Google voting trouble app

Google voting issues map shows disturbing data about the 2016 election

Eric Garland Political Trends 1 Comment

In anticipation of the general election on November 9, Google launched a new app that would allow U.S. citizens to report any trouble they might have voting.

The results on this heat map are disturbing. They show a clear pattern of disruption in swing states – Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, North Carolina – and in heavily Latinx locations such as Phoenix and California.

Yesterday, the head of the National Security Agency – a notoriously quiet bunch of folks – came out for the first time to confirm that “a nation-state” consciously targeted this election.

I confidently predict that this is not the last update about this matter to emerge.

  • Diana Chaya Freedman

    A nation-state also informed the press about the wiki leaks just days before the election, according to the FBI.