Just days before the election Georgia Secretary or State’s office accuses Democratic party of attempting to hack the voter registration system.

By |2018-11-04T08:37:33-08:00November 5th, 2018|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , , |5 Comments

Keep in mind that the Georgia Secretary of State also happens to the man running against the Democrat in the gubernatorial race. 

Courtesy of AJC:

Just two days before the election, Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp’s office launched an investigation Sunday into the Democratic Party after an alleged attempt to hack the state’s voter registration system.

Kemp, who is the Republican candidate for governor on Tuesday’s ballot, didn’t provide any evidence of hacking when his office announced the probe. He faces Democrat Stacey Abrams in the election.

The Democratic Party of Georgia called the allegation “100 percent false” and “an abuse of power” by Kemp’s office.

A computer scientist and an attorney suing Kemp said his office’s accusation of hacking is a distraction from a report that voter information is vulnerable on the state’s registration website. The Secretary of State’s Office said the system remains secure and voter information wasn’t breached.

Wow! This is not only incredibly desperate but also incredibly clumsy. 

Does Brian Kemp really think that this ploy is not going to be obvious to everybody who hears about it? 

Hell even the Trump supporters who he is relying on to help him win the race, are probably smart enough to see right through this. 

And that is really giving them a lot of credit. 

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  1. HELL-O November 5, 2018 at 7:43 am

    The Washington Examiner’s Twitter feed was hacked and a tweet was posted that did not come from our staff. We are taking appropriate action and will issue a further statement if necessary.
    3:29 AM – Nov 5, 2018



  2. Not FAIR November 5, 2018 at 7:47 am

    Kobach was in charge of the Trump administration’s election-fraud commission which was disbanded when they found no evidence of election fraud in the 2016 elections.


  3. anonymous November 5, 2018 at 8:40 am


    “Kemp has been one of the few state election officials to refuse help from the federal Department of Homeland Security to deter foreign and domestic hacking of voter registration databases. After computer scientists demonstrated the insecurity of the state’s voting system, he was sued for having perhaps the most vulnerable election system in the country. His office has been plausibly accused of destroying evidence, which would have helped to prove the vulnerabilities of the state election system.
    “This is some banana republic stuff.”

    • Anonymous November 10, 2018 at 7:26 pm

      Georgia is another. Like Kobach, Kemp is also running for Governor AND in charge of elections. Boy, the Republicans don’t even try to hide their corruption any more. Georgia was also informed that their system is vulnerable and did nothing and refused help. Then when the Democrats pointed it out, they were accused of hacking.

      Kemp is the Robert Mugabe of Georgia and Georgia is the American Zimbabwe.

  4. Anonymous November 5, 2018 at 2:57 pm

    If anyone is hacking Georgia it’s the Russians. We all know the Trump adminsitration left all of our electoral system vulnerable to hackers because they refused to do anything about a problem they refuse to acknowledge.

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