Any system of collecting data must be auditable. Any accountant or bookkeeper from Bangkok to Santiago knows this. But some election officials (and supposed voting rights groups) in the U.S. are either too corrupt or too incompetent to understand this most basic principle of data collection.
It is for this well-documented reason that I request observers to watch our elections: to examine the software (including the firm ware) that runs these systems, and to make sure that the vote totals are not tampered with, and to report any voting that is not secure or auditable.
There are several organizations in the US involved in voting integrity that would support and help such an effort. The National Ballot Integrity Project is one. I would be happy to send you a list
In the meantime, I suggest that you look at blackboxvoting.org for details.
The results in the US have a profound effect on the lives and well-being of people throughout the world. That is why it is incumbent upon the UN to be mindful of election fraud in the US, which has already resulted in systematic torture, and in the loss of tens of thousands of lives worldwide, and continues to do so.
As you know, the people directing these crimes are not our legitimate representatives. Please help us to make our elections fair and open.
I invite anyone at the UN on to my radio program to discuss these ideas.