Computer mistrust

By Dorothy Knight Burchett

New Castle, formerly of Knox

When I first started using computers back in the 1980s, I was amazed and dismayed to learn that information could be changed with a stroke of a key, even after the information had been filed and put away -- even by someone else who had access to my file.

So, when I first learned that the election process was going to be converted from paper to computer, I was, naturally, concerned.

While, I believe, some fraud has taken place through the years, more or less, in some places, the year 2020 may have been the ultimate.

There have been many allegations of fraud in Pennsylvania, as well as other states, during the 2020 election.

The fact the media says there is no evidence to support fraud, is because courts refuse to listen to whistleblowers with eyewitness accounts.

They will not accept documentation by Mike Lindell, founder of My Pillow, or Peter Navarro, a professor who holds a doctorate in economics from Harvard University.

Are these judges corrupt, or were they bribed or threatened?

I would like to see the 2020 elections done again, on paper, with no drop boxes and the results counted by hand by the military.

It would be interesting and liberating to see who would win the elections this time.