Anonymous claims it hacked Karl Rove’s vote stealing operation on Election night

As reported from Democratic Underground:

Anonymous (we think it is Anonymous?) says Karl Rove was gonna vote fraud all the Machines, and that’s why he was so flabbergasted and refused to believe it when Fox called Ohio for Bamz, but they stopped him from stealing all the Machines by jamming up ORCA, because it was not actually a GOTV system but a “steal the vote” system, but they stopped him, we are pretty sure that is what the following letter, which we guess is from Anonymous probably, says.


The video:


Although this is definitely conspiracy filled, it does explain why Ham Rove’s head was exploding live on FOX news on Election night – even saying after the race was called, that ‘the numbers were going to change in Ohio’

(See about 1:42 in the video)

4 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. Duke Coxdukeco1 says:

    I think it is fascinating, if true. Anonymous is one of the most interesting organizations(?)in our society and represents the cutting edge of populism and citizen action…or anarchy, if you prefer.

  2. Lurker19 says:

    over at DailyChaos.

  3. cdsmith says:

    Anonymous, to the extent that they really exist as a group rather than just a brand name that various people claim, knows how to do DOS attacks and other low-sophistication idiocy.  The internet equivalent of showing up and shouting really loud so nothing can get done.  The idea that they investigated and discovered Karl Rove’s voting fraud is not really credible.  But that they claimed to do this because people would want to believe it… yeah, that’s actually right up their alley.

  4. Duke Coxdukeco1 says:

    that, I thought, were verified and fairly widely disseminated. I also recall they had the temerity to threaten a drug cartel, unless that was a phony story…I never saw anything of the outcome.

    All the same, even the perceived threat of such a privacy invasion must concern a great many folks.

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