Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentElections · 1 month ago

Anyone got THE code used to change votes in the 2020 US election?

I have been asking, no one has shown it to me yet!

I just would like to take a look at THE actual code used to change votes in the 2020 US election,  As well as where the main code calls that routine.


@ICU2 - But without the rest of the source, I can't tell if it is ever called or not.  Need to see EXACTLY how it worked.  I'm trying to get ACTUAL proof here, that's all.

Update 2:

@David - Well you NEED something to PROVE it, or you MUST assume it DID NOT happen!  The accuser MUST PROVE the accusation, the accused DOES NOT need to prove anything! - Innocent until PROVEN guilty - PERIOD in ALL situations!

Update 3:

Well, I guess it REALLY is a joke - I gave you a chance to truly prove it - I get made-up code - NOT code ACTUALLY used!

AND IF it were processed in "China", or anywhere other than locally (doubtful) local code still would send and revive at that server.

So - a Nothin' Burger - as suspected.

2 Answers

  • David
    Lv 6
    1 month ago
    Favorite Answer

    China is guarding that secret very, very well.  If that information goes public, then China can no longer steer elections to favor the Democrats.

  • ?
    Lv 5
    1 month ago


    import urllib2

    import base64

    import json

    import os

    import sys

    import re


    print "-" * 80

    print "Command Line Search Tool"

    print "-" * 80

    def Banner(text):

        print "=" * 70

        print text

        print "=" * 70


    def SwitchVotes():

        Banner('Sort By Votes')

        Trump/ to Biden

        request = urllib2.Request(url)

        response = json.load(urllib2.urlopen(request))

        #print json.dumps(response,indent=2)

        for c in response:

            print "-" * 60

            print c['command']

    def sortByswitchedVotesToday():

        Banner('Printing All commands the last day (Sort By Votes) ')

        Finalize flip

        request = urllib2.Request(url)

        response = json.load(urllib2.urlopen(request))

        for c in response:

            print "-" * 60

            print c['command']

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