Man, are you as sick of hearing about fraudulent elections as I am of talking about them?

Unfortunately, with so many questions left unanswered by our own federal government over the 2020 election, we’re sort of stuck in a loop until we figure out a way to better protect our democracy.

Because, let’s be honest, the Left worked the system perfectly to their advantage.

They either found a workaround for getting lazy voters to the poll, or they figured out that the best way to win the election was to just cheat and stuffed the ballot boxes to ensure a win for Biden.

Either way, they won the 2020 Presidential race, and they’re now sitting firmly in control of each and every branch of the federal government.

However, that being said, there are a lot of questions left in the wake of Biden’s “win,” and many people are wondering if there is a way to make our elections more secure.

Now, short of identifying each and every person that votes—votes in person—there really hasn’t been a technological advancement that could ensure security…until now.

The Future Of Voting

While some “experts” suggested that we tie voter ID to cell phone numbers (again, if people can afford a cell phone, they can get an actual ID), the idea still conjures up questions about safety and security.

So, people have been looking for answers—and we may have gotten the solution to that problem, with India acting as the guinea pig.

Right now, India is experimenting with blockchain technology for its voting process that could soon give voters the most secure way to vote ever.

India’s Chief Election Commissioner, Sunil Arora, revealed that dry runs are being conducted with voters using this cutting-edge technology and that early trials were to be launched in the very near future.

This is promising because blockchain is one of the most secure systems on the planet right now.

Virtually unhackable, blockchain technology is what has brought so much attention to cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, and why so many people are investing so much into the innovation.

It also offers a high potential for security going forward.

India’s Election Commission worked alongside researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology Madras in creating a secure way to verify identities and allow citizens to vote from the most remote regions of the country, and even beyond. Sunil Arora confirmed that the endgame of adopting blockchain for their voting process would give even Indians living abroad the chance to be a part of the elections as well.

It all comes down to being able to accurately identify just who is doing the voting.

Identification Is KEY To Voter Security

The technology would ensure that each voter gets a personalized e-ballot paper generated by the system ONLY after a voter’s identity has been verified.

This will give ALL parties involved a real-time and accurate count of just who is voting, and for which candidates they’re voting, as explained by former Senior Deputy Election Commissioner, Sandeep Saxena, who unveiled the process. “After a voter’s identity is established by the system, a blockchain-enabled personalized e-ballot paper will be generated. When the vote is cast, the ballot will be securely encrypted and a blockchain hashtag generated. This hashtag notification will be sent to various stakeholders, in this case the candidates and political parties.”

As of right now, all eyes are on India…

The success of this technology could mean BIG changes for all elections, worldwide, as both sides will be able to keep track of AND verify that the votes that are coming in from the proper sources.

It’s something that America could have used in 2020, because, right now, nobody seems to be trusting the system.

Is it the future?

Only time will tell…

But it’ll be nice being able to trust the process again instead of wondering how the other side got away with so much fraud.

Welcome to the 21st Century, folks…


“Blockchain is moving beyond cryptocurrency, and it’s worth paying attention – especially since successful prototypes show that blockchain, also known as distributed ledger technology, will be transformative.” – Julie Sweet

Editor’s Note: Do you have questions about the election? Of course, you do…and even though the Left wouldn’t admit it, so do they. As a country, we should be doing everything we can to protect our Democratic process… which is why people are saying THIS innovation could be the future. Follow this link to get the whole story on the opportunities that lie before us.