Author: Jhen Green
Date: May 15, 2019
in: Election 2019
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According to an IT expert, the VCM malfunctions were distractions for cheating

Information Technology (IT) expert said that the vote counting machine or VCM malfunctions were just distractions for cheating at the national level.

Facebook user Lia Torralba shared the thoughts of the IT expert regarding the result of the 2019 midterm elections that happened last May 13.

It was said that anything is possible technically and that the IT expert has been asked to do anything using technology.

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Photo source: ABS-CBN

In addition, this kind of situation is just a “matter of business acceptance of cost, effort, risk, and result”, according to the post.

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For IT expert, the rigging happened at the backend. This means, according to the post, “at the vote consolidation programs and not the vote counting programs and machines.”

The IT expert directly said that the VCM malfunctions that happened in so many precincts were just distractions. The post also stressed out that these distractions were used for cheating at the national level.

To prove the point, the post stated that “Dennis Uy scrambled to buy local IT company TIM late last year.”

Smartmatic, the provider of automated voting and vote counting system, has a partnership with TIM. The post added that the servers of the Commission on Elections are housed in one of the data centers of TIM.

“Just connect the dots and there you go,” the post stated.

screen shot from Lia Torralba FB

In the comment section, FB user Fred Santos shared the “additional information from the IT expert”.

screen shot from Lia Torralba FB

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