1. Lucas D
    September 1, 2016 @ 10:28 pm

    Lol scary? I hope its not spooky too

  2. FeelZe Bern
    September 1, 2016 @ 10:40 pm

    Blockchain technology can fix this. Fix it forever. No one will ever
    question if voting systems are hacked or tampered with.

  3. cholay bhature
    September 1, 2016 @ 10:52 pm

    Cenk,quite honestly it is donald trumps instigation.This is what is giving
    trump all that confidence.Remember when he called for russia to release
    Hillary’s hacked email.Trump and his goons like manafort ,michael savage
    etc are all evil.

  4. Telly Vin-a
    September 1, 2016 @ 11:01 pm


  5. Brad Scott
    September 1, 2016 @ 11:02 pm

    . We have all the evidence we need already that the entire system
    is corrupt. Vote every incumbent out in November, and next year, and the
    year after that until they are all replaced. Every last one.

  6. David McCall
    September 1, 2016 @ 11:06 pm

    Ha, the toad finds a way to put it on Trump. They got Bernie’s list. But
    it’s not the hag’n’bill. Nope.

  7. David McCall
    September 1, 2016 @ 11:10 pm

    Cenk begs outsiders to take control of the system. Brilliant plan, Cenk.
    Have a spoon of bacon grease.

  8. Momo Pnano
    September 1, 2016 @ 11:14 pm


  9. H. Winchester Lyon
    September 1, 2016 @ 11:32 pm

    I honestly believe that if there’s any election fraud, it will not be from
    hackers via the internet. It will be by people with direct access to the
    machines and knows the process.

    Also, I see absolutely no reason for any voting machine to ever need go on
    the internet. And finally, they should immediately discontinue the use of
    the touch screen paperless voting machines. Election watch organizations
    have been asking them to discontinue the use of them since the 2000

    According to researchers working with these organizations, a simple worm on
    these machines can flip votes for the one it is cheating for. It flips the
    votes because if the number of total votes doesn’t match the registration
    tallies of the precincts it will be obvious something’s wrong. So, they
    flip the votes to keep the total votes intact. Without paper ballots to
    back up the tabulated results, there’s just no way of cross checking

    BTW, in the Dems primaries, this was the issue that caused the exit polls
    to get thrown off completely. It was curious that the exit polls for
    precincts that uses these machines are way over the margin of error in
    favour of Hillary. Almost all other places matches up reasonably. The
    places that doesn’t match up, but did use these machines, it is discovered
    that ballots are tossed and in some cases whiteout is used on the ballots…

    But, CNN, the other mainstream medias and the DNC says nothing happened and
    so no one bothered to look… I wonder if they would’ve thought the same if
    Hillary had lost?

  10. Jets
    September 1, 2016 @ 11:35 pm

    They just getting set to Rig for Hillary. Just getting everyone ready.
    Every Rally Trump has, Has Thousand show up, any state anywhere. Hillary
    can not fill a School gymnasium . He got them scared as fk, Even Cenk……

  11. arkatub
    September 1, 2016 @ 11:47 pm

    bitcoin: a live list of activity is published, this list can
    be downloaded and stored locally, as the live list is updated it can
    be checked against the previously stored data, any tampering would be
    obvious, only new data needs to be verified.

  12. Therrydicule
    September 2, 2016 @ 12:25 am

    So, here is your new president: Hulk Hogan by write in.

  13. Garnet K
    September 2, 2016 @ 1:07 am

    well holy , how many times has the US of A ed with someone else
    elections, now the shoe is on the other foot it doesn’t seem right now does

  14. aleeyh69
    September 2, 2016 @ 1:14 am

    Why didn’t u cover this during primary!?

  15. Ray Haworth
    September 2, 2016 @ 2:29 am

    what about the DNC RIGGING the primary? this is the New world order, right?

  16. robert talley
    September 2, 2016 @ 4:51 am

    Trump 2016

  17. Elizabeth Ferrari
    September 2, 2016 @ 5:54 am

    Please, guys. We saw with our own eyes how the voter rolls were messed with
    from Hawai’i to Arizona to Illinois to New York to Puerto Rico. You think
    there might be a problem with digital voter rolls. It’s not more concerning
    when the FBI says it, let alone when they hype a fake Russian threat. This
    is the same FBI that chased the wrong guy for Amerithrax for years and
    destroyed his life, the same FBI whose case against Bruce Ivins fell apart
    so completely they had to bury the story. The same FBI who uses the
    mentally ill to stage fake “terror” plots. You trust them more than your
    lying eyes? I don’t.

  18. MissKimSinger
    September 2, 2016 @ 8:38 am

    6:45 I’m fairly sure America does use violence whenever it wants to/feels
    scared/wants change/wants it for themselves.

  19. M Valle
    September 2, 2016 @ 11:37 am

    no one should buy this given the many issues in the primaries between
    Bernie and Clinton; who in the hell would believe this is truly happening
    from foreign countries; this sounds like an excuse to access the voting
    machines to throw the election with less transparency and secure a Clinton
    presidency; there is no democracy to undermine, this will be a
    theft of the presidency

  20. Fearless One
    September 2, 2016 @ 12:27 pm

    yes. but. how do they know they r foreign hackers?? thats the dumb
    propaganda bs. no way to tell. ppl use VPN. u can pick any country u want
    to show from. also. hacking wouldnt matter if ppl would keep their personal
    offline. there is the option of doing ur own due diligence and
    learning the equipment u use daily. no excuse not to use vpn, tor, or be
    secure online.

  21. Kev Holland
    September 2, 2016 @ 1:28 pm

    it’s fsociety

  22. Derrick Minor
    September 2, 2016 @ 7:52 pm

    Why does that title seem so condescending??

  23. rodrigo jonas
    September 2, 2016 @ 9:57 pm

    Like USA doesn’t hack other countries politics. They do it every time in
    the middle east and any less powerful country

  24. Raoul Duke
    September 2, 2016 @ 11:17 pm

    Hackers are “rigging the election”…by exposing DNC political corruption.
    In other words, by informing the electorate. Ok.

  25. Fukk nwo
    September 2, 2016 @ 11:41 pm


  26. Bill Orights
    September 3, 2016 @ 12:10 am

    It will be a inside job by the Obama appointed DHS Jay Johnson that thinks
    they should be in charge of the voting system. Democratic thug’s.

  27. Benjamin Hughes
    September 3, 2016 @ 1:20 am

    The Russians engaged in targeted voter suppression of likely Bernie Sanders
    voters during the Democratic Primary. The Russians did this!


  28. Benjamin Hughes
    September 3, 2016 @ 1:26 am

    The United Kingdom EU Referendum was conducted on hand-counted paper
    ballots. The Russians were not able to hack into those elections! The
    Russians mischievous plans failed in those elections! Why do the Russians
    only succeed in hacking into American elections? Why do those evil Russians
    always come to curse American democracy?


  29. davlor86
    September 3, 2016 @ 6:53 am

    this is scary

  30. Kenny5k
    September 3, 2016 @ 7:00 am

    Can we all just riot in D.C. until Clinton drops out the race? Enough
    cheating has already occurred.

  31. richard karena
    September 3, 2016 @ 9:23 am

    it was iceland that did the hacking oooo hold on it may have being fiji
    oooo hold on it is putin thats it hillary has just told me its putin man am
    i glad someone told me man this guy should go get a real job

  32. jd111222
    September 3, 2016 @ 5:25 pm

    I guess trump was right that the election may be rigged against trump and
    TYT will be issuing a retraction.

  33. drew vader
    September 3, 2016 @ 9:50 pm

    It’s not Russia people. Russia hacked emails not databases

  34. Windrake101
    September 3, 2016 @ 10:03 pm

    Soooo your saying Hillary’s nomination is illigitament, and Bernie is the
    real democratic nomination?

  35. Adam Finkle
    September 4, 2016 @ 2:44 am

    This is why people don’t want to vote for either of them, well one of the
    many reasons. Its like do our votes even matter anymore?

  36. Patrick Stancil
    September 4, 2016 @ 3:29 am

    Here we go…Obama will ram through federal control very soon. They will
    not relinquish power to Trump. And Hillary WILL NOT debate Trump. She will
    say he’s racist and she will not give a racist a platform. She will be the
    first nominee in history to bypass the debates. And CNN , ABC. CBS, and
    MSNBC will applaud her. That will be her play…mark my words.

  37. Sarah Connor
    September 4, 2016 @ 7:57 am

    In North Korea, during election time. There are actually 2 voting booths.
    One to vote FOR kim yung un – and one to vote for ” someone else ” ; nobody
    dares to take the ” someone else ” booth, because officials are watching
    you. I suspect behind the door for the ” someone else ” you get triggered
    into a snake pit or some .

  38. Justin Canadien
    September 4, 2016 @ 10:40 am

    America should just postpone the election until you guys get your sh?t
    together! ??????

  39. Carlotta H
    September 4, 2016 @ 11:56 am

    March 3, 2016: The FBI has the computer security logs from Clinton’s
    private email server, and they allegedly show no evidence of foreign
    The logs were given to the FBI by Bryan Pagliano, a Clinton aide who is
    cooperating with the FBI and who managed Clinton’s server during the time
    she was secretary of state. However, sophisticated hacking attempts
    sometimes leave no evidence in the security logs. (The New York Times,

    Additionally, cybersecurity expert Morgan Wright will later suggest the
    server may not have had an adequate detection system. “If you have a bank
    and you have one video camera when you need 20, then you missed it. If they
    weren’t capturing all the activity, their security logs may say they didn’t
    see anything.” (Fox News, 5/7/2016)

    In May 2016, it will emerge that there were hacking attempts on the server
    during the time Pagliano was managing it, for instance in January 2011.
    It’s not clear why these attacks didn’t appear on the server logs or why
    previous media reports of the logs were incorrect. (US Department of State,

    Also, it appears there were hacking attempts on the server after June 2013,
    when Pagliano was no longer involved, but when all of Clinton’s emails were
    still on the server. (The Associated Press, 10/7/2015)

    January 9, 2011–January 10, 2011: Clinton’s private server is shut down
    after an apparent hacking attack.
    Justin Cooper is a former advisor to President Clinton who provides
    technical support to Clinton’s private email server. On January 9, 2011, he
    emails Clinton’s deputy chief of staff, Huma Abedin, that he had to shut
    the server down because he believes “someone was trying to hack us and
    while they did not get in I didn’t want to let them have the chance to.”
    Later in the day, Cooper emails Abedin to warn her, “We were attacked again
    so I shut [the server] down for a few min [minutes].”

    On January 10, Abedin emails Clinton’s chief of staff, Cheryl Mills, and
    another Clinton aide and tells them not to email “anything sensitive” to
    Clinton, and says she can “explain more in person.”

    Department policy requires employees to report suspicious cybersecurity
    incidents to security officials. However, a 2016 State Department inspector
    general’s investigative report will find no evidence that Clinton or her
    staff reported this incident to anyone else within the department. (US
    Department of State, 5/25/2016)

    May 13–14, 2011: Clinton appears to be the target of two hacking attacks,
    but fails to notify security about them.
    Two members of Clinton’s immediate staff discuss in emails Clinton’s
    concern that someone has been “hacking into her email” after she received
    an email with a suspicious link. Several hours later, Clinton receives an
    email from the personal account of Under Secretary of State for Political
    Affairs William Joseph Burns that also has a link to a suspect website.

    The next day, Clinton emails Burns: “Is this really from you? I was worried
    about opening it!” Department policy requires employees to report
    suspicious cybersecurity incidents to security officials. However, a 2016
    State Department inspector general’s investigative report will find no
    evidence that Clinton or her staff reports this incident to anyone else
    within the department. It is unknown if either hacking attack is
    successful, since the incidents were not investigated at the time. (US
    Department of State, 5/25/2016)

    In March 2011, a State Department security official warned Clinton and
    others that there was a dramatic increase in attempts “to compromise the
    private home email accounts of senior Department officials. […]
    Specifically, the actors are sending cleverly forged emails to victims’
    private web-based accounts… These ‘spear phishing’ messages appear to be
    sent by US government officials but are designed to trick recipients into
    activating embedded malicious code by clicking on an attachment or link.
    […] We urge Department users to minimize the use of personal web email for
    business…” (US Department of State, 11/5/2015) Despite such warnings and
    incidents, Clinton continues to exclusively use a private email address for
    all her work and personal emails.

    Late June 2013—October 2013: During this time, it appears that Clinton’s
    private server is wide open to hacking attempts.
    On May 31, 2013, maintenance of the server was taken over by a small
    Colorado-based company called Platte River Networks, and the server is sent
    to a data center in New Jersey. Platte River Networks (PRN) then pays to
    use threat monitoring software called CloudJacket SMB made by a company
    named SECNAP. SECNAP claims the software can foil “even the most determined

    Around June 30, 2013, PRN transfers all the email accounts frrom the old
    server to the new one. However, the new software doesn’t begin working
    until October 2013, apparently leaving the server vulnerable. It is known
    that the server is repeatedly attacked by hackers in the months from
    October 2013 on, but it is unknown if any attacks occur when the software
    is not yet installed. (The Associated Press, 10/7/2015)

    An FBI report will later obliquely confirm this by mentioning that when the
    new server is set up in June 2013, all the hardware is built up at the
    time, except for an “intrusion detection device” which has to be added
    later after it gets shipped to the server location. (Federal Bureau of
    Investigation, 9/2/2016)

    Justin Harvey, chief security officer of a cybersecurity company, will
    later comment that Clinton “essentially circumvented millions of dollars’
    worth of cybersecurity investment that the federal government puts within
    the State Department. […] She wouldn’t have had the infrastructure to
    detect or respond to cyber attacks from a nation-state. Those attacks are
    incredibly sophisticated, and very hard to detect and contain. And if you
    have a private server, it’s very likely that you would be compromised.”
    (The Associated Press, 10/7/2015)

    In March 2013, a Romanian hacker nicknamed Guccifer discovered Clinton’s
    private email address and the exact address was published in the media,
    which would have left the server especially vulnerable in the months after.

    March 18, 2015: Clinton’s private server was not protected against hackers
    who might impersonate her identity.
    Bloomberg News reports, “According to publicly available information,
    whoever administrated [Clinton’s private server] didn’t enable what’s
    called a Sender Policy Framework, or SPF, a simple setting that would
    prevent hackers sending emails that appear to be from clintonemail.com. SPF
    is a basic and highly recommended security precaution for people who set up
    their own servers.”

    Bob Gourley, who was the chief technology officer at the DIA [Defense
    Intelligence Agency] and is the founder of his own cybersecurity consulting
    firm, says: “If [an SPF] was not in use, [hackers] could send an email that
    looks like it comes from her to, say, the ambassador of France that says,
    ‘leave the back door open to the residence a package is coming.’ Or a
    malicious person could send an email to a foreign dignitary meant to cause
    an international incident or confuse US foreign policy.” This also would
    have made it easy for hackers to launch “spear phishing” attacks from
    Clinton’s account. Other government officials could have thought they were
    getting a real email from Clinton and then be tricked into having their own
    accounts breached.

    Clinton’s spokesperson claims there is no evidence her account was ever
    successfully exploited in this manner. But Bloomberg News points out, “The
    problem with such confidence is that if hackers exploited the SPF
    vulnerability, Clinton’s office would likely never have known her domain
    name…was being used surreptitiously.” (Bloomberg News, 3/18/2015)

    October 13, 2015: Clinton’s private server was especially vulnerable to
    hacker attacks.
    The Associated Press reports that “The private email server running in
    [Clinton’s] home basement when she was secretary of state was connected to
    the Internet in ways that made it more vulnerable to hackers, according to
    data and documents reviewed by the Associated Press. […] Experts said the
    Microsoft remote desktop service [used on the server] wasn’t intended for
    such use without additional protective measures, and was the subject of US
    government and industry warnings at the time over attacks from even
    low-skilled intruders.” (The Associated Press, 10/13/2015)

    One anonymous senior National Security Agency (NSA) official comments after
    reading the Associated Press report, “Were they drunk? Anybody could have
    been inside that server—anybody.” (The New York Observer, 10/19/2015)

    February 24, 2016: Former CIA Director Michael Hayden suggests that
    Clinton’s private server was almost certainly hacked by foreign governments.
    Hayden is the only person ever to head both the National Security Agency
    (NSA) and the CIA. He says, “I would lose all respect for a whole bunch of
    foreign intelligence agencies if they weren’t sitting back, paging through
    the emails” of Clinton.

    He adds, “Once you’ve set it up [as she did], nobody has to be stupid,
    lazy, unintelligent—it’s gone bad. You’re going to end up with information
    on this private server that just shouldn’t be there, let alone all the
    questions about preserving government records. […] How much energy would I
    expend if I were still director of the National Security Agency and someone
    told me I could get access to the unclassified email server of [Russian
    Foreign Minister] Sergei Lavrov? I’d move heaven and Earth to do that. And
    here you’ve got these private, intimate conversations by a senior official
    of the US government sitting out there in what I would call an unprotected

    Hayden was appointed head of the NSA by President Bill Clinton and then
    head of the CIA by President George W. Bush. (USA Today, 2/24/2016)


  40. fkujakedmyname
    September 4, 2016 @ 2:58 pm

    um first doubt was foreign hackers probably americans who want to expose
    hitlerys election fraud especially if arizona was a target

  41. ex-NFL fan
    September 5, 2016 @ 12:51 am

    If there’s any hacking going on, it will be done by Hillary and her
    operatives. Stealing the election in November, will be the only way
    Hillary can ‘win’.

  42. David Roberts
    September 5, 2016 @ 6:26 pm

    Hillary’s supporters have already hacked the nomination. They rig the game
    and should not be trusted even when “elected”.

  43. MirrorSpiritus
    September 7, 2016 @ 11:31 am

    We’re all seriously ed.

  44. N Vannote
    September 7, 2016 @ 8:45 pm

    If you think Trump said “it’s rigged” for any reason other than hedging his
    bets you’re very gullible.

  45. Bruce Marmy
    September 8, 2016 @ 2:32 am

    Pistols at twenty paces, for president and same for vice president. Weeds
    out the near sighted.

  46. LosRioDelMar
    September 8, 2016 @ 8:02 am

    there worried about voter hacks and it’s rigged anyway

  47. Anti Religion
    September 11, 2016 @ 8:57 pm

    This could be greatly improved by doing the voting on paper.
    In any case the US is less vulnerable to voting fraud because you’d have to
    guess the states where it makes a difference.
    They’re doing this to whip up fear so people will accept homeland security
    taking over the voting:

    This will only allow for more voting fraud by the establishment.

  48. shsummers
    September 12, 2016 @ 8:56 pm

    Why talk about who did the hacking? We’ll never get a straight answer from
    the government anyway. The important part of the story has to do with the
    emails that were released showing *criminal collusion* between the DNC and
    the HRC campaign…this should be shouted from the rooftops.

  49. Kristine Belanger
    September 14, 2016 @ 3:05 am

    This is so tiring and I’m so tired of being treated like I’m an idiot.
    These systems have ALREADY been hacked. That’s how Bernie lost! Now it’s
    the Russians?!? Why don’t we go back to PAPER BALLOTS?!?! More propaganda.
    Shame on TYT for taking this up. Unsubscribed.

  50. bassoonrox
    September 18, 2016 @ 6:21 pm

    “Common sense” – not many people have common sense anymore, across all
    political lines >.>