Dishonest scales are an abomination to the LORD, But a just weight is His delight. Proverbs 11:1
Most Americans have no idea that, in the vast majority of states where electronic voting machines are used, final ballot tabulations are not handled by their state and local governments, and haven’t been for years.
In the early 2000s, county and state governments began to farm out the tedius process of tablulating election ballots to private technology companies. It would be faster and more efficient, the tech giants promised.
So they did away with paper ballots and everything went digital.
When sporadic issues cropped up across the country, Americans cried foul and demanded a paper trail. The software companies were happy to oblige.
They reponded by allowing the voting machines to spit out what appeared to be a paper “ballot.” This made everyone think they had the ability to scrutinize their ballot choices, making sure the piece of paper they held in their hand showed the correct names of the candidates for whom they voted before running it through a scanner and officially “casting” their ballot.
This whole process has now been exposed as a clever mirage, an act of chicanery by the technology wizzards.
That piece of paper you held in your hand was not really a ballot at all.