Californians allegedly voted down Proposition 37, which would have mandated that genetically engineered foods be labeled. The final results on the ballot measure were supposedly 53.1 percent opposed to the measure and 46.9 percent in favor.
Jesse Ventura, former governor of Minnesota, doesn’t believe it:
“I can’t believe the Proposition 37 failed in a comparatively liberal state like California. People don’t want to know what’s in their food? Even China and Russia do it. And the people of California say ‘no we don’t want to know’? Clearly we must ban electronic voting machines. Go back to a paper ballot and hand counting.”
The purpose of electronic voting machines is to eliminate accurate vote tracking of any kind, so that elections can be manipulated at will. Since there is no paper trail, your electronic vote goes into a black hole, where it is easily and invisibly altered. If you question this, then you are dismissed as a “conspiracy theorist.” Where is your proof?
Since there is a limit to how far the 1% can push this theft, the 1% mount propaganda campaigns to get 35-40% of the public to vote “correctly.” That percentage puts an election or referendum within stealing range.