Computer scientists Suggests Clinton campaign to Question Election Results

Published On:November 23, 2016, 12:22 pm

In the latest so far, according to a particular source, Hillary Clinton's campaign is being insisted by a group of topmost computer scientists to urge for a recall with the counting of votes in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

The expert scientist strongly feel that they have found evidence that the total figure of the votes in these three states could have been falsified and manipulated or might be hacked and presented to top Hillary auxiliaries on a call last Thursday.

J. Alex Halderman, one of the scientists and the director of the University of Michigan Center for Computer Security and Society, stated to the Clinton campaign they feel there is a trend which is subject to questioning of Clinton performing much worse in territorial divisions which relied on electronic voting machines as compared to paper ballots and optical scanners.

Clinton's campaign chairman, Mr. John Podesta and Marc Elias, who is the Campaign's general counsel were informed, that Clinton garnered 7% lesser votes in regions which were dependent on electronic voting machines, and according to the source they were hacked. The scientist group told Elias and Podesta that since they did not find any legit evidence of hacking, the pattern needs to be looked at from an independant review angle.

President-elect Donald Trump's transition team received a message which was not reverted immediately.

There were vast concerns pertaining to the hacking a month ahead of the election, which included the Obama administration blaming Russia of trying to breach and violate the voter registration data. However, earlier this month the cybersecurity experts and the election officials said that it is virtually impossible for Russia to influence the election result.

One of the former Clinton aide refuse to answer question regarding if they would request for an audit based on the alleged findings.

Moreover, a minimum of three electors have taken an oath to not vote for Trump and to ask for a "reasonable Republican alternative for president through Electoral College," according to the statement from a group named Hamilton Electors on Wednesday.

Michael Baca, one of the elector said in a statement that, "The Founding Fathers created the Electoral College as the last line of defense, and I think we must do all that we can to ensure that we have a reasonable Republican candidate who shares our American values."

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