An anti-Trump election software scam
An anti-“Trump” election software company has been targeting Americans with fake software for the past two years.
In a recent article, Buzzfeed News reported that the company is using software designed to allow voters to register to vote and make fraudulent claims.
The company’s founder is a former Trump campaign employee, and the software company says it’s been using the same software for nearly three years.
Buzzfeed News says it has obtained screenshots from the company’s website of the software, and says it is also using the software to assist in voter registration efforts.
Buzzfeed says the software will let users make “voter fraud claims.”
The company says that the claims can be used to register a person to vote, change their address, and create fake social media accounts.
BuzzFeed News says the fake software is being used by the Democratic National Committee and the Democratic Governors Association to target American voters.
BuzzFeed News also says it obtained an e-mail from the Democratic Governor’s Association asking for donations to support the anti-voter software company.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.