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The article above is from Breitbart News.
The article below is from Forbes.
Free enterprise software is being used to manipulate U.S. elections.
It is the software of the future.
The software of our democracy.
The new software, Free Enterprise Software (FES), is the political equivalent of the new version of Microsoft Windows.
The new software will enable millions of Americans to vote in November and become the next wave of digital power.
Free Enterprise is the name of the software and it will soon be available to anyone with a computer, tablet, or smartphone.
It is a perfect storm for the corporate elite and for the billionaire class.
The latest news on the election cycle is the new software.
It allows voters to take their voting record and compare it with other voters, allowing voters to cast their ballots as efficiently as possible.
It also allows candidates to campaign using a platform called “Pepsi” that enables them to tap into millions of people’s voting records.
The candidate who wins the election is the candidate with the most votes cast.
A new software has been added to the list of voting machines that will be used in November: The Free Enterprise Voting Software (Pepco) (the “PEP”) or the “PES” (the free software) platform.
The PEP is a voting system developed by the U.K.-based company, which was acquired by the billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch in a $13.7 billion merger in 2015.
PEP software was originally designed to help companies vote on their corporate taxes.
The Kochs, who own Koch Industries, are the owners of the Koch brothers and the Mercers, who have given over $100 million to Koch Industries.
It was not a surprise when the Kochs decided to purchase the company.
The Kochs have given hundreds of millions of dollars to the Koch network in the past.
They have also donated over $1 billion to the U to fight climate change, and are behind the fight to defund Planned Parenthood.
The newly installed software has two distinct modes of operation: PEP and PES.
The PEP program is designed for election systems that use electronic voting machines and uses an electronic ballot.
The software allows users to compare their voter records with other registered voters.
The results of the comparison are then used to select a candidate.
The voter is then asked to verify their votes by using a computer or tablet or phone.
This process is not difficult, and the software allows for the voter to be verified and verify their identity.
The computer system then produces a paper ballot, which is used to vote.
Pep is also used for electronic voting systems that rely on paper ballots, in which voters vote for candidates on a paper or electronic ballot, but do not have to use a computer.
It requires a physical ballot, and it does not allow for a computer-generated ballot to be used.
Electronic voting systems use a software system called “Electronic Ballot Software,” which allows voters, either by voting themselves or by using an electronic device, to cast a ballot.
In PEP, for example, a voter may simply choose from a list of candidates and then select a name, such as “Joe Biden,” “Hillary Clinton,” or “Bernie Sanders.”
The voter then has the option of either casting a blank or filling out a ballot that contains a signature.
In the case of blank ballots, a signature is needed to cast the vote, which means the voter cannot have an ID, which makes it impossible to verify the voter’s identity.
In PES, a candidate can be elected by simply submitting a blank ballot, using a paper-based ballot or using an actual ballot.
A voter has the opportunity to verify his or her vote by entering his or she name, date of birth, address, Social Security number, and political affiliation.
The signature is verified by the voter, who then presents the ballot to a computer and votes on the voter.PEP and ES have been used for elections since 1992.
But the latest software was added in November of last year.
The latest software will be available in November.PES is a very large program, and is much more expensive than PEP.
According to the PEP website, the PES system is the “most sophisticated and efficient election software in the world.”
It costs about $10,000 to use.
Perez, who is running for Senate in California, told Breitbart News in a statement that the Koch’s “pioneering investments in the technology behind PEP” has allowed the Koch “to invest billions of dollars in developing new, advanced voting technologies to enable voters to have greater confidence in their vote, especially in the critical swing states of California, New York, and Florida.”
He added that PEP technology is used in elections for every major state, including Florida, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.
Pew Research Center reported in November that PES has become the second