public meeting and the information was released by an elected official, the Secretary of State.
Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes. Looked her up. Democrat. As I figured.
“To call this outrageous conduct is an understatement. “
We recently had a council meeting in Longmont, Co. where a catlady councilwomen told us that if she wanted to she could restrict gun owners to flintlock rifles.
I recently got a DB extract for my county’s voters. The party is using it to make some contacts. I can see all of the useful fields. Perhaps there is some other key data they do not share, but I’m guessing I see and others can see “the fields”. Oh, I’ve also done some data work though I was primarily a process analyst. So, what’s the concern?
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