The idea of a “security blanket” is just that—an idea. While it affords comfort, that feeling of implied safety enjoys none of the benefits of fact. In the realm of election security, facts are the only thing that matters.
The security blanket for the past five years has been the idea that voting machines are not connected to the internet, so votes can’t be changed.
This is a true statement, in the literal sense. Unfortunately, the machines are not always as safe as we may...Read More