EXCLUSIVE: Proposed Bills to Florida Legislature Will Address Hundreds of Missing Controls in State’s Election Process | The Gateway Pundit
Guest post by Joe Hoft – republished with permission
In Florida and across the nation, nearly two-thirds of all controls in the election process are missing. Three bills proposed to the Florida legislature are expected to address the bulk of the state’s missing controls.
Last week JoeHoft.com released a report showing that nearly two-thirds of the controls related to the election process across the country were missing.
This is a horrible result. In the corporate world, ALL controls related to financial reporting must be in place before external auditors will sign off on the annual financials for major US corporations. This means that up to 1,000 controls or more have to be in place for the financials to be certified.
Financial controls are the procedures, policies, and means by which an organization monitors and controls the direction, allocation, and usage of its financial resources. Financial controls are at the very core of resource management and operational efficiency in any organization.
In US elections Americans are being swindled into believing that the election process is the same as processes in other industries. They are not.
With two-thirds of all controls missing, US elections should be shut down today until this is fixed.
A group of concerned citizens in Florida have put together proposed legislation to address the many controls not in place in Florida elections. They believe that their three proposed bills will address most of the controls missing in the state election process.
This team reviewed the security risks for a typical county in the state and identified hundreds of security control risks. This is depicted in the chart below.
Once the risks in an election were outlined and then mapped out in the diagram above, the risks were grouped into three main areas: Vote By Mail, Voter Registration, and Election systems.
This group of concerned citizens then drafted three proposed bills for the Florida legislature to pass that would address the major risks in Florida’s elections.
Below is supplemental information and support for the bills proposed: