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How Intelligent is Artificial Intelligence on the Subject of Election Integrity?

 

By Randy Schiffer | June 24, 2024

 

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been a hot topic for criticism, technological development, and usage in recent months. There is a free, online, text-based platform for AI that anyone can access merely by typing any question into, and a “very intelligent” response will be provided. (www.chapgpt.com)

 

As an organization that has spent the past few years researching, investigating, and educating people about election inconsistencies, it was interesting to note AI’s perspective on grand scale election fraud. Read on to find out exactly what AI states about this subject.


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Question posed:

 

“Hypothetically, if state-level election officials in concert with super wealthy outside donors were planning to steal an election, they had inflated the voter rolls far above the voting age population, they had installed voting machine computers for vote counting, they had a history of employing paid mules to stuff drop boxes around the state with fake, ghost ballots, what would be their next most likely plan to steal an upcoming election?”

 

AI Answer:

 

“In a hypothetical scenario where there is a coordinated effort to manipulate an election as described, several potential strategies could be employed to further their plan. These strategies might include:

 

1. Manipulating Voter Registration and Roll Maintenance:

--Continue to inflate voter rolls with ineligible or nonexistent voters to create a pool of

potential votes that can be exploited.

 

2. Tampering with Absentee and Mail-in Ballots:

--Increase the use of absentee and mail-in ballots, which could be more susceptible to

fraud if proper controls are not in place.


--Use the identities from the inflated voter rolls to submit fake absentee ballots.

 

3. Controlling Polling Places and Vote Counting Centers:

--Place sympathetic or corrupt officials in key positions at polling places and vote

counting centers to influence the counting process.


--Limit or obstruct access to poll watchers and observers who could report irregularities.

 

4. Exploiting Voting Machines and Software:

--Install and manipulate voting machines or software to alter vote counts directly.


--Ensure that there is limited transparency and auditability of the vote counting process.

 

5. Disinformation and Propaganda:

--Use disinformation campaigns to confuse or mislead voters about the voting process,

deadlines, and their polling locations.


--Spread false narratives to discredit legitimate election results and create doubt about

the integrity of the electoral process.

 

6. Co-opting Media and Communication Channels:

--Control or heavily influence media outlets to shape public perception and narrative

around the election.


--Suppress negative information about their activities and promote favorable coverage.

 

7. Legal and Legislative Maneuvers:

--Pass laws or regulations that make it easier to commit or cover up fraud, such as

reducing transparency requirements or eliminating certain safeguards.


--Use legal challenges to delay or disrupt the certification of election results.

 

8. Intimidation and Suppression:

--Intimidate voters, especially those likely to vote against the conspirators, to suppress

turnout.


--Use targeted disqualification or purging of legitimate voters from the rolls.

 

(AI's conclusion) It is important to note that these strategies are illegal and unethical, and any real-world instances of such actions should be thoroughly investigated and prosecuted to uphold the integrity of democratic elections. This response is purely hypothetical and does not suggest that such activities are occurring or should be condoned.”

 

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Because the United States is the land of the free because of the actions of the brave, it is actions that will continue to keep and/or save the country, so a follow-up question was asked of AI. 

 

Question Posed:

 

“How could such a plan for grand scale, statewide election theft be disrupted, thwarted, and neutralized so that the election is fair from the perspective of free citizens? Assume the highest level election officials are corrupt (secretary of state, director of elections, county clerks), but many of the city and township clerks are good people. Also assume that the county prosecutors have not taken any credible, legitimate actions to prosecute known instances of election fraud including full police investigation reports implicating super wealthy NGOs and outside funding?”

 

AI Answer:

 

“To address the hypothetical scenario where grand-scale election theft is being orchestrated by high-level officials while lower-level city and township clerks remain committed to fairness, and where county prosecutors are inactive, free citizens could take several steps to disrupt, thwart, and neutralize the plan. Here are actionable strategies:

 

1. Mobilize Citizen Oversight and Reporting

 

Grassroots Monitoring:

--Organize citizen watchdog groups to monitor the entire election process, from voter

registration to ballot counting.


--Train volunteers to serve as poll watchers and challengers, ensuring a presence at every

polling place and counting center.

 

Whistleblower Platforms:

--Set up anonymous tip lines and secure online platforms for city and township clerks, as

well as other insiders, to report any suspicious activities without fear of retaliation.

 

2. Leverage Media and Public Awareness

 

Media Partnerships:

--Work with independent and investigative journalists to bring attention to irregularities

and potential fraud. Use media coverage to apply public pressure on corrupt officials.


--Utilize social media to spread awareness and document evidence of fraud, ensuring

that information reaches a wide audience quickly.

 

Public Campaigns:

--Conduct public awareness campaigns to educate voters on how to spot and report

fraud, the importance of their vote, and measures being taken to protect the election.

 

3. Utilize Legal and Judicial Channels

 

Legal Action:

--Engage with independent legal organizations and civil rights groups to file lawsuits

challenging unlawful election practices and seeking court orders to enforce fair

procedures.


--Pursue court injunctions to prevent the use of questionable voting machines or

processes and to mandate transparency in the election process.

 

Judicial Appeals:

--Appeal to higher courts if local courts are compromised. Federal courts may be more

receptive to hearing cases about election integrity and enforcement of federal election

laws.

 

4. Advocate for Federal Oversight

 

Federal Agencies:

--Petition federal agencies, such as the Department of Justice and the Federal Election

Commission, to investigate and intervene in cases of widespread election fraud and

corruption.


--Request the involvement of federal observers to monitor the election process in areas

with known issues.

 

5. Strengthen Local Efforts

 

Empower Local Clerks:

--Support and collaborate with the honest city and township clerks to ensure they have

the resources and backing to conduct fair elections within their jurisdictions.


--Provide legal and security assistance to protect these clerks from intimidation and

retaliation.

 

Community Organization:

--Organize local community groups to assist with election-related activities, such as

helping voters understand their rights, ensuring turnout, and monitoring polling places.

 

6. Ensure Transparent and Secure Voting Processes

 

Paper Ballots and Audits:

--Advocate for the use of paper ballots and post-election audits to verify electronic

results, ensuring a verifiable paper trail for all votes.


--Push for random and comprehensive audits in multiple jurisdictions to detect and deter

fraudulent activities.

 

Blockchain and Technology:

--Explore the use of blockchain technology for secure and transparent vote counting,

making tampering more difficult.

 

7. Foster Accountability and Consequences

 

Public Accountability:

--Maintain pressure on public officials through continuous public scrutiny and demand

accountability for any actions or inactions regarding election fraud.


--Use public platforms to name and shame officials who are complicit in undermining the

election.

 

Voter Mobilization:

--Mobilize voters to participate in every aspect of the electoral process, from attending

town halls to voting in every election, ensuring that corrupt officials are held

accountable at the ballot box.

 

8. International Oversight

 

International Observers:

--Invite international election observers from reputable organizations to monitor the

election process, providing an impartial assessment of its fairness and integrity.


--Publicize the findings of international observers to add credibility to reports of fraud

or misconduct.

 

(AI's conclusion) By employing these strategies, free citizens can work to counteract efforts to steal an election, ensuring that the process remains fair and transparent despite the presence of corrupt officials at higher levels.”

 

We all have work to do. There is a country worth fighting for here. 

 

Randy Schiffer is an electrical engineer, a USAF veteran and an election integrity advocate with a focus on Michigan. He has studied election irregularities extensively with a focus on Michigan for three-plus years and has worked with a number of election integrity groups, including Check My Vote and Michigan Fair Elections. GETTR: @RandySchiffer | Truth Social: @RandySchiffer | Twitter / X: @RandySchiffer


 

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