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COMMUNIST ATTACKS, MANIPULATION AND RIGGING OF OUR 2020 U.S. ELECTIONS trending idea

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Origination: 2020-07-16 T09:00 UTC

Last Updated: 2020-08-15 T10:00 UTC

 

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Predicating the discussion of this subject matter, is an underlying vast fact pattern whereby communists have devastated the Globe with COVID-19 and are now escalating a broad range of other malicious activities. This article evaluates adverse communist activity... more »

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Put violent demonstrators on the No-Fly List trending idea

News has indicated many of the most violent demonstrators, including Antifa, are flying into certain cities to instigate violence and disrupt elections. Since they fly around the country, creating anarchy, put them on the No-Fly List. Put anybody arrested for violence on the list and certainly anybody convicted of street violence.

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Need to conduct national audit of all law enforcement agencies records - 3 strikes and you are OUT trending idea

DHS needs to conduct an independent audit of all law enforcement agencies, not just the police, and enter into a database ALL police shootings, beatings, and complaints. Any law enforcement officer with 3 complaints or inappropriate behavior needs to be terminated immediately! No Exceptions. All law enforcement personnel need to be put through rigorous psychological examinations and racial/sexual orientation bias exams.... more »

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Exemption for non-immigrant visas to covid related travel ban. trending idea

Current holders of valid non-immigrant visas who were outside of the US when the travel ban came into effect, on March 13 2020, are currently not allowed to return to the US. These individuals were considered, by the US government, sufficiently useful to the US economy to have been granted permission to work and live in the US for a short term, time limited period. The travel ban leaves them cut-off from their homes,... more »

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DHS/FEMA Disaster Housing trending idea

DHS/FEMA should use flexible, foldable, affordable, easy to assemble and move prefabricated units similar to those designed by the company Boxabl. These modular pre-fab units can be used as disaster housing units at a lower cost with faster setup time than MHUs currently used by FEMA. Along with providing more economical housing for disaster survivors, these units can be utilized as Responder housing and Incident Command... more »

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ID on cellphones trending idea

We need to demand ID on cellphones
The prime minister of canada said he will use it to track the virus
We need it to track terrorist
Theres more terrorist then people where i live
They are covering their face and wearing sun glasses to say its the virus.when they are terrorist and everyone pretending they aren't are terrorist supporters
We must demand everyone has ID on cellphones
We don't need to track the virus
We need... more »

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Standardized ISP router password prefixes are making things very insecure trending idea

without getting into details ..

Most all of the major ISPs are using standardized password prefixes for their customers, and in the majority of cases these do not get changed.

This makes it very easy, for bruteforce lists to be created, that common available tools can make use of to compromise networks.

These tools are widely available, and free on the internet for children.

If ISP's are not forced to stop standardizing... more »

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China Espionage in Universities trending idea

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Most people are not aware that China reportedly sends “STUDENTS” to the U.S. to OVERTLY participate in various educational courses, and COVERTLY their main purpose is to participate in stealing research and trade secrets. Other individuals could participate in espionage over a longer period of time. There are many fields that may be the targets of Chinese espionage at Universities, below I will give a very... more »

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VOTER VALIDATION FINGERPRINT READER, IRIS SCAN, OR TAKE A PICTURE trending idea

PURPOSE: Consider biometric scanners in voting centers.
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CAPABILITY:
DHS has an Office of Biometric Identity Management (since 2013) that could (potentially) be used for the purpose of validating voting.
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PUBLIC WILLINGNESS:
I would be perfectly willing to have my fingerprint read prior to voting (or iris scanned or picture taken in the alternative). I cannot think of any reason to be adverse to this, unless you... more »

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Mail in ballots should be nationalized along with having a bi-partisan watchdog group in every district for oversight.

Given the current status of Covid-19 and the absolute need to continue social distancing for the next several months if not years, going to a nationwide system of mail-in ballots along with automatic voter registration for anyone born in or naturalized in the USA would make for much fairer elections, especially for those who can't take time off work to stand in line for hours to vote. A bipartisan citizen oversight council... more »

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Controlling rioters

Provide Federal agents with paintball guns to use against the rioters. Infuse the paintballs with poison ivy. Not only will they be marked so they can be identified but also made to suffer the itch and discomfort that will discourage them from returning.

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Effective Alternatives in Riot Condition

In the last six months we have all seen a number of major incidents in US cities with fires, looting and injury caused by rioters. Standard procedures so far to quell riots include an array of 'non-lethal' munitions, tear-gas, and so on. Due to the unruliness of the crowd there is still an opportunity for both rioters, police, and DHS personnel to be injured.

I happened to be stationed in Berlin during heavy rioting,... more »

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Secure Mail in Ballot System

To improve upon the security of the mail-in ballot involves the creation of several secure database repositories and the verification infrastructure to valid/count votes quickly.

1. Upon any death in any state, the identity of the deceased must be logged into a secure statewide database that feeds a secure federal database.

2. Each voter must have scanned into a statewide database a signature. This signature will feed... more »

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Prevent Employment Identity Theft

Imagine you get notified when someone applies for employment using your identity. This is similar to the credit bureaus' fraud alert. This enables you to be proactive before someone racks up a huge IRS bill and will help stop employment related identity theft.

If someone gets ahold of your name, social security number, and date of birth, they will pass e-verify and could get a job as if they were you. They will work... more »

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Get Serious About Stopping Riots By Using Technology

There are many techniques that have been developed by DOD and DHS for crowd control. These include intense sound waves, light and sound effects that cause disorientation and nausea, and a range of imaging/surveillance technologies.

This includes the ability to track the trajectory of projectiles back to their source and target illumination (high-intensity spot lights?) and video resources to that location. Drones, helicopters... more »

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