You can’t make this stuff up.
Not only were the election systems used in Georgia in the 2020 Election not secure to the point where a bad actor could hack into them and flip an election, the state knew that the machines didn’t comply with Georgia law when they were purchased.
We’ve reported numerous times that audit results of the Dominion voting systems used in the 2020 Election in Georgia showed that the election systems weren’t secure and that bad actors could hack into the systems and change the results of an election.
Per an audit of the Dominion systems used in Georgia, the systems were determined to not be secure. Bad actors could hack into them and flip an election. In the corporate world these systems never would have been put in production but in Georgia they were just fine.
The processes surrounding the 2020 Election were a mess as well. Ballots were counted after hours behind closed doors with no observers present and support for 140,000 votes counted in the election is still held up in the courts.
Now we find out that the state of Georgia knew that the Dominion Voting systems used in the state violated state law but they were purchased anyways.
Here is a letter from a cybersecurity firm that warned legislatures that the machines they were going to purchase violated state law.
page 2 (see the second to last paragraph in blue):
Below is the related tweet:
An election cyber security firm in Palo Alto, CA warned both legislators and Raffensperger in 2019 that Dominion produces a paper ballot with a QR Code that violates GA law aka HB316 that requires voters be able to validate their ballot.
They knew… pic.twitter.com/SUrccZVvrQ
— Debbie Dooley (@Crimsontider) January 5, 2024
The corrupt actors behind the 2020 Election steal knew that the machines they were using did not comply with state law and yet they purchased them and used them anyways.